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Volvo XC90, Car Leasing, SUV
#1311 of 1658 XC90 3.2AWD Lease Rates and Incentives
Jan 30, 2009 (5:17 pm)
Volvomax - Do you think that Volvo will increase the incentives to lease through independent banks at the beginning of Feb? Even with the current incentives and dealer discounts the residual and MF are not good enough to make the XC90 an attractive lease. Any insight is appreciated.
What selling price should I be able to negotiate on a 2009 XC90 3.2 AWD before the incentives? Invoice less xxxx? Invoice + xxxx?
Anyone know if Volvo will partner with Costco again soon on this as well?
Thanks to all!
#1312 of 1658 Re: XC90 3.2AWD Lease Rates and Incentives [sluurrpee]
Jan 31, 2009 (8:01 am)
We don't know what the new programs will be.
The residuals and MF's are real world numbers. The days of really cheap leases are over I'm afraid.
Right now, there are no plans for another costco deal anytime soon.
If there is going to be another one, it won't happen until summertime.
#1313 of 1658 XC90 Lease Price
Feb 04, 2009 (9:18 pm)
I'm selling my 06 Audi Avant to make room for my growing family. I've decided to lease an XC90 because I don't want to commit long term to a non-hybrid SUV. I want leather, heated seats, and a third row. I don't care about the rest. Here's the deal I've been offered (not impressed, especially because it's for 48 not 36 months):
2009 XC90 LEASE SPECIAL
> 3 years / 36000 miles free maintenance
> All Wheel Drive
> Metallic paint
> Hands free Bluetooth
> Wood steering wheel
> Retail price $ 44895.00
> 48 months lease, 12000 miles per year for $539.63 per months.
> $2500.00 cap cost (includes first month payment & owner loyalty) plus applicable taxes and tag fee. Residual value at the end $13468.00.
Please give me your feedback. I'm new to SUVs and new to leasing. I have a new baby, so I don't want to waste a lot of time negotiating, but I want the best deal.
Thanks so much!
#1314 of 1658 2/09 lease rates
Feb 06, 2009 (11:40 am)
Do have the lease terms for February on the XC90? Thanks.
#1315 of 1658 Re: XC90 Lease Price [elonlaura]
Feb 06, 2009 (11:51 am)
Residuals have tanked dramatically on SUVs, so I might say that your deal is fair.
$13468.00 residual is just horrible. I will be buying this one 4 years from now.
#1316 of 1658 Lease Numbers
Feb 10, 2009 (7:44 am)
Just signed on an XC90 lease. I think I got a pretty good deal, here are the numbers
3.2 AWD, Climate, versatility, Premium, Bluetooth, Backup Sensors, metallic paint
$1450 Down (7% NJ tax rolled into payments)
$606 per month
No Volvo loyalty applied to final numbers
If I didn't roll taxes in, it would have been 557 per month with 2800 Down
#1317 of 1658 Re: Lease Numbers [speck37]
Feb 10, 2009 (1:41 pm)
Looks pretty good. Would you mind sharing the dealer contact info, as I'm in NYC and XC90 is one of my choices.
#1318 of 1658 $499 Lease Buyout Dealer Fee... is this legit???
Feb 11, 2009 (2:26 am)
My 2006 XC90 V8 AWD is coming off lease this month. Volvo Finance has lowered the buyout (residual) from $31,600 to $23,000.
The local dealer says my out-the-door cost will be $23,000 plus tax and a dealer fee of $499.
I know that I have to pay tax... but what about this dealer fee? I could not find it anywhere on my original lease contract with Volvo Finance.
Is this fee legit or a negotiable item?
#1319 of 1658 Re: $499 Lease Buyout Dealer Fee... is this legit??? [flufjet]
Feb 11, 2009 (8:12 am)
Well, who are you buying from? If you are using the dealer to negotiate the lease, then I guess they can charge you. If you deal with volvo Finance direct, however, you owe what the contract states.
#1320 of 1658 Re: $499 Lease Buyout Dealer Fee... is this legit??? [qbrozen]
Feb 11, 2009 (3:35 pm)
Well I assume the lease buyout is from Volvo Finance...
FWIW, I called other Volvo dealers here in Georgia and apparently they all charge a dealer fee on a lease buyout. This fee is supposedly for doing all of the "paperwork" involved in the ownership transfer (yeah right).