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2017 Lotus Evora 400 Lease Rates and Residual

beemazebeemaze Posts: 12
edited April 2018 in Lotus
Hi, I'm looking into leasing a 2017 Lotus Evora 400. Seems like I can get 10-12k off MSRP.

What is the best term? 24/36?
Mileage will be low 5k-7.5k if they offer that
MF and RV?

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  • beemazebeemaze Posts: 12
    kyfdx said:
    Hi, I'm looking into leasing a 2017 Lotus Evora 400. Seems like I can get 10-12k off MSRP. What is the best term? 24/36? Mileage will be low 5k-7.5k if they offer that MF and RV?
    Sorry.. not sure I've ever seen Lotus lease information. I checked US Bank, and it doesn't look like they offer a program for it. Might have to ask the dealer.
    Will do. Thank you.
  • beemazebeemaze Posts: 12
    Update:

    Received a quote from a dealer on a 2017 Lotus Evora 36/5k and 36/3k.  They said they use only one company to finance the lease and require 1st and last months lease payments up front in addition to the acquisition fee and registration.

    36/5k  MF .00028  RV 48%
    36/3k  MF .00026  RV 50%
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 116,408
    beemaze said:

    Update:

    Received a quote from a dealer on a 2017 Lotus Evora 36/5k and 36/3k.  They said they use only one company to finance the lease and require 1st and last months lease payments up front in addition to the acquisition fee and registration.

    36/5k  MF .00028  RV 48%
    36/3k  MF .00026  RV 50%

    I know that's not going to make for a very cheap lease, but those numbers are better than I would have guessed.

    Thanks for the info.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • beemazebeemaze Posts: 12
    kyfdx said:
    Update:

    Received a quote from a dealer on a 2017 Lotus Evora 36/5k and 36/3k.  They said they use only one company to finance the lease and require 1st and last months lease payments up front in addition to the acquisition fee and registration.

    36/5k  MF .00028  RV 48%
    36/3k  MF .00026  RV 50%
    I know that's not going to make for a very cheap lease, but those numbers are better than I would have guessed. Thanks for the info.

    The leasing company is Luxury Auto Leasing and Lotus USA and they have a lease “special” for April for those wanting to put large down payments (however ill-advised) on a longer than advised lease (past the warranty period).

    http://www.lotuscars.com/usa-leasing-offer

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 116,408
    beemaze said:


    kyfdx said:

    Update:

    Received a quote from a dealer on a 2017 Lotus Evora 36/5k and 36/3k.  They said they use only one company to finance the lease and require 1st and last months lease payments up front in addition to the acquisition fee and registration.

    36/5k  MF .00028  RV 48%
    36/3k  MF .00026  RV 50%
    I know that's not going to make for a very cheap lease, but those numbers are better than I would have guessed.

    Thanks for the info.

    The leasing company is Luxury Auto Leasing and Lotus USA and they have a lease “special” for April for those wanting to put large down payments (however ill-advised) on a longer than advised lease (past the warranty period).

    http://www.lotuscars.com/usa-leasing-offer

    Thanks for the link. I want to say it's not a bad deal, but you only get 3000 miles/yr.
    Of course, that might be all you want in a Lotus. ;)

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • beemazebeemaze Posts: 12
    kyfdx said:
    kyfdx said:
    Update:

    Received a quote from a dealer on a 2017 Lotus Evora 36/5k and 36/3k.  They said they use only one company to finance the lease and require 1st and last months lease payments up front in addition to the acquisition fee and registration.

    36/5k  MF .00028  RV 48%
    36/3k  MF .00026  RV 50%
    I know that's not going to make for a very cheap lease, but those numbers are better than I would have guessed. Thanks for the info.

    The leasing company is Luxury Auto Leasing and Lotus USA and they have a lease “special” for April for those wanting to put large down payments (however ill-advised) on a longer than advised lease (past the warranty period).

    http://www.lotuscars.com/usa-leasing-offer

    Thanks for the link. I want to say it's not a bad deal, but you only get 3000 miles/yr. Of course, that might be all you want in a Lotus. ;)
    For someone like myself with a primary vehicle, 3k/year might actually work out.  A safer bet for me personally would be 5k/year :)
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 116,408
    beemaze said:


    kyfdx said:

    beemaze said:


    kyfdx said:

    Update:

    Received a quote from a dealer on a 2017 Lotus Evora 36/5k and 36/3k.  They said they use only one company to finance the lease and require 1st and last months lease payments up front in addition to the acquisition fee and registration.

    36/5k  MF .00028  RV 48%
    36/3k  MF .00026  RV 50%
    I know that's not going to make for a very cheap lease, but those numbers are better than I would have guessed.

    Thanks for the info.

    The leasing company is Luxury Auto Leasing and Lotus USA and they have a lease “special” for April for those wanting to put large down payments (however ill-advised) on a longer than advised lease (past the warranty period).

    http://www.lotuscars.com/usa-leasing-offer

    Thanks for the link. I want to say it's not a bad deal, but you only get 3000 miles/yr.
    Of course, that might be all you want in a Lotus. ;)

    For someone like myself with a primary vehicle, 3k/year might actually work out.  A safer bet for me personally would be 5k/year :)

    $60K total over four years might be cheaper than buying it, then having to get rid of a 5 year old Lotus at lease end.... Maybe.

    If you can write off your lease payment for business, it would definitely be the way to go, of course.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

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