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2019 VW Jetta GLI Lease Pricing

dcan87dcan87 NCPosts: 13
edited July 28 in Volkswagen
Can I get the MF, residual, and lease credits for:

Zip code 27591
2019 Jetta GLI (All trims), Auto
36mos/10k or 36mos/12k (maybe 48/12 if its a huge difference)

thank you!
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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597
    dcan87 said:

    Can I get the MF, residual, and lease credits for:

    Zip code 27591
    2019 Jetta GLI (All trims), Auto
    36mos/10k or 36mos/12k (maybe 48/12 if its a huge difference)

    thank you!

    36/12 - .00104 and 53%
    48/12 - .00154 and 46%
    $500 incentive

    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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  • CGH1988CGH1988 Posts: 22
    I would like to know the mf and residuals for a GLI Autobahn for 24/15 24/12 and 36/15 36/12 in zip code 33433. Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597
    CGH1988 said:

    I would like to know the mf and residuals for a GLI Autobahn for 24/15 24/12 and 36/15 36/12 in zip code 33433. Thanks

    .00104 and 58% (24/15) or 51% (36/15)
    $350 incentives

    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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    2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • idgystinks1idgystinks1 Posts: 37
    GLI 35th
    3/36 Lease Money Factor, RV, cash? 65536
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597

    GLI 35th
    3/36 Lease Money Factor, RV, cash? 65536

    .00104 and 53%
    $700 incentives

    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

  • idgystinks1idgystinks1 Posts: 37
    thank you very much
  • armandoferrariarmandoferrari MiamiPosts: 11
    edited August 8
    I have gotten two quotes, and copied the post from a different thread (that was closed) below for context. It doesn't seem like these are very good deals in either case. They refused to provide me the numbers used to calculate the lease payments.

    First quote - from a lease broker:
    1360 out of pocket (includes 1st month) and $415 p/ month including tax

    Second quote - from a dealership:
    Only first month out of pocket and $477 p/ month including tax (they just called me and left a voicemail as I was typing this. LOL. Will call them back to see what's up) update: just calling to see how the service was.

    What are your thoughts on these two deals? Considering the advertised prices I see on most of the dealerships websites, the MSRP, the MF, and Residual, i'm hoping to be closer to $390 with $0 down once all the fees get rolled in. Is that feasible? (The $340 below + fees and taxes.)


    "armandoferrari said:
    Hello - I'd like to make sure I understand the math correctly before going in to negotiate my lease.

    Zip: 33126
    GLI 35 Edition Automatic
    36 months. 12k miles p/ year.

    Assuming the MF and Residuals are the same for the example below:
    MF .00104
    Residual 54%
    (please correct if not up-to-date)

    Cap Cost 26078.00
    MSRP 29010.00
    Money Factor 0.00104
    Residual % 54%
    Residual Value 15665.40
    Depreciation 10412.60
    % 2.496
    Rent Charge 1562.87
    Payment 332.65
    Total W/ Tax 355.94

    Is this correct? Just checking if the Residual value is calculated off the MSRP (like above) or if it should be off the Cap Cost.

    Also - would a MF of .00104 and Residual of 54% for 36/12 be considered fair, good, great deal? Are these MF and Residual figures determined by the Edmunds community by assessing trends, or is there some kind of data from blue-book or something? I'm trying to understand if this would be like the rock bottom price a dealership would offer (barely making even, assuming they offer their advertised sale price), or is this the median range of where I should be? Or is this the higher end?

    Sorry if this is alot to ask, just trying to get a more rounded understanding of all aspects in play here.

    Thank you.

    53% for 36/12
    Residual is based on the MSRP

    With the different RV, I get $340/mo plus tax.

    Our MF and RV data is confidential, but accurate.

    We don't track pricing; use this link to help:
    https://www.edmunds.com/tmv.html
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597

    I have gotten two quotes, and copied the post from a different thread (that was closed) below for context. It doesn't seem like these are very good deals in either case. They refused to provide me the numbers used to calculate the lease payments.

    First quote - from a lease broker:
    1360 out of pocket (includes 1st month) and $415 p/ month including tax

    Second quote - from a dealership:
    Only first month out of pocket and $477 p/ month including tax (they just called me and left a voicemail as I was typing this. LOL. Will call them back to see what's up) update: just calling to see how the service was.

    What are your thoughts on these two deals? Considering the advertised prices I see on most of the dealerships websites, the MSRP, the MF, and Residual, i'm hoping to be closer to $390 with $0 down once all the fees get rolled in. Is that feasible? (The $340 below + fees and taxes.)


    "armandoferrari said:
    Hello - I'd like to make sure I understand the math correctly before going in to negotiate my lease.

    Zip: 33126
    GLI 35 Edition Automatic
    36 months. 12k miles p/ year.

    Assuming the MF and Residuals are the same for the example below:
    MF .00104
    Residual 54%
    (please correct if not up-to-date)

    Cap Cost 26078.00
    MSRP 29010.00
    Money Factor 0.00104
    Residual % 54%
    Residual Value 15665.40
    Depreciation 10412.60
    % 2.496
    Rent Charge 1562.87
    Payment 332.65
    Total W/ Tax 355.94

    Is this correct? Just checking if the Residual value is calculated off the MSRP (like above) or if it should be off the Cap Cost.

    Also - would a MF of .00104 and Residual of 54% for 36/12 be considered fair, good, great deal? Are these MF and Residual figures determined by the Edmunds community by assessing trends, or is there some kind of data from blue-book or something? I'm trying to understand if this would be like the rock bottom price a dealership would offer (barely making even, assuming they offer their advertised sale price), or is this the median range of where I should be? Or is this the higher end?

    Sorry if this is alot to ask, just trying to get a more rounded understanding of all aspects in play here.

    Thank you.

    53% for 36/12
    Residual is based on the MSRP

    With the different RV, I get $340/mo plus tax.

    Our MF and RV data is confidential, but accurate.

    We don't track pricing; use this link to help:
    https://www.edmunds.com/tmv.html

    Remember, the broker has to make money somewhere in your deal.

    My calculations simply used the numbers you gave me. I don't know if they included or excluded any taxes or fees. The adjusted cap cost is the number you need, and an accounting of how they arrived at it from the selling price.

    Keep asking questions until you are satisfied with the answers. Dealers who play "hide the number" don't get my business.

    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

  • armandoferrariarmandoferrari MiamiPosts: 11
    Michaell said:

    I have gotten two quotes, and copied the post from a different thread (that was closed) below for context. It doesn't seem like these are very good deals in either case. They refused to provide me the numbers used to calculate the lease payments.

    First quote - from a lease broker:
    1360 out of pocket (includes 1st month) and $415 p/ month including tax

    Second quote - from a dealership:
    Only first month out of pocket and $477 p/ month including tax (they just called me and left a voicemail as I was typing this. LOL. Will call them back to see what's up) update: just calling to see how the service was.

    What are your thoughts on these two deals? Considering the advertised prices I see on most of the dealerships websites, the MSRP, the MF, and Residual, i'm hoping to be closer to $390 with $0 down once all the fees get rolled in. Is that feasible? (The $340 below + fees and taxes.)


    "armandoferrari said:
    Hello - I'd like to make sure I understand the math correctly before going in to negotiate my lease.

    Zip: 33126
    GLI 35 Edition Automatic
    36 months. 12k miles p/ year.

    Assuming the MF and Residuals are the same for the example below:
    MF .00104
    Residual 54%
    (please correct if not up-to-date)

    Cap Cost 26078.00
    MSRP 29010.00
    Money Factor 0.00104
    Residual % 54%
    Residual Value 15665.40
    Depreciation 10412.60
    % 2.496
    Rent Charge 1562.87
    Payment 332.65
    Total W/ Tax 355.94

    Is this correct? Just checking if the Residual value is calculated off the MSRP (like above) or if it should be off the Cap Cost.

    Also - would a MF of .00104 and Residual of 54% for 36/12 be considered fair, good, great deal? Are these MF and Residual figures determined by the Edmunds community by assessing trends, or is there some kind of data from blue-book or something? I'm trying to understand if this would be like the rock bottom price a dealership would offer (barely making even, assuming they offer their advertised sale price), or is this the median range of where I should be? Or is this the higher end?

    Sorry if this is alot to ask, just trying to get a more rounded understanding of all aspects in play here.

    Thank you.

    53% for 36/12
    Residual is based on the MSRP

    With the different RV, I get $340/mo plus tax.

    Our MF and RV data is confidential, but accurate.

    We don't track pricing; use this link to help:
    https://www.edmunds.com/tmv.html

    Remember, the broker has to make money somewhere in your deal.

    My calculations simply used the numbers you gave me. I don't know if they included or excluded any taxes or fees. The adjusted cap cost is the number you need, and an accounting of how they arrived at it from the selling price.

    Keep asking questions until you are satisfied with the answers. Dealers who play "hide the number" don't get my business.
    What would the MF and Residual be for 39/12 instead?
    33126

    Thanks.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 128,067

    Michaell said:

    I have gotten two quotes, and copied the post from a different thread (that was closed) below for context. It doesn't seem like these are very good deals in either case. They refused to provide me the numbers used to calculate the lease payments.

    First quote - from a lease broker:
    1360 out of pocket (includes 1st month) and $415 p/ month including tax

    Second quote - from a dealership:
    Only first month out of pocket and $477 p/ month including tax (they just called me and left a voicemail as I was typing this. LOL. Will call them back to see what's up) update: just calling to see how the service was.

    What are your thoughts on these two deals? Considering the advertised prices I see on most of the dealerships websites, the MSRP, the MF, and Residual, i'm hoping to be closer to $390 with $0 down once all the fees get rolled in. Is that feasible? (The $340 below + fees and taxes.)


    "armandoferrari said:
    Hello - I'd like to make sure I understand the math correctly before going in to negotiate my lease.

    Zip: 33126
    GLI 35 Edition Automatic
    36 months. 12k miles p/ year.

    Assuming the MF and Residuals are the same for the example below:
    MF .00104
    Residual 54%
    (please correct if not up-to-date)

    Cap Cost 26078.00
    MSRP 29010.00
    Money Factor 0.00104
    Residual % 54%
    Residual Value 15665.40
    Depreciation 10412.60
    % 2.496
    Rent Charge 1562.87
    Payment 332.65
    Total W/ Tax 355.94

    Is this correct? Just checking if the Residual value is calculated off the MSRP (like above) or if it should be off the Cap Cost.

    Also - would a MF of .00104 and Residual of 54% for 36/12 be considered fair, good, great deal? Are these MF and Residual figures determined by the Edmunds community by assessing trends, or is there some kind of data from blue-book or something? I'm trying to understand if this would be like the rock bottom price a dealership would offer (barely making even, assuming they offer their advertised sale price), or is this the median range of where I should be? Or is this the higher end?

    Sorry if this is alot to ask, just trying to get a more rounded understanding of all aspects in play here.

    Thank you.

    53% for 36/12
    Residual is based on the MSRP

    With the different RV, I get $340/mo plus tax.

    Our MF and RV data is confidential, but accurate.

    We don't track pricing; use this link to help:
    https://www.edmunds.com/tmv.html

    Remember, the broker has to make money somewhere in your deal.

    My calculations simply used the numbers you gave me. I don't know if they included or excluded any taxes or fees. The adjusted cap cost is the number you need, and an accounting of how they arrived at it from the selling price.

    Keep asking questions until you are satisfied with the answers. Dealers who play "hide the number" don't get my business.
    What would the MF and Residual be for 39/12 instead?
    33126

    Thanks.
    .00104 MF and 51% residual

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • DrVDUBDrVDUB Posts: 3
    Hey fellow GLI fans,

    On an Autobahn Automatic and GLI 35th Automatic, what would the MF, Residual and Incentives be for ZIP 92705 on 36/10k and 36/12k?

    Thanks in advance and continue being awesome,
    Dr. Vdub
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 128,067
    DrVDUB said:

    Hey fellow GLI fans,

    On an Autobahn Automatic and GLI 35th Automatic, what would the MF, Residual and Incentives be for ZIP 92705 on 36/10k and 36/12k?

    Thanks in advance and continue being awesome,
    Dr. Vdub

    36/12
    .00104 MF and 53% residual
    $350 dealer lease cash
    Either trim

    $500 bonus cash on 35th only.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • DrVDUBDrVDUB Posts: 3
    Thank you @kyfdx

    Much appreciated!
  • DrVDUBDrVDUB Posts: 3
    Meant to ask, can you give me the MF, RV and incentives for the S trim in 92705? Thanks again!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 128,067
    edited August 13

    kyfdx said:

    kyfdx said:

    DrVDUB said:

    Meant to ask, can you give me the MF, RV and incentives for the S trim in 92705? Thanks again!



    There is a Jetta S trim and and GLI S trim. You mean the GLI S trim is considered the same as the Jetta and has the same MF?
    No... I gave numbers for the regular Jetta, not the GLI

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 128,067
    DrVDUB said:

    Meant to ask, can you give me the MF, RV and incentives for the S trim in 92705? Thanks again!

    S trim has same numbers as Autobahn

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • armandoferrariarmandoferrari MiamiPosts: 11
    kyfdx said:

    Michaell said:

    I have gotten two quotes, and copied the post from a different thread (that was closed) below for context. It doesn't seem like these are very good deals in either case. They refused to provide me the numbers used to calculate the lease payments.

    First quote - from a lease broker:
    1360 out of pocket (includes 1st month) and $415 p/ month including tax

    Second quote - from a dealership:
    Only first month out of pocket and $477 p/ month including tax (they just called me and left a voicemail as I was typing this. LOL. Will call them back to see what's up) update: just calling to see how the service was.

    What are your thoughts on these two deals? Considering the advertised prices I see on most of the dealerships websites, the MSRP, the MF, and Residual, i'm hoping to be closer to $390 with $0 down once all the fees get rolled in. Is that feasible? (The $340 below + fees and taxes.)


    "armandoferrari said:
    Hello - I'd like to make sure I understand the math correctly before going in to negotiate my lease.

    Zip: 33126
    GLI 35 Edition Automatic
    36 months. 12k miles p/ year.

    Assuming the MF and Residuals are the same for the example below:
    MF .00104
    Residual 54%
    (please correct if not up-to-date)

    Cap Cost 26078.00
    MSRP 29010.00
    Money Factor 0.00104
    Residual % 54%
    Residual Value 15665.40
    Depreciation 10412.60
    % 2.496
    Rent Charge 1562.87
    Payment 332.65
    Total W/ Tax 355.94

    Is this correct? Just checking if the Residual value is calculated off the MSRP (like above) or if it should be off the Cap Cost.

    Also - would a MF of .00104 and Residual of 54% for 36/12 be considered fair, good, great deal? Are these MF and Residual figures determined by the Edmunds community by assessing trends, or is there some kind of data from blue-book or something? I'm trying to understand if this would be like the rock bottom price a dealership would offer (barely making even, assuming they offer their advertised sale price), or is this the median range of where I should be? Or is this the higher end?

    Sorry if this is alot to ask, just trying to get a more rounded understanding of all aspects in play here.

    Thank you.

    53% for 36/12
    Residual is based on the MSRP

    With the different RV, I get $340/mo plus tax.

    Our MF and RV data is confidential, but accurate.

    We don't track pricing; use this link to help:
    https://www.edmunds.com/tmv.html

    Remember, the broker has to make money somewhere in your deal.

    My calculations simply used the numbers you gave me. I don't know if they included or excluded any taxes or fees. The adjusted cap cost is the number you need, and an accounting of how they arrived at it from the selling price.

    Keep asking questions until you are satisfied with the answers. Dealers who play "hide the number" don't get my business.
    What would the MF and Residual be for 39/12 instead?
    33126

    Thanks.
    .00104 MF and 51% residual
    Was able to get it for $432 tax in and $568 down. Includes my 3 remaining payments of $354.

    Thanks for all the help.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597

    kyfdx said:

    Michaell said:

    I have gotten two quotes, and copied the post from a different thread (that was closed) below for context. It doesn't seem like these are very good deals in either case. They refused to provide me the numbers used to calculate the lease payments.

    First quote - from a lease broker:
    1360 out of pocket (includes 1st month) and $415 p/ month including tax

    Second quote - from a dealership:
    Only first month out of pocket and $477 p/ month including tax (they just called me and left a voicemail as I was typing this. LOL. Will call them back to see what's up) update: just calling to see how the service was.

    What are your thoughts on these two deals? Considering the advertised prices I see on most of the dealerships websites, the MSRP, the MF, and Residual, i'm hoping to be closer to $390 with $0 down once all the fees get rolled in. Is that feasible? (The $340 below + fees and taxes.)


    "armandoferrari said:
    Hello - I'd like to make sure I understand the math correctly before going in to negotiate my lease.

    Zip: 33126
    GLI 35 Edition Automatic
    36 months. 12k miles p/ year.

    Assuming the MF and Residuals are the same for the example below:
    MF .00104
    Residual 54%
    (please correct if not up-to-date)

    Cap Cost 26078.00
    MSRP 29010.00
    Money Factor 0.00104
    Residual % 54%
    Residual Value 15665.40
    Depreciation 10412.60
    % 2.496
    Rent Charge 1562.87
    Payment 332.65
    Total W/ Tax 355.94

    Is this correct? Just checking if the Residual value is calculated off the MSRP (like above) or if it should be off the Cap Cost.

    Also - would a MF of .00104 and Residual of 54% for 36/12 be considered fair, good, great deal? Are these MF and Residual figures determined by the Edmunds community by assessing trends, or is there some kind of data from blue-book or something? I'm trying to understand if this would be like the rock bottom price a dealership would offer (barely making even, assuming they offer their advertised sale price), or is this the median range of where I should be? Or is this the higher end?

    Sorry if this is alot to ask, just trying to get a more rounded understanding of all aspects in play here.

    Thank you.

    53% for 36/12
    Residual is based on the MSRP

    With the different RV, I get $340/mo plus tax.

    Our MF and RV data is confidential, but accurate.

    We don't track pricing; use this link to help:
    https://www.edmunds.com/tmv.html

    Remember, the broker has to make money somewhere in your deal.

    My calculations simply used the numbers you gave me. I don't know if they included or excluded any taxes or fees. The adjusted cap cost is the number you need, and an accounting of how they arrived at it from the selling price.

    Keep asking questions until you are satisfied with the answers. Dealers who play "hide the number" don't get my business.
    What would the MF and Residual be for 39/12 instead?
    33126

    Thanks.
    .00104 MF and 51% residual
    Was able to get it for $432 tax in and $568 down. Includes my 3 remaining payments of $354.

    Thanks for all the help.
    Congrats!

    Thanks for the report.

    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

  • Víctor_29Víctor_29 Posts: 1
    edited August 18
    Hello,

    Can I get the MF, residual, and lease credits for:

    Zip code 84065
    2019 Jetta GLI 35 anniversary , Auto
    36mo/10k , 36mo/12k , 48mo/10k , 48mo/12k

    Thank you
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597

    Hello,

    Can I get the MF, residual, and lease credits for:

    Zip code 84065
    2019 Jetta GLI 35 anniversary , Auto
    36mo/10k , 36mo/12k , 48mo/10k , 48mo/12k

    Thank you

    36/12 - .00104 and 53%
    48/12 - .00154 and 46%
    $350 incentives

    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

  • Hi,

    Can I get the MF, residual, etc. ?

    Zip 70817

    2019 Jetta GLI 35th Edition or Autobahn, Automatic

    36mos/12k or 39mos/12k also curious for 36mos/15k or 39mos/15k

    Thank you!
  • NathanCrumbackNathanCrumback Posts: 508
    edited August 20

    Hi,

    Can I get the MF, residual, etc. ?

    Zip 70817

    2019 Jetta GLI 35th Edition or Autobahn, Automatic

    36mos/12k or 39mos/12k also curious for 36mos/15k or 39mos/15k

    Thank you!

    For Autobahn and 35th edition:
    36/12K - 53% residual
    36/15K - 51%
    39/12K - 51%
    39/15K - 49%

    0.00104 MF

    $500 incentive on the 35th Edition, $0 on autobahn
    Edmunds Moderator
  • JIMMYGZJIMMYGZ Posts: 1
    edited August 30

    Hi,

    Can I get the MF, residual, etc. ?

    Zip 70817

    2019 Jetta GLI 35th Edition or Autobahn, Automatic

    36mos/12k or 39mos/12k also curious for 36mos/15k or 39mos/15k

    Thank you!

    For Autobahn and 35th edition:
    36/12K - 53% residual
    36/15K - 51%
    39/12K - 51%
    39/15K - 49%

    0.00104 MF

    $500 incentive on the 35th Edition, $0 on autobahn

    Can I get MF, residual, incentives etc. for 24mo/12k or 10k mi. zip code 10010 for

    2019 Jetta GLI and 2019 Jetta S
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597
    JIMMYGZ said:

    Hi,

    Can I get the MF, residual, etc. ?

    Zip 70817

    2019 Jetta GLI 35th Edition or Autobahn, Automatic

    36mos/12k or 39mos/12k also curious for 36mos/15k or 39mos/15k

    Thank you!

    For Autobahn and 35th edition:
    36/12K - 53% residual
    36/15K - 51%
    39/12K - 51%
    39/15K - 49%

    0.00104 MF

    $500 incentive on the 35th Edition, $0 on autobahn

    Can I get MF, residual, incentives etc. for 24mo/12k or 10k mi. zip code 10010 for

    2019 Jetta GLI and 2019 Jetta S
    24/12
    GLI - .00104 and 60%; $850 lease cash
    S - .00001 and 58%; $450 lease cash

    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

  • WooliestLionWooliestLion DallasPosts: 3
    edited August 31
    Hi, can I get the MF, residual and incentives for 36 month/15k miles for a GLI S or 35th edition for zip code 75039? Thank you!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 128,067

    Hi, can I get the MF, residual and incentives for 36 month/15k miles for a GLI S or 35th edition for zip code 75039? Thank you!

    .00104 MF and 51% residual
    $350 dealer lease cash

    $500 customer bonus on 35th ED only

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • malexmmalexm CaliforniaPosts: 9
    Can I get the numbers for ZIP 92646, Jetta GLI 35th Anniversary 36 / 10k and 36/12k
    Thank you.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597
    malexm said:

    Can I get the numbers for ZIP 92646, Jetta GLI 35th Anniversary 36 / 10k and 36/12k
    Thank you.

    36/12
    .00086 and 52%
    $1350 incentives

    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

  • R1NLPR1NLP Posts: 1
    Can I get lease numbers for ZIP 77094, Jetta GLI 35th Anniversary 36/10k, 36/12k, 48/10k and 48/12k?
    Thanks very much.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,597
    R1NLP said:

    Can I get lease numbers for ZIP 77094, Jetta GLI 35th Anniversary 36/10k, 36/12k, 48/10k and 48/12k?
    Thanks very much.

    36/12 - .00086 and 52%
    48/12 - .00136 and 45%
    $1750 incentive

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