2018 GLA 250 Lease In Oklahoma

spykerspyker Member Posts: 5
edited March 2018 in Mercedes-Benz
Currently leasing a 2015 GLA 250 and my lease expires in 60 days. Thinking about taking advantage of the MBFS offer to upgrade to a 2018 version. I would save the $595 disposition fee and they are offering $1500 toward the new vehicle offered price.

MSRP will be approximately $39k.

What are the MF and RV% on a 36/15 lease on the FWD version?

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 206,641
    spyker said:

    Currently leasing a 2015 GLA 250 and my lease expires in 60 days. Thinking about taking advantage of the MBFS offer to upgrade to a 2018 version. I would save the $595 disposition fee and they are offering $1500 toward the new vehicle offered price.

    MSRP will be approximately $39k.

    What are the MF and RV% on a 36/15 lease on the FWD version?

    .00063 MF and 55% residual

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  • spykerspyker Member Posts: 5
    edited March 2018
    Spot-on! Went to the dealership last night and that's exactly what I was quoted. Thank you!

    Here's what I was quoted for a 36/15:

    MSRP: 38,800
    Selling Price: $37,300 ($1500 discount)
    MF: .00063
    Residual: 55% ($21,340)
    Capitalized Proc/Doc Fee: $399.50
    Capitalized TT&L: $1704.36
    Gross Cap Cost: $41,199.57
    Adjusted Cap Cost: $40,624.57
    0 Down
    Monthly Payment: $574.71
    Due At Signing: $574.71 (1st Payment)

    I'm going to "demand" that they throw in the four complimentary maintenance costs (10,000, 20,000, 30,000 and 40,000 miles) since it is a 45k mile lease. They did this for my current 2015 GLA 250. Their A service charge is $300.00 and their B service charge is $800.00.

    That being said, do you think I should push for lower selling price? My original goal was to have my payment no higher than $499.00/mo. with 0 down. I think the only way I can do that is to pay the TT&L and fees up front along with the first monthly payment.

    Your thoughts on this deal?
  • spykerspyker Member Posts: 5
    edited March 2018
    Here's what I was quoted for a 36/15:

    MSRP: 38,800
    Selling Price: $37,300 ($1500 discount)
    MF: .00063
    Residual: 55% ($21,340)
    Capitalized Proc/Doc Fee: $399.50
    Capitalized TT&L: $1704.36
    Gross Cap Cost: $41,199.57
    Adjusted Cap Cost: $40,624.57
    0 Down
    Monthly Payment: $574.71
    Due At Signing: $574.71 (1st Payment)

    I'm going to require that they throw in the four mandatory maintenance visits (10,000, 20,000, 30,000 and 40,000 miles) since it is a 45k mile lease. They did this for my current 2015 GLA 250 and I won't do the deal if they don't do it for this lease too. Their A service charge is $300.00 and their B service charge is $800.00.

    That being said, do you think I should push for lower selling price? My original goal was to have my payment no higher than $499.00/mo. with 0 down. I think the only way I can do that is to pay the TT&L and fees up front along with the first monthly payment. I'm okay with that, if necessary, but I'm just not sure if they've actually sufficiently discounted the actual selling price of the vehicle.

    Your thoughts on this deal?
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