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Volkswagen Jetta, Car Leasing, Sedan, Wagon
#1317 of 1651 Re: Jetta Sedan A6 MF and RV [yerkes]
Sep 06, 2011 (3:35 pm)
Hi Yerkes. The lease program for the 2012 Jetta actually looks a little more attractive than the program for the 2011 model right now. I'd probably go with a '12 if I was in the market for this car.
The money factor for a '12 Jetta Sedan SE with Sunroof and Convenience is indeed lower than it is for the base model, .00030 versus .00074.
Volkswagen is currently providing a $500 cash incentive on leases of this car through VW Credit.
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Sep 06, 2011 (3:37 pm)
Here you go john420. Volkswagen Credit's September buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2012 Jetta Sedan GLI with 15,000 miles per year are .00047 and 54%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.
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#1319 of 1651 lease numbers for 2012 jetta sel
Sep 07, 2011 (6:43 pm)
hi caman! i would be grateful if you would be kind enough to post MF and residual value for 2012 jetta SEL automatic 36mo 10kmi yr? if youre feeling extra kind, maybe you can help me crank out some numbers on a lease price? assume 8.626% tax, a msrp of $25065, and a selling price of say 500 over invoice which would be 24093 (invoice) +500=24593? lease would be zero down except for tags and DMV.
are there any incentives on such a lease, and if so, how should i use the incentive in the calculations?
thank you so much.
#1320 of 1651 Jetta Sportwagen
Sep 08, 2011 (6:17 am)
I'm curious about MF and residual on a Manual S Sportwagen with 15K miles; 36 Months. Also Manual TDI Sportwagen would be interesting, but I understand leasing a diesel tends to be less valuable.
#1321 of 1651 Re: lease numbers for 2012 jetta sel [jaffman]
Sep 11, 2011 (3:58 pm)
Just out of curiosity since I will be looking to lease an SE in May/June for my wife. To not get rather overly complicated, just looking to see what kind of monthly cost I'll be looking at for budgeting concerns (aware that a lot will change between now and then).
I'll be moving to MD from NYC, looked at leasing the vehicle from fitzmall. They offer an SE with conv for 20,024. Which seems like a decent deal.
From what I've read, maryland charges you the full amount of the sales tax on the sales price of the car of 6%?
Assuming a MF of 0.00048 and Residual of 0.53% (taken from earlier in this thread on a 36mo/12000 lease). The pre-tax monthly should be $252? with no money down. I'm a little lost on how I would calculate the tax into the equation. Would I take the tax and divide it by 36 months?
Thanks. Hope I'm wasn't too confusing.
As a side note, would I be better off purchasing the car in NY and then changing the plates later on to MD plates? This will be my first purchase/lease.
#1322 of 1651 Re: Jetta Sedan A6 MF and RV [Car_man]
Sep 11, 2011 (5:59 pm)
Whats the Money Factor and residual for a Base Model Jetta S with Auto.
36 mo 10 & 12K no taxes everything else in.
#1323 of 1651 Jetta se with sunroof
Sep 11, 2011 (6:47 pm)
Anyone want to talk me out of this lease before I do it? 2012 Jetta se with convenience plus sunroof. 12k miles for 36 months got them down to $265 out the door after ttl and made them add a rear spoiler and tinted windows all the way around. I don't have numbers in front of me but I think msrp was $22,900.
#1324 of 1651 '12 jetta sel numbers
Sep 14, 2011 (8:23 am)
just leased jetta sel in NY (nassau county) for ZERO down, 325/month, eveverything included in payment which is tax of 8.625% plus whatever fees they wanted (i dont think they even charged me any). dealer told me this is the best price he has ever seen, and that it goes a couple hundred dollars into his dealer holdback.
thanks to all who helped me on this forum especially carman. hope this post helps someone out there in return.
so far car runs great. great handling, great electronics inside. a couple things missing.... no temperature gauge (in the winter i like to turn the heat on only after the engine heats up), no auto headlight shutoff, and no auto front windshield defogger (you have to do the vents manually). interesting too is the fact that there is no 'magazine pocket' behind driver seat, only passenger seat. nonetheless, excellent handling, very quiet inside and seat is very comfortable. worth the money so far.
#1325 of 1651 GLI Autobahn
Sep 14, 2011 (9:47 am)
I see that you posted the numbers for a GLI, is there a differance for a GLI Autobahn on a 36 month 12k lease?
#1326 of 1651 Re: '12 jetta sel numbers [jaffman]
Sep 14, 2011 (12:52 pm)
I have a temperature gauge on mine, you'll have to adjust your screen menu in your speedometer. and keep it at the temperature display. There should be buttons on the left side of the dash and wheel.
Yes, there is no auto headlight and really this should be standard. My previous G6 had it. I loved it! Not a huge deal though. Even base corrollas have it. I also have noticed no magazine holders behind the driver. I really did the car no justice in price reduction. Most are getting SE and SEL's any way.