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Looking for first lease - MF & RV on 2019 Compass Latitude?

B5RTB5RT CTPosts: 9
edited June 10 in Jeep
Hi everyone. I'm hoping maybe you can provide some help as I try to get my first lease. I've purchased quite a few cars and consider myself pretty good at it, but I've never leased. I'm looking at picking up a 2019 Jeep Compass Latitude. This would be a Tier 1 borrower in zip code 06716.

I think one thing that will complicate things is that I am going to need to custom order it. I want one with a manual trans and a bunch of options, and nobody has anything close on the lot. From what I understand this is possible, but I will be at the mercy of the incentives available at delivery. This might be a non-starter, but I'd like to at least figure out what type of numbers I can theoretically target before I go any further.

Thanks!

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    B5RT said:

    Hi everyone. I'm hoping maybe you can provide some help as I try to get my first lease. I've purchased quite a few cars and consider myself pretty good at it, but I've never leased. I'm looking at picking up a 2019 Jeep Compass Latitude. This would be a Tier 1 borrower in zip code 06716.

    I think one thing that will complicate things is that I am going to need to custom order it. I want one with a manual trans and a bunch of options, and nobody has anything close on the lot. From what I understand this is possible, but I will be at the mercy of the incentives available at delivery. This might be a non-starter, but I'd like to at least figure out what type of numbers I can theoretically target before I go any further.

    Thanks!

    FWD or AWD?
    What lease term and how many miles per year?

    Not sure how Chrysler handles leases on special orders. You may be able to use the programs currently in place, or you may have to use the programs in place when the car is delivered.

    But, if you are that particular about your needs, you may not have a choice.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • B5RTB5RT CTPosts: 9
    Michaell said:

    B5RT said:

    Hi everyone. I'm hoping maybe you can provide some help as I try to get my first lease. I've purchased quite a few cars and consider myself pretty good at it, but I've never leased. I'm looking at picking up a 2019 Jeep Compass Latitude. This would be a Tier 1 borrower in zip code 06716.

    I think one thing that will complicate things is that I am going to need to custom order it. I want one with a manual trans and a bunch of options, and nobody has anything close on the lot. From what I understand this is possible, but I will be at the mercy of the incentives available at delivery. This might be a non-starter, but I'd like to at least figure out what type of numbers I can theoretically target before I go any further.

    Thanks!

    FWD or AWD?
    What lease term and how many miles per year?

    Not sure how Chrysler handles leases on special orders. You may be able to use the programs currently in place, or you may have to use the programs in place when the car is delivered.

    But, if you are that particular about your needs, you may not have a choice.
    AWD. Looking at 36mos/12k per year, but could potentially get by with 10k if it made for a significant savings.

    I've ordered FCA products in the past and it's always been you get to lock in the the current incentives at time of order but can elect to use the current ones at time of delivery in case they get better. Unfortunately, it sounds like that's not the case with their leases, though,

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    B5RT said:

    Michaell said:

    B5RT said:

    Hi everyone. I'm hoping maybe you can provide some help as I try to get my first lease. I've purchased quite a few cars and consider myself pretty good at it, but I've never leased. I'm looking at picking up a 2019 Jeep Compass Latitude. This would be a Tier 1 borrower in zip code 06716.

    I think one thing that will complicate things is that I am going to need to custom order it. I want one with a manual trans and a bunch of options, and nobody has anything close on the lot. From what I understand this is possible, but I will be at the mercy of the incentives available at delivery. This might be a non-starter, but I'd like to at least figure out what type of numbers I can theoretically target before I go any further.

    Thanks!

    FWD or AWD?
    What lease term and how many miles per year?

    Not sure how Chrysler handles leases on special orders. You may be able to use the programs currently in place, or you may have to use the programs in place when the car is delivered.

    But, if you are that particular about your needs, you may not have a choice.
    AWD. Looking at 36mos/12k per year, but could potentially get by with 10k if it made for a significant savings.

    I've ordered FCA products in the past and it's always been you get to lock in the the current incentives at time of order but can elect to use the current ones at time of delivery in case they get better. Unfortunately, it sounds like that's not the case with their leases, though,

    We have numbers for the Compass Latitude Plus - .00167 and 52%, and $4500 of lease incentives.

    Interesting that you get the choice of programs when you purchase, but not lease. What make you believe that isn't the case?

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


    MODERATOR

    2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • B5RTB5RT CTPosts: 9
    Michaell said:

    B5RT said:

    Michaell said:

    B5RT said:

    Hi everyone. I'm hoping maybe you can provide some help as I try to get my first lease. I've purchased quite a few cars and consider myself pretty good at it, but I've never leased. I'm looking at picking up a 2019 Jeep Compass Latitude. This would be a Tier 1 borrower in zip code 06716.

    I think one thing that will complicate things is that I am going to need to custom order it. I want one with a manual trans and a bunch of options, and nobody has anything close on the lot. From what I understand this is possible, but I will be at the mercy of the incentives available at delivery. This might be a non-starter, but I'd like to at least figure out what type of numbers I can theoretically target before I go any further.

    Thanks!

    FWD or AWD?
    What lease term and how many miles per year?

    Not sure how Chrysler handles leases on special orders. You may be able to use the programs currently in place, or you may have to use the programs in place when the car is delivered.

    But, if you are that particular about your needs, you may not have a choice.
    AWD. Looking at 36mos/12k per year, but could potentially get by with 10k if it made for a significant savings.

    I've ordered FCA products in the past and it's always been you get to lock in the the current incentives at time of order but can elect to use the current ones at time of delivery in case they get better. Unfortunately, it sounds like that's not the case with their leases, though,

    We have numbers for the Compass Latitude Plus - .00167 and 52%, and $4500 of lease incentives.

    Interesting that you get the choice of programs when you purchase, but not lease. What make you believe that isn't the case?
    Thanks. Those numbers sound reasonable, so they should be a good place to start. I was told $4000 in incentives with Chrysler Capital and $4500 with a third-party (Ally, namely).

    The info on locking in the incentives came from my friend who is a sales rep at a dealership. It could be wrong, but he's usually on top of stuff.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    B5RT said:

    Michaell said:

    B5RT said:

    Michaell said:

    B5RT said:

    Hi everyone. I'm hoping maybe you can provide some help as I try to get my first lease. I've purchased quite a few cars and consider myself pretty good at it, but I've never leased. I'm looking at picking up a 2019 Jeep Compass Latitude. This would be a Tier 1 borrower in zip code 06716.

    I think one thing that will complicate things is that I am going to need to custom order it. I want one with a manual trans and a bunch of options, and nobody has anything close on the lot. From what I understand this is possible, but I will be at the mercy of the incentives available at delivery. This might be a non-starter, but I'd like to at least figure out what type of numbers I can theoretically target before I go any further.

    Thanks!

    FWD or AWD?
    What lease term and how many miles per year?

    Not sure how Chrysler handles leases on special orders. You may be able to use the programs currently in place, or you may have to use the programs in place when the car is delivered.

    But, if you are that particular about your needs, you may not have a choice.
    AWD. Looking at 36mos/12k per year, but could potentially get by with 10k if it made for a significant savings.

    I've ordered FCA products in the past and it's always been you get to lock in the the current incentives at time of order but can elect to use the current ones at time of delivery in case they get better. Unfortunately, it sounds like that's not the case with their leases, though,

    We have numbers for the Compass Latitude Plus - .00167 and 52%, and $4500 of lease incentives.

    Interesting that you get the choice of programs when you purchase, but not lease. What make you believe that isn't the case?
    Thanks. Those numbers sound reasonable, so they should be a good place to start. I was told $4000 in incentives with Chrysler Capital and $4500 with a third-party (Ally, namely).

    The info on locking in the incentives came from my friend who is a sales rep at a dealership. It could be wrong, but he's usually on top of stuff.
    Keep us posted. We don't have the Ally or US Bank lease programs, but occasionally they can be better than the CCAP programs.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


    MODERATOR

    2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

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