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- 2006 BMW 330Ci Coupe
1) Acquisition fee (aka bank fee) is $595
2) The money factor is a substitute for an interest rate. It's applied to an average of the CAP cost and residual. Normally, to average two numbers, you add them together, then divide by 2. Since the money factor is just a substitute, the "divide by 2" part is eliminated by just making the MF 1/2 as large as it would be, otherwise.
3) The destination fee is part of the MSRP. It shouldn't even be part of the equation when negotiating a price for the vehicle. The selling price is the selling price. Any attempt to "break out" the destination fee is just a way to make the car appear to be cheaper.
4) Don't know what top tier is, but the score to qualify for Honda's best rates is only 660.
I got estimated lease costs for Q5 2018 from 2 different audi dealers in California with money factor 0.00241. I believe it is too high, but they claim this is the best they can do now and maybe in May the rates will change. Does it make sense?.00191 is the base rate for 36 month leases. They are marking up the rate for extra profit, assuming you have top tier credit.
Also I understood that the sales are not going that great.
Hello - can you share lease factors MF, Residual for Q5 2018 in Premium Plus and Prestige trim on 10K and 12K 36M lease..00191 MF and 62%/58% residual for Prem+/Prest for 36/12
Add 1% for 36/10
We don't have a list.
But, generally, non-luxury brands are better at sticking with the base rate. Luxury brands tend to mark them up.
That's why people come here to Edmunds Forums. To find out the true base rates.
Looking for MF, RV on a C300 4MATIC 36/12, 36/10 in zip 16803 and 08043..00127 MF and 61%/62% residual