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#375 of 432 Re: 2011 Chevy Volt lease [stormy111]
Dec 01, 2010 (12:00 pm)
All that really matters is whether you'll be able to BUY the vehicle. I smell yet another GM fiasco where they take back the vehicles after the lease is up and crush them. If they offer an option to put cash down and walk away with the vehicle, then I'll know that they are at least somewhat serious about EVs.
Dec 07, 2010 (4:30 pm)
I moved your post here, where Car_Man will see it..
#378 of 432 Kia Forte 5door
Dec 11, 2010 (2:39 pm)
Kia does not appear to be a big player in the leasing market. I assume because residuals are not good. What should I expect for residual % of the 2011 Forte 5door EX model. How would those compare with CR-V and RAV models? My guess might be 50% for the Kia, while 60+ % for the CR-v and RAV. Term would be 36 month 12k miles. My 'dumb' logic tells me if I expect to buy vehicle at the end of the term the Kia at $8000 less to start with might still be cheaper over say a 6 year span of lease and buy?
Apr 18, 2011 (7:54 pm)
I have not seen a thread to cover the Audi A7 model and I would like some leasing information from Car man.
#382 of 432 Lexus CT 200h
Sep 30, 2011 (12:12 pm)
I am looking into leasing a Lexus CT 200h and I didn't see a discussion about it? Thanks.
#384 of 432 Please add 2012 Chevy Volt
Oct 29, 2011 (4:33 am)
Interested in 36 mo / 12K mi lease buy rate or money factor, and residual, via Ally.
(I've always purchased vehicles, but am new to leasing, so desiring to do my homework to understand what might be hidden fees within the lease rates, etc.)