# 2013 and Earlier Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Lease Questions

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19Any info on aug. lease rates for 2012 Evoque Pure Plus? 24 Months, 10K mi.

Thanks.

2here is a quick question on residuals on an 2012 evoque.

I was told by the sale person that the latest lease deal on the evoque ($499/m)

was good because they jacked up the residuals on the PURE version but not the COUPE/Prestige or Dynamic. The Pure is at 54% on 36months/10K + 2% Bump. The salesmen went on to also say that IF i was to buy the PREMIUM option, the car residual would drop to 50%+2% Bump. So net, I really want the Premium pack but dont understand how the residuals would drop for an 'option'.

Does this sound right???

The deal is: PurePlus 5dr + Premium + Climate pack + Sat Radio = MSRP 49745, sale price $47000.

thoughts?

Thanks... and if you can reply by tomorrow, that would be gr8 as im going back to close the deal ;-)

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4I'm looking to lease a 2012 or 2013 Evoque by the end of the October. Do you have any info on the current rates for both the 2013's that just arrived and the leftover 2012's that are still sitting on dealer lots. I'm not interested in the advertised $499 lease for the Pure Plus 5 Door. I am looking for a Pure Premium or Dynamic for 36 months & 10k miles per year. Thanks.

38,514The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a 2012 model are .00069 and 55%.

It's interesting that the residual values for the '12 are slightly higher than they are for the '13. Perhaps there's some residual support there. I'll ask around to make sure that's correct.

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51Can someone tell me the latest Jan 2013 money factor and residual value for a 2013 Range Rover Evoque Pure Plus lease with 10k miles?

Thank you

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1Are you sure that the MF for the Evoque is .00011 and not .00110? That seems unbelievably low...

Thanks!

38,514.00011 is indeed low...and correct. They are essentially charging 0% interest on leases of the Evoque right now.

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Edmunds Moderator52pure plus 10k year 00068 money factor 50% residual w/3k down. stop laughing...what do you think?

2i want to go for the best bang for the buck. thanks so much!

58Thanks

5555538,514The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a '13 Evoque Pure Plus are .00011 and 54%.

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81As follows: 2013 Evoque Pure Premium MSRP $50,865. Negotiated down to $47,165 invoice plus $4000 down. Money factor is .00011 and residual value is 53%. 3% tax is $1414.95, $398 doc fee. They are quoting me a lease payment of $602.43 per month on a 36 month lease.

Many thanks!

838,514Using the numbers that you provided me with, an MSRP of $50,865, a selling price of $47,165, a $4,000 capitalized cost reduction (which I advise against making...more on that later), a money factor of .00011 and a residual value for 53%, I estimate that this truck's zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around $570.

As I mentioned, I always advise consumers against making capitalized cost reductions on leases. Those who make them risk losing part or all of the money that they put down if their vehicle is totaled in an accident or stolen and never recovered. Even though it means that your monthly payment will be a little higher, it is much safer to go with a zero down lease.

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38,514The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a 2 Door model are .00005 and 53%.

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1Also, the MF and residual at 15K miles too please?

With top tier credit I had been quoted MF .00065 and resid 53%, which according to this forum seems high.

Thanks man!

12013 Evoque Pure Plus Premium. MSRP $47915. paying $850 over invoice=$44,808. 36 months, 12k miles.

I have top tier credit and would prefer to put nothing down other than license and first month's payment. (I read your previous post stating it's best to not put anything down and have a higher monthly payment. )

Finally, now much does it change the monthly payment if I am forced to put down $2500? thanks very much for the info and the education.

23I'm trying to evalute the deal I'm being offered. Was hoping yourself and other posters on this forum could help me in my decision.

MSRP $48190

Selling Price $45690 + $795 Acquisition Fee = $46485 CAP Cost

Residual is $26,986 56%

Money Factor is .00061

Payment is $585.45 + $54.54 (tax) = $640.98

I would be paying 1st payment, license fee and doc fee upfront ($1,894.37)

All the math adds up correctly but I am not sure if I should be holding out for a better deal. They are the only Land Rover store in the city so they appear to have the market cornered.

Even though I told them that the money factor should only be .00011, I was informed that dealer policy is to add .00100 to every deal but they took it down to only .00050 for me. And that I was getting $2,500 off MSRP which is also a deeper discount than normal. Edmunds TMV has the price at $47,154 (basically only $1,000 of MSRP)

So not only is the dealer making money over invoice but also making an extra 1/2 a point on the money factor. Is this just the way it is in the more luxury car market?

My current lease is up in about a week so unfortunately, I need to do something fairly quickly. Would you guess that MF or Residuals will move in May for these?

38,514The residual value for a lease with 15,000 miles per year would be 1% higher.

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1I wanted to evaluate and numbers the dealership is giving me is correct

This is what they quote me:

MSRP $48,517.00

Sale Price $47,789.00

Lease term:

36 months with 10,000 miles allowed per year

Residual $27,169

MF .00041

Total drive off due at signing $4000

$551 per month plus tax

I'm not sure if these numbers are correct and should get this deal or wait for better one.

838,514Also, I think that the discount that you were quoted looks low. If I was in the market for this model in an area that has a decent level of competition, I personally would be shooting for more like three grand off.

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31Could anyone look over this deal and let me know of this is good? I think it's pretty solid for a prestige but would like some confirmation:

Evoque Prestige

MSRP:54,565

Selling Price: 52,000

42months/12k/year

Drive off: 1200

Monthly: 736 (tax included)

MF: .00010 but dealer told me due to discount they are marking up to .00027. I was not able to get to give me buy rate...never encountered this..strange.

Residual is 53% I believe.

I'm concerned with the MF markup but this is substantial?

31Could you please give me the Aug. residual and money factor for a 36 month lease on an Evoque COUPE Pure Plus with 12k mi per year? Also, if you have the 24 month figures, that would help.

Thanks.

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Edmunds Moderator6Do you know the residual values and money factors for the current 36 month lease promotion? I believe it's 10k miles per year.

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