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MF RV 2017 Honda Pilot Touring Lease

steph9178steph9178 Posts: 23
edited March 2017 in Honda
Can you give me the MF and RV for 2017 Honda Pilot Touring in Texas?

36/10
36/12

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,951
    steph9178 said:

    Can you give me the MF and RV for 2017 Honda Pilot Touring in Texas?

    36/10
    36/12

    .00210 MF and 60% (FWD) or 59% (AWD)

    No 10K mileage option from Honda

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  • nchonda1nchonda1 Posts: 2
    Apologies, but I'm new at this leasing thing. I'm looking at a 2017 Pilot in Winston Salem, NC, both a Touring and a Ex-L, both 2WD, both with sensing. 36 month lease, 12K miles per year. Am I right that the RV is the amount expected to be paid at the end of the lease and, whatever that % is, you can figure the dollar amount of the RV by multiplying the % times the MSRP? Or is times the sales price? Also, what is the significance/relevance of MF and how do you use it? Finally, what's the "cap cost" and how do you determine that. Many thanks in advance for responding to a novice.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,951
    nchonda1 said:

    Apologies, but I'm new at this leasing thing. I'm looking at a 2017 Pilot in Winston Salem, NC, both a Touring and a Ex-L, both 2WD, both with sensing. 36 month lease, 12K miles per year. Am I right that the RV is the amount expected to be paid at the end of the lease and, whatever that % is, you can figure the dollar amount of the RV by multiplying the % times the MSRP? Or is times the sales price? Also, what is the significance/relevance of MF and how do you use it? Finally, what's the "cap cost" and how do you determine that. Many thanks in advance for responding to a novice.

    Residual is the % of the MSRP (bottom line number of window sticker, including destination)

    MF is the number used to determine the "rent charge", or interest, paid during a lease.

    There is "gross" cap cost and "net" or "adjusted" cap cost - the latter number is important as that represents the negotiated selling price plus and taxes and fees you do not pay up front.

    Some good research material at the following link:

    https://www.edmunds.com/car-leasing/

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  • kaushalmkaushalm Posts: 12
    Honda Pilot touring AWD: What is the tier 1 Money factor and the residual on 10 & 12k miles for 36 months 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,951
    kaushalm said:

    Honda Pilot touring AWD: What is the tier 1 Money factor and the residual on 10 & 12k miles for 36 months 

    .00200 and 58% for 36/12

    No 10K allowance from Honda

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