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Looking at Leasing a Macan

jstein333jstein333 Baltimore MDPosts: 1
edited October 2018 in Porsche
My wife and I live in Baltimore, and she needs a new SUV to lease and likes the new Macan a lot. I want to lease it for 36 months with 7.5miles a year, and $0 down. The problem is I don't think the budget will allow it. I'm trying to find a lease around $600. My wife and I really like the Macan, even its base model and 2.0L 4 cylinder, and want to know if its possible to lease one around $600. Thanks!

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 104,494
    jstein333 said:

    My wife and I live in Baltimore, and she needs a new SUV to lease and likes the new Macan a lot. I want to lease it for 36 months with 7.5miles a year, and $0 down. The problem is I don't think the budget will allow it. I'm trying to find a lease around $600. My wife and I really like the Macan, even its base model and 2.0L 4 cylinder, and want to know if its possible to lease one around $600. Thanks!

    .00250 MF and 62% residual for 36/7.5K

    Some basic assumptions
    $60K MSRP
    $58K selling price
    + $995 acq.fee
    + $3300 sales tax
    = $62300 adjusted CAP

    $946/mo. with 1st payment and DMV/doc due at signing.

    As you can see, even if my assumptions are pretty far off, you are never getting close to $600/mo.

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