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Land Rover Range Rover Sport, Car Leasing, SUV
#144 of 566 Re: Money Factor [gasdoc]
May 15, 2007 (1:32 am)
Greetings gasdoc. The fact that you can purchase this truck through Ford's X-Plan is a good thing because it guarantees that you will get a great selling price without having to haggle. You're right about the money factor though. It is definitely too high. Land Rover Capital Group's current buy rate lease money factor for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Land Rover Range Rover Sport SC is only .00333 for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. Make sure that is the factor that the dealer you are working with uses to calculate your monthly payment.
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#145 of 566 Re: RRS HSE Leasing [british_rover]
May 15, 2007 (1:37 am)
Thanks for the confirmation, british_rover. I suspected that was the case.
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#146 of 566 Re: Transport Cost? [gasdoc]
May 15, 2007 (1:39 am)
Hi gasdoc. $1,100 for a dealer swap sounds like an awful lot of money to me. That sounds pretty high to me. Perhaps there is another Land Rover dealer around that has a similar truck to the one that you want. I have to say though that X-Plan plus the buy rate lease money factor is a very attractive deal.
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#147 of 566 Re: Transport Cost? [Car_man]
Jun 08, 2007 (5:31 pm)
Car_man, what would be your prediction for the money factor due out shortly in the 2nd quarter for the RRS?
#148 of 566 range rover lease/money factor/trade
Jun 09, 2007 (4:13 pm)
hi ...i currently am looking to buy a 2007-2008 rr sport.i find it very frustrating..i went to the benz dealer with my sister to buy a 2007 e350.it cost 58k she put down 6k.for 26month lease her payment was 435plus tax..so i went to the rr dealer the truck was $57,900 and the payment was over $1000 why.this what im trying to do i wanna put down $7k to $8k down..i want a lease between 24months and 36 month but i have a 2003 hummer h2 i wanna trade in.it has 60k miles and its fully loaded...i still owe 39k.i know im upside down.i want my payments between $700 and $800 can it be done and how can i get the most for my trade.retail the trucks worth 36k and the dealer offers $25k to $29k...iv beenhigh dollar cars for almost 20years .i found it to be a game with dealers/all you have to do is find a guy who really wants to sell you a car and not trying to rip you off
Jun 09, 2007 (4:17 pm)
what is the correct money factor wene leaseing 24 to 36th months is it better on a longer lease...iv also noticed that ussally the shorter the lease the higher the payment but through benz thats not true ...shorter leases have lower payments why is that
#150 of 566 New Money Factors Out???
Jun 10, 2007 (3:13 pm)
I too would like to know if anybody has any info on the MF's since I'm about to pick-up my RRS S/C'd on Wednesday and I haven't signed anything yet. Help.....
#151 of 566 Re: X-plan on a 2007 RRS [bogi1]
Jun 10, 2007 (9:04 pm)
So I assume that you got them to deal at less than invoice price (because of the $4000 dealer cash provided back then)?
If so, what was the selling price of the car and the money factor you got this for? I am desperately looking for a deal on the RRS HSE and seeing that the 08 models are due soon looking for a similar deal that you were astute enough to get.
#152 of 566 Re: New Money Factors Out??? [gasdoc]
Jun 14, 2007 (9:28 pm)
Did you pick up the car gasdoc?
Jun 17, 2007 (8:11 pm)
To the experts in this forum, please help out here. I am looking to lease and looks like I can grab a deal that's in the low $900 with no cap reduction on a RRS HSE with luxury package from what I've been reading - esp. with the new 08 model out very shortly. What are my chances?