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Land Rover LR3, Car Leasing, SUV
#326 of 569 Re: Lease a loaded LR3 HSE [chrislr3]
Apr 16, 2007 (3:04 am)
Hello chrislr3. After backing out the lease cash that you mentioned, you are essentially getting a $2,500 dealer discount on this truck. A loaded 2006 Land Rover LR3 HSE has a spread of a little over $5,000 between its full MSRP and its dealer invoice price. If I was personally in the market for a leftover '06 LR3, I would want a larger dealer discount than $2,500. You may want to try to shop around or haggle with this dealer a little more.
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#327 of 569 Re: What about leasing deals on 2007 models? [ysauto]
Apr 16, 2007 (3:06 am)
Hi ysauto. Land Rover is providing special lease money factors and lease cash on the 2007 LR3 right now. If you describe which model you want and tell me how long you want to lease it for and what mileage allowance you need I would be happy to give you an idea of what the lease program is currently like for the truck that you are interested in.
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#328 of 569 Re: What about leasing deals on 2007 models? [Car_man]
Apr 16, 2007 (9:37 am)
Hey there! Sorry to butt in! I've been waiting for someone to start talking about the 2007 LR3 leases! This is the car I REALLY want.... but I'm not sure I can afford it. That's why I've been looking at the BMW X3 & maybe even the Acura RDX. HOWEVER, if there a special deal going on with LR.. I'd love to jump on it! What could I expect to pay for an V6 LR3 with Navigation for 36mos 12k mi/yr?
Thanks in advance!
#329 of 569 Re: What about leasing deals on 2007 models? [suvcurious]
Apr 16, 2007 (8:43 pm)
Curious as well about a 36 month lease on an average lr3 in so cal. Thanks...
#330 of 569 How about this deal in MD?
Apr 18, 2007 (6:57 am)
Wanted payments around $500, so I am putting down taxes and tags plus another $2000 or so. This is on a loaded (read cold climate and sat.) '06 HSE demo with 2k miles. Still room to negotiate - thoughts? (Yes - the money factor equates to .7%).
Money Factor .00003
Selling Price $49157.00 (MSRP $56,157)
Customer Rebate $4780
Sales Tax $2457
Money down $4500
Payment at 24 mos 15k a year = $510.86
#331 of 569 Whats this like
Apr 19, 2007 (12:06 pm)
The residual is 62% and the money factor is .00002
24 months 10.5k
For a LR3?
Monthly works out at $668 and includes Sales and Excise Tax?
#332 of 569 07 HSE Lease question
Apr 23, 2007 (7:36 pm)
Hello Car man,
I am looking at a lease for a loaded HSE, 2007 with all options except the HD package. They are waiving the first payment. Total cash to drive away is about 150.00. No downpayment. miles are 19,500 for 24 months. Payments are coming in at about 997 a month. Is this a fair deal? Thanks in advance.
#333 of 569 LR3 quote
Apr 24, 2007 (4:35 am)
Hey Car man,
Quick question for you. I was give a quote for a Black with tan leather 2006 SE LR3 "Brass Hat" with about 3600 miles with cold climate package, lighting package, and navigation. I was curious about what you thought of the offer and if I should push a little more. The quote was for a 24/24 lease and was $434/month including taxes with the first month and plates down. They want $45,000 selling price (seems a little high) with a residual of $32,495. I would greatly appreicate your thoughts. Thanks in advance.
Apr 24, 2007 (5:09 am)
Call them back today tell them you will take it. There are so few of the Land Rover Corp. employee cars around and they lease so nicely that they don't last long.
Don't be surpised if you wait another day or so and that car is gone. We have never had a "Brass Hat" car last more then two days on our lot.
Just to put it in perspective it would cost you about twice that to lease a 2007 version of that LR3.
#335 of 569 Re: LR3 quote [lhr7]
Apr 24, 2007 (10:08 am)
Yes, take it. Took delivery of mine about 3 weeks ago with same options as yours except Nav. Mine came in at 469 including tax with only 1st pymt down. Mine had 4k miles on it but was not brass hat. Looks like a great deal to me.