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Toyota 4Runner, Car Leasing, SUV
#105 of 331 New May Lease Deal on SR5?
May 06, 2006 (9:44 am)
Hey All... Just saw the new leaase deal on this.. Anyone have any deatils on it? I live in California and can not find any specifcis. The Edmunds site says $279/36months/12k milage with:
"Lease based on a 2006 4Runner SR5 RWD V6 (model #8642) equipped with options FE, DR, CD, SR, and TO. $1,999 due at signing. Incentives may vary; see your local dealer for details. Tax, tags and insurance are extra."
So I added the Options to the MSRP of 27,635. with SR $900, TO $430, DR $220, CD $ 90 and FE $0... Totals: $ 29,880 (includes Dest $605)...
Anyone been through this yet? I need HELP!!!!! Ha!
Q1: So is that the MSRP the lease is based on? Has anyone seen the deatils on the offer from Toyota direct.. I can't find it on their websites...
Q2: Anyone know what the Moneyfactor and residual would be on this?
My dealer has several SR5s but they have more options so I want to be able to do my own math.. somehow they are at $420/month.. Got to love em
#106 of 331 2006 SR5...Good Deal
May 17, 2006 (5:47 pm)
Did I get a decent deal?
I just leased a new 2006 4runner SR5 V6 4WD with premium sound (6-disc changer), Sun Roof, 17 inch wheels, tonneau cover and a few other bells and whistles. The MSRP for the SUV was around $33,500.
I traded in my 2003 Taco, which I had about $2000 "equity" in.
I walked out the door with $0 down (aside from my trade-in equity) and $350 per month for 36 months at 15k miles per year.
What do you think? Good deal, or did I get hosed?
#107 of 331 Lease Information on 2006 Toyota 4Runner LTD
May 23, 2006 (4:44 am)
Can you provide me with the residual and moneyfactor numbers for both a 24 and 36 month lease for a 2006 Toyota 4Runner LTD. I would be interested in both the V6 and V8 models.
Are there any incentives for this model?
I live in the state of New Hampshire.
#109 of 331 Columbus, OH Lease Details.
Jun 19, 2006 (12:14 pm)
Just leased my 4Runner today and here are the details.
Toyota West - Columbus Ohio - Excellent Experience.
Black with Beige 4Runner SR5 V6 4WD
Options: AW, FE, DR, SR, RF, CD, TO, Mud Gaurds, Whl Locks
Negotiated Cap Cost: 29,710
Money Factor: .00005
Money Down: $200
Rebate: $400 Toyota Recent College Graduate Rebate
First Year of Oil Changes, Tire roations etc etc.
Added aftermarket leather seats $850
Leased for 36 months with 12,000 miles/year for $355 per month including tax, title, license, and gap insurance with Zero money down.
Paid $561 at signing for first month and TTL.
Hope this helps!
#111 of 331 Just leased a 2006 4Runner for $317+ tax
Jun 21, 2006 (3:21 pm)
Just leased a 2006 4Runner for $317+tax ($336)per month. Basic 4Runner with 4wd SR5 sunroof yada yada yada...basic stuff. But no money down and $317/mo plus tax, 12k mi/year and 3 year lease. For anyone that needs a comparable to take to your local dealer this was done here in Indianapolis, In at Tom Wood Toyota. If anyone can beat this, it aint gonna be by much. Just thought I'd pass this one.
PS They wanted a credit score of 730 for this and I only had a 666 (maybe they thought I was the devil). They said I was a "tier 2" and I needed to be a tier 1 (credit rating of 730) but when I walked they bumped me up to tier 1.
#112 of 331 Just leased a 2006 4Runner V8 for $327 + tax
Jun 21, 2006 (3:36 pm)
Think I beat it (assuming you got the V6, galevin), but not by much at Evans Toyota in Ft Wayne, Indiana. $327/mo ($347/mo including 6% sales tax) for 15K miles/year, 3-year lease, $0 down, 1st mo + $100 TTL out-of-pocket, 4WD SR5 V8 with moonroof yada yada (sticker $34K). I already had Tier 1 credit score, so I was given the lowest money factor rate at .00001 (yes, 4 zeros and a 1 - basically 0%). Indiana seems to be the only state with this money factor rate at the moment. The residual was 60% of the stated base MSRP for the SR5 V8. I was pleased with the service and will definitely call them again in the fall for a new minivan for our family. $11/mo more for 15K miles/year and V8 seems like a pretty solid deal.
#113 of 331 bwoudenberg, you are GOD!
Jun 22, 2006 (4:12 pm)
Good job. I thought I beat the salesman to a pulp but I must agree, your deal is better. Amazing how there are 2 good deals here in Indiana. My deal above was for the V6. Anyone beat my V6 deal or bwoudenberg's V8 deal? If not, go and beat your dealer and have them at least match our deals (preferably the deal that bwoudenberg got).
#114 of 331 Re: bwoudenberg, you are GOD! [galevin]
Jun 22, 2006 (5:56 pm)
Thanks for the compliment galevin, but getting to that deal was the result of all the great information located on these forums from folks like you and Car_Man (and many others). A month ago I was looking at Pathfinders with 52% residuals and 3% finance rates and thought that was the way to go! You all showed me a far better deal could be had with the 4Runner.
Some of it was a bit of luck too - I sort've stumbled into the fact that IN had the low money factor rates. One thing I can't stress enough (notes from Car_Man's sermons!) - make sure every number is accounted for and can be matched via your own financial calculator or online lease calculator. In my past experiences (5 other leases), I find dealer's to be very suspiciously secretive about their lease payment calculations. If they can't reconcile their numbers to mine clearly, I walk.
Your success and mine are great examples of the value of this forum. By contributing back, hopefully we're giving tools to the next guy to strike an even better deal. We'll be tipping hats to someone new tomorrow because we contributed to this forum, and hopefully they'll give back what they learned to the next guy as well!
Thanks again to all who contributed information to help me get my deal!