2019 Toyota Sienna XLE (w/ NAVI&RES)

MyPhamilyValuesMyPhamilyValues Member Posts: 21
edited March 2019 in Toyota
What's the MF, Residual, and Lease Credits for the following:

2019 Toyota Sienna XLE (with NAV&RES)

2019 Toyota Sienna XLE (without NAV&RES)

Terms: 36-mos, 12k mi/yr
Zip: 95111

Thanks
JP

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 183,121

    What's the MF, Residual, and Lease Credits for the following:

    2019 Toyota Sienna XLE (with NAV&RES)

    2019 Toyota Sienna XLE (without NAV&RES)

    Terms: 36-mos, 12k mi/yr
    Zip: 95111

    Thanks
    JP

    FWD or AWD?

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  • MyPhamilyValuesMyPhamilyValues Member Posts: 21
    FWD
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 183,121

    What's the MF, Residual, and Lease Credits for the following:

    2019 Toyota Sienna XLE (with NAV&RES)

    2019 Toyota Sienna XLE (without NAV&RES)

    Terms: 36-mos, 12k mi/yr
    Zip: 95111

    Thanks
    JP

    FWD

    .00077 and 55%

    If the Nav/RES are part of the XLE Premium package, then the residual drops to 52%

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  • MyPhamilyValuesMyPhamilyValues Member Posts: 21
    That MF is much lower than that of the Odyssey. Is that a special rate for the month?

    I'm comparing the estimated leases for 2019 Sienna XLE Base and 2019 Odyssey EX-L Base, both with Edmunds TMV of about $34k. However, the est. monthly lease payments for the Toyota are significantly higher than the Honda - about $525 vs. about $385. Given the better MF, why is Toyota so much higher? Is it the residual? (Toyota=55%, Honda=60%)
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 183,121

    That MF is much lower than that of the Odyssey. Is that a special rate for the month?

    I'm comparing the estimated leases for 2019 Sienna XLE Base and 2019 Odyssey EX-L Base, both with Edmunds TMV of about $34k. However, the est. monthly lease payments for the Toyota are significantly higher than the Honda - about $525 vs. about $385. Given the better MF, why is Toyota so much higher? Is it the residual? (Toyota=55%, Honda=60%)

    The residual accounts for some of the payment difference.

    But, $140/mo is a big difference. See if you can get all of the numbers for each quote, then we can compare.

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  • MyPhamilyValuesMyPhamilyValues Member Posts: 21
    I actually got these numbers from Edmunds lease offers page. I think they are just estimates and not sure what the details were used to calculate.

    I think I'm ready to make a deal. Normally when buying (loan), I would field offers from the internet sales managers of my local dealerships then pick the best one. How should I approach this when it comes to leasing?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 183,121

    I actually got these numbers from Edmunds lease offers page. I think they are just estimates and not sure what the details were used to calculate.

    I think I'm ready to make a deal. Normally when buying (loan), I would field offers from the internet sales managers of my local dealerships then pick the best one. How should I approach this when it comes to leasing?

    Same approach will work, but be up front about your desire to lease. Your goal is to obtain the best price.

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  • MyPhamilyValuesMyPhamilyValues Member Posts: 21
    So assuming the same selling price and no incentives, would you rather lean towards the Honda (MF=.00139,RV=60%) or the Toyota (MF=.00077,RV=55%)?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 183,121

    So assuming the same selling price and no incentives, would you rather lean towards the Honda (MF=.00139,RV=60%) or the Toyota (MF=.00077,RV=55%)?

    I'd lean towards the vehicle I'd be happy driving for the next 3 years.

    I don't make decisions with other people's money. :smile:

    And, I've never owned a minivan - my wife always preferred to have an SUV.

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  • MyPhamilyValuesMyPhamilyValues Member Posts: 21
    haha. Of course.
    What I meant was - which would normally result in a better deal / negotiating leverage?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 183,121

    haha. Of course.
    What I meant was - which would normally result in a better deal / negotiating leverage?

    I can't answer that.

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  • MyPhamilyValuesMyPhamilyValues Member Posts: 21
    OK. Thanks for the feedback Michaell.
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