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Toyota RAV4, Car Leasing, SUV
#540 of 549 March Residual and MF
Mar 20, 2013 (4:39 am)
Just in case anyone is wondering, in Colorado, the March residual and money factor for the 2013 base RAV4 Limited AWD model with no additional options are as follows:
Money Factor: .00180 for Tier 1+ credit
12k/yr: approximately 61%
15k/yr: approximately 59%
The residual value changes slightly when additional options such as Navigation/Entune are installed.
Hope this helps someone!
#541 of 549 Residual/MF
Aug 11, 2013 (7:38 am)
Can you please post the August residual and MF for a 2013 RAV4 Limited AWD for 12k miles/year?
#543 of 549 Re: Residual/MF [prezriv]
Aug 13, 2013 (8:34 am)
I saw this yesterday.
My best recollection is a residual of 64 and a MF of .000181.
If that's not right on the money, it's very close. I was an interested observer.
Sep 26, 2013 (2:33 pm)
I was offered 36 month lease for $244.00 per month and $5000 trade-in for my 2004 RAV 4.
Residual value is $17,500 after the 3 year lease expires. Does anyone know if this is a good deal? Thank you
#545 of 549 Residual and Money Factor?
Oct 01, 2013 (6:26 am)
Does anybody know the residual and MF for NY area for a 2013 Limited AWD?
#546 of 549 $340 for lease on XLE
Oct 09, 2013 (10:59 am)
Is $340 a month on a 2013 XLE a good deal, with first payment down only and everything included?
#547 of 549 HELP?! Buyers Remorse
Nov 23, 2013 (8:26 pm)
Just came home from the dealership with our brand new 2014 Rav 4 Limited... Sadly, I am feeling buyer's remorse but would GREATLY appreciate your thoughts on how we panned out...
Agreed upon value: $34,052
Acq. Fee -$650
Gross Capitalized Cost: $34,702
Gave us $6K towards trade-in
$399/month (includes tax) X 35 month lease
#548 of 549 Re: HELP?! Buyers Remorse [ltbrown]
by Michaell@Edmunds HOST
Nov 23, 2013 (9:32 pm)
What happened to the Explorer?
What was the selling price, residual value and money factor?
#549 of 549 Re: HELP?! Buyers Remorse [ltbrown]
Nov 24, 2013 (5:25 am)
Without actually running the numbers, I'd say $399/mo for a $34K car is not too bad, and it just points up the high transaction/lease prices taking place today. Enjoy your new ride!