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#945 of 1386 Re: Serious problem w/ 2012 Grand Cherokee Laredo [Car_man]
Aug 03, 2012 (6:58 pm)
Thanks very much Car_man for your note. I had the dealer looked at the car, and they couldn't replicate the problem. I picked up the car this afternoon and drove it for 3 hours and didn't see the issue that I had several days ago. I'll just assume that the problem is gone. Plus I can always manually shift up the gear levels if the problem happens again. Before the Jeep, I had a two-year lease of a Ford Fusion, which at one time locked itself and couldn't move on the highway. I took it to the dealer but they never figured out what happened. The problem never happened again. I'll just assume that this Jeep issue is a one-off thing. Other than that, I like the Jeep very much and have been enjoying driving it.
#946 of 1386 Is it a good idea to buy my grand cherokee
Aug 09, 2012 (3:33 pm)
Hi guys, I need some feedback on whether it is a good price to buy at the end of the lease. I leased a 11 grand Cherokee limited with just about everything. Msrp was $44500 $1700 out of pocket includes all costs, tax, ect and my monthly is $509 36 months 12000miles yearly, so the buyout is $19700 after the lease the negotiated price was around $34000 minus the lease payments equaling the buyout price. Would anybody buy it for that price of $19700. Thanks
#947 of 1386 Re: Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4 GAS MILEAGE [danimal77]
Aug 10, 2012 (3:03 pm)
Hi danimal77, I am shopping for a GC Laredo with the E package in Ohio and I think that dealer's lease prices are very good . Could you please let me know which dealer you were working with? Many thanks!
#948 of 1386 2012 jeep laredo lease question
Aug 11, 2012 (7:12 am)
i've never leased a car before so I'm looking for some guidance here. i came across several lease agencies offering a 2012 jeep laredo for about 350 for 36 mo including all fees/taxes and nothing down. i'm responsible for my 1st months payment. does this sound like a good deal? has anyone had any experience with lease agencies before? how are they able to offer a better deal than the dealers?
#949 of 1386 Ally Bank/Residual/End of lease price
Aug 15, 2012 (4:04 pm)
Just an FYI. I wasn't as knowledgable as I am now but I noticed that Ally is sort of hiding an expense and I'd like everyone to know. This happened to me with the 2011 JGC. To sum it up with whole numbers to make it understandable. My JGCLX was 36000. The residual ( How much worth afar 39 months ) is 19000. Between the adjusted cost and taxes and interest you can figure out the payment. The issue here is that they lower the residual to around 54%. You pay 17 out of 36k and they claim the vehicle is only worth 19k after 39 months which is low so you do more principle paying than you should. Then after that, on the bottom of the agreement is that at the end of the lease, the purchase price is 21,500k. That's not the price of the residual. If you buy it you will pay 2500 more than what it's worth and what you should owe. Who will do that? So YOU pay 2500 extra than what is probably the REAL residual. The bank sells it to the dealership for more than 1900. They make money, then the dealership sells it. Total scam. If you want my JGCLX for the next 27 months. 409 per mnth. Take it from me not them. NYC. I wonder if the dealership pays taxes on the purchase from the bank? I bet not!
#950 of 1386 Money Factor & residual on GC Overland
Aug 20, 2012 (5:08 pm)
Could you please provide me with the MF and residual on a 2012 GC Overland V8? My understanding is that Jeep uses several financing instructions. Thanks for your help.
#951 of 1386 MF & Residual on JGC Overland V8
Aug 21, 2012 (5:55 am)
Please let me clarify: I'm looking for the MF and residual on a 2012 JGC Overland V8 on 39 Month Lease (sweet spot I'm told) with 12K in the New York area.
Thanks for all your help.
#952 of 1386 Re: Ally Bank/Residual/End of lease price [rscogs]
Aug 27, 2012 (3:00 pm)
FINALLY, i wrote about this in May 2011, I walked out of the finance department because of this exact situation, wrote about it here, and no one even blinked an eye. If you lease any Dodge, Jeep, or Chrysler product through Ally you get ripped, don't lease from these crooks. Here's why lets say you lease a Jeep and the Residual is $17,000 (Which is what your buy out should be also), you drive the miles allowed, keep it in good shape, at the end of the lease hey i could sell this for $18,500 (which you can do), oh but if I want to buy it I have to pay $19,500 WHAT, had over 20 leases in the last 30 years, never ever seen anything like this total rip off. Seriously people wake the F--- up
#953 of 1386 Re: Money Factor & residual on GC Overland [autoal]
Aug 28, 2012 (5:17 pm)
Here you go Brooklyn guy. Ally's August base lease rate and residual value for a 39-month lease of a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland V8 with 12,000 miles per year are 0.6% and 44%, respectively.
When negotiating your deal on this truck, make sure to take advantage of the $1,500 cash incentive that is currently available on leases of it.
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#954 of 1386 2012 Jeep GC Limited 4x4
Sep 04, 2012 (8:02 pm)
1st - Why does every car dealer try to screw people on leases!?!? You sure can just walk out but I'm getting to the point where I have to lease 1 or 2 states away! I've been blatantly lied to more times in the last 2 days of car shopping regarding leasing than I can count.
2nd - Any chance anyone can tell me what the tier 1 MF and residual is for a '12 Jeep GC Limited 4x4?
I've spent time putting together a lease breakdown to take back to that last dealer in the morning and tell them this is it or no deal. The lease sheets this particular dealer sends you out with don't list all the lease details and so I ran the numbers and they're of course hiding thousands of dollars somewhere. Frustrating!