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#324 of 383 Re: Leasing 2011 Town and Country Touring L [boomer15]
Mar 19, 2011 (7:58 am)
I just took delivery of my 2011 T&C Touring L yesterday. Got a pleasant surprise, when the Manager told me that there was an another $500 rebate. Chrysler is currently having a Premier Event, which runs from March 16th through March 23d. This made my total rebates $3750. I have found out as I said in previous posts that the Touring L has lots of standard features that were not available before or were extra cost. You need to check it out and do your homework. I also priced Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna for a comparable model with same equipment. Could not believe how much more the price and lease payment would have been.
#325 of 383 Great Deals going on now
Mar 19, 2011 (8:02 pm)
We just got a 2011 T&C Touring-L with Dual Screen DVD and a 430N (with the Garmin NAV)
Res of 49%
MF of 0.032 (0.77%)
12k/miles 36 month
We paid a total of $2600 (for Tax and 1st months payment) up front and our lease payment is $387/mth. Sucks that in IL we pay tax up-front on the full price of the Van, we do not get to just pay tax on each payment.
We got $3250 in discounts and negotiated them down another $5457 (Including them paying for title, license, doc fee and any other fee's. The total out the door price before any discount was $39603, total discounts was $8707. No security dep no turn in fee. Adjusted cap cost $30896.
Very happy with the deal apart from the 1 1/2 hour it took from the time we said yes and shook on it and the time we drove away.
#326 of 383 Re: Leasing 2011 Town and Country Touring L [fredm6]
Mar 20, 2011 (5:14 am)
OK. Patients works. $2,500 down (w first payment) and $304 wtax per month with a car rental warranty included (I wanted this because my last one broke down a lot and we keep being without a car). MSRP $34,500.00. 12000 mpy. Touring with DVD, Nav, blackberry pearl and most of the bells and whistles. Only 1 TV (who cares) and no leather (big whoop). Even a smoother drive. I like it.
#327 of 383 Re: Leasing 2011 Town and Country Touring L [boomer15]
Mar 20, 2011 (7:46 am)
Sounds like you got a good deal. Wish I had more time to shop and compare. Hope you like the new features on the 2011.
#328 of 383 Re: Great Deals going on now [john_2011]
Mar 20, 2011 (7:54 am)
Your deal was better than mine. Sorry you had to pay all tax up front. My payment included the tax just on the period of the lease. Had to pay taxes up front on the $3750 rebates though. That was $262.50. Some other brands in our area are advertising low monthly lease payments and then in fine print it says "taxes, fees, etc not included". I tried to compare my deal with one for a similar Honda and Toyota Sienna. Very difficult due their options and trim levels. I did find out that my payments would have been well over $500 per month and I could not get some of the new safety tech features that are on the T&C.
#329 of 383 2011 T&C lease - Touring L
Apr 04, 2011 (7:29 am)
Seems we're all pretty much in the same ballpark from what I've read. Should give people a decent idea of what to expect or how much. Here's how my lease went.
Picked up my lease last week. Returned my lease on a 08 grand caravan. New lease is on the Touring L MSRP 35,015. Leather (which of course is what the "L" is for), dual DVD option, 1yr sirus radio and 1yr sirus tv, (no NAV), Power third row option which I didnt care about but happen to be in the van I liked. Sticker of 35,015 was after that minus 1,100 tech credit for the same few options already mentioned in this post. Seems thats more common than I thought.
Anyway heres what I paid. Insentives totaled 3,250. My total out of pocket was 2,500 and my payments are 385 for 36 months with 15,000mpy. They also are making my last 4 payments on my 08caravan which totaled 1,300.
I could have paid 10 more a month for the nav but I already have a portable one so even though 10 more a month wasnt much I felt it was a waste of 360 to do so. On the van with the nav I would have lost that thord row power stow seat. Not that I cared about that option but point being is that the price of the van didnt change much and I would have basically paid 10 more a month (360) for the same priced sticker.
I think over all in the end it was a pretty good deal. Two other dealers I went to. First one couldnt come close at all and the second was better than the first but still unable or unwilling to beat or even mach the deal I had and that was after going back there with the deal.
#330 of 383 2011 Limited Lease
Apr 14, 2011 (12:17 pm)
We just leased a new 2011 Limited last night. my wife has the paper work so this is from memory, but the important part is at the end.
after a long and fun negotiation we got to the following deal.
MSRP $39,495 Sales price $36,181 ~ $1,000 under invoice
They gave us an extra $1000 for our trade then they wanted to. we traded in an 08 Mazda CX9 with 3 months left on lease. the buyout for the lease was $20,995 they gave us $23,000. the car was a little rough also
the residual on the lease was 48% on 10k miles
and the money factor APR was .77
with taxes title and incentives
we put $2,500 down and are at $430 per month.
#332 of 383 Closing In...
May 05, 2011 (9:26 am)
My lease is up the first week of June, so I'm closing in on my deadline to make a deal on a new one. I've pretty much decided to go with a T&C-L with a sticker price of $36,075.
I'd like to lease again... so, I'm wondering if you can give me an idea of what to expect when I go in to negotiate. What kind of prices are you paying with that sticker price as a starting point? What are you getting for residuals on a 10K lease and what kind of APR should I expect?
Any information you can share would be most appreciated!!!!
May 21, 2011 (5:06 am)
I am getting the following offer for a touring with NAV.
39 mos 10k for$298/mos w/$2500 out of pocket. Is this a good deal?