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Jeep Grand Cherokee, Car Leasing, SUV
#1084 of 1379 2014 Grand Cherokee Limited Lease Question
Apr 03, 2013 (5:14 pm)
I have been to 5 dealers on Long Island, Priced as high as $572.43
Here is what I am looking at.
39 month lease, 15,000 miles.
Down Payment only first month pay, bank fee and dmv plate charge.
2014 Grand Cherokee Limited with Sunroof, Nav etc... Sticker price $40,775
I got them down to $474.65 , AND they are paying the last FOUR months of my BMW payment of $623 to get me out of the BMW and into the Jeep.
Is this a good deal or should I aim for lower?
#1085 of 1379 Re: 2014 Overland Lease Rates [daytonguy21]
Apr 04, 2013 (10:08 am)
Car Man, if you could also provide for 10k/year lease that would be appreciated.
Apr 04, 2013 (1:19 pm)
Is it possible to get the lease rates for the new 2014 Jeep SRT? It looks like Jeep.com finally listed the "lease" deals for the rig on jeep.com but was hoping to get the actual 36 month MF and Residuals.
#1087 of 1379 Re: 2014 Grand Cherokee Limited Lease Question [botrnewmusic]
Apr 05, 2013 (11:30 am)
I have been doing research on this car ( NY area) . Best price for:
39 month, 12K, limited Nav + sunroof, is $419 before tax, due at signing 1st mon + bank fee $695 + DMV. So 15K miles will be around $430 before tax.
No sure how much the 4 BMW payments add to it, you can ask them the payment without the take over lease, if that's higher than $430 then you may have a little room. I think $475 is very decent.
Apr 07, 2013 (11:02 pm)
I am in the Los Angeles area and currently being offered this deal on a 2013 Grand Cherokee Laredo lease. Can you please tell me if this sounds like a decent deal or if I should try negotiating more. The sales person said he is using US Bank instead of Ally because their money factor is lower. I did not qualify for some of the special rebates currently being offered.
Selling Price $29,150 - $1,000 rebate = $28,150
Drive off/Down - $1380
Payment - $323.84 + LA tax = $355.86
Please advise, Thanks
#1089 of 1379 Jeep GC Limited 4x4
Apr 08, 2013 (6:56 pm)
Car_Man - I am a newly registered on Edmunds but have been reading many forum topics in the past few months. I am looking to lease a 2014 Jeep GC Limited in the next few weeks. We have visited a dealer and been quoted the following offer below. Could you provide the money factor and residual % for both Ally and US Bank so I can validate the offer? Much appreciated!
2014 Jeep GC limited 4wd
Selling Price: $36,800 (includes 1k conquest lease cash)
$2k total due at lease signing
Location: Michigan (yes possible National Champs as I'm typing
Quoted: $405/mo including Michigan 6% tax
Your information will prove extremely helpful in our decision making, so thank you again!
#1090 of 1379 2014 JGC Lease ... with Trade-In???
Apr 09, 2013 (9:14 am)
I live in the Buffalo, NY, area and am recently interested in leasing a JGC. I currently own a 2007 Hummer H3X which I still owe approximately $17,000. I leased a 2006 and a 2008 Hummer previously, but bought the 2007 when I couldn't lease them any more. As much as I've always loved the Hummer, I would now like to lower my monthly payments and get out of this one, so leasing seems to be the better option for me. The vehicle I'm interested in has a sticker of $36,680. I haven't gone to the dealer just yet for any negotiating, but I'm more curious as to how the loan factor will play out. Has anyone gone through this? Any thoughts or advice? Thanks!
#1091 of 1379 Re: negotiated price [prolific]
Apr 10, 2013 (10:13 am)
I perceive that you may use the negotiated sales prices associated with leases as a proxy for purchase with either cash or conventional financing. You may be able to get additional discount with cash as the dealer doesn't need to worry about your purchase qualfication. From the dealer's perspective, either removes the truck from inventory.
I don't believe there's rationale to lease beyond 5 years or even 3+ years for that matter. Leases are best for 2-3 years of ownership as depreciation is considerable after 3 years. One is better off purchasing and potentially capitalizing on low interest rates if one needs to finance all or part of the purchase.
#1092 of 1379 Is this right?
Apr 10, 2013 (12:42 pm)
Looking at leasing a 2014 Grand Cherokee Limited with only Nav ($795 option) and sunroof ($995 option). With $1K out the door, taxes financed, local dealer (good reputation) is telling me $439/month. I think that sounds good but wanted to double-check. It's 39 months, 12K/year.
#1093 of 1379 Re: Is this right? [spg900ny]
Apr 10, 2013 (6:40 pm)
To assess your deal, we need to know the following info.
- What's the RV?
- What's the MF? And is it the buy rate MF?
- What's the final sales price (or cap cost, assuming no money down)?