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#55 of 312 Re: Tahoe lease residuals changed? [scooter650]
Sep 19, 2006 (2:04 am)
Hi scooter650. I don't believe that GM's lease program for the Tahoe changed much for the month of September. Are you interested in a 2006 or a 2007 model? General Motors is no longer providing lease support on the 2006 Tahoe. You never mentioned how long you want to lease for or what sort of mileage allowance you need, so for now I will assume that you are interested in a 36 month lease with 15,000 miles per year. GMAC's current base lease rate and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe with 15,000 miles per year are 6.3% and 60%, respectively. Let me know if you need any other info.
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#56 of 312 Re: Car_man...little help [spiketudor]
Sep 19, 2006 (2:19 am)
Hello spiketudor. The 2007 Chevrolet Tahoe that you described has at least a $5,200 spread between its full MSRP and dealer invoice price, probably a few hundred more. The $4,400 discount that you were quoted for this truck looks very reasonable to me, but you may want to stop by the following discussion to compare the price that you were quoted to what other community members have paid for similar trucks lately: "Chevy Tahoe: Prices Paid & Buying Experiences". Using the prices that you mentioned in your post, an MSRP of $53,700 and a selling price of $49,300, I estimate that this truck would have a 39 month, 10,000 mile per year, zero down, pre-tax monthly payment of around $603. With 12,000 miles per year, the payment for an otherwise identical lease would increase to around $628. As you thought, the payments that you were quoted seem a little high to me as well.
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#57 of 312 Lease Numbers - 2006 Tahoe and Suburban
Sep 21, 2006 (2:54 pm)
Can you please provide the lease numbers for the 2006 Suburban LS 1500 4dr SUV 4WD and the 2006 Tahoe LS 4dr SUV 4WD for 24 and 36 months each with 15k miles per year.
Thanks a lot
#58 of 312 Lease numbers on 2006 Suburban/Tahoe
Sep 27, 2006 (8:55 am)
Sorry to post again, but I'm in desperate need for the numbers (mf and resid) on a 2006 4x4 Suburban LS 1500 (w LT Equip Pkg) and a Tahoe LS (with LT Equip Pkg) for 24&36 months with 15k miles/yr. I've gotten a few quotes and want to make sure I have all the info before proceeding. I know there's a $6k incentive, but are there any other incentives or restrictions?
#59 of 312 Re: For Car_man Lease numbers on 2007 Suburban/Tahoe [hooops]
Oct 01, 2006 (3:30 pm)
My pilot lease is up on 11/1 and I'm looking to lease larger suv. My understanding is that there is no lease support on 2006 Chevy Tahoes and Suburbans. With that being said, can you please provide me with the mf and resid for 2007 Suburban LS 4x4 1500 and Tahoe LS 4x4 for 24&36 months with 15k miles/yr. I'm also considering the Sequoia SR5 4x4 so if you could provide the numbers (same term as above) for that SUV as well, I would much appreciate it.
Thank you very much
#60 of 312 Re: Lease Numbers - 2006 Tahoe and Suburban [hooops]
Oct 11, 2006 (1:45 am)
Hey hooops. Unfortunately, General Motors is no longer providing lease support on 2006 models. If you really want to lease a 2006 Suburban, you would have to do so through an independent bank if you could find one that was willing to lease it to you. You are probably going to be better off financing or paying cash for a 2006 Suburban or Tahoe at this point. If I was in the market for one, I personally would finance it at 0% for 72 months.
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#61 of 312 Re: For Car_man Lease numbers on 2007 Suburban/Tahoe [hooops]
Oct 11, 2006 (1:49 am)
Here's the info for the 2007 models that you're interested in, hooops. GMAC's current base lease rate and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2007 Chevrolet Suburban LS 4WD with 15,000 miles per year are 6.3% and 67%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are 6.3% and 60%. The numbers for the 2007 Tahoe are exactly the same. When negotiating your lease on either of these trucks, keep in mind that General Motors is providing $1,000 bonus cash on them nationwide this month. It is providing additional bonus cash on them in select regions. I would be happy to tell you if there is any additional bonus cash available in your area if you tell me what state you are in.
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#62 of 312 Re: For Car_man Lease numbers on 2007 Suburban/Tahoe [Car_man]
Oct 11, 2006 (6:06 am)
Thanks as always for the information. I'm from NJ - can you please let me know if additional bonus cash is available there? Do you expect any changes in terms of resid/mf or bonus cash availability in early November on the Suburban?
#63 of 312 2007 Tahoe Lease
Oct 18, 2006 (5:46 am)
I am an avid reader of your forum and now need your opinion on a lease for a 2007 Tahoe. The details:
2007 Tahoe LT 3 (sunroof, leather, loaded)
48 months 12k miles per year
Selling Price $ 36,185
Residual 62 %
Interest reate 6.3%
$ 2k down plus tax, tag and dealer fee ($598)
Dealer is throwing in free bug shield($110...really needed in Florida) and lease end warranty protection ($595 value)
Monthly $407 plus tax
I have shopped the local market and this is the best numbers I have been able to find here in central Florida, Your thoughts?
ps. Thanks for all your good work in educating the consumer.
#64 of 312 2007 Tahoe Lease - To good to be true?
Oct 18, 2006 (9:58 pm)
I'm in a similar situation as wiggles3. I live in the Tampa Bay area and am looking for the best lease deal on a '07 Tahoe in the $40k MSRP range. One of the local dealers has been running an ad every weekend offering the following:
$219/month + tax
$2500 down + (dealer fee, title, etc)
27 month term
When I called about the ad, the finance manager said I could get the same vehicle (LS w/no options) w/out the $2500 down for around $419/month plus tax. This option does not sound as good. I understand that putting money down on a lease is not wise, but in this instance it seems to make a huge difference in payment. Is the dealer just artificially inflating the payment in the no cap cost reduction option? What are your thoughts? Do you see any more aggressive rebates other than the current $1k in the near future? Thanks in advance!