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425251Note: I tried at a different dealer to get an Anniv. ed.(31,920 MSRP) but they wouldn't go lower the 380 month with 4000 down. So now I'm trying to get a basic model to keep the payments near $300 month. Thanks again for a great forum

One last question:

Can you lease cars from a dealer in a different state than I live in?

Stone

127 month lease

36 month lease

39 month lease

15,000 miles per year

rates and residuals offered by SFSC. Thanks in advance!

1First time leasing. I just left the dealership and wanted to see if they are giving me a good deal. the MSRP was 28,464 and the selling price was 24,600. With a 27 month lease and $1000 out the door (acquisition, 1st mo., dmv) and 15,000 mi/yr. the payment was $374/mo.

Also, they mentioned a safety lease ins of roughly $15/mo. additional. The salesman said this covers anything wrong with the car when returning ie. tires, brake rotors, door dings.

Thanks for the help.

1Got $310 a month for 27 and $2,400 down (includes sec., $500 cost cap., $800 in taxes, first month and acq.)

Hope this helps your haggling.

183One tells me 320/month 3500 down?!! for a base model

another tells me 2000 down 400/month!?!

One lady tells me the residual for 36 month lease is 59% and 27 month its 71% the 59% didn't make sense to me...

How the heck do I get a deal for 326 a month only 700 down like crzycool22?

I'm running my own numbers and am looking at the following ...

MSRP (base model 2.0 w/auto trans..thats it)

28,345

63% residual for 36 months

17,857

Figure I can get a fair sale price of..

27,400

which gives me a monthly dep payment of

256.07

lease rate 3.35 or .0014

money factor payment portion

63.36

Bottom line lease payment

328.43

6% pennsylvania sales tax (confused on this, do I multiply .06 * bottom line lease payment.. or do I take the negotiated sales price, multipy by .06 and divide by 36?

19.70 or 45.66 ????

Final cost per month with no cap contribution

348 or 373

which leaves me to put down what? first month, security, what else?

What do you guys think of my numbers.. what am I doing wrong.. how do I improve on this.

Help!!

319520Thanks!

301Anniversary, with roof and cold package. I think MSRP is about $31,920. 27 months, 18k miles, $1500 cash back to me, $499 a month.

81I'm thinking about a 36 month lease of a 2.0T, manual, Premium (17"), Cold, Moonroof, metallic paint. Invoice is $29,495. So...I'm thinking:

Sell Price: $29,800

Cap Cost: $29,800

Res Value (63%) $18,774

MF .00140

Payment (incl 6% tax)$415

Where does the additional cost for the mileage (.15/mile???) $3150 get factored?

Also...does it sound like an acceptable deal? Should I be able to do better in CT?

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38,515You do not have to lease your vehicle from a dealer in your home state, but you cannot avoid paying your home state's sales tax rate on it.

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5,5382018 430i Gran Coupe

195481202Based on supplier pricing, what should be the lease payments on a 2007 2.0T with auto and cold weather package, 36 months, 12K miles, $1000 down? What would the residuals be?

Thanks.

10Thanks,

Chris

19510I went to a Chevy dealer to look at a Tahoe for my wife and one dealer told me there were no special finance rates during an advertised sale (huh?)and any special rate could not be combined with GMS, total bull.

6Hope this helps.

631Saab 9-3 2.0T Sport Sedan, Automatic, Black (non-metallic), Cold Weather package

39 months

10,000 miles per year

3.35% rate

60% residual

Putting $2000 down to cover acquisition, security, 1st month, and then some cap cost reduction.

Payment comes out to $369 per month.

If we change the term from 39 months to 36 months, the payment goes up by about $7 per month. If we make it a 27 month lease, the pmt goes up by $18 per month.

Am I okay with the above deal???

Thanks for your help.

3MSRP 42165

SP 39495

27 mos 12k per year, int rate 5.7%, resid 73%. Lease payment w/o taxes and fees 499.59 per month. This is a 2.0 vert with the 60th anniv pkg and cold package.

Thanks for your help

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38,515Now let's take a look at this car's selling price. The model that you described probably has a spread of around $2,200 between its full MSRP and its dealer invoice price. That puts the selling price that you were quoted below invoice, which is an excellent deal.

The two main profit centers on leases look good to me. If you like the car, I personally don't see any reason not to go for it.

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195382The dealer is quoting 4.35% Interest Rate and 68% Residual. Is that correct, or is he tacking an extra point on the interest rate?

MSRP: $30495

Cap Cost: $28067

Tax, Acquisition fee, and registrations fees paid up front.

Bottom line - the dealer quotes $380.47/month but when I run the lease calculator it comes $360.56.

His number for the residual is $20271 which is 66.5% I assume that it is because of the extra depreciation due to the 5130 miles on the car to start. Is that correct?

Am I missing anything else?

Jim

2MSRP 30565

Cap Cost: 28067

Rate 3.35% (with a $400 security deposit. The 4.35% rate was without the deposit)

Residual: 20271 (68% reduced by existing miles @ $.10/mi )

Nothing down to reduce the cap cost, just tax, title, security deposit, acq fee and first month's payment. Monthly payment came to $359 and change.

We pick it up this afternoon.

Jim