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2013 and earlier Volkswagen Jetta Lease Questions



  • kevinr51kevinr51 Posts: 2

    What's the current MF, residual on the Sportwagon S manual? 10k/yr, 39 mo?

    Also, are there any incentives for June? loyalty, cash back, etc? Also, it seems there also may be a lease fee. Can you confirm?

  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    You're very welcome donm2303.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi marvelm. Volkswagen Credit's June buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 39-month lease of a 2013 Jetta SportWagen TDI with 12,000 miles per year are .00131 and 54% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    39-months is the way to go because VW is waiving the first month's payment on leases of that length. Don't go with a 36-month lease because you won't get the free payment.

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  • bman18bman18 Posts: 2
    Any help here is appreciated

    I am looking at lease/purchase on 2013 Toureg TDI Exec msrp $60,945 and sales price of 53385 - trading in vehicle with $5000 equity

    I am being quoted $799 for 39 months lease with residual of 27225 with no other cash out of pocket including TT and fees

    Seems high? Any advice?

    Thanks in advance
  • pisaacspisaacs Posts: 6
    edited June 2013
    Hi. I've a 2010 Jetta on a lease which is up in Oct. Some s.o.b. keyed me across both driver side doors and the rear panel. Also someone hit the car in the parking lot which messed up the rear bumper enough to need replacing. A good repair place will fix all for $1200 plus tax. If I just return the car to VW at the end of the lease, how do they handle this situation in general? Or is it best to get the car repaired before bringing it in? In all likelyhood, I will lease another VW.
  • bvdj84bvdj84 Posts: 1,724
    I would advise that you get it fixed. If they fix it, then they will do it at their cost which more than likely will be much higher than finding the best quote for yourself.
  • bvdj84bvdj84 Posts: 1,724
    I am seeking information on a new lease for the Jetta. I am thinking that I should be able to get into a Jetta SEL for around $300 a month, $0 down.

    Is this what I should expect?
  • pisaacspisaacs Posts: 6
    So there would be no hope they would eat the damage to get my further business?
  • silvrfoxxsilvrfoxx Posts: 1
    I am looking into the VW Jetta S lease deal they have going right now of $199/mo and $0 down. Is this a good deal or should I wait? Also, should I take this lease as is, or should I negotiate add ons or lower price?

  • petarpetar Posts: 1
    What is the residual, money factor and incentives on a 24 month Jetta S with 12k miles in SoCal?

    Thanks in advance!
  • rss723rss723 Posts: 4
    edited June 2013
    2013 Jetta GLI Autobahn w/nav

    With Spoiler, rubber matts

    $0 down (just DMV fees)

    12,000 miles

    39 months (sign and drive, first month paid for by VW)

    Monthly payment $375
  • bvdj84bvdj84 Posts: 1,724
    What was your final sale price?

    I am looking at a SEL for my next VW. I will probably be a little lower than your payment. However, now there are many variations of the SEL. They top out around $27,000.
  • rss723rss723 Posts: 4
    Final price was: $27,127
  • rte_hgrte_hg Posts: 1
    I just mentioned to my dealer about your quote as it seemed better than mine overall.

    I got $359 a month with just taxes and DMV down for a:

    GLI autobahn w/o Nav and a 15k mile lease. All else is the same as yours.

    Did you get the manual or automatic with paddle shifters? I got the automatic but I'm thinking of changing to the manual. Gonna test drive later today.
  • rss723rss723 Posts: 4
    Nice! I got the manual - it was a great drive!
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi petar. Through July 8th, Volkswagen Credit's buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2013 Jetta Sedan S with 12,000 miles per year are .00017 and 60% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    Volkswagen us currently providing a $1,250 cash incentive on leases of this car. Make sure to take it into account during your negotiations.

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  • cd_302cd_302 Posts: 1
    Hi rte_hg...could u share a few more details of ur lease numbers (purchase price, residual, etc.). Was the car M/T or A/T DSG? My dealer is quoting me 367 p/month which I feel is a little high (for a 12k mile)...but he just gave me a rough estimate... hoping to make use of recent college grad offer program as well..
  • jknapp86jknapp86 Posts: 1
    If anyone has the current money factor on a 2013 Jetta SE I would really appreciate it; thinking about leasing! Thank you folks!
  • buyrlbuyrl Posts: 7
    I am with you:)
    36K/3yr, 2013 SE with AT. MF and residuals higly appreciated as well as incentives ($1250 nd recent college grad, if there is any other...)
  • buyrlbuyrl Posts: 7
    I could be able to get these numbers from a dealer in Ohio.

    This is for a 36K/3yr, 2013 SE AT with Convenience package.

    The money factor is .00015 residual 52%
    Msrp 22495
    Lease Sale Price 20000
    Acq fee is 625
    Doc and plates 325.5
    Tax is 726.31

    $275 when signing, $275 for 35 months. So it is around $255+plus tax.

    Let me know what you think...
  • buyrlbuyrl Posts: 7
    This is for a 36K/3yr, 2013 SE AT with Convenience package. Location is Northeast Ohio.

    MF .00015
    Residual 52%
    Msrp $22495
    Lease Sale Price $19490.58
    Acq fee $625
    Doc fee $250
    Title and plates $75.5
    Tax 7.75%

    Everything rolled out to 36 equal payments: $267 when signing, $267 for 35 months. So it is around $247.80+ tax. If you are a student recently graduated (or will graduate in coming months) VW is paying for your first payment, so in my case they paid $267.

    Although VW cars have generally mediocre residuals, I think I got a good deal here. Tell me what you think...
  • vistajayvistajay Posts: 4
    Here's what I got for 2013 Jetta TDI Premium sedan. I feel pretty good about the deal and am pumped to pick it up today and start driving it.

    Lease Term in months 36
    Selling Price $ 23,976.00
    Customer Cash Reduction - $ -
    Nissan Acquisition Fee + $ 625.00
    Rebate - $ -
    Trade Allowance - $ -
    Trade Payoff + $ -
    Net Trade $ -
    Adjusted Capitalized Cost = $ 24,601.00

    MSRP $ 26,660.00
    Annual Mileage Allowance 15000
    Residual Percentage 54%
    Residual Value $ 14,396.40
    Money Factor 0.00008
    Base Monthly Payment $ 286.58
    Monthly Use Tax $ 25.79 9.00%
    Total Monthly Payment $ 312.37

    Amount Due at start
    1st Payment $ 312.37
    Registration + $ 153.00
    Cap Reduction Tax + $ - 9.00%
    Customer Cash Reduction + $ -
    Total Amount Due at Start = $ 465.37
  • bvdj84bvdj84 Posts: 1,724
    Nice deal!! See I knew that when the dealer mentioned to me that it would be around $400 a month on an SE, it was outrageous!

    I am currently paying $350 a month flat for a 2011 Jetta SE with roof. 12k a year and it was $0 down. It was a 4 year lease. I am needing to think about trading early due to my mileage getting so high. Its been a tough year.

    I think that even $350 for the car is a little high. This payment does have some negative equity from a G6 lease before. This time around I should be in a better position than the G6. I am thinking that I should be able to lower payment and keep the same model car.

    What do you think? Any advice would be awesome!!

    I am looking at an Jetta SE or another VW that is leasing well. Next time I am leasing with more built in mileage. Everyone on here is getting decent deals and on trims higher than mine!! I might even be able to get an SEL for the same price, but I want a lower payment now.

    Thank you!! :)
  • drengadrenga Posts: 10
    I would very much appreciate hearing what the money factor and residual value is for a 2013 Jetta, 10000 miles/year, either 36 or a 39 month lease.

    I am considering both the S and the SE (although the Sedan SE PZEV shows up as most available, and I am unable to find out the exact difference between the SE and the SE PZEV).

    I live in Columbus, OH and would either lease later in August or very early in September.

    Thank you very much in advance!
  • I am about to lease a Jetta GLI autobahn with navigation- sticker price is 29865
    2000 down
    36 months
    12000 miles per year
    800 credit score-

    I was quoted at 356/month - out the door. Is there still room to negotiate or does this look good?
  • Is this what you ended up paying? If so- do you know what your DMV fees were?
  • conortconort Posts: 1
    edited August 2013
    Can anyone share the current money factor and residual on a 36 month/ 12k miles per year lease for a 2013 Jetta Sportswagen TDI? Or any recent quotes?

    Thanks in advance!
  • Whats the best price I can get on a Jetta SE with 0 down, excellent credit, 36 mo. lease?
  • dmc88dmc88 Posts: 1
    It is possible to get a lower price. I leased my 2011 jetta SEL 15,000K miles for $289.00 with taxes with $0 down. It all depends on how much hardball you want to play with them. I am in Charlotte, NC, you should try to do even better than $300.00. Find out if there are any specials/rebates as well.
  • moaxmanmoaxman Posts: 1
    edited September 2013
    Can anyone tell me the buy rate lease money factor and residual on a 2014 GLI Autobahn in manual? I've been quoted two separate numbers in the past 2 days and am a little confused - one was .00141 / 58% and the other .00241 / 60% for the same car. MSRP is $27,925. Also, the quoted price without tax/tags/fees etc was $26,240 but I know VW is offering $1250 dealer cash right now so I'm wondering if that's a decent price ($500 below invoice). Thanks!
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