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#234 of 253 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Lease
Sep 20, 2005 (4:59 pm)
I posted this in the Car Leasing forum but I was informed to post this here as well. Sorry about the double post.
Is Chrysler offering any lease support on the 2005 Crossfire Limited with auto trans? Interested in leasing one 15k miles year. Any hot 24/36/39 month deals going on for this model? What kind of res. and MF are we looking at? And any lease cash available?
#235 of 253 Re: 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Lease [kmouradian]
Sep 24, 2005 (7:26 am)
Anyone? Has Car_Man disappeared?
#236 of 253 Re: 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Limited Lease
Sep 25, 2005 (4:20 am)
I'm still here, kmouradian. These new lease discussions have created a tremendous amount of traffic that I am trying to keep up with. You never mentioned whether you are interested in leasing a Chrysler Crossfire Coupe Limited or Roadster Limited. DaimlerChrysler is currently providing lease support on both. Its most attractive lease term for these cars is probably 36 months. If you were to lease a 2005 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe Limited through Chrysler Financial right now for 36 months with 15,000 miles per year, its buy rate lease money factor and residual value should be .00173 and 54%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a Crossfire Roadster Limited should be .00173 and 57%. DaimlerChrysler is currently providing $1,000 lease cash on both of these cars, plus it is giving dealers two $1,000 coupons that can be used on Crossfire purchases or leases for the rest of the year. Dealers are not obligated to use these coupons on your deal, but since you know about them you should be able to get them to do so.
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#238 of 253 question on taxes for leaee
Sep 30, 2005 (7:47 pm)
the last lease I had (10 years ago) had a base lease payment PLUS taxes. Does that still hold true today? When a dealer quotes a lease payment does it include the taxes? Florida???
#239 of 253 Re: question on taxes for leaee
Oct 09, 2005 (4:12 am)
HI martin6. Dealers can quote you a lease payment for the vehicle that you want including taxes or before taxes. Make sure to ask the dealer that you are working with exactly what any lease payment that they quote you includes. The methods for calculating sales tax on leased vehicles vary from state to state. In Florida, I believe that the state taxes the payment and down payment of leased vehicles. You may be able to find out more information on how sales tax is calculated in your area by visiting the following sites: Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles or State of Florida Department of Revenue.
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#241 of 253 2004 Crossfire - how to get out of a lease
Dec 20, 2005 (9:45 am)
I have a 2004 Chrysler Crossfire Sliver with 20,000 miles (mostly hiway miles) leased mid 2004. Still have ~ 38 months with $620/month and 15k/month. We (my wife and I) are expecting to have a baby and I am trying to get out of the lease. Dose anyone know how I can do it? anyone interested? please email me.
#242 of 253 Re: 2004 Crossfire - how to get out of a lease [jzawahri]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Dec 20, 2005 (6:49 pm)
The biggest lease trading website is swapalease.com.
Check out their website, and you can find out just about everything you need to know...
But, I doubt you'll find someone to take over your lease at that price... '05 Crossfires were leasing for around $400/mo. last summer..
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#243 of 253 How to Negotiate a Fair Lease
Feb 14, 2006 (7:11 am)
Since this is February, I'd like to know how much less I should pay for a 2005 Crossfire convertible lease? The car I'm looking at is a Limited with an original tag of $40,730 and a current sale tag of $33,315. Could you give me some ballpark figures on this for 39mo./12,000 miles?Also, the dealer is suggesting front and back payments? The dealership is in northern Illinois, but I live in Wisconsin, just over the border. Thanks.