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#279 of 644 2010 SRX Final Deal at pickup
Dec 22, 2009 (9:56 pm)
Well, after placing my order months ago, I finally drove home my 2010 Performance SRX, Grey Flannel, 20" chromes with ebony interior!! Final deal as follows:
With GM Credit Union Discount=$39,967
$500 Deposit placed at time of order, kept on vehicle as cap reduction= $39,197
$500 discount plus $170 free mud guards, due to order delays given by dealer
$38,697 final negotiated price
52% residual for 39 months, 12000 miles
US Bank Aquisition fee= $650
No security depo
No first month payment
$536.95 per month
Took delivery from Shirey Cadillac in Oaklawn, IL.
It's a blast to drive! Hope this helps anyone looking to lease!
#280 of 644 Re: 2010 SRX Final Deal at pickup [bigliljen]
Jan 27, 2010 (8:11 pm)
Bog Lil Jen;
When you took delivery, what did you pay total out of pocket? You wrote "No security depo
No first month payment
$536.95 per month'
Just the $536 out of pocket to start when you took delievry?
#281 of 644 '10 SRX Luxury 1SB + NAV
Jan 27, 2010 (8:34 pm)
I am trying to lease by the end of the month, what can I expect;
I am currently leasing a GM product. Have access to GM Supplier Pricing, but according to this forum, its not smart to use it as you can negotiate a better deal by not mentioning it!!!
Hence, the LUX 1SB model MSRP 41300 and INVOICE of 37813. My questions are:
1.) Can I get any lower than invoice with any incentives, if any apply to this new model.
2.) What can I expect to see as the residual and MF, 52% 3.6%(.0015)
3.) Is is possible to do any better than $0 out of pocket and $536 including tax x 39 months?
Thanks, any help is appreciated.
FYI: My '08 CTS had a higher MSRP and a lower monthly payment! How does GM do business like this?
#282 of 644 Re: '10 SRX Luxury 1SB + NAV [tmasjr]
Jan 28, 2010 (5:13 am)
My 08' SRX has the same MSRP, and i have a much lower payment for the same term.
#283 of 644 Re: '10 SRX Luxury 1SB + NAV [tmasjr]
Feb 08, 2010 (7:12 pm)
I am looking at the same model (assuming, with the navigation/hard drive/camera, given the MSRP). There is currently a $1,000 manufacturer rebate. I am thinking that with that incentive, you should be able to get the car at or close to invoice. At invoice, with no cap cost reduction at closing, payments should be about $555-565/month (inclusive of sales tax), depending on sales tax where you live, for 39 month/12k per year. If you got $536/month tax inclusive, that is below invoice and great. What were you able to get?
#284 of 644 '10 SRX Luxury + NAV
Feb 09, 2010 (5:14 am)
Hi car man,
Can you give me numbers for feb ny area. Also any rebates? looking for 39 and 12 miles or 36 months and 12 miles.
Was quote 600 month and 700 out of pocket for 39 months with a 1000 conquest
#285 of 644 February 2010 Lease Rates
Feb 17, 2010 (8:37 am)
Does anyone know the current lease rates for the 2010 SRX? At the end of January, for a 39 month lease, 12k miles per year, I think the rates were 52% residual, .0015 money factor. Have they changed to 50% and .00145? Thanks.
#286 of 644 Re: February 2010 Lease Rates [rexx08]
Feb 17, 2010 (11:01 pm)
Can anyone go a step further and do 39 month figures for only 10,000 miles or the 10,000 isnt an option any longer?
What are new residual figures?
#287 of 644 Re: February 2010 Lease Rates [tmasjr]
Feb 20, 2010 (8:54 pm)
Ditto on this request as I'm looking to lease a SRX and haven't heard anything about money factor or residual for February. Any help would be great.
#288 of 644 Re: 2010 SRX Final Deal at pickup [tmasjr]
Feb 21, 2010 (4:52 pm)
It was only $2645 sales tax and a $695 bank fee.