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Jaguar F-Type SVR Lease questions

rsmith111rsmith111 Posts: 20
edited January 2018 in Jaguar
Hey guys,

Whats the RV and MF on a 2017 SVR Convertible?

33/10
36/10

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  • also is there a 7500 mile option? if so

    33/7500
    36/7500
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,854
    rsmith111 said:

    Hey guys,

    Whats the RV and MF on a 2017 SVR Convertible?

    33/10
    36/10

    rsmith111 said:

    also is there a 7500 mile option? if so

    33/7500
    36/7500

    33/10: .00001 MF and 53% residual
    36/10: .00003 MF and 51% residual

    Add 1% for 7.5K/yr

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  • thanks.

    33/10 for the coupe svr?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,854
    rsmith111 said:

    thanks.

    33/10 for the coupe svr?

    .00001 MF and 54% residual

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  • photonbeamphotonbeam Posts: 9
    edited January 2018
    33/10 for January on a 2017 conv? Thanks in advance.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,854

    33/10 for January on a 2017 conv? Thanks in advance.

    .00001 MF and 51% residual

    39/10: .00016 MF and 50% residual (best term)

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  • 2018 Coupe vs Convertible

    33/7500 -  MF and Residual for Feb 2018?
    What’s the best term for each?

    Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,854
    beemaze said:

    2018 Coupe vs Convertible

    33/7500 -  MF and Residual for Feb 2018?
    What’s the best term for each?

    Thanks!

    The best term is 39 months
    39/7.5K

    Coupe: .00028 MF and 46% residual
    Vert: .00034 MF and 46% residual

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  • beemazebeemaze Posts: 12
    Ok, so I’m looking at a 2018 SVR coupe here in So Cal. The 2018’s are no longer coming in and 2019’s are being allocated.

    Please let me know the MF and RV% for this April for the outgoing 2018 coupe - 39 mos, 7.5K miles

    Thanks again!!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,854
    beemaze said:

    Ok, so I’m looking at a 2018 SVR coupe here in So Cal. The 2018’s are no longer coming in and 2019’s are being allocated.

    Please let me know the MF and RV% for this April for the outgoing 2018 coupe - 39 mos, 7.5K miles

    Thanks again!!

    .00028 MF and 47% residual

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  • bmwpcbmwpc Posts: 22
    Looking at a 2018 F Type R Coupe for 24 or 36 month least. What would MF and RV that should be used. I will also do less than 5 k a year in miles. Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,545
    bmwpc said:

    Looking at a 2018 F Type R Coupe for 24 or 36 month least. What would MF and RV that should be used. I will also do less than 5 k a year in miles. Thanks

    .00076 and 63%
    .00001 and 55%

    That's a lot of money to be able to drive 400 miles a month.

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  • bmwpcbmwpc Posts: 22
    Well Michaell, I 'm 70, retired and not rich but have enough to leave my 2 kids a few bucks and enough for my wife and I to live comfortably. We don't do I've been a car guy since I got my first car a NEW 65 corvette 396/425 coupe in 65. I currently drive a 2016 BMW X$M40i (purchased but wished I had leased even thought the rate was )%), vin 36 which was the first one released for public sale and last year we leased my wife a CLA 250 that she wanted. I want to drive as many cars like the R or SVR before I can't do it anymore. We don't do lot of road trips due to our animals but I can still do some drag racing , a bit of auto crossing and maybe a few trips to the mountains as we live in S Florida. My 16 X4 has 7K miles and my wife's car has 3800 miles after 18 months so at my age and with what I want to do, I just don't see buying anything, paying the 6% sales tax and then selling it in 18-24 months, as long as I can do it. So I'm always looking for a short good term lease on anything with a lot of hp no matter what the brand. I'v looked at some of the lease take over sites but s bit unsure about being the one turning the car in and possible damage. Any thoughts on those sites and functioning?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,545
    bmwpc said:

    Well Michaell, I 'm 70, retired and not rich but have enough to leave my 2 kids a few bucks and enough for my wife and I to live comfortably. We don't do I've been a car guy since I got my first car a NEW 65 corvette 396/425 coupe in 65. I currently drive a 2016 BMW X$M40i (purchased but wished I had leased even thought the rate was )%), vin 36 which was the first one released for public sale and last year we leased my wife a CLA 250 that she wanted. I want to drive as many cars like the R or SVR before I can't do it anymore. We don't do lot of road trips due to our animals but I can still do some drag racing , a bit of auto crossing and maybe a few trips to the mountains as we live in S Florida. My 16 X4 has 7K miles and my wife's car has 3800 miles after 18 months so at my age and with what I want to do, I just don't see buying anything, paying the 6% sales tax and then selling it in 18-24 months, as long as I can do it. So I'm always looking for a short good term lease on anything with a lot of hp no matter what the brand. I'v looked at some of the lease take over sites but s bit unsure about being the one turning the car in and possible damage. Any thoughts on those sites and functioning?

    No opinion on lease swap sites, but there are some regular posters here who I'll ask to jump in and comment.

    Appreciate the back story, and it seems like a good low mileage lease makes sense.

    Mountains? You mean those itty bitty hills in Georgia? Come to Colorado - we can show you some real mountains. :sunglasses:

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,854
    @bmwpc

    Nothing wrong with sites like Swapalease. But, they don't vet the deal for you. You have to verify all aspects with the current lessee, and it's important to get a look at the lease contract.

    I had a friend that took over a Mercedes lease, and he thought he had 40K total miles, but it turned out, that the car was a 30K mile lease. The original lessee made him whole, but it was testy.

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