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2013 and earlier Volvo XC90 Lease Questions

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  • crestonavecrestonave Posts: 209
    That's awesome. Please excuse my ignorance, but exactly what is the "A-price plan"?
    Also does anyone know the lease rates for April for the XC90? Particularly interested in 36 mos with 10k or 12k miles. Thanks!
  • volvomaxvolvomax Posts: 5,274
    "a-plan" is the price to people who work for the Ford Motor Co.
    Typically,it is invoice minus any applicable incentives.
  • crestonavecrestonave Posts: 209
    I just received the following offer on a 2009 XC90 AWD:

    The XC90 has Metallic Silver Paint, AWD, Premium, Climate, Versatility, SIRIUS Radio, and Blind Spot Information System. For 3 years at 12,000 miles the payment is $609. Money Factor is .00241 and Residual 17862. New York taxes and tags due at signing with 1st payment. I based all of this on assuming you have excellent credit

    MSRP is 45345.

    I think I can do better. What do you think?

    Does anyone know the money factors and residuals for April? Thanks!
  • jklossjkloss Posts: 39
    Just got a quote on a 09 XC 90 AWD V8 R

    36 Months - will not due shorter
    120000 miles - will not due less miles
    Residual - 35%
    Money Factor - 0.00257 (6.2%)

    With the "X" plan the monthly came to $972

    This is with $9200 worth of incentives. My current lease is on a 07 AWD V8 Sport with monthly of $547 and $578 with taxes - nothing down except first month - 24 month lease and 10500 miles per year. Just proves that the bottom has fallen out of the SUV lease market. My buyout of the lease is $37K but the car is on worth $25K on the market - Volvo just lost $12K.
  • radoncgsradoncgs Posts: 60
    Hi, wondering what is the MSRP of the 09 V8 R? I am also in a 24 month lease program of a 07 V8 sport.and I am paying $600 per month and it is ending in June 09. I am also considering either 09 V8 R or 08 V8 sport if I can still find one available.
  • crestonavecrestonave Posts: 209
    Jkloss:

    Do you really mean $972 a month? They will not do a lease for 24 months or for less than 12k a year?

    They were just advertising $499 a month for the 3.2.

    That's insanity.
  • jklossjkloss Posts: 39
    The list of the car was about $53K and that was with the new pricing.
    This was with $0 down on a V8 AWD R. - they may due less months but with a residual of 35% on 36 months and a MF well over 6% - you are right at $970+
  • crestonavecrestonave Posts: 209
    That's absolute insanity. You could probably get close to two of a lot of comparable cars for that payment.
  • jklossjkloss Posts: 39
    Oh yeah - may three or small fords. But on the last two years we beat the market or shall we say Volvo lost on the suv. Car is worth about $22-23K on trade and the residual is $38K. If you purshased the car on a 60 loan you spent with payments and down payment approx. $29k over 24 months and you still owe $27K for a car that is worth 24K max. At that time the 2007 lease made sense but we probably did not know that at that time.
  • Hi nikjreece. $8,500 below dealer invoice and the use of a .00240 money factor to calculate your XC90's payment is indeed a very good deal for this model right now. Of course, one can debate whether this vehicle is worth $650 per month (in my opinion it's not) but this is probably about as good as it is going to get for this lease.

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  • Hi Bob. Here's the information that you're looking for. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2009 XC90 V8 with 15,000 miles per year are .00146 and 48%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00200 and 41%.

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  • crestonavecrestonave Posts: 209
    My wife likes the XC90 but I think for that payment you could drive a Mercedes GLK or Audi Q5. I want her to drive what she likes but I'm going to do my darndest to steer her away from the XC90.
  • Car_man:

    Do you have MF and residual value for a 36 month lease with 15,000 miles for a 2009 3.2 AWD?
  • Car_man:

    Do you have MF and residual value for a 36 month lease with 15,000 miles for a 2009 3.2 AWD?

    Base price 37000.00
    premium 00.00
    versatility 00.00
    climate 675.00
    all wheel drive 1850.00
    freight 825.00
    blind spot 695.00
    msrp 41045.00
    Sale price $32175.00 plus $825.00 park assist = $33000.00
  • craig1212craig1212 Posts: 20
    Hi,

    I just got a quote for an 09 XC90 AWD 7 passenger vehicle with:

    the Premium Package, the Versatility Package, the Climate Package

    MSRP: 42,925 Price $31,800

    51 month Lease (after 48 Volvo will take car back if you lease another Volvo).
    12k miles/ year.
    $548/ month (includes NYS Tax 8.625)

    Out of Pocket $1268.32. ($895 Bank Fee + $373.32 plates...)

    I am kind of a novice and would really appreciate any advice. Thank-you.
  • vgupta_98vgupta_98 Posts: 12
    Dear Car_man - Can you tell me the identical information for a 2009 XC90 3.2 (V6) 2WD with premium and versatility packages? Also - can you provide me residuals for 10K, 12K, & 15K leases through Volvo Finance...
  • rubin72rubin72 Posts: 20
    I'm in a very similar situation. My 24 month lease expires at the end of August and I have:

    2008 XC90 V-8
    MSRP: $52k
    Sale Price: $45,700
    Resid: 64%
    MF: 0.6%
    15,000 Miles/year
    ~$1,500 down for start-ups.
    ZERO Cap Cost Reduction!

    $599/month including 9% PA Tax

    My buyout is ~$33k but Volvo has agreed to adjust the buyout and bundle it with a CPO warranty and convert the lease to a used car CPO -buy. If the numbers work I'll do it since my wife LOVES her XC90. Otherwise, we're getting a Cayenne S for about $800/month for a 36-month lease, nothing down, 15k miles, and it stickers for $70k!

    Believe me, the days of great leases seem to be over for now.

    -Mark
  • zamozamo Posts: 122
    Please share the numbers Volvo is giving you for adjusted buyout + CPO. I am in a similar situation. Thanks.
  • rubin72rubin72 Posts: 20
    I won't have actual numbers on the adjusted buyout price until 90-days before my end date. The 90-day mark is May 25th so I'll repost shortly thereafter with how much they adjusted. Please note that even if they adjust the buyout you're still on the hook for any remaining lease payments.

    -Mark
  • zamozamo Posts: 122
    My plan is to negotiate a buyout + CPO after my last lease payment. This is for my S80 Sport.Its buyout is $31.6 but i've seen them selling for under $25K. My Plan is to negotiate north of $20K. At least I can try.
  • andy1993andy1993 Posts: 26
    Hey

    Can you please tell me if 32175$ is buying price(sale price). I am looking to buy volvo xc. Can you get me the number to dealer. Is this the residual price. All help appreciated.

    thanks

    andy
  • andy1993andy1993 Posts: 26
    I need to buy xc90. can you tell me the name of the dealer that i call to see if they will match this price. I live in alabama and pay for shipping cost.

    cant find good deal

    thanks

    andy
  • Here you go, stockwatch. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 XC90 3.2 7 Passenger AWD with 15,000 miles per year are an extremely unattractive .00301 and 42%, respectively.

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  • Hi vgupta_98. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 XC90 3.2 7 Passenger 2WD with the Premium & Versatility Packages and 15,000 miles per year are .00288 and 40%, respectively. The residual value for a lease with only 12,000 miles per year would beb 2% higher, and with only 10,000 miles per year would be 3% higher.

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  • my328imy328i Posts: 3
    Car Man
    what are current residuals / money factors for xc90 v8 AWD for 12,000 and 15,000 miles per year (3 year lease)?
    thx
  • bew1bew1 Posts: 4
    can you please comment on the following deal and advise if you think it's fair or I can do better? and please comment on whether the dealer is using the correct money factor and residual... THANK YOU

    NY lease
    2009 XC90 3.2
    36 mos.
    12K miles
    All Wheel Drive
    Climate Package
    Metallic Paint
    Versatility Package
    Premium Package
    Bluetooth

    Money factor .00240
    Residual 39%

    Total out of pocket up front $1563 ($825 destination, $695 bank fee, DMV fees)

    $581.12/mo. including NYS Tax
  • crestonavecrestonave Posts: 209
    Howdy:

    What's the MSRP and the selling price? Also would you mind sharing the name of the dealership? Doesn't sound like a bad deal to me. (I'm not an expert, I'm just a consumer like you, but from what I've seen doesn't look bad).

    Thanks!
  • bew1bew1 Posts: 4
    MSRP is $41,325.00
    Selling Price is $31,277 (after incentives and loyalty)
  • natec18natec18 Posts: 3
    I just turned in my Wife's 2007 XC90. Lease was up in July. Please let me know if I got a good deal. I thought it was as I already took delivery of vehicle. Just looking for some Validation.

    Northern California Lease: Dealer made final payment on old lease.

    2009 XC90 3.2
    36 mos.
    12K miles
    All Wheel Drive
    Climate Package
    Metallic Paint
    Versatility Package
    Premium Package
    Bluetooth
    Ipod/USB Adapter Kit. Installed by Dealer as they did not have a 2009 produced after Mid Nov. 2008 that now has this standard.

    Money factor - Unknown. can't find it on Paperwork. Am I able to calculate this.
    Residual - Unknown. If my calculation is right it's around 44% (I took residual value of 17382.30 and divided by cost of vehicle, 31000)

    Total out of pocket up front $1415 ($300 cap reduction, sales tax on cap reduction of 26.28, 1st month's payment, DMV reg fee of 445.00 dmv electronic filing fee of 82.75 and some upfront sales tax fee of 3.94)


    $511.92/mon

    $44.79 CA Tax

    $556.71/mo. Total.

    Based on all the research I did on this forum, I think I got a good deal with all things considered. The lease on the 2007 XC90 I turned in was 499.00 a month plus tax, The only downside is I didn't have any drive off when I took delivery of it. The cars are identical. Just shows you how bad things the residuals have become.
  • fazcarfazcar Posts: 1
    Bew1 - I have been pricing the same car and this seems to be a very fair price.

    What dealer did you get this from?
  • vascovasco Posts: 18
    I am in process of leasing XC90 with the following details:
    09 FWD
    Premium
    Versatility
    Garmin Nav (port installed)
    RSE
    Park Assist
    Bluetooth
    15K
    48 months

    $1035 drive off , $590 including TAX (CA)

    I believe the Cap Value was around $32000 and residual around 12K!

    but on the other hand since it is the end of the month the dealer is having hard time to get the invoice from Port to bill the car hence the deal in June with the new program might be different? :cry: :confuse:
    Anyone know what the program and residuals will be in June. I know they are throwing the 5 year maintanence program including the wipers and breaks (which is huge) but the lease side of it might be quite bad??? Any ideas :confuse:
  • vascovasco Posts: 18
    I actually got even better DEAL TODAY :)

    09 FWD
    Premium
    Versatility
    Garmin Nav (port installed)
    RSE
    Park Assist
    Bluetooth
    15K
    48 months
    CAP$31741
    RES $12162 (%29) :)
    MF: .00207

    $1000 drive of an $560 per month includes TAX including the 5 YEAR MAINTANENCE PLAN that includes the BREAKS and ROTOR and WIPER REPLACEMENT (SICK) I am glad I waited for the June program. :D

    Good Luck
  • s60leasers60leaser Posts: 61
    Hello again CAR_MAN and KYFDX!!!

    I am really glad you are still here!

    (By the way, I did buy my S80 off lease and really love it, very happy with it. Thanks for the advice back then!)

    I am replacing a 2000 Suburban(98K miles!) with a Volvo XC90 with Climate, premium,versatility and AWD. I may lease, finance or buy outright, depending on the best deal. I can use the COSTCO buyers Program (750 under invoice), and then deduct 1500 Volvo Loyalty and 500 Volvo rebate to lower the price further.

    The first numbers I've been given are:
    $40,530 MSRP
    $35,378 purchase or
    36 mo.
    12K
    $15,736 RV -(I was told it was a 37% residual Value but that doesn't foot)
    $2000 down.(Which I won't do)

    What numbers do you have for current VOLVO XC90 leases?What do you think of this deal offer?
    THANK YOU AGAIN- :shades: This is too tricky to do without advice from experts.
  • s60leasers60leaser Posts: 61
    Car_Man and KYFDX-
    Can you help me decipher this? Dealer now says the "Lease Purchase Price" is #31,128 (Cap cost $35,378 less $4,250 Alternative Lease Assistance Program). :confuse:

    All other # are:
    MSRP 40,350
    36 m
    12K miles
    rv =.39 or $15,736
    MF=.00230 or 5.52%
    $567.45/month (which includes$32.12 tax) In addition there is
    $2,000 in upfront fees(plates,reg,dealer process, bank process and first month)

    My question are
    1) Do I save money by leasing THEN buy out the lease after 2-3 months in order to get the Alternative Lease Assistance purchase price. I am confused as to how to calculate that. and
    2) What do you think of the proposed lease deal?

    THANKS THANKS!!!!!! :confuse:
  • mel10021mel10021 Posts: 31
    Car_Man:

    Do you have current #'s for a XC90 3.2, 10k / year ? Im not sure what the programs are now ( 24k, 36, etc).

    Thanks
  • Hi my328i. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 XC90 V8 AWD with 15,000 miles per year are .00200 and 41%, respectively.

    You may find that you are better off leasing this vehicle through an independent bank and taking advantage of the special $7,000 cash incentive that is available on leases of it through banks other than Volvo Finance.

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  • Welcome back s60leaser. Volvo's current lease program for the XC90 3.2 is pretty bad. If you really want to lease one, you will likely be better off doing so through an independent bank. Volvo is currently providing a special cash incentive of $3,250 on XC90 3.2 5 Passenger and $4,250 on XC90 3.2 7 Passenger models that are leased through any bank other than Volvo Finance.

    If I was in the market for an XC90 right now, I personally would shoot for a selling price of a couple hundred dollars over dealer invoice (you can look that number up right here) minus the available cash incentives.

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  • Hi car man can you please provide residual and money factors for 2009 xc90 with US Bank for 15K and 20K over 36 and 48 months.
    Thank you
  • Thanks to the help of this forum, I negotiated the following deal in Aug. 2007:

    2008 Volvo XC90
    -Premium Pkg
    -Climate Pkg
    -Versatility Pkg
    -Metallic Paint
    MSRP $43,350
    Cap Cost $38,226
    Residual $26,443

    24 month lease with 15k miles per year
    $500/month.
    $821.36 total due at signing which was inclusive of SC sales tax of $300

    Well 24 months has come and gone and now it's time to decide if I should buy the car or not. My question is this, can I negotiate with Volvo Finance on the payoff amount ($26443)? So far, they have indicated that they will not negotiate. If not, would I be better off trying to buy a used XC90 from scratch? My wife loves the car, but after reading recent posts, I can't help but feel like I can get a better deal on an 08 XC90 similarly equipped. Oh, and I'm under the miles so that doesn't factor in. Thanks for any thoughts/suggestions!
  • Hey mel10021. Here's the info that you're looking for. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 XC90 3.2 AWD 7 Passenger with 10,000 miles per year are .00301 and 45%, respectively.

    You probably will be better off leasing this truck through an independent bank and taking advantage of the special $4,250 cash incentive for leases of it through any bank other than Volvo Finance.

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  • Hi leasecruncher. Unfortunately, I only keep tabs on the lease programs for manufacturers' captive finance companies. I have not seen US Bank's current program for the XC90. Sorry that I could not be of more help.

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  • volvomaxvolvomax Posts: 5,274
    Buy your car. You aren't gonna get an 08 XC90 with good miles for $26k.
  • mel10021mel10021 Posts: 31
    Thanks. I have a 2008 that comes off in 6 months. Will they ever let me roll out early to move inventory? I was told to try in the fall with about 3 months left??

    Thanks
  • tredvr6tredvr6 Posts: 10
    I'm considering leasing an 09 Volvo XC90 3.2 AWD 7 passenger SUV. I've determined a fair purchase price based on the Edmunds invoice price and available incentives, however, I cannot find any information on the residual values and money factors. I'd like to lease for 42 to 48 months and be allowed 15k miles per year.

    Can anyone help with Volvo's RV's and MF's for July?
  • Hi tredvr6. Unfortunately, Volvo appears to have stopped providing lease support on the XC90 this month. This is an unusual move because Volvo almost always has lease support on this model. If you really want to lease an XC90 3.2 AWD 7 passenger right now, you will have to do so through an independent bank. Volvo is currently providing a special $5,000 cash incentive on leases of this truck through banks other than Volvo Finance.

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  • tredvr6tredvr6 Posts: 10
    Would this $5000 cash incentive be in addition to other available incentives? My research indicates there are the following discounts available

    $3245 price reduction on 7 passenger model
    $500 Volvo Allowance
    $1500 Owner Loyalty (we own an S40)
    $1500 NEA discount (my wife is an NEA member)

    Is it possible that the total discount available on a lease through an independent bank is $11295?!?!
  • sgt1sgt1 Posts: 3
    I'm looking at a similar combination of packages - but I just went thru the Edmunds pricing and clicked on incentives and rebates - I'm not seeing the $3245 discount or the $1500 Volvo loyalty. Is that a regional thing that is based on your zipcode? The only one that showed up for me was the $500 allowance.

    Have you gotten any prices yet from a dealer? If you get a quote for purchase versus lease, I hope you'll post it. I'm at $37000 (not including tax/tag) for AWD, 3.2, with prem,. versatility (so 7 passenger) and climate. I'm thinking that's not as good as it ought to be. Maybe my dealer has not already factored in the Volvo loyalty - I'll ask and let him know I assume he hasn't.

    Thanks.
  • tredvr6tredvr6 Posts: 10
    sgt1, i don't think the $3245 or the $1500 discounts are regional. I found it on the Volvo website. I'm not sure why Edmunds is not showing them....

    http://www.volvocars.com/us/Documents/PDF/Volvo_Loyalty_Offers/09VOL_SummerSales- EventJUL_OnlinePDF_fin2.pdf

    FYI, when determining invoice price on Edmunds you need to add the Premium and Versatility packages and then subtract the $3245. You'll find that the $3245 equals the MSRP on those packages. I believe Volvo is offering the Versatility (7 passenger) option for free due to the introduction of the XC60.

    Hope this helps...
  • sgt1sgt1 Posts: 3
    This does help - thanks, tredvr6!
  • volvomaxvolvomax Posts: 5,274
    The cars were all repriced in April,so that $3245 reflects the new lower MSRP.
    A someone pointed out, the Premium and Versatility packages are now free.
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