: How much are u paying for your 10/11 SRX LEASE?



caddydaddy2005
02-05-11, 06:03 PM
Just curious...shopping my price now,
2011 srx performance. Msrp $48k
How much u guys put down? Monthly payment?
Mile allowance? THANK U FELLOW CADDY LOVERS!

chiefmjk
02-06-11, 09:30 AM
MSRP 54+K - 39 months 10,000 miles per year, $14,000 down includes tax. reg. license @$370.00 per month. Still loving my TURBO.

22velocity
02-07-11, 09:20 AM
I just got my 2011 AWD luxury SRX last monday. The list was $41630. $826 down 10k miles per year,39mos $435 mo. Frank

jcarlilesiu
02-07-11, 01:27 PM
I never lease. Its the most expensive way to operate an automobile.

But, I paid 42K and some change, but down just a couple thousand and my payment is $850 a month.

4 more years to go.

stevec5375
02-07-11, 07:52 PM
I never lease. Its the most expensive way to operate an automobile.

But, I paid 42K and some change, but down just a couple thousand and my payment is $850 a month.

4 more years to go.

$850/month ? OUCH!!

The way to do it is once you pay off the car, keep it for a while. Each month put away that same monthly payment into a savings account. Once you wear out your SRX, just go pay cash for the new one.

Unless you get 0% financing, why pay someone else to use their money?

Dean5101
02-08-11, 05:00 PM
I paid 44k for my 2011 Performance AWD w/ NAV and chrome wheels. Paying $800 a month for 0% financing.

dkmiller3356
02-10-11, 08:04 PM
I have a Luxury w/ Nav. No money down, paid tax and first month payment. $510 per month 15K miles

Smokin' SRX
02-11-11, 12:20 AM
I have a 2010 Performance, with Nav, AWD, chrome wheels, 2 years oil changes, but no DVD Entertainment. Sticker was 46K, but negotiated lease cap-cost of $43K, put about $3500 out of pocket, to cover: first month payment, sales taxes, lease fee, MV charges. No cash for price reduction. Pay $650 a month, 39 mo lease.

I lease certain vehicles because I can always buy it if I love it at a re-negotiated buyout -price, (done it 3X so far----they don't want them back anymore!) And if it's a lemon/disappointment/gas guzzler and gas hits $5 , it's their problem when I hand them the keys. The only thing better than owning is the guaranteed OPTION to own. But yes, keeping any vehicle for 7-8 years is the cheapest way to own, all factors considered. My needs/desires seem more delta. LOL

Best wishes!

SS