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#2845 of 2994 2013 Odyssey Lease
Mar 06, 2013 (8:54 am)
On Honda's website they offer a lease for $259 per month with $2999 down or $330 per month with $0 down. For well qualified, not including tax, title and dealer fees.
I have read some postings where dealers wanted as much as, over $600 per month for a lease.
In the real world, what might I expect to pay for a bare bones 2013 Ody LX, out the door with all fees etc. included?
I know that it would vary from dealer to dealer but I'm looking for a realistic average number.
#2846 of 2994 Re: March 2013 Odyssey Numbers [joeconsumer1]
Mar 06, 2013 (4:53 pm)
Thanks joeconsumer1 . I heard that Honda is providing $1,000 dealer cash on the 2013 Odyssey in March.
Honda Finance's March buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Odyssey EX-L with RES and 10,000 miles per year are .00048 and 53% for consumers who qualify for its top aka "Super Preferred" credit tier.
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#2847 of 2994 Re: March 2013 Odyssey Numbers [Car_man]
Mar 07, 2013 (12:07 pm)
I'm looking at a 2013 Odyssey w/ RES lease for 36 month and 12k miles/year.
What should I expect to pay with a 700 credit score?
#2848 of 2994 2013 ex-l odyssey lease
Mar 07, 2013 (4:58 pm)
I am looking at leases on a '13 odyssey exl and have never leased before. Is this a good deal?
$324/mo for 36 mos 12,000 miles per year with $1000 down and $1944 due at signing (which includes the $1000 down) Residual value $18696 and money factor .000048. There is no sales tax.
I am also confused...I asked about buying more miles and they said it is $0.10 per mile or I can go up to a 15,000 mile per year lease for $344 per month. It seems cheaper to buy the miles than go with the 15,000 mile per year lease. What am I missing here?
#2849 of 2994 Re: 2013 ex-l odyssey lease [lac1594281]
Mar 07, 2013 (10:52 pm)
I picked up a 2013 Honda Odyssey w/ Rear Entertainment for 36 month lease with 12k miles per year. Monthly payment of $399 with no money down. I hope this helps you out.
Also, I recommend using carwoo.com it gets all the local dealers to compete for your business.
#2850 of 2994 Negotiations
Mar 22, 2013 (8:20 pm)
I am looking to lease a Honda Odyssey EXL with nav. What elements of the deal can I negotiate? Is the residual or money factor negotiable? Or am I limited to price?
I'm in Cleveland Ohio.
Anyone have a rough approx. on monthly payments?
Thanks in advance.
#2851 of 2994 Deal is too good to be true-EXL HELP!
Mar 23, 2013 (1:33 pm)
I've been getting quotes from several dealers in and around my city within 100 miles of me. I just got was seems to be an unbelievable deal compared to many others I've received. Here it is:
For EXL (no NAV or Entertainment), 12,000/yr, 36 mos. $1534.06 total down, $331.02/mo. He's says it's based on the following:
Selling price: $31,006
My calculations on this lease with the .00048 money factor and 53% residual come out with a much higher monthly payment. $370. What am I missing? I don't want to call him on it b/c it seems like such a great deal. He has spelled out everything except for the money factor and residual value he used.
The up front fees are a little high and include a $499 doc fee and $35 reduction tax (doesn't that mean I'm paying some cap cost reduction here?)
Please tell me what you think of this deal, and if I'm missing something.
#2852 of 2994 Re: Deal is too good to be true-EXL HELP! [kidlkcf]
Mar 23, 2013 (5:09 pm)
I got a similar deal and it was because it was not through Honda financial. My leasing company had the residual at 60% as opposed to Hondas 51 or so. My payment ended up to 361 for an exl with RES so I think your deal is right in line with mine, but I put 0 down. Sounds like you do have some cap cost reduction in there. I would ask him to calculate it with zero down and see where you end up, I am thinking about 350.
#2853 of 2994 Re: Deal is too good to be true-EXL HELP! [d_nyholm]
Mar 24, 2013 (4:39 am)
d_nyholm: Thank you so much for posting this. So, I've leased with Honda Financial for the last 9 years. They are great about wear and tear allowance and such. I'm not so sure going through a different leasing company is a good idea. This worries me. Do you have experience with this? Anyone else know about this?
#2854 of 2994 Re: Deal is too good to be true-EXL HELP! [kidlkcf]
Mar 24, 2013 (4:53 am)
I do not have experience with different companies. The company we used was a local credit union that we were a member of and they always have competitive rates and good customer service. I guess I will find out in 3 years or so how it all works out. I am turning in another car late November with Infiniti Financial and I am worried about their damage allowance as my sister leased through them previously and ended up paying about 500 for a small dent in the rear quarter panel that dent doctors fixed.