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#19 of 110 Re: Lincoln Navigator 2006 lease question [neillebo]
Jan 31, 2006 (3:39 am)
Hi neillebo. Most aspects of Lincoln's current lease program, including the lease rate, residual values, and lease cash, are scheduled to run through April 4th so you don't have to worry about them expiring. The only part of the program that is scheduled to expire at the end of January is the $500 Ford Credit bonus cash, but I suspect that Ford will renew this for the month of February. The dealer cash that is available on this truck is scheduled to expire at the end of the month as well, but that may or many not have been used to arrive at your deal and it very well may be continued for the month of February as well. I personally would wait until Feb. to get a new Navigator if I was in your shoes.
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#20 of 110 Leasing a 2006 Navigator
Feb 08, 2006 (7:31 am)
Hi Car man
Lincoln is now advertising a $499/mo 39 mo lease. Visited the dealer, was told that was for the Luxury not the Ultimate, even though the ad clearly touted the features of the Ultimate. His reply was, "Got you in here, didn't it?" So, now that I'm in, I told him I want an Ultimate. The car I picked out doesn't have the Elite pkg but has DVD in rear, ltd edition monotone pkg but no navigation. MSRP is $55,785. I offered $2,500 drive off and $500 per month. They let me walk. What's a realistic price for this vehicle? I certainly don't want to increase my drive off but I would increase my monthly. Oh, 12,000 mi/yr is fine.
Thanks for your help
#21 of 110 2006 ultimate rate
Feb 10, 2006 (7:48 am)
I did wait until Feb and got the deal. they also "found" another 1000 off certificate and lowered the deal i spoke of above by $400. so with no money down, other than first months payment and motor vehicle fees (ie 1000 in total), i am paying 666/month.. that includes all taxes, security deposit, etc. you name it. ultimate, etc...
#22 of 110 Re: Leasing a 2006 Navigator [nix1957]
Feb 19, 2006 (7:00 am)
Hi nix1957. I would be happy to give you an idea of what your lease payment should be like on the Navigator that you are interested in. However, in order for me to do so I need you to provide me with an approximate selling price for the model that you want. You may be able to get an idea of how much you should pay for this truck right now by visiting the following discussion: "Lincoln Navigator: Prices Paid & Buying Experience". If you don't find any good feedback there, you can always look up this car's Edmunds.com True Market Value by visiting the following section of this site: Edmunds.com New Vehicle Pricing. Keep in mind though that savvy consumers who shop around can usually do better than the TMV that is listed there. Once you have an idea of how much you will have to pay, let me know and I'll estimate what the lease payment should be for you.
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#23 of 110 Leasing 2006 Ultimate
Feb 20, 2006 (2:21 pm)
Hi Car Man,
I'm new to this forum so any help would be greatly appreciated. I just got back from a dealer that offered me a 2006 4x2 Ultimate Navigator. It has power liftgate, power fold down seats, power deploying running boards, and power moonroof. The price we decided on was $49,020. The lease payments would be $559 tax included for 39 months and 12k miles a year, 0 down. Is this a good lease payment price?
Thanks again for your help.
#24 of 110 Re: Lincoln Navigator: Lease Questions [Car_man]
Feb 23, 2006 (7:13 am)
I am new to this board and really appreciate your help. I am looking to lease a Ultimate 4x4, with Elite, and Limited Edition Package for 36 months, 12k miles. Can you help me prepare some pricing that I can walk into the dealer with. I own an Expidition Eddie Bauer now and was hoping to get some great incentives as well. I am willing to pay tax upfront, but that is it...I live in Long Island NY and any dealers you recommend would be great as well.
#25 of 110 Re: Lincoln Navigator: Lease Questions [zygot73]
Feb 26, 2006 (11:08 am)
I made it into the dealer this weekend and was quoted $670/month, without tax. 39 Months/12k miles. This was for a 4x4 Ultimate with the Elite Package + Power Running Boards, Chrome Rims and AutoStart. I also do not have to make the first payment as that was just introduced. This was for NO money down except, tax + bank fee and plates. (about $3400) Can anyone let me know if this was a good deal??
Anyone's feedback is really appreciated.
Feb 27, 2006 (12:39 pm)
A major national newspaper would like to interview those who bought a 2007 Lincoln Navigator or a Cadillac Escalade and got a sizable discount off the sticker price. Please respond to jfallonedmunds.com before Wednesday, March 1, 2006 with your daytime contact info and a few words about the model you chose.
#27 of 110 Lincoln navigator
Mar 10, 2006 (6:30 pm)
Hi car man I have a few questions well I would like to lease a Lincoln Navigator ultimate, black, limited Edition pkg, power running boards, and h.i.d. lamps, msrp 58890 I have excellent credit but I am currently leasing a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee with 6000 in negative equity. Can I use the 4500 cash back to erase some of it, leaving 1500 in negative equity? Then I would not mind putting down about 4000. What would my payment be for a 39 month red carpet lease? Thanks
#28 of 110 Re: Leasing a 2006 Navigator [Car_man]
Jun 06, 2006 (11:02 am)
I am in negotiations right now for an '06 Navigator Ultimate (4x2) with the Elite package. The offers I am getting seem very good, but I wanted to know how much wiggle room you think there is given that they are trying to dump them (one article said they are trying to get inventory down from 102 days on May 1 to 30 days on Aug 1) and this is just the initial offer I received. Here are the lease terms for a 39 month Red Carpet Lease for 12,000 miles and including the Ford wear care policy (covers you for up to $2500 of incidental damage on lease end):
MSRP - $60,220
Sales price - $52,611 (invoice)
$5000 customer cash
$1000 to finance of lease from Ford Credit
Total cap cost = $46,611
Rate = 0.75%
Money factor = .000313
Residual = $25,894.60 (43%)
TT&L = $1766
Total Monthly = $599.53 (including TT&L)
One other question. Do I need to bother with gap insurance? I thought I read that with the red carpet leases in Texas, that was not an issue.
Thanks in advance for your help.