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2014 and Earlier Jaguar XF Lease Questions

kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 70,240
edited May 2015 in Jaguar
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  • Please could you help me with the Lease details for the Jaguar XF 2009 Luxury (base) model? Miles: 10,000/yr (if offered) 36 month.
    Money Factor, Residual etc.

  • Hi veebee66. Here is the information that you're looking for. Jaguar's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 FX Luxury with 10,000 miles per year are .00155 and 61%, respectively.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 70,240
    Wow! That is a pretty decent lease program for a Jag...

    Wonder how big of a discount you can get from MSRP?


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  • That's a pretty awesome deal. Thanks a ton...
  • Could you please explain what that means -

    "36 month lease of a 2009 FX Luxury with 10,000 miles per year are .00155 and 61%, respectively. "
  • I am currently looking at a lease in NJ. XF Luxury Premium. I am 800 dollars a month incl tax for 15k. He told me that the moeny factor is .0155 but said thru US Bank the residual is 41%. Is this correct? Above it says 61%.. Big difference.
  • When do you think the 2010's will be advailable in dealerships? Looking at the new premium luxury?
  • basamxbasamx Posts: 17
    Take my advice man, DO NOT LEASE THROUGH US BANK!!! I save $8 a month on a 350z lease with them and it was the WORST experience I every had. Once they tack on more fees, secondly if you every sell the car or trade it in early it's a nightmare dealing with the lease department in New Jersey. That office is full of incompetent morons. They fumble my payoff check for over 7 weeks and then had the nerve to report a late payment to the credit bureau. After many, many, many frustrating conversation I was able to have the negative information removed. I'm not even going to mention how long it took to get a simple pay off quote. When you see US BANK. RUN!
  • You're very welcome, veebee66. Yeah, I was surprised that Jag's lease program was this decent as well. The XF is a pretty nice car. I had an opportunity to drive one around the track and it performed admirably. Plus, you don't see a ton of them on the roads. It's nice to be different.

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  • Hey sellmyhome55. Money factors and residual values are two of the inputs that are used to calculate lease payments. The money factor is used to calculate the interest portion of your payment. You can convert it into an approximate interest rate equivalent by multiplying it by 2400. So a money factor of .00155 is equivalent to an interest rate of around 3.72%.

    The residual value is used to calculate the other half of your lease payment, the depreciation portion. During the course of the three years that you have your car, the bank that you are leasing through estimates that it will lose approximately 39% of its value (MSRP). As a lessee you have to pay for this depreciation.

    It sounds like you are new to leasing. If so, you definitely should check out the following informative articles that are available here at prior to visiting any dealers: 10 Steps to Leasing a New Car and Calculate Your Own Lease Payment.

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  • Hi themaven. I really don't know when the 2010 Jaguar XF will be introduced. It is still a little early for '10s (man it feels weird to type that). The only 2010 model that is out right now is the Mercedes GLK. I would guess that the 2010 XF won't be out for several months, but you may be able to get a better idea by asking around over in the "2009 Jaguar XF" discussion.

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  • drjmakdrjmak Posts: 19
    what dealer is that at and what options?
  • mega2mega2 Posts: 1
    Thanks so much Car Man for your help on these topics.

    Got an offer on a lease and the numbers don't seem to add up, can you tell me why my numbers might not jive with their numbers? Thanks.

    XF Pre Lux '09
    MSRP $57,350
    Initial Cap Cost $46,100
    Residual 41%
    $ Factor .00229
    Down Payment $4,399
    36 mo - 12k/yr
    Monthly cost = $713.36 + tax

    When I do the math I get: $505.22 + $149.34 = $654.56/mo

    I deducted Down from Initial Cap to get Net Cap, is that wrong?

    Thanks again for your help.
  • I am looking to lease a 2009 XF Luxury Premium (red with Beige Interior).
    MSRP was $58587.
    36 Months, 15K/year.
    Let me know if anyone can advise on what a good lease rate would be.
  • drjmakdrjmak Posts: 19
    i can get for about 815 a month with nothing down except for inception fees in nj thru us bank and jaguar
  • No problem,mega2. Let's work up a payment on this car and see what we come up with. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a car that has an MSRP of $57,350, a capitalized cost of $46,100, a money factor of .00229, and a residual value of 41% for 36 months, its zero down, pre-tax monthly payment should be around $786.82.

    A $4,399 capitalized cost reduction (which I strongly urge against making) would lower this car's monthly payment to around $654.55. If the $4,399 is the money due at lease signing, which includes the first month's payment, security deposit, acquisition fee, and other assorted fees, instead of entirely a cap cost reduction this car's payment would bee higher.

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  • Carman:

    I have thru various postings about the residual for Jaguar XF for 36 months and 15 K miles/year.
    I have seen a residual of 41% and also seen a residual of 50%.
    Can you advise what the real residual value would be?

  • anon3anon3 Posts: 147
    I asked a dealer the same question (when will the 2010 XF be available). One salesman with 20 years of jag experience said Jaguar tends to stay true to the model year (not releasing the next model in May like some manufacturers) and the 2010 will be available around November 2009. However, he said that they have so many vehicles queued up and in storage at the ports (dealerships aren't selling enough cars in this economy and they have run out of storage space at the lots) that 2010 XFs could be hard to get until they clear out the 2009s.
  • Hi travelguy. Jaguar recently pulled the plug on its special lease program through Jaguar Credit. If you really want to lease an XF right now, you are going to have to do so through an independent bank.

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  • Car man
    I just got my XF Premium with B & W stereo, Advance Vision package and Siruis radio - MSRP 58850.
    For 36 months - 15K miles/year
    0 down
    Including all taxes my lease is 785/month.
    It is thru US Bank

    This is the best I could get.
  • woofbitewoofbite Posts: 3
    Has anyone used or heard of Leasefax? They run an ad in the Wall Street Journal for an XF at $699 a month, 39 months. Sounds cheap but is sort of meaningless without more info and their website is pretty skimpy. I just wondered if they are legit before I call.
  • Car Man: am looking for a 36 month lease in South Florida for an '09 XF w/ Nav. I'm being told that residual values have dropped to 37-40%, depending on annual mileage (I need at least 15k miles/year. The dealers I've spoken to are offering cap costs of approx. 15% off MSRP (which is actually below the listed invoice price and less than the TMV price), but the total prices don't seem to be in line.

    For example, I was offered a lux XF with Nav at the net cap cost of $43,000; residual value = 40%, MF = .00224. With $1972 due at signing, the monthly payment quoted is $816 plus tax.

  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Congratulations on getting your new XF, travelguy. I rreally liked the car when I had a chance to drive it. As an added bonus, you don't see very many of them on the roads, unlike BMWs and Mercedes which are a dime a dozen in many areas.

    Thanks for taking the time to share the details of your lease with everyone. If you have the time, make sure to stop by the Dealer Ratings & Reviews section of to share your thoughts on your recent dealer experience with others as well.

    Enjoy your new ride :shades: !

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi jagleaser. Jaguar currently runs its "official" special lease program on the XF through Chase. I have heard that it made some revisions to its special program this month, but I don't have the specifics yet. It would not surprise me if this car's residual values were that low...but I'll have to check.

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  • sloan5sloan5 Posts: 5

    I know it has been almost a month since your post but I would love to have that deal you got on the Premium Luxury XF. Right now the best I am getting from one dealer is as follows:

    Premium Luxury with Advanced Vision Pkg, Cold Climate Pkg, Warm Climate Pkg, Navigation with $1400 of chrome upgrades:

    MSRP: $58,950
    Selling Price: $46,856.82
    36 months
    $3500 Drive Off

    I am told residual is at 40%

    Seems to me that is still really high compared to your deal. Am I correct in understanding that you didn't put anything down and your car had the same packages? Any advice for me?

    Thank you in advance.
  • chachamchacham Posts: 1
    I just got a quote in South Florida for:
    XF Supercharged 36 month 12,000/yr
    Initial: $ 1,285.43
    Lease Factor .00241
    42 % residual
    Sales Price 55,047.12

    Is that a good deal ?
  • myjord7myjord7 Posts: 2
    Which Jag dealership in SoFlo???..... was $55,047. the cap cost??... who is
    the bank financing???... does the $890.66/ mo. incl sales tax??? and is the
    $1285.43 the inception fee ( 1st mo., tags, fees, etc.)...... are you sure the lease
    term is 36 mos???....
  • travelguytravelguy Posts: 12
    Sloan 5:
    The only thing I had to do was write a check for $1008 which covered the first month's payment, plus title, doc etc fee.
    The MSRP was $58500 on my XF premium.Residual is 40% and selling price was $42,000.
    I live in IL and bought in IN as they were the only ones that gave the deal.

  • sloan5sloan5 Posts: 5
    Hi Nish,

    Thanks for the feedback. I know you are across the continent but should that really make a difference in the lease deal I can get in CA? They are now at $799/month with $3500 Drive Off. It is a completely loaded Premium XF listed at $58,500 selling it to me for the $46,600 price or somewhere in that area. But it is still about $4000 above what you paid and with $2500 more down.

    Am I getting a bad deal?
    Any opinions would be so appreciated. I hope to decide by Thursday.

    Thank you.
  • sloan5sloan5 Posts: 5
    I'm also curious what color XF you purchased....?
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