# Porsche 911 Lease Questions

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1Any help you can offer is great.

Thanks.

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120I'm looking at gently used 2003 911... Can you tell me what the going lease numbers are for 36 months at 15,000 miles per year?

I am a traditional finance person, so leasing is a whole new ballgame to me. Care to assist so I don't get hammered?

Thank you,

Stacy

10Looking to lease a 2006 or 07 997 Cab. Non S car. Looking at 24 or 36 mos, 10K annual miles. What should I be paying. Minimum down. 24mos - Dealer is hitting me at .73 resid on an 07, money factor of .00365. Thanks, Bill

38,515Since you are new to the world of leasing, I can at least point you in the direction of some articles that are available here on Edmunds.com that will help you understand how it works. You definitely should check them out prior to visiting any dealers: 10 Steps to Leasing a New Car and Calculate Your Own Lease Payment.

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3I have a 2007 C2S Coupe Tiptronic arriving at a dealership later this week and wanted to do some homework on residuals and competitive lease rates before I arrive at the dealership to finalize. I tried to obtain a quote from LeaseWizard, but they replied that ALG hasn't posted residuals for the 2007 models as of yet. Does anybody have access to this information and may be able to post?

I am looking at leasing for either 36 or 48 months with 15,000 (maybe 12K).

Thanks for any assistance!

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P.S. I had to delete your original post because it contained masked profanity, which violates the Edmunds.com Forums' membership agreement.

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7What are the residuals for a 2006 C4 cab manual vs a 2007 C4 cab manual 36 and 48 month with 12,000 miles. I am able to get about $10000 off the 2006 so figuring if its worth leasing that instead of a 2007.

Thanks

48For example

2006 C4, MSRP $95K, Sell $85K, Residual 54%

2007 C4, MSRP $95K, Sell $92K, Residual 62%

If you run the numbers the lease payments are about the same. For me, the conclusion was to build a 2007 car exactly how I want it ($87K) and get $2-$3K off MSRP. The payment is about the same as as if I got a discounted 2006 car with many options I do not want.

I hope this is useful info.

1218Residual is 57%. $0 down.

Is this a fair monthly payment?

Thanks in advance.

112181211214882007 911 Carrera Coupe

6 speed

only options are floor mats and arctic silver metallic paint

US Bank Finance Company

0.00202 Money Factor

$41,440.00 Residual

$71,281.38 Selling Price

$74,000 MSRP

15k mi/year

36 mos

$1,163/month, tax already included

Did I get a good deal here?

Looks like I benefited from the lower money factor.

I was considering the Cayman S but the payments were coming in at the $1,061 range (because of the much lower residual on that car). I figured I'd go ahead and spend an extra $100/month for the 911 but of course the options are minimal compared to the Cayman S.

Any thoughts would be much appreciated. Thanks for all the help so far!

48How did you end up with US Bank? Did you go through a lease company or direct?

8The dealer was the one who selected US Bank. He compared US Bank vs Porsche financing. I could have used Porsche financing with the same monthly payment but the residual was higher (60%) so if I decide to buy the car at the end of the lease, it will be to my benefit to go with US Bank. The Porsche financing money factor was .0031.

If I were to use Porsche financing the sell price would have been $67,500, an 8.78% discount which is consistent with the discount percentages users here are seeing.

Also my tax rate was 7.25% since I'm in Ventura County, California.

12148I found that leasecompare.com quotes tend to be in this range. i.e. much lower residual value but much better MF. The payment comes out about the same as the current Porsche program.

8I must admit though, it was tough finding a lightly equipped 911; as we all know, Porsche options are quite pricey.

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8$71,281.38 Selling Price

US Bank Finance Company

0.00202 Money Factor

$41,440.00 Residual

$74,000 MSRP

15k mi/year

36 mos

$1,163/month, tax (7.25%) already included

Thanks!