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#62 of 235 Re: 2005 Toyota Tundra Lease Buyout Options [coyne2]
Apr 05, 2007 (9:20 am)
Easiest bet is to find someone to assume your lease. It looks like you're around $350/month which is a decent deal particularly because of the very low miles. The lease can be assumed by someone else very cheaply and then they can decide whether to buy-out or turn it next year. I have assumed a couple leases in the past and it worked out great. www.swapalease.com is the holy grail on this, but there are some other similar sites as well.
#63 of 235 Great Lease
Apr 22, 2007 (9:19 am)
Just leased the 07 Tundra Crew Max Lim. Great deal here in FL. Lease residual was 59% 36mon 15K and money factor was 2.9. Beat down the dealer to $750.00 over invoice plus got accessories at their cost. I felt good about the deal becuase it was one of the first ones they had. I think the fuel prices at near $3 may have helped the cause somewhat. Amazingly enough I am avergaing 15.7 - 16.00 around town with the 5.7
#64 of 235 Re: Great Lease [cwa318]
Apr 22, 2007 (10:01 am)
Sounds great, where in Florida are you and what dealer was it. What did your monthly payment end up being? Was this for the 4x4 or 4x2.
#65 of 235 Re: Great Lease [bmwk75s]
Apr 22, 2007 (6:57 pm)
Sarasota Fl. MSRP was 43500....start ups out of pocket...Just under 600 month....4x4
#66 of 235 Re: 07 Tundra residual and money factor [jstran]
Apr 26, 2007 (2:05 am)
Here's the information that you're looking for, jstran. Toyota Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Tundra CrewMax SR5 4WD with 15,000 miles per year are .00130 and 60%, respectively in most regions for consumers who qualify for its "Tier 1+" credit tier. Its 12,000 mile per year residual value would be 2% higher. The problem with the above residual value is that TFS only publishes residual values for base vehicles. It places restrictions upon which options can be residualized, making it difficult to estimate vehicles' lease payments accurately.
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#67 of 235 Tundra Fees on Invoice
Apr 27, 2007 (4:19 pm)
I have a copy of the invoice on a CrewMax Limited and I understand most of it, but there are some cost that I would like to find out about. TDA $732, Gasoline $10, Dealer Holdback $837 and Wholesale Financial Reserve $418. These cost are added into the invoice price of the vehicle and I just want to know if that is normal. I know not to include the dealer holdback in my deal, but what about the others? should I be paying them? Are they part of dealer's cost?
#68 of 235 Re: Tundra Fees on Invoice [kaitlinsgp]
May 22, 2007 (2:47 am)
Hi kaitlinsgp. The best way to look at vehicles' prices is to focus on their out-the-door price. Don't let dealers make the situation more confusing than it needs to be by adding all sorts of fees to your deal. Just focus on the big picture...you want to drive off in the Tundra that you are interested in paying the lowest total amount possible. It doesn't matter how your truck's price breaks down if you are getting the best overall deal. Check out the following discussion to get an idea of how much you should pay for the truck that you want: "Toyota Tundra: Prices Paid & Buying Experience". Once you have a ballpark number, comparison shop with a few dealers to see what the best out-the-door price that you can get is.
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#69 of 235 Tundra Lease in Texas
Jun 01, 2007 (3:38 pm)
Hi Carman, can you please tell me the current money factor and residual value of a 2007 Toyota Tundra Double Cab SR5 in Texas on a 36 and 48 month lease with 15k miles per year?
#70 of 235 Tundra Lease in South Fl
Jun 01, 2007 (3:44 pm)
Carman, would you please post the curren(june) money factor/residual for 2007 Tundra Double Cab Sr5, base, 36months 15k/yr? thank you