good to know
good to know
2.0T, awd, cold weather package, cue, sunroof, 17" wheels msrp 41600(roughly, dont remember exact figure)
I payed 0 down.(FYI to all of you, never put money down on a lease. You are not saving any money, only fronting a large chunk of upfront cash, if you dont have the credit then dont buy a nice car)
Walked in with car tradein I was 12 months in on 39 month lease, what I owed on it was about 5k more than KBB.(5k loss)
39months, 12k mile a year - 460 month
Here's mine: Detroit area
2.0T AWD with heated seats and remote start
10k miles 36 mos
$349 down $349/mos
I'm old fashioned and pay cash for cars unless incentives are great enough to finance or lease (to buy). For example I financed a Ram pickup for 1 day to qualify for a $1000 rebate if purchased thru Chrysler's finance company. Is the residual on any of your leases so low that the payments plus residual total less than the best purchase deal you can get? I assume not, but I've seen some crazy things.
The lease deals are really good this month.Quote:
Originally Posted by Hoosier Daddy
Suggestions for those posting their lease deals, please post at least the following if you can:
Model and trim.
MSRP (without dealer's own markup).
# of years/annual miles.
Total drive off $.
Monthly payment WITHOUT sales tax.
Total including tax, and also used the 3K GM bonus, and the 1K loyalty for the down payment. Nothing out of pocket, and they also covered my 1st. payment. Unbelievable deal.
What was the "3K GM Bonus"? I heard of loyaty but not the GM Bonus.
That's if you have a GM credit card, they give you 2% toward a GM vehicle on the amount
you charge on the card. Several times a year they up the earnings amount as an incentive.
Came for me at the right time.
I am considering a lease on a 3.6L Luxury with a sunroof for $4,000 down $419 a month with 12,000 miles a year for 36 or 39 months. How does that sound?
whats the msrp?? I would think you could do a little better, less down I would think and probably (at least a little) less per month. I am paying 420 per month with only 2300 down (from a trade) and the msrp was 47.5k, it was a performance too, not a luxury (but a 2.0, so that matters too)
How is your credit?
I have a couple blemishes so I am thinking that might be why
yup, that will do it too. My credit was very good, but I didn't qualify for their top lease because my debt to income looks bad. my Fiances name is not on our house so it looks like I have a lot more debt by myself then I really have, so I had to go through Ally, Cadillac's second lease choice as I was told. Definitely did not help things, they tried to go up $35 a month to which I started to walk out, they ended up only going up $5 a month though, so maybe you have some wiggle room
Yea I would like to come down to $399 with $1,000 less down
I just made an offer to my dealer, if he could get me a 2.0 premium, there's one at the local dealership here, although not his dealership, it's MSRP is about $46k, and I'm hoping for about $450 a month, $1000 down, and 12,000 miles a year.
Does that seem doable?