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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,566
    ngvsu78 said:

    Hello! Wondering what the residual value, money factor, and incentives are on a Touring L+ for a 36/10 lease in Michigan - 49022. Thanks in advance!

    .00011 and 51%
    $3000 lease incentives

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  • Hi,
    Can I get MF, residual and incentive for a 2018 Pacifica Limited 36/12 in Massachusetts 02482?
    I am getting
    Capitalized cost $33,518
    Residual is $22,265.60
    MF .00170
    Monthly payment: $433
    Do you think it is a good deal?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,873

    Hi,
    Can I get MF, residual and incentive for a 2018 Pacifica Limited 36/12 in Massachusetts 02482?
    I am getting
    Capitalized cost $33,518
    Residual is $22,265.60
    MF .00170
    Monthly payment: $433
    Do you think it is a good deal?

    Chrysler Capital
    .00011 MF and 54% residual
    $2500 incentive

    I would assume your quote is with a different bank.

    What is the MSRP?
    Total amount due at signing?

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdx said:

    Hi,
    Can I get MF, residual and incentive for a 2018 Pacifica Limited 36/12 in Massachusetts 02482?
    I am getting
    Capitalized cost $33,518
    Residual is $22,265.60
    MF .00170
    Monthly payment: $433
    Do you think it is a good deal?

    Chrysler Capital
    .00011 MF and 54% residual
    $2500 incentive

    I would assume your quote is with a different bank.

    What is the MSRP?
    Total amount due at signing?

    MSRP $44,095
    Payment is $424 per month for 36 months with only 1st due at signing.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,873

    kyfdx said:

    Hi,
    Can I get MF, residual and incentive for a 2018 Pacifica Limited 36/12 in Massachusetts 02482?
    I am getting
    Capitalized cost $33,518
    Residual is $22,265.60
    MF .00170
    Monthly payment: $433
    Do you think it is a good deal?

    Chrysler Capital
    .00011 MF and 54% residual
    $2500 incentive

    I would assume your quote is with a different bank.

    What is the MSRP?
    Total amount due at signing?

    MSRP $44,095
    Payment is $424 per month for 36 months with only 1st due at signing.
    That looks pretty good.
    Given the MF and residual on your quote, the numbers look good, as well.
    Is it Ally or US Bank lease?

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    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdx said:

    kyfdx said:

    Hi,
    Can I get MF, residual and incentive for a 2018 Pacifica Limited 36/12 in Massachusetts 02482?
    I am getting
    Capitalized cost $33,518
    Residual is $22,265.60
    MF .00170
    Monthly payment: $433
    Do you think it is a good deal?

    Chrysler Capital
    .00011 MF and 54% residual
    $2500 incentive

    I would assume your quote is with a different bank.

    What is the MSRP?
    Total amount due at signing?

    MSRP $44,095
    Payment is $424 per month for 36 months with only 1st due at signing.
    That looks pretty good.
    Given the MF and residual on your quote, the numbers look good, as well.
    Is it Ally or US Bank lease?
    Ally Bank. Thanks for the info!
  • ngvsu78ngvsu78 Posts: 2

    kyfdx said:

    kyfdx said:

    Hi,
    Can I get MF, residual and incentive for a 2018 Pacifica Limited 36/12 in Massachusetts 02482?
    I am getting
    Capitalized cost $33,518
    Residual is $22,265.60
    MF .00170
    Monthly payment: $433
    Do you think it is a good deal?

    Chrysler Capital
    .00011 MF and 54% residual
    $2500 incentive

    I would assume your quote is with a different bank.

    What is the MSRP?
    Total amount due at signing?

    MSRP $44,095
    Payment is $424 per month for 36 months with only 1st due at signing.
    That looks pretty good.
    Given the MF and residual on your quote, the numbers look good, as well.
    Is it Ally or US Bank lease?
    Ally Bank. Thanks for the info!
    This deal looks amazing! I'm negotiating in Michigan doing a repeat lease through US Bank and having a tough time. Dealer is not budging on their offer:

    2018 Pacifica Touring L Plus
    $41,800
    $32,841 Adj Cap Cost
    $21,318 Residual
    39/10
    $427/month
    1st Payment due at signing
  • leaseman6leaseman6 Posts: 8
    Looking for lease options on 2018 Pacifica Touring L Plus. 36/10K on zip: 94579
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,873
    leaseman6 said:

    Looking for lease options on 2018 Pacifica Touring L Plus. 36/10K on zip: 94579

    .00011 MF and 51% residual
    $2500 incentive

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  • nike220nike220 Posts: 12
    Please provide MF, residual, and incentives for 2018 Pacifica Limited 12K/36 months for zip 23235. Also, is today the last day for the numbers?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,873
    nike220 said:

    Please provide MF, residual, and incentives for 2018 Pacifica Limited 12K/36 months for zip 23235. Also, is today the last day for the numbers?

    .00011 MF and 54% residual
    $2500 incentive

    Yes, today is the last day

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  • carlos12345carlos12345 Posts: 1
    edited July 2018
    Hello, first time post, hope I am doing this correctly:
    Working on getting a 2018 Pacifica Limited 36/10 in Florida 33143? With safety package, Uconnect package, 20 speaker package and S package.
    I am getting
    MSRP $50910
    Capitalized cost ~$44,500
    Monthly payment: $500
    Upfront: first payment and taxes tag.
    Do you think it is a good deal?

    Thanks!
  • flacarguy2flacarguy2 Posts: 18
    edited July 2018

    Hello, first time post, hope I am doing this correctly:
    Working on getting a 2018 Pacifica Limited 36/10 in Florida 33143? With safety package, Uconnect package, 20 speaker package and S package.
    I am getting
    MSRP $50910
    Capitalized cost ~$44,500
    Monthly payment: $500
    Upfront: first payment and taxes tag.
    Do you think it is a good deal?

    Thanks!

    Welcome to the forum!

    I was able to get $499 per month first payment only 36/15K 2018 Limited (not S) MSRP $50,315 over in the Tampa Bay area. I had a competitive vehicle (Sienna) so I was able to get that incentive. Not sure if the S package is harder to make a deal. Also, check bonusdrive.com to see if you can get an addition $250.
  • higuy2003higuy2003 Posts: 3
    edited July 2018
    Hello! Looking for available incentives, RV, and MF for Touring L, Touring L Plus, and Limited trims in 95816. 36/12 and 36/10.

    Thank you in advance.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,566
    higuy2003 said:

    Hello! Looking for available incentives, RV, and MF for Touring L, Touring L Plus, and Limited trims in 95816. 36/12 and 36/10.

    Thank you in advance.

    36/12
    T-L - .00005 and 49%
    T-L+ - .00011 and 50%
    Ltd - .00011 and 54%
    $2500 lease incentives for all 3

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,566

    Hello, first time post, hope I am doing this correctly:
    Working on getting a 2018 Pacifica Limited 36/10 in Florida 33143? With safety package, Uconnect package, 20 speaker package and S package.
    I am getting
    MSRP $50910
    Capitalized cost ~$44,500
    Monthly payment: $500
    Upfront: first payment and taxes tag.
    Do you think it is a good deal?

    Thanks!

    .00011 and 55%
    $2500 lease incentives

    With your prices, I get $466/mo plus tax. If the tax rate is 7%, I'm pretty close to the dealer quote.

    Looks good from here.

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  • lamber12lamber12 Posts: 7
    Hi,

    Could you please provide the MF, Residual, and any incentives for zip 29607:

    Touring L 12/36
    Touring L PLus 12/36

    Is there incentive if I am a current Chevy leasee?

    Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,566
    lamber12 said:

    Hi,

    Could you please provide the MF, Residual, and any incentives for zip 29607:

    Touring L 12/36
    Touring L PLus 12/36

    Is there incentive if I am a current Chevy leasee?

    Thanks!

    T-L - .00005 and 49%; $3000 lease incentives
    T-L+ - .00011 and 50%; $2500 lease incentives

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  • weeeza33weeeza33 Posts: 17
    I need some help please, I went to 2 dealers in Arizona today and both insist that there is no way for them or Chrysler Financial to apply the $7500 Federal credit towards the cap reduction, I know that is not true based on the comments on this thread, what can I do or who can I ask them to call to get this figured out? Anyone successful with a dealer in AZ with a lease on the Hybrid and made this work?
  • weeeza33weeeza33 Posts: 17
    edited July 2018
    Deleted this question about standard MF as I found the answer, sorry! I just need help with the question above :)
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,566
    weeeza33 said:

    I need some help please, I went to 2 dealers in Arizona today and both insist that there is no way for them or Chrysler Financial to apply the $7500 Federal credit towards the cap reduction, I know that is not true based on the comments on this thread, what can I do or who can I ask them to call to get this figured out? Anyone successful with a dealer in AZ with a lease on the Hybrid and made this work?

    You are not buying the car; the bank is. And, the tax credit is lower for leasing than buying.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • satpabbsatpabb Posts: 12
    Whats the MF, RV values for Pacifica Limited, Touring L Plus, Touring Plus for 36/10k,12k for zip code 94568. Whats the incentives?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,873
    satpabb said:

    Whats the MF, RV values for Pacifica Limited, Touring L Plus, Touring Plus for 36/10k,12k for zip code 94568. Whats the incentives?

    36/10
    .00011 MF and 55% residual
    .00011 MF and 51% residual
    .00072 MF and 50% residual

    $2500 incentive

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

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  • weeeza33weeeza33 Posts: 17
    Michaell said:

    weeeza33 said:

    I need some help please, I went to 2 dealers in Arizona today and both insist that there is no way for them or Chrysler Financial to apply the $7500 Federal credit towards the cap reduction, I know that is not true based on the comments on this thread, what can I do or who can I ask them to call to get this figured out? Anyone successful with a dealer in AZ with a lease on the Hybrid and made this work?

    You are not buying the car; the bank is. And, the tax credit is lower for leasing than buying.
    My understanding from earlier in this thread is that there is a $10250 lease rebate on the Pacifica Hybrid if you lease and that includes the $7500 Fed credit. What can I expect If I am to lease the vehicle if the credit is not $7500?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,566
    weeeza33 said:

    Michaell said:

    weeeza33 said:

    I need some help please, I went to 2 dealers in Arizona today and both insist that there is no way for them or Chrysler Financial to apply the $7500 Federal credit towards the cap reduction, I know that is not true based on the comments on this thread, what can I do or who can I ask them to call to get this figured out? Anyone successful with a dealer in AZ with a lease on the Hybrid and made this work?

    You are not buying the car; the bank is. And, the tax credit is lower for leasing than buying.
    My understanding from earlier in this thread is that there is a $10250 lease rebate on the Pacifica Hybrid if you lease and that includes the $7500 Fed credit. What can I expect If I am to lease the vehicle if the credit is not $7500?
    We have not been able to confirm the presence of that incentive; check with your dealer.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • weeeza33weeeza33 Posts: 17
    Michaell said:
    I need some help please, I went to 2 dealers in Arizona today and both insist that there is no way for them or Chrysler Financial to apply the $7500 Federal credit towards the cap reduction, I know that is not true based on the comments on this thread, what can I do or who can I ask them to call to get this figured out? Anyone successful with a dealer in AZ with a lease on the Hybrid and made this work?
    You are not buying the car; the bank is. And, the tax credit is lower for leasing than buying.
    My understanding from earlier in this thread is that there is a $10250 lease rebate on the Pacifica Hybrid if you lease and that includes the $7500 Fed credit. What can I expect If I am to lease the vehicle if the credit is not $7500?
    We have not been able to confirm the presence of that incentive; check with your dealer.
    Thank you!!! I have tried 4 dealers so far including Gilroy and they all are stunned and have no idea what I’m talking about when I mention the $7500 being applied as a cap reduction if I lease. I don’t understand why with other manufacturers it is a known practice and the Chrysler dealers have no idea... oh well, if anyone has luck finding a dealer that can apply the tax credit as a rebate please let me know, I am willing to get the car shipped from Neighboing states. 

    I appreciate all you guys help.
  • carapebecarapebe Posts: 2
    Hi all. I’m new to this and not sure if I'm asking the right things but just looking for thoughts/advice. I was looking at leasing or purchasing a 2018 Chrysler Pacifica, and a dealer offered a lease of 36 months at 15k miles per year for $450 a month on a Touring L Plus. No money down (just first month's payment). And they are also paying nearly $1000 to finish the last payments on a VW lease I have.

    I’m not sure if you can advise if that is worthwhile, or what I need to examine to know if it decent.

    Thanks in advance!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,873
    carapebe said:

    Hi all. I’m new to this and not sure if I'm asking the right things but just looking for thoughts/advice. I was looking at leasing or purchasing a 2018 Chrysler Pacifica, and a dealer offered a lease of 36 months at 15k miles per year for $450 a month on a Touring L Plus. No money down (just first month's payment). And they are also paying nearly $1000 to finish the last payments on a VW lease I have.

    I’m not sure if you can advise if that is worthwhile, or what I need to examine to know if it decent.

    Thanks in advance!

    Where are you located?
    What is the MSRP?

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • zapat2f7zapat2f7 Posts: 20
    edited July 2018
    Im in Fort Lauderdale/Miami area. Looking for a Touring L.

    The dealer offered:

    MSRP: 39,175
    Ally: 51% res/ .001875
    Payment: 477/mo plus tax

    Alternatively with Capital:
    49%
    .00005
    Two fold question, which bank offer is better, lower rate or higher residual?

    Second I’ve been reading on here folks leasing higher trims in the low 400s meanwhile this offer is 477?

    Any advice for negotiating or is this a geographic issue.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,873
    zapat2f7 said:

    Im in Fort Lauderdale/Miami area. Looking for a Touring L.

    The dealer offered:

    MSRP: 39,175
    Ally: 51% res/ .001875
    Payment: 477/mo plus tax

    Alternatively with Capital:
    49%
    .00005
    Two fold question, which bank offer is better, lower rate or higher residual?

    Second I’ve been reading on here folks leasing higher trims in the low 400s meanwhile this offer is 477?

    Any advice for negotiating or is this a geographic issue.

    Non- Chrysler Capital leases usually come with an extra rebate, so you can't just compare the numbers for the two programs.

    To check calculations, you need the selling price, rebates, adjusted CAP cost.

    Typically, they aren't going to offer Ally lease, unless it results in a lower payment than CC.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • carapebecarapebe Posts: 2
    kyfdx said:

    carapebe said:

    Hi all. I’m new to this and not sure if I'm asking the right things but just looking for thoughts/advice. I was looking at leasing or purchasing a 2018 Chrysler Pacifica, and a dealer offered a lease of 36 months at 15k miles per year for $450 a month on a Touring L Plus. No money down (just first month's payment). And they are also paying nearly $1000 to finish the last payments on a VW lease I have.

    I’m not sure if you can advise if that is worthwhile, or what I need to examine to know if it decent.

    Thanks in advance!

    Where are you located?
    What is the MSRP?
    Thanks for your response! My zip code is 07436 (Northern NJ). The MSRP for the van is $41,505.
  • zapat2f7zapat2f7 Posts: 20
    kyfdx said:
    Im in Fort Lauderdale/Miami area. Looking for a Touring L.

    The dealer offered:

    MSRP: 39,175
    Ally: 51% res/ .001875
    Payment: 477/mo plus tax

    Alternatively with Capital:
    49%
    .00005
    Two fold question, which bank offer is better, lower rate or higher residual?

    Second I’ve been reading on here folks leasing higher trims in the low 400s meanwhile this offer is 477?

    Any advice for negotiating or is this a geographic issue.
    Non- Chrysler Capital leases usually come with an extra rebate, so you can't just compare the numbers for the two programs. To check calculations, you need the selling price, rebates, adjusted CAP cost. Typically, they aren't going to offer Ally lease, unless it results in a lower payment than CC.
    Previous comments on this thread claim the Limited has been leased for 427/mo with only first payment due at signing. Yet they’re quoting me 477for a Touring L. Does price vary that greatly around the country?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,873
    zapat2f7 said:


    kyfdx said:

    zapat2f7 said:

    Im in Fort Lauderdale/Miami area. Looking for a Touring L.

    The dealer offered:

    MSRP: 39,175
    Ally: 51% res/ .001875
    Payment: 477/mo plus tax

    Alternatively with Capital:
    49%
    .00005
    Two fold question, which bank offer is better, lower rate or higher residual?

    Second I’ve been reading on here folks leasing higher trims in the low 400s meanwhile this offer is 477?

    Any advice for negotiating or is this a geographic issue.

    Non- Chrysler Capital leases usually come with an extra rebate, so you can't just compare the numbers for the two programs.

    To check calculations, you need the selling price, rebates, adjusted CAP cost.

    Typically, they aren't going to offer Ally lease, unless it results in a lower payment than CC.

    Previous comments on this thread claim the Limited has been leased for 427/mo with only first payment due at signing. Yet they’re quoting me 477for a Touring L. Does price vary that greatly around the country?

    It might vary, depending on the selling price you negotiate, and your local taxes and fees.

    Not everyone walks out of a dealership with the same deal.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,873
    carapebe said:

    kyfdx said:

    carapebe said:

    Hi all. I’m new to this and not sure if I'm asking the right things but just looking for thoughts/advice. I was looking at leasing or purchasing a 2018 Chrysler Pacifica, and a dealer offered a lease of 36 months at 15k miles per year for $450 a month on a Touring L Plus. No money down (just first month's payment). And they are also paying nearly $1000 to finish the last payments on a VW lease I have.

    I’m not sure if you can advise if that is worthwhile, or what I need to examine to know if it decent.

    Thanks in advance!

    Where are you located?
    What is the MSRP?
    Thanks for your response! My zip code is 07436 (Northern NJ). The MSRP for the van is $41,505.
    .00011 MF and 48% residual
    $2500 incentive

    Need an adjusted CAP cost of about $35,900, including all fee and taxes to get to that payment.
    That seems reasonable, but we don't track pricing.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • weeeza33weeeza33 Posts: 17
    So finally I get the deal in AZ to believe the federal tax credit process and agree to do it, then he gives me a Money Factor of 0.00331 and 46% as a residual for 36/12 lease for a Pacifica Hybrid limited, which still makes the payment too high.

    Are these really the numbers available for MF and residual for this model?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,566
    weeeza33 said:

    So finally I get the deal in AZ to believe the federal tax credit process and agree to do it, then he gives me a Money Factor of 0.00331 and 46% as a residual for 36/12 lease for a Pacifica Hybrid limited, which still makes the payment too high.

    Are these really the numbers available for MF and residual for this model?

    Do you know what bank this quote was from?

    The standard MF is used from Chrysler Capital, which the dealer can mark up .00042, but I find it hard to believe it would start that high.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


    MODERATOR

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  • weeeza33weeeza33 Posts: 17
    edited July 2018
    Michaell said:

    weeeza33 said:

    So finally I get the deal in AZ to believe the federal tax credit process and agree to do it, then he gives me a Money Factor of 0.00331 and 46% as a residual for 36/12 lease for a Pacifica Hybrid limited, which still makes the payment too high.

    Are these really the numbers available for MF and residual for this model?

    Do you know what bank this quote was from?

    The standard MF is used from Chrysler Capital, which the dealer can mark up .00042, but I find it hard to believe it would start that high.

    It was Chrysler Capital, he insisted that this is what they are offering for the Hybrid right now as far as MF AND residual!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,566
    weeeza33 said:

    Michaell said:

    weeeza33 said:

    So finally I get the deal in AZ to believe the federal tax credit process and agree to do it, then he gives me a Money Factor of 0.00331 and 46% as a residual for 36/12 lease for a Pacifica Hybrid limited, which still makes the payment too high.

    Are these really the numbers available for MF and residual for this model?

    Do you know what bank this quote was from?

    The standard MF is used from Chrysler Capital, which the dealer can mark up .00042, but I find it hard to believe it would start that high.

    It was Chrysler Capital, he insisted that this is what they are offering for the Hybrid right now as far as MF AND residual!
    weeeza33 said:

    Michaell said:

    weeeza33 said:

    So finally I get the deal in AZ to believe the federal tax credit process and agree to do it, then he gives me a Money Factor of 0.00331 and 46% as a residual for 36/12 lease for a Pacifica Hybrid limited, which still makes the payment too high.

    Are these really the numbers available for MF and residual for this model?

    Do you know what bank this quote was from?

    The standard MF is used from Chrysler Capital, which the dealer can mark up .00042, but I find it hard to believe it would start that high.

    It was Chrysler Capital, he insisted that this is what they are offering for the Hybrid right now as far as MF AND residual!
    Ouch. How badly do you want a Hybrid?

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


    MODERATOR

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  • weeeza33weeeza33 Posts: 17
    Michaell said:
    So finally I get the deal in AZ to believe the federal tax credit process and agree to do it, then he gives me a Money Factor of 0.00331 and 46% as a residual for 36/12 lease for a Pacifica Hybrid limited, which still makes the payment too high.

    Are these really the numbers available for MF and residual for this model?
    Do you know what bank this quote was from? The standard MF is used from Chrysler Capital, which the dealer can mark up .00042, but I find it hard to believe it would start that high.
    It was Chrysler Capital, he insisted that this is what they are offering for the Hybrid right now as far as MF AND residual!
    So finally I get the deal in AZ to believe the federal tax credit process and agree to do it, then he gives me a Money Factor of 0.00331 and 46% as a residual for 36/12 lease for a Pacifica Hybrid limited, which still makes the payment too high.

    Are these really the numbers available for MF and residual for this model?
    Do you know what bank this quote was from? The standard MF is used from Chrysler Capital, which the dealer can mark up .00042, but I find it hard to believe it would start that high.
    It was Chrysler Capital, he insisted that this is what they are offering for the Hybrid right now as far as MF AND residual!
    Ouch. How badly do you want a Hybrid?
    Exactly ouch!!! My wife only wants the hybrid or nothing :) Hoping this changes in August...do you think it will?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,566
    weeeza33 said:


    Michaell said:

    weeeza33 said:

    Michaell said:

    weeeza33 said:

    So finally I get the deal in AZ to believe the federal tax credit process and agree to do it, then he gives me a Money Factor of 0.00331 and 46% as a residual for 36/12 lease for a Pacifica Hybrid limited, which still makes the payment too high.

    Are these really the numbers available for MF and residual for this model?

    Do you know what bank this quote was from?

    The standard MF is used from Chrysler Capital, which the dealer can mark up .00042, but I find it hard to believe it would start that high.

    It was Chrysler Capital, he insisted that this is what they are offering for the Hybrid right now as far as MF AND residual!
    weeeza33 said:

    Michaell said:

    weeeza33 said:

    So finally I get the deal in AZ to believe the federal tax credit process and agree to do it, then he gives me a Money Factor of 0.00331 and 46% as a residual for 36/12 lease for a Pacifica Hybrid limited, which still makes the payment too high.

    Are these really the numbers available for MF and residual for this model?

    Do you know what bank this quote was from?

    The standard MF is used from Chrysler Capital, which the dealer can mark up .00042, but I find it hard to believe it would start that high.

    It was Chrysler Capital, he insisted that this is what they are offering for the Hybrid right now as far as MF AND residual!
    Ouch. How badly do you want a Hybrid?

    Exactly ouch!!! My wife only wants the hybrid or nothing :) Hoping this changes in August...do you think it will?

    We haven't seen any reduction of the MF for the Hybrid since it's been introduced. Guess it's popular enough that Chrysler continues to charge a premium for it.

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  • weeeza33weeeza33 Posts: 17
    Michaell said:
    Michaell said:
    So finally I get the deal in AZ to believe the federal tax credit process and agree to do it, then he gives me a Money Factor of 0.00331 and 46% as a residual for 36/12 lease for a Pacifica Hybrid limited, which still makes the payment too high.

    Are these really the numbers available for MF and residual for this model?
    Do you know what bank this quote was from? The standard MF is used from Chrysler Capital, which the dealer can mark up .00042, but I find it hard to believe it would start that high.
    It was Chrysler Capital, he insisted that this is what they are offering for the Hybrid right now as far as MF AND residual!
    So finally I get the deal in AZ to believe the federal tax credit process and agree to do it, then he gives me a Money Factor of 0.00331 and 46% as a residual for 36/12 lease for a Pacifica Hybrid limited, which still makes the payment too high.

    Are these really the numbers available for MF and residual for this model?
    Do you know what bank this quote was from? The standard MF is used from Chrysler Capital, which the dealer can mark up .00042, but I find it hard to believe it would start that high.
    It was Chrysler Capital, he insisted that this is what they are offering for the Hybrid right now as far as MF AND residual!
    Ouch. How badly do you want a Hybrid?
    Exactly ouch!!! My wife only wants the hybrid or nothing :) Hoping this changes in August...do you think it will?
    We haven't seen any reduction of the MF for the Hybrid since it's been introduced. Guess it's popular enough that Chrysler continues to charge a premium for it.
    I am surprised then by the leases some folks are getting for $450 or even below at that MF rate...
  • Could I get MF and Residual for a 2018 Touring L Plus V6 FWD for 36/15 in the Fort Walton Beach, FL area (32542)...
    Went to the dealer yesterday and with nothing down, they said "Well over $600/mo."
    MSRP $45.335
    Price $40,175
    First time looking at leases so I'm trying to learn quickly
    Thanks in advance!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,873

    Could I get MF and Residual for a 2018 Touring L Plus V6 FWD for 36/15 in the Fort Walton Beach, FL area (32542)...
    Went to the dealer yesterday and with nothing down, they said "Well over $600/mo."
    MSRP $45.335
    Price $40,175
    First time looking at leases so I'm trying to learn quickly
    Thanks in advance!

    .00011 MF and 48% residual
    $2500 incentive

    Depends.... is that Price for purchase, or valid with the lease program?
    Does it already account for the incentives, or do you deduct the incentives from that number?

    Seems like you could get under $600/mo, but the answer is... it depends.

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  • cway77cway77 Posts: 8
    Hello, looking for the residual and MF for an 18 Touring Plus with the zip of 54935 WI. Looking at a 12/36 mile lease. Thanks in advance!! 
  • nj323cinj323ci Posts: 16
    Back again... My wife is set on the copper pearl coat color and none in the area at the moment. 

    Limited 36/15 in New Jersey. 
    Can someone assist with the July MF & residual numbers?

    Thanks again all! We'll find the right car soon (I hope). 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,566
    cway77 said:

    Hello, looking for the residual and MF for an 18 Touring Plus with the zip of 54935 WI. Looking at a 12/36 mile lease. Thanks in advance!! 

    .00072 and 49%
    $2500 lease incentives

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 127,566
    nj323ci said:

    Back again... My wife is set on the copper pearl coat color and none in the area at the moment. 

    Limited 36/15 in New Jersey. 
    Can someone assist with the July MF & residual numbers?

    Thanks again all! We'll find the right car soon (I hope). 

    .00011 and 52%
    $2500 lease incentives

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  • lucaslmlucaslm Posts: 6
    edited July 2018
    Can I get MF, residual and lease cash for 2018 Pacifica LX, 36/15k? Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 133,873
    lucaslm said:

    Can I get MF, residual and lease cash for 2018 Pacifica LX, 36/15k? Thanks

    What ZIP?

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  • lucaslmlucaslm Posts: 6
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