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Volvo XC90, Car Leasing, SUV
#379 of 1660 Re: JAN 07 Lease Rates [amcdad]
Feb 01, 2007 (8:20 am)
Can someone tell me from rangers post which of these is better:
Through Volvo Financing:
3.2 AWD, 24 months, 15K: 65% residual and .00087 money factor.
3.2 AWD, 36 months, 15K: 48% residual, .00260 MF, $5500 rebate
I own a 2006 XC90, its worth more than we owe. We put nothing down on it and its in mint condition but we dont drive enough to justify the monthly payment price and Volvo is running a 24 month deal. We also will need another car in two years so trying to prep for that now.
#380 of 1660 Re: JAN 07 Lease Rates [kylechoffman]
Feb 06, 2007 (6:39 am)
Volvo is running a 399 a month lease for 24 months promotion on a FWD 3.2 XC90.
I would like to know how much this payment goes up based upon adding the following features:
15000 miles per year or 18000 per year
Also, can you put multiple sec deposits down to pay down the money factor?
I live in San Diego, CA if that matters.
I also have xplan pricing on all ford/ volvo vehicles if its a better deal.
Thanks in advance
#381 of 1660 2007 XC90 V6 lease - $379 Carman ?
Feb 11, 2007 (8:35 am)
2007 XC90 V6 AWD - MSRP $44,600 with 7 passenger, Climate pkg, premium pkg, Vers pkg.
Residual - $22,054
Due at signing: $0 sec/$1995 cap cost red/first month/$845 bank fee/MV,tax, tag, title
What do you make of this one ?
Note: The out of pocket would be covered with cap insurance
#382 of 1660 Money Factor for Volvo vs Other Cars
Feb 11, 2007 (9:20 am)
I understand the money factor for the xc90 3.2 AWD is .00029. When I looked at the Escalade forum, they have rates of 6.15 which is .0025625. This is a HUGE difference and makes the monthly payments for an escalade a hell of a lot more.
My question- why would Volvo's money factor be so much lower than GM's?
What determines whether a car has a high or low money factor?
#383 of 1660 Re: 2007 XC90 V6 lease - $379 Carman ? [bassmiesternj]
Feb 11, 2007 (9:25 am)
if the ad is for $379, that sounds like a good deal. WHen I tried to recalc the lease using the lease calculator mentioned on this site somewhere, I got a higher monthly payment.
where did you see the ad? I'm in the NY tri state area and am shopping around as well.
best i saw was montclair volvo for 399/month for a msrp 46200 xc90 3.2 awd with around $3K down.
#384 of 1660 Re: 2007 XC90 V6 lease - $379 Carman ? [dfarber]
Feb 11, 2007 (11:49 am)
The ad is in todays Bergen Record and it is for $379 at Montclair Volvo.
I'm in Jersey and I've never delt with Montclair (I usually go over to Paul's Volvo in Hawthorne to shop around).
#385 of 1660 Re: 2007 XC90 V6 lease - $379 Carman ? [bassmiesternj]
Feb 11, 2007 (5:27 pm)
thanks- montclair's website has it for 399- let me know if you end up finding anything better than the 379
do you know why volvo's money factors are so low?
#386 of 1660 Re: Ca. quote for XC90 [gmoney0205]
Feb 11, 2007 (6:20 pm)
your price of $493 including tax seems high when you recalculate the lease using the lease calculator referred to on this site. with the info you provided, if you put nothing down the lease would be $525 including tax (8.5% approx).
the money factor must be higher than the .00029 you are providing.
#387 of 1660 Re: Money Factor for Volvo vs Other Cars [dfarber]
Feb 15, 2007 (6:37 am)
Where did you get the .00029 MF, and for how many months/miles? What residual were you quoted? That MF is different from the numebrs given to me by my local dealer....Thanks
#388 of 1660 Re: Money Factor for Volvo vs Other Cars [amcdad]
Feb 15, 2007 (9:42 am)
i didnt get .00029 from a dealer- i just saw it a few times times throughout this website. i also saw .00071. what were you quoted?