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Current Lease Rates

jfertljfertl Posts: 36
edited May 7 in Porsche
Can you please provide the current lease rates for a 2019 911 convertible for 36 months /7500 miles and 39 months /7500 miles in Illinois. Also please indicate whether there are any current incentives. Thank you.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,432
    jfertl said:

    Can you please provide the current lease rates for a 2019 911 convertible for 36 months /7500 miles and 39 months /7500 miles in Illinois. Also please indicate whether there are any current incentives. Thank you.

    .00290 MF
    63%/61% residual

    No incentives

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  • 702cars702cars Posts: 8
    Can I get residual and money factor for 2018 and 2019 Carrera Coupe/Carrera T for 36 months/10k miles. Thank You
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    702cars said:

    Can I get residual and money factor for 2018 and 2019 Carrera Coupe/Carrera T for 36 months/10k miles. Thank You

    .00290 MF
    I don't see a Carrera Coupe
    Carrera T - 60% for 2019, 47% for 2018

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,432
    702cars said:

    Can I get residual and money factor for 2018 and 2019 Carrera Coupe/Carrera T for 36 months/10k miles. Thank You

    C2 Coupe
    .00290 MF
    62%/49% residual for 2019/2018 model

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  • butterflystrokebutterflystroke PhoenixPosts: 3
    Hi there. I'm interested in a 2019 Porsche 911 4s cabriolet with an msrp of $130k. was wondering what the residual value was, and whether I can avoid interest by prepaying the lease in its entirety.

    thx
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199

    Hi there. I'm interested in a 2019 Porsche 911 4s cabriolet with an msrp of $130k. was wondering what the residual value was, and whether I can avoid interest by prepaying the lease in its entirety.

    thx

    What lease term and how many miles per year?

    Porsche may have a one-pay program, but you won't avoid interest, just pay less of it.

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  • butterflystrokebutterflystroke PhoenixPosts: 3
    12k/yr 3 year lease.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,432

    12k/yr 3 year lease.

    .00290 MF and 57% residual

    Don't have the money factor reduction for single pay, but it's likely in the .00080-.00100 reduction area.

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  • butterflystrokebutterflystroke PhoenixPosts: 3
    7% interest is pretty steep considering i have an 850 fico score. so paying it all up front would bring would only reduce my interest to 4% if i gave them a check for $50k? sounds crazy to me.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199

    7% interest is pretty steep considering i have an 850 fico score. so paying it all up front would bring would only reduce my interest to 4% if i gave them a check for $50k? sounds crazy to me.

    You gotta pay to play. Porsches will never be an inexpensive lease.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,432

    7% interest is pretty steep considering i have an 850 fico score. so paying it all up front would bring would only reduce my interest to 4% if i gave them a check for $50k? sounds crazy to me.

    The bank leases you the car... they pay the full selling price for it. So, while your depreciation might be $50K, the bank is out $130K (or whatever) to buy the car. Even if you paid all the depreciation upfront, there would still be finance charges on that other $80K.

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  • bongjamesbongjames Posts: 10
    2019 911T, 36 or 24 months, 5000miles, 92648. Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    bongjames said:

    2019 911T, 36 or 24 months, 5000miles, 92648. Thanks

    .00290 and 69% (24/5) or 62% (36/5)

    Seems like an expensive way to drive 400 miles each month.

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  • bongjamesbongjames Posts: 10
    Yes it is. How about 7500 or 10kmiles per year for the 24/36?

    Thanks
    Michaell said:

    bongjames said:

    2019 911T, 36 or 24 months, 5000miles, 92648. Thanks

    .00290 and 69% (24/5) or 62% (36/5)

    Seems like an expensive way to drive 400 miles each month.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    bongjames said:

    Yes it is. How about 7500 or 10kmiles per year for the 24/36?

    Thanks

    Michaell said:

    bongjames said:

    2019 911T, 36 or 24 months, 5000miles, 92648. Thanks

    .00290 and 69% (24/5) or 62% (36/5)

    Seems like an expensive way to drive 400 miles each month.
    Subtract 1% / 2%, respectively.

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  • miazdamiazda Posts: 5
    What is the MF/RV for a 2018 911 GTS used with 1500 miles? 7500 miles a year. 24/36 term. Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    miazda said:

    What is the MF/RV for a 2018 911 GTS used with 1500 miles? 7500 miles a year. 24/36 term. Thanks!

    What is your ZIP code?

    Is there a GTS trim for the 911? Or did you mean GT3?

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  • miazdamiazda Posts: 5
    Michaell said:

    miazda said:

    What is the MF/RV for a 2018 911 GTS used with 1500 miles? 7500 miles a year. 24/36 term. Thanks!

    What is your ZIP code?

    Is there a GTS trim for the 911? Or did you mean GT3?
    Yes, GTS. 76051
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,432
    miazda said:

    Michaell said:

    miazda said:

    What is the MF/RV for a 2018 911 GTS used with 1500 miles? 7500 miles a year. 24/36 term. Thanks!

    What is your ZIP code?

    Is there a GTS trim for the 911? Or did you mean GT3?
    Yes, GTS. 76051
    Sorry, but we no longer show any lease programs for the 2018 models.

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  • acquit808acquit808 Posts: 6
    edited September 6
    I'm looking at a 2018 911 GTS 4 CPO with 1,800 miles which will be registered in Hawaii. The lease term given to me cap cost 123,750, 48/5 MF .0031, residual of 58%, $3,500 cap cost reduction and $1,843 a month including tax.

    Seemed really expensive to me with a MF of .0031, especially at 48 months.

    I have not heard back yet on the rates for 27 or 36 month term.

    What are the ideal rates I should be shooting for?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,432
    acquit808 said:

    I'm looking at a 2018 911 GTS 4 CPO with 1,800 miles which will be registered in Hawaii. The lease term given to me cap cost 123,750, 48/5 MF .0031, residual of 58%, $3,500 cap cost reduction and $1,843 a month including tax.

    Seemed really expensive to me with a MF of .0031, especially at 48 months.

    I have not heard back yet on the rates for 27 or 36 month term.

    What are the ideal rates I should be shooting for?

    We don't have any CPO lease info.

    Last we saw the standard rate for PFS, it was .00290, so not far off their number.

    I agree.. $1843/mo is a lot to lease a $123K car, but the ratio is typical for a Porsche.

    $4.50 per mile... :o

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  • Thanks for the info. I'm going to pass on this one. $4.50 per mile makes my 2003 911 look better and better.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,432
    acquit808 said:

    Thanks for the info. I'm going to pass on this one. $4.50 per mile makes my 2003 911 look better and better.

    Yeah... I bet.

    Wish I still had my '84 Targa. ;)
    (sold it 25 years ago)

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