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Dodge Durango, SUV
#145 of 149 Re: 2007 Durango Money Factor question [hardhawk]
Jul 18, 2007 (1:15 am)
Here you go, hardhawk. Chrysler Financial's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Dodge Durango Limited 4WD with 12,000 miles per year are .00022 and 38%, respectively. When negotiating your lease on this truck, make sure to take advantage of the $1,000 bonus cash and $3,500 lease cash that are available on it.
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#146 of 149 What Has Changed?
Jul 28, 2007 (5:18 am)
Currently coming out of a 3 year lease on a Dodge Durango 2004. It is a 2WD limited with all the bells and whistles. Paid $1500 down at lease signing. Lease payment with taxes was $450. To get the identical Durango in a 2007 the lease price went up to $630. I have stellar credit and never missed a payment. Over a three year lease this is an out of pocket increase of over $6400! Either Dodge has gone crazy with prices - or inflation is different at Chrysler - or the vehicle has a much higher depreciation than it did three years ago.
#147 of 149 Re: What Has Changed? [ahrmless]
Jul 31, 2007 (3:45 pm)
The residuals have tanked and that is why these are so expensive to lease now. It is crazy. New incentives and lease rates should be out tomorrow. Maybe things will get better on the cash back for returning lessee front.
#148 of 149 Re: What Has Changed? [ahrmless]
Aug 01, 2007 (6:11 am)
Check out the Aspen. Residual is higher, money factor is good, and incentives are getting better. Went from a Durango into an Aspen and there are some notable differences and some that are very similar. Got ours in cognac which is described as brownish/red by some and is a nice color. Overall, a much nicer vehicle that is priced reasonably.
#149 of 149 Re: Dodge Durango: 2007 Limited
Sep 16, 2007 (5:21 pm)
This is my deal, 2007 dodge durango limited with sunroof, running boards, leather, etc. MSRP $36K plus $1800 in dealer addons, for a total start price of $37,800. Dealer is giving me a $2K cash back on my trade in, and providing zero interest for 72 months at $425/month. Financed amount $30,600.
Is this a good deal? Or should I push for a $30K less the $2K in equity? Last one on lot.