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2017 Bentley Continental GT - Lease Numbers

turbopenguinturbopenguin Posts: 8
edited April 2018 in Bentley
Can anyone provide MF and residual for this vehicle? 24 months, 5k miles per year.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419

    Can anyone provide MF and residual for this vehicle? 24 months, 5k miles per year.

    Sorry, we've never seen Bentley lease numbers

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  • dfennigdfennig Posts: 21
    RV - 57% (55% +2% for 5k miles)
    MF - .00270
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419
    dfennig said:

    RV - 57% (55% +2% for 5k miles)
    MF - .00270

    Those numbers seem reasonable.

    Did a dealer give them to you?
    Seems like 36 months would be more cost effective (just guessing)

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  • dfennigdfennig Posts: 21
    Yes, straight from a dealer. And you're correct, 36 months appears to be the sweet spot.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419
    dfennig said:

    Yes, straight from a dealer. And you're correct, 36 months appears to be the sweet spot.

    Thanks for that... we just found 36 month terms:
    2017 Continental GT (base model.. lol)
    36/5: .00115 MF and 51% residual


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  • dfennigdfennig Posts: 21
    Yes, that MF is part of their spring sales support program. Your residual should be increased 2% since it's the low mileage option. 7,500 miles is the base miles.
  • turbopenguinturbopenguin Posts: 8
    edited April 2018
    Ended up getting 24 months, 5k miles per year.
    Residual: 58.7%
    Initial MF from dealer: 0.0031
    Negotiated MF: 0.0014

    Located in Broward County, Florida.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419

    Ended up getting 24 months, 5k miles per year.
    Residual: 58.7%
    Initial MF from dealer: 0.0031
    Negotiated MF: 0.0014

    Located in Broward County, Florida.

    Wow... what an attempted markup!

    No big deal.. just an extra $500/mo. :s

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  • cargeek22cargeek22 Posts: 21
    Do you have access to Bentley lease info?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419
    cargeek22 said:

    Do you have access to Bentley lease info?

    Yes..

    ZIP
    Model
    Term
    Mileage

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  • cargeek22cargeek22 Posts: 21
    07417
    Continental GT V8
    36 and 24 months
    5k and 7.5k miles
    Thank you.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419
    cargeek22 said:

    07417
    Continental GT V8
    36 and 24 months
    5k and 7.5k miles
    Thank you.

    2018?

    24/5: .00210 MF and 56% residual
    36/5: .00240 MF and 50% residual

    Subtract 2% for 7.5K/yr

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  • cargeek22cargeek22 Posts: 21
    edited May 2018
    My apologies, can I have the numbers for the 2017 model (GT V8 Coupe). Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419
    cargeek22 said:

    My apologies, can I have the numbers for the 2017 model (GT V8 Coupe). Thanks!

    .00115 MF and 53%
    .00145 MF and 47%

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  • Do we have any 2018 Bentley Bentayga W12 or 2019 Bentayga V8 numbers? Best term, 12k miles. ZIP 10708
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 161,877
    nyclife1 said:

    Do we have any 2018 Bentley Bentayga W12 or 2019 Bentayga V8 numbers? Best term, 12k miles. ZIP 10708

    What trim level(s) are you interested in?

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419
    nyclife1 said:

    Do we have any 2018 Bentley Bentayga W12 or 2019 Bentayga V8 numbers? Best term, 12k miles. ZIP 10708

    We don't show them by engine.

    Activity, Black, Mulliner, Onyx or Signature trim?

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  • Not sure what the trim levels are on the first one .. these are the two cars.
    One is a base '19, other is a loaded demo '18 signature

    https://www.bentleyofgreenwich.com/2019-bentley-bentayga-v8-c-2545.htm
    https://www.bentleyofgreenwich.com/2018-bentley-bentayga-w12-signature-c-2265.htm
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419
    nyclife1 said:

    Not sure what the trim levels are on the first one .. these are the two cars.
    One is a base '19, other is a loaded demo '18 signature

    https://www.bentleyofgreenwich.com/2019-bentley-bentayga-v8-c-2545.htm
    https://www.bentleyofgreenwich.com/2018-bentley-bentayga-w12-signature-c-2265.htm

    The only 2019 model out is the V8
    36/12
    2019: .00208 MF and 52% residual
    2018: .00060 MF and 46% residual

    The 42/7.5K month lease they reference on the 2019: .00208 MF and 55% residual (49% residual for 42/12)
    The 42 month term might be best. But, still really high.
    The advertised lease asks for $16,700 CAP reduction, too. That makes the actual cost about $400/mo. more on the advertised deal.

    Bentley hits you hard for normal mileage driving. 6% spread between 7.5K and 12K/yr. On most "lesser" makes that spread is just 2% of MSRP.

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  • kyfdx said:

    nyclife1 said:

    Not sure what the trim levels are on the first one .. these are the two cars.
    One is a base '19, other is a loaded demo '18 signature

    https://www.bentleyofgreenwich.com/2019-bentley-bentayga-v8-c-2545.htm
    https://www.bentleyofgreenwich.com/2018-bentley-bentayga-w12-signature-c-2265.htm

    The only 2019 model out is the V8
    36/12
    2019: .00208 MF and 52% residual
    2018: .00060 MF and 46% residual

    The 42/7.5K month lease they reference on the 2019: .00208 MF and 55% residual (49% residual for 42/12)
    The 42 month term might be best. But, still really high.
    The advertised lease asks for $16,700 CAP reduction, too. That makes the actual cost about $400/mo. more on the advertised deal.

    Bentley hits you hard for normal mileage driving. 6% spread between 7.5K and 12K/yr. On most "lesser" makes that spread is just 2% of MSRP.
    Any Chance of an update on the 2019 Bentayga MF w/7.5 for 42
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419

    kyfdx said:

    nyclife1 said:

    Not sure what the trim levels are on the first one .. these are the two cars.
    One is a base '19, other is a loaded demo '18 signature

    https://www.bentleyofgreenwich.com/2019-bentley-bentayga-v8-c-2545.htm
    https://www.bentleyofgreenwich.com/2018-bentley-bentayga-w12-signature-c-2265.htm

    The only 2019 model out is the V8
    36/12
    2019: .00208 MF and 52% residual
    2018: .00060 MF and 46% residual

    The 42/7.5K month lease they reference on the 2019: .00208 MF and 55% residual (49% residual for 42/12)
    The 42 month term might be best. But, still really high.
    The advertised lease asks for $16,700 CAP reduction, too. That makes the actual cost about $400/mo. more on the advertised deal.

    Bentley hits you hard for normal mileage driving. 6% spread between 7.5K and 12K/yr. On most "lesser" makes that spread is just 2% of MSRP.
    Any Chance of an update on the 2019 Bentayga MF w/7.5 for 42
    .00220 MF and 56% residual

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  • Ah appreciate that seems high but great to go into it with that knowledge. Are you seeing a better deal on a 36 month?

    Thanks in advance!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419

    Ah appreciate that seems high but great to go into it with that knowledge. Are you seeing a better deal on a 36 month?

    Thanks in advance!

    59% residual for 36 months.

    42 months will be a lower payment

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  • kyfdx said:

    Ah appreciate that seems high but great to go into it with that knowledge. Are you seeing a better deal on a 36 month?

    Thanks in advance!

    59% residual for 36 months.

    42 months will be a lower payment
    So I just got quoted .00280 on the 2019 Bentayga V8 with RV of 56%... I live in NY and the dealer is in FL. I was able to knock the cap cost down 14k off the MSRP to 199K. Based on the MF you sent over it seems like they are trying to claw back. Is this abnormal and is there a chance lenders for Bentley Florida are different than NY?

    Thanks would love to hear your thoughts!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 167,419
    edited July 2019

    kyfdx said:

    Ah appreciate that seems high but great to go into it with that knowledge. Are you seeing a better deal on a 36 month?

    Thanks in advance!

    59% residual for 36 months.

    42 months will be a lower payment
    So I just got quoted .00280 on the 2019 Bentayga V8 with RV of 56%... I live in NY and the dealer is in FL. I was able to knock the cap cost down 14k off the MSRP to 199K. Based on the MF you sent over it seems like they are trying to claw back. Is this abnormal and is there a chance lenders for Bentley Florida are different than NY?

    Thanks would love to hear your thoughts!
    It is typical for any luxury car dealer to attempt to markup the rate. And, yes, it's a way to claw back some of the discount.

    The markup adds about $190/mo, pre-tax, which means they are taking back over half of their discount.

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  • DaverceeDavercee Tampa, FloridaPosts: 101
    Thanks for the info!
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