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Jeep Grand Cherokee, Car Leasing, SUV
#280 of 1378 Re: Car_Man Need Advice on JGC Limited 2WD [avmba]
Mar 12, 2007 (2:34 am)
Hi avmba. It's great that you will be able to purchase, or in this instance lease, this truck through DaimlerChrysler's employee purchase program. It ensures that you will get it for a good price without having to haggle. Chrysler Financial's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 2WD with 15,000 miles per year are .00194 and 45%, respectively. For March, this truck's cash incentives on leases were enhanced to $3,500 lease cash + $1,000 bonus cash ($4,500 total).
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#281 of 1378 Re: CAR MAN - NEED ADVICE PLEASE [dpeck1]
Mar 12, 2007 (2:38 am)
Hi dpeck1. I haven't seen this truck's 27 month lease program, but I can work up a 24 month lease payment on it for you. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4WD that has an MSRP of $38,435 and a selling price of $31,935 through Chrysler Financial right now for 24 months with 15,000 miles per year your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment should be around $526. The payment for an otherwise identical 36 month lease should be around $488.
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#282 of 1378 Re: Jeep Grand Cherokee: Lease Questions [Car_man]
Mar 19, 2007 (4:23 pm)
i leased a 2006 grand Cherokee limited, 5.7 fully loaded - chrome wheels, dvd, rear entertainment, navigation, bluetooth etc. It has every option. 488 per month / 12k year/no money down. the lease was for 27 months. You could also trade in after 20 months for a brand new one and assume the same payments if you choose. All scheduled maintenance is also included in the price. The dealer started in the high 5s..
#283 of 1378 rent charge and money factor help
Mar 25, 2007 (4:50 pm)
I just leased a 2007 grand cherokee limited for 450 a month, nothing down. If I decide to pay my 27 month lease by making a one time payment, do I still have to pay the rent charge?
Mar 25, 2007 (5:09 pm)
Emerine: How about some more details? That's an amazing deal. What's the term/mileage/selling price, etc?
#285 of 1378 DCX-Jeep Lease Pull Ahead Program
Mar 25, 2007 (5:48 pm)
Does anybody know what kind of lease pull-ahead program Chrysler is offering right now? I have about 12 months left on my '05 Grand Cherokee lease and want to see if I can get out early and lease either another Grand Cherokee or a Charger.
#286 of 1378 Re: JGC [lspera]
Mar 25, 2007 (6:48 pm)
I had an ep discount, 3500 rebate, 500 Bonus bucks. Selling price was around 35000. Interest rate was 2.4%. Lease is for 27 months 15,000 miles a year. Go to Motoralley.com. They have car ads from the sunday papers. I went to the dealer with an ad from the detroit paper, and told them to match it. ALWAYS READ THE FINE PRINT ON THE BOTTOM OF THE ADS THOUGH. Is there a way to eliminate the rent charge by paying the lease in one lump sum? If you have anymore questions just reply.
#287 of 1378 Re: DCX-Jeep Lease Pull Ahead Program [granto3k]
Mar 26, 2007 (2:11 pm)
AS a matter of fact I just got a letter today, for a 5 month pull ahead program valid through april 2nd. This is for my 04 GC, which is off lease in August. They did not offer me any special deals like they did last time. After driving a GC since 1996 this is my fourth one I think I need a change. Besides the 13 MPG I get going to work on back roads is not making me too happy with the jeep, but otherwise it is a great vehicle. Old Mike
Mar 26, 2007 (7:47 pm)
I was quoted the following from a "friend" of the family in NJ I was printed out a document with all these numbers on it so I'm posting them all. I spec'd a Jeep Cherokee Limited 27 month lease and was quoted $529.72 for it and $519.72 for 39 months. I am getting 15k/yr for mileage. I am turning in my 39 month lease 2004 Jeep Cherokee with 1 month left on it which they said they would pick up, how nice. Can someone tell me if this is a ripoff or a decent deal? I have to check out other places quickly before my lease runs up.
Original MSRP: $41,595.00
Residual Value: (46.00%) $19,133.70
Discount/Buy Rate: 0.002110
Adjusted/Sell Rate: 0.002110
Dealer Cost: $38,396.00
Selling Price: $38,096.00
Total Cap. Cost: $34,951.94
Down Payment: $3,844.06
Down Payment Tax: $269.08
Adjustment Fee: $700.00
Up-Front Tax 7.00% See Inception Fees
Vehicle Mark-up: -$300.00
Customer Cash/Rebate: $7,000
Inception Fees: $2,886.86
Excess Cash/Rebate/Equity: $4,113.14
#289 of 1378 lease questions.
Mar 30, 2007 (3:17 am)
I just discovered I can do this so I'm going with it; I'm about to extend my current lease (which is up on Monday). Talk about just in the nic of time. I wasn't having any good experiences with any salespeople.
A few questions before I dive though:
Is there a better time of the year for leasing and a better time to purchase. I was under the impression that the end of the year or at least the second half of the year would be the best time to do either but after some reading, I've found conflicting information.
If I extend my lease for an additional 6 months and then find a good lease deal in the 3rd month, can I still get into it (assuming the dealer will make my last 3 payments)?? What happens to the car? It should still work as if I were in the original term of my lease, right?
Your 2cents would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.