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    Re: Prices Added to ATS Configurator

    How much do you guys think a lease on a fully optioned ATS Premium 3.6L is going to be? Will it be over $500 per month?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnvoyBu
    How much do you guys think a lease on a fully optioned ATS Premium 3.6L is going to be? Will it be over $500 per month?
    Without a nice down payment, probably yes.

    I expect Cadillac's leases to closely mirror BMW's on the 3 series, since over 60% of 3 sales come from leases. BMW's current advertised lease on a 335i is for $459 (plus tax) with $4,200 down (plus license, title and dealer fees), which equates to $492 with about $6,000 down. My guess is it'll be close to that.
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    Re: Prices Added to ATS Configurator

    Quote Originally Posted by hueterm View Post
    For 12K miles per year?
    That looks similar to the numbers I saw for 12k/yr.

    I wish I only drove 12k a year so I could lease, I like getting new (or new to me) cars ever few years but I always tend to tear through the miles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hueterm
    For 12K miles per year?
    BMW's offers page says 10k.

    http://m.bmwusa.com/Offers/LeaseOffer/123Q
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    Re: Prices Added to ATS Configurator

    I wonder if they will ever do high mileage leases. Like 25k per year. Right now third party lessors charge like $800/mo for an Impala or Taurus. That's just crazy.

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    Re: Prices Added to ATS Configurator

    That's an idea. But I would still have to insure both of them.

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    Re: Prices Added to ATS Configurator

    Any guesses on the first ATS advertised lease deal?

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    Re: Prices Added to ATS Configurator

    Quote Originally Posted by Cadillac Tony View Post
    BMW's current advertised lease on a 335i is for $459 (plus tax) with $4,200 down (plus license, title and dealer fees), which equates to $492 with about $6,000 down. My guess is it'll be close to that.
    It should be a bit less in real life (with perfect credit) since the published prices are always based on full MSRP.

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    Re: Prices Added to ATS Configurator

    So will those of us purchasing the car first have to pay full MSRP or can we hope to get the dealer to discount the price some? If so what would the target price be? I'm ready to purchase a 3.6 luxury model.

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    Re: Prices Added to ATS Configurator

    Food for thought:

    CTS's can be had with zero down for around $300 per month here. A loaded CTS 3.6L Premium is going for around $490 per month. I hope the ATS stays around there.

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    Re: Prices Added to ATS Configurator

    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyH View Post
    I wonder if they will ever do high mileage leases. Like 25k per year. Right now third party lessors charge like $800/mo for an Impala or Taurus. That's just crazy.
    I paid $1000 for some kind of program from ally that pays for excess mileage up to 25K/year and then 50% of costs past 25K/year.

    it also act's as a deposit for excess wear and things of that nature.

    I didn't exactly ask for it-- It was thrown into the deal and I didn't realize it until we had finilized everything so I also didn't feel like waiting another hour for them to reprint everything. Looking at what it covers for $21/month though, it was worth it.

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    Re: Prices Added to ATS Configurator

    The BMW 3 series has a lot of incentives, there are over 3,000 dollars in option cash, also dealer cash, also lease cash. Add it all up over 6,000 dollars in incentives. The 5 series and 7 series also have a lot of incentives. Its so cheap to lease a 3 series that it makes little sense for most drivers to buy one, thus the high lease take rate. Also the lot is full of loaners cars with 2,000 to 4,000 miles that are on sale with good prices and incentives that can be leased or brought. So come off the high chair. A friend of mine just picked up a 328ix Black leather, 36 month $415 a month sign and drive, taxes/reg up front bank fee in loan. She could of picked up a loaner with 2200 miles same car for $305 a month and they had 12 other loaners that were the same and they looked perfect. The fact of the matter is the ATS will lease at a higher price than many 3 series because the incentives will be lower on the ATS. Great job GM.

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    Re: Prices Added to ATS Configurator

    The BMW's have been in production for years, and the ATS and the XTS' are new. Don't give it away for a dime if it's worth a dollar. Why does BMW have to offer deep incentives to get their cars off of the lots? That explains why they are a dime a dozen around Atlanta. When you see one, nobody really pays them any attention.

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