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"AcuraLease" question

hms1hms1 Posts: 18
edited July 2018 in Acura
On an "AcuraLease" is the lease based strictly on MSRP or can price be negotiated.

HMS
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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 104,425
    hms1 said:

    On an "AcuraLease" is the lease based strictly on MSRP or can price be negotiated.

    HMS

    I'm not sure what you mean by "AcuraLease".

    No matter what you mean, only the residual percentage is based on MSRP.

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  • hms1hms1 Posts: 18
    By "AcuraLease" I'm referring to the leases Acura publishes in their ads that include all the terms.
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