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Toyota Highlander, Car Leasing, SUV
#664 of 702 Re: Which is a better deal? [tlynn421]
May 31, 2013 (10:09 am)
Not sure what to advise you. I would probably go for the SE, no money down. Unless you need those features of the limited.
While I'm here, will be looking at obtaining my next car at the end of June. Moving to a small town. Wife wants a Volvo S60/XC60, but closest dealership is 2 hours away. I like the cars as well (albeit pricier), but the distance to the dealership is troublesome.
So Car_man, if you could please post the MF and residuals for the Toyota highlander SE and Limited for June (once available). Region is Texas.
Looking at 24 or 36 month lease, either 12 to 15k miles.
#665 of 702 June numbers?
Jun 06, 2013 (7:00 pm)
Does anyone have the June money factor and residuals for 24/36 mo lease for a Plus or SE for NJ?
#666 of 702 Re: April MF & Residual [toddphilly]
Jun 07, 2013 (9:09 am)
What was the MSRP on the car? Did you buy it locally? I live in NJ
#667 of 702 Re: June numbers? [dpb67]
Jun 18, 2013 (3:54 pm)
Hi dpb67. Toyota Financial Services' June buy rate lease money factor for a 24- or 36-month lease of a 2013 Highlander in New Jersey is .00030 for consumers who qualify for its Tier 1+ credit tier.
This vehicle's residual values are more difficult to determine. TFS' current 24-month, 15,000 mile per year residual value for a base 2013 Highlander 4WD is 71%. It is 61% for a 36-month lease. The problem with these numbers is that TFS places restrictions upon which options can be residualized, making it difficult to determine what this vehicle's effective residual is.
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#668 of 702 Re: June numbers? [Car_man]
Jun 18, 2013 (7:13 pm)
Thanks for the information. I am coming off a Rav4 lease (I got a great deal thanks to you and others on the forum....thanks!) so I'm aware of the TFS restrictions. I am trying to work with dealers who don't add-on many options. Do you know how the base residuals compare to the Plus and SE models?
#669 of 702 Lease Quote Review
Jun 25, 2013 (8:55 am)
I got a quote from a dealer on a 2013 Highlander Limited AWD. This is zero down, 36 months and 12K miles.
MSRP: 41,279 (includes running boards)
Cap Cost: 38,184
Money Factor: .0003
Residual Value: 24,043
total inception fees:
doc fee: 279.50
pa reg.: 95.50
rent charge: 686.15
first months pmt: 489.01
Monthly Paymer: 489.01
What are your thoughts? I really appreciate your help!
#670 of 702 Re: June numbers? [CarMan@Edmunds]
Jul 13, 2013 (1:36 pm)
Hi - do you happen to know the July 2013 lease factor on Highlander limited for 36months and 10k miles? Dealer quoted approx .001 and $24588 residual
#671 of 702 July Lease for Highlander Limited - Hybrid and non
Jul 18, 2013 (12:52 pm)
My lease is up and I need a new car! I'm looking at the Highlander and want to work up the numbers on the Hybrid vs the non-hybrid. I'm wondering if it's possible for the gas savings to offset higher monthly lease costs.
Would you please give me the money factor and residual for 15,000 mile leases on the Highlander Limited Hybrid and Non-Hybrid AWD for both a 24 and 36 month lease? I'm in Los Angeles if that makes a difference.
Thank you so much as always!
#672 of 702 July Leace for Highlander SE V6 in MN
Jul 22, 2013 (10:27 am)
My Fiance and I are looking at leasing a Crossover/SUV in the next couple of weeks and decided to look at the Highlander due to its favorable lease rates right now, were offered the following deal on a 2013 Highlander SE w/ trailer package as the only option -
$389/mo - 36mo 12,000 miles/year
Tax, $75 Dealer Doc fee, Registration, and first months payment due at signing.
$6500 on trade for her current car, which I feel is a fair offer.
We let them know another dealer was offering basically the same but w/ no tax due at signing.
They then offered the following
$389/mo - 36mo 12,000 miles/year
True Zero down signing
This tells me they came up quite a lot on the trade (probably $1000+), which seems like a very fair deal. The residual was $22,xxx
Does this seem like a fair deal or should we look elsewhere / push them further?
This is in MN
#673 of 702 Re: July Leace for Highlander SE V6 in MN [picklz]
Jul 29, 2013 (5:46 pm)
Push them further!
Just leased a 2013 Highlander Limited. Cap cost of ~$36k, residual ~$23k, lease factor of .00001 (that is 4 zeroes for top tier credit), $2k down, $353/month, 36 months, 12k miles.