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2018 Jaguar F-Type Lease Deals and Prices

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 122,658

    Can you please provide MF/Residual for 36/39 months (whichever is better) 12k miles for R Coupe? 44124

    .00001 MF and 48% residual
    $4800 dealer lease cash
    39/12

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  • kyfdx said:

    Can you please provide MF/Residual for 36/39 months (whichever is better) 12k miles for R Coupe? 44124

    .00001 MF and 48% residual
    $4800 dealer lease cash
    39/12
    Thank you, can I also have the same information for R-Dynamic and 400 Sport?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 113,691

    kyfdx said:

    Can you please provide MF/Residual for 36/39 months (whichever is better) 12k miles for R Coupe? 44124

    .00001 MF and 48% residual
    $4800 dealer lease cash
    39/12
    Thank you, can I also have the same information for R-Dynamic and 400 Sport?
    Assuming AWD …

    R-DYN
    .00001 and 50%
    $7050 dealer lease cash

    400 Sport
    .00001 and 48%
    $7050 dealer lease cash

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  • joynrgjoynrg Elkins Park, PAPosts: 1
    Can you please provide MF/Residual for 36/39 months (whichever is better) 10k and 12k miles for R Coupe at 19027.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 113,691
    joynrg said:

    Can you please provide MF/Residual for 36/39 months (whichever is better) 10k and 12k miles for R Coupe at 19027.

    The 2018 F-Type lease programs have ended.

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  • Anabanana745Anabanana745 NCPosts: 9
    Michaell said:

    joynrg said:

    Can you please provide MF/Residual for 36/39 months (whichever is better) 10k and 12k miles for R Coupe at 19027.

    The 2018 F-Type lease programs have ended.
    does that mean you can't lease anything from the remaining inventory?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 113,691

    Michaell said:

    joynrg said:

    Can you please provide MF/Residual for 36/39 months (whichever is better) 10k and 12k miles for R Coupe at 19027.

    The 2018 F-Type lease programs have ended.
    does that mean you can't lease anything from the remaining inventory?
    It means there is no Jaguar Finance programs, in place.

    If your dealer has an alternative bank who will write a lease, then it's still technically possible.

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  • DeadmindsXDeadmindsX Las VegasPosts: 14
    Hello, I'm looking for MF/RV, rebates and incentives on the following trims for a 36/12 and 39/12
    Zipcode : 89081

    2018 JAGUAR F-PACE 25T PRESTIGE AWD

    Thank you
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 122,658

    Hello, I'm looking for MF/RV, rebates and incentives on the following trims for a 36/12 and 39/12
    Zipcode : 89081

    2018 JAGUAR F-PACE 25T PRESTIGE AWD

    Thank you

    This is the F-type discussion.

    2018 F-Pace discussion is here:

    https://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/45662/jaguar/f-pace/2018-jaguar-f-pace-lease-deals-and-prices#latest

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  • mahdegomahdego Brooklyn, NYPosts: 4
    edited January 15
    Michaell said:

    Michaell said:

    joynrg said:

    Can you please provide MF/Residual for 36/39 months (whichever is better) 10k and 12k miles for R Coupe at 19027.

    The 2018 F-Type lease programs have ended.
    does that mean you can't lease anything from the remaining inventory?
    It means there is no Jaguar Finance programs, in place.

    If your dealer has an alternative bank who will write a lease, then it's still technically possible.
    A dealer is able to lease a 2018 F type through Jaguar Financial (Chase). I wanted to run thru Ally because of better residual (48%???), but they said they cannot. They ran a deal for 39/10 and the MF is very marked up (.00299) in comparison to December. My zip is 11215. I was told the RV is 44%.

    You said there is no lease program available... any thoughts?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 122,658
    mahdego said:

    Michaell said:

    Michaell said:

    joynrg said:

    Can you please provide MF/Residual for 36/39 months (whichever is better) 10k and 12k miles for R Coupe at 19027.

    The 2018 F-Type lease programs have ended.
    does that mean you can't lease anything from the remaining inventory?
    It means there is no Jaguar Finance programs, in place.

    If your dealer has an alternative bank who will write a lease, then it's still technically possible.
    A dealer is able to lease a 2018 F type through Jaguar Financial (Chase). I wanted to run thru Ally because of better residual (48%???), but they said they cannot. They ran a deal for 39/10 and the MF is very marked up (.00299) in comparison to December. My zip is 11215. I was told the RV is 44%.

    You said there is no lease program available... any thoughts?
    There is a lease program, but it's not an incentivized program.
    R Coupe: .00238 MF and 44% residual for 39/10.

    So, even with the lousy program, they are still marking up the money factor.

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  • mahdegomahdego Brooklyn, NYPosts: 4
    kyfdx said:

    mahdego said:

    Michaell said:

    Michaell said:

    joynrg said:

    Can you please provide MF/Residual for 36/39 months (whichever is better) 10k and 12k miles for R Coupe at 19027.

    The 2018 F-Type lease programs have ended.
    does that mean you can't lease anything from the remaining inventory?
    It means there is no Jaguar Finance programs, in place.

    If your dealer has an alternative bank who will write a lease, then it's still technically possible.
    A dealer is able to lease a 2018 F type through Jaguar Financial (Chase). I wanted to run thru Ally because of better residual (48%???), but they said they cannot. They ran a deal for 39/10 and the MF is very marked up (.00299) in comparison to December. My zip is 11215. I was told the RV is 44%.

    You said there is no lease program available... any thoughts?
    There is a lease program, but it's not an incentivized program.
    R Coupe: .00238 MF and 44% residual for 39/10.

    So, even with the lousy program, they are still marking up the money factor.
    thanks for info. last year they kept up incentives to buy MF down and even RV maintained in 50's! Dealer told me there are so few 2018s left, that Jaguar has no plans to support 2018 anymore. Some people got really good leases a year ago... does not seem there will be a repeat.
  • SalomonroybalSalomonroybal 33414Posts: 8
    Mf and residual and lease deals in 33414
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 122,658

    Mf and residual and lease deals in 33414

    Which trim?
    Coupe or Convertible?
    Term and mileage allowance?

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  • Is there still a lease program on the 2018 F-Types?

    If so, RV/MF for 39/10 on a 2018 R-Dynamic AWD, please. If 36 months is the sweet spot, RV/MF for that please. Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 122,658

    Is there still a lease program on the 2018 F-Types?

    If so, RV/MF for 39/10 on a 2018 R-Dynamic AWD, please. If 36 months is the sweet spot, RV/MF for that please. Thanks!

    No lease support for the 2018 models

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  • ptchan5ptchan5 Posts: 2
    [Reposted, wrong forum]

    Hi guys,

    Looking at a 2018 F-type coupe R-dynamic fully loaded that the dealer claims they have heavily discounted to get it off the floor. It's a discontinued Loire Blue color, which I kind of like...except when it looks like purple.

    I asked the salesman what the MF and residual value was on the car, and asked for lease terms of 36/39, 12/15k.

    He didn't provide the residual, but I figured I could back into that.

    Quoted:
    MF 0.00243
    MSRP $97,863
    $1,069/mo+tax
    $20k dealer discount
    $4,900 down
    48 mos/7,500 miles with $0.30 overage charge

    My calculations say that's a nasty 5.832% APR with an approximate residual of 49%.

    Btw, what's the opinion of buying a lease lower than you want and just paying the overage charges, instead of paying upfront and possibly returning the car not using all the miles?

    Thanks everyone,
    Peter
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 122,658
    ptchan5 said:

    [Reposted, wrong forum]

    Hi guys,

    Looking at a 2018 F-type coupe R-dynamic fully loaded that the dealer claims they have heavily discounted to get it off the floor. It's a discontinued Loire Blue color, which I kind of like...except when it looks like purple.

    I asked the salesman what the MF and residual value was on the car, and asked for lease terms of 36/39, 12/15k.

    He didn't provide the residual, but I figured I could back into that.

    Quoted:
    MF 0.00243
    MSRP $97,863
    $1,069/mo+tax
    $20k dealer discount
    $4,900 down
    48 mos/7,500 miles with $0.30 overage charge

    My calculations say that's a nasty 5.832% APR with an approximate residual of 49%.

    Btw, what's the opinion of buying a lease lower than you want and just paying the overage charges, instead of paying upfront and possibly returning the car not using all the miles?

    Thanks everyone,
    Peter

    There is no lease support on the 2018 model. All of the savings comes from the big discount.
    That isn't a bad payment for a $98K MSRP vehicle.

    Taking less miles than you'll need is a bad plan. You'll look for excuses to not drive the car, that you are paying $1200/mo. for, all in.

    10K/yr is 10,000 extra miles over four years, and the cost is only $979 in total. Less than $0.10 per mile.

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  • ptchan5ptchan5 Posts: 2
    Thanks! Great info. 
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