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2019 Chevrolet Tahoe Lease Deals and Prices

kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,257
edited August 2018 in Chevrolet
Ask your 2019 Tahoe lease questions here! Get info about prices, money factor, deals, incentives, and payments.

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  • cdeed50cdeed50 Posts: 13
    Hi - Can you please provide money factor and residual for 36mos/15k miles for a 2019 Chevy Tahoe LS FW custom edition in MD.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,257
    cdeed50 said:

    Hi - Can you please provide money factor and residual for 36mos/15k miles for a 2019 Chevy Tahoe LS FW custom edition in MD.

    .00217 MF and 57% residual
    $2500 customer incentive

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  • djwdjwdjwdjw Posts: 21
    Can you please provide the mf, residual, and incentives for a 2019 Tahoe Premium Plus awd in TX for both 36/12 and 36/10? Thank you.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,257
    djwdjw said:

    Can you please provide the mf, residual, and incentives for a 2019 Tahoe Premium Plus awd in TX for both 36/12 and 36/10? Thank you.

    Premier?

    36/12
    .00217 MF and 53% residual
    $2000 customer incentive

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  • djwdjwdjwdjw Posts: 21
    edited October 2018
    kyfdx said:

    djwdjw said:

    Can you please provide the mf, residual, and incentives for a 2019 Tahoe Premium Plus awd in TX for both 36/12 and 36/10? Thank you.

    Premier?

    36/12
    .00217 MF and 53% residual
    $2000 customer incentive
    Sorry, yest they call this trim level "Premier Plus". Is there also a 36/10 option?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,837
    djwdjw said:

    kyfdx said:

    djwdjw said:

    Can you please provide the mf, residual, and incentives for a 2019 Tahoe Premium Plus awd in TX for both 36/12 and 36/10? Thank you.

    Premier?

    36/12
    .00217 MF and 53% residual
    $2000 customer incentive
    Sorry, yest they call this trim level "Premier Plus". Is there also a 36/10 option?
    54% residual

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  • 2019 Chevy Tahoe, in Summit White, LT package, 4WD, 5.3L engine, Black leather interior, Luxury Package, 2nd row Captain Seats, nothing special on the wheels or other trims. From NJ and looking for 36 month lease with 12k miles. Can you tell me what I can expect to pay in a monthly lease with sign and drive/no money down?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,257
    deeeees said:

    2019 Chevy Tahoe, in Summit White, LT package, 4WD, 5.3L engine, Black leather interior, Luxury Package, 2nd row Captain Seats, nothing special on the wheels or other trims. From NJ and looking for 36 month lease with 12k miles. Can you tell me what I can expect to pay in a monthly lease with sign and drive/no money down?

    Sorry, no idea.

    MSRP?
    Proposed sale price?

    .00217 MF and 57% residual
    $3500 customer lease incentive

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  • John_14612John_14612 nyPosts: 2
    edited October 2018
    Looking for MF, residual and incentives on 2019 Tahoe 4WD LS. Zip code 14612 36/10,12&15k miles.
    thank you in advance! 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,837

    Looking for MF, residual and incentives on 2019 Tahoe 4WD LS. Zip code 14612 36/10,12&15k miles.
    thank you in advance! 

    36/15
    .00217 and 57%
    $3500 customer incentive

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  • DHDHDH123DHDHDH123 CAPosts: 25
    Hi. For zip 92130: Please provider MF, RV, incentives for both 2019 LT and Premier; 36/12. Thank you!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,837
    DHDHDH123 said:

    Hi. For zip 92130: Please provider MF, RV, incentives for both 2019 LT and Premier; 36/12. Thank you!

    .00231 and 57% (LT) or 53% (Premier)
    $2000 customer incentive on both

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  • fordcrew23fordcrew23 Posts: 5
    edited November 2018
    Please provide MF, Residual,  and incentives for 2019 Tahoe LS 4wd custom in 11743.  39 months 10k and 36 months 10k.  Thank you.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,837

    Please provide MF, Residual,  and incentives for 2019 Tahoe LS 4wd custom in 11743.  39 months 10k and 36 months 10k.  Thank you.

    .00217 and 60% / 58%
    $3500 customer incentive

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  • Can you please post lease information for Tahoe premier 2wd. 34212 36/15 plus any incentives. Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,837

    Can you please post lease information for Tahoe premier 2wd. 34212 36/15 plus any incentives. Thanks

    .00231 and 51%
    $2000 customer incentive

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  • Can you please post lease information for Tahoe Premier Plus 4WD for 22042 36/12 & 48/12 plus any incentives?

    Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,257
    nelsonto said:

    Can you please post lease information for Tahoe Premier Plus 4WD for 22042 36/12 & 48/12 plus any incentives?

    Thanks!

    .00231 MF and 53% residual
    .00257 MF and 46% residual

    $3500 customer incentive

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  • nelsontonelsonto Posts: 11
    edited November 2018
    Thanks, I can’t make heads or tails of what dealer is quoting me for this 48 mo lease. Sheet says msrp of 77995, net cap of 78246, residual 46% or $35887, MF of .0029875, roll in $10k of neg equity, $7500 down plus first payment of $1277. Did they increase MF to help cover neg equity?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,837
    nelsonto said:

    Thanks, I can’t make heads or tails of what dealer is quoting me for this 48 mo lease. Sheet says msrp of 77995, net cap of 78246, residual 46% or $35887, MF of .0029875, roll in $10k of neg equity, $7500 down plus first payment of $1277. Did they increase MF to help cover neg equity?

    They can increase the MF for extra profit; the negative equity has nothing to do with it.

    Why are you rolling in $10K of negative equity?

    And, the $7500 down would be lost if the car is stolen or totaled.

    For $1200/mo, I could be driving a Range Rover.

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  • All good questions. I drive a 2016 Range Rover now for 1500 per mo (which is not leased) but each month it goes further underwater and unfortunately it’s not a big enough vehicle for my needs now.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,837
    nelsonto said:

    All good questions. I drive a 2016 Range Rover now for 1500 per mo (which is not leased) but each month it goes further underwater and unfortunately it’s not a big enough vehicle for my needs now.

    Ouch. Gonna be expensive to move on to another vehicle, any way you look at it.

    Generally, our advice is to hold on to the car you have; eventually, the negative equity will shrink.

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  • nelsontonelsonto Posts: 11
    edited November 2018
    I figure it will be 2 years before my RR is at a break even point and I am no longer underwater.  If I can save $300 a month over the 2 years by trading now, I will save $7200 over 2 years.  To do that I have to spend $7500 now which seems like somewhat of a wash.  

    Not an expert here and will take all the advice I can get. I won’t ever buy a expensive car again unless I plan on keeping it for the long long term.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,837
    nelsonto said:

    I figure it will be 2 years before my RR is at a break even point and I am no longer underwater.  If I can save $300 a month over the 2 years by trading now, I will save $7200 over 2 years.  To do that I have to spend $7500 now which seems like somewhat of a wash.  

    Not an expert here and will take all the advice I can get. I won’t ever buy a expensive car again unless I plan on keeping it for the long long term.

    I see your logic, but if you wait 24 months, you can save much more than that.

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  • nelsontonelsonto Posts: 11
    edited November 2018
    Because I can negotiate a better deal at that time? Per my previous logic I am going to spend $7500 out of pocket either way - either now or over the next 2 years via higher payments than getting a new vehicle. If I wait for 2 years then I can negotiate a new lease at that time so I would get a lower payment for year 3.

    Although I don’t think these are huge factors I do believe interest rates will be higher and of course the price of vehicles will increase 2 years from now.

    Thank you for your help.  I do really appreciate it as it is hard to get unbiased advice.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,837
    nelsonto said:

    Because I can negotiate a better deal at that time? Per my previous logic I am going to spend $7500 out of pocket either way - either now or over the next 2 years via higher payments than getting a new vehicle. If I wait for 2 years then I can negotiate a new lease at that time so I would get a lower payment for year 3.

    Although I don’t think these are huge factors I do believe interest rates will be higher and of course the price of vehicles will increase 2 years from now.

    Thank you for your help.  I do really appreciate it as it is hard to get unbiased advice.

    Again, your logic is spot on - nobody can predict where interest rates will be 36 months from now. We're already seeing higher MF in the last month or two, across all brands.

    I've got a .00005 MF on my Jetta lease, and it's highly unlikely I'm going to find that again next year when my lease is up.

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  • Thanks, now to find a dealer who will use the correct MF and give me the best price as possible. The current dealer’s deal sheet is awful with tons of acronyms and numbers, destination charges in multiple places, and of course the MF being inflated.
  • JersyboyJersyboy NJPosts: 7
    Good Morning can you please provide for 07652 24/10 and 36/10 on a Tahoe RST 6.2 Premier 4wd. Thank You
  • JersyboyJersyboy NJPosts: 7
    Forgot to ask as well as any incentives. TY.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,257
    Jersyboy said:

    Good Morning can you please provide for 07652 24/10 and 36/10 on a Tahoe RST 6.2 Premier 4wd. Thank You

    Jersyboy said:

    Forgot to ask as well as any incentives. TY.

    .00267 MF and 59% residual
    .00231 MF and 54% residual

    $3500 customer incentive

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