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Lexus IS 250, Lexus IS 350, Lexus IS, Car Leasing, Sedan
#1740 of 1807 Re: IS350 AWD Lease rates [ruskywolves]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Oct 06, 2013 (7:03 pm)
2014 IS350 AWD 36mo 12K/yr lease
.00130 MF and 64% residual... 10K/yr residual is 65%
#1741 of 1807 Re: IS350 AWD Lease rates [kyfdx@Edmunds]
Oct 07, 2013 (10:00 am)
Just leased a 2014 IS with F Sport package, Nav, and Wheel locks, Cargo Net, and Mats
MSRP - 45,500
Selling Price - 39,900
Money factor - .0014
Monthly Payments - 501 (with taxes and fees etc)
Pretty happy with this deal.
#1742 of 1807 Re: IS350 AWD Lease rates [grove21]
Oct 08, 2013 (9:11 am)
Great deal! Did you put any money down? Which location did you get this deal at? I would love to find a deal like yours in the bay area.
#1743 of 1807 Re: IS350 AWD Lease rates [abc1237]
Oct 08, 2013 (3:00 pm)
No money down...leased the car from a dealership in Alexandria VA
#1744 of 1807 Getting a good deal... or not?
Oct 08, 2013 (7:26 pm)
I visited local dealership here in NJ this weekend and took IS350 F Sport for a spin - great machine. Was not going to buy it yet as trying to see if other vehicles are better or not as well as see what other dealers propose. But ended up getting what seems to be quite an interesting offer. Here are some details:
Base MSPR: 41,700
Blind spot monitor: 600
F Sport package: 3,180
Nav package: 2,085
Cargo Net: 64
Wheel locks: 73
Total Optional Equip: 6,002
Delivery and Handling: 895
Total MSRP: 48,597
0 down, 36 month, 10k/yr.
Monthly payment: $440 (not sure if taxes are included or not yet)
First of all - does that base MSRP ($41,700) looks right to you, guys?
Secondly - this monthly payment seems to be quite low, however the car itself is not brand new - it has about 6k miles on it. Salesman mentioned couple times that it is "executive vehicle". I assume some big boss was driving it but then turned it back in and now they need to re-lease it again as it is still relatively new.
Do you have any recommendations about this deal - "deal or no deal" as well as about overall idea of leasing a car with more than 10 miles on it from get go. They mentioned that I will still have 10k/yr allowance and everything else like it would have been brand new car.
#1745 of 1807 Re: MSD (Multiple Security Deposits) [c3po33]
Oct 10, 2013 (8:04 am)
Wow, that is probably the best deal I have seen on this forum so far... Nicely done!
Could you please share some more info about your deal? I'm looking for EXACTLY the same car. I wonder if you rolled in all fees into monthly payment or you paid them at the closing table? And what were they?
Oct 11, 2013 (12:44 pm)
I'm looking to lease an IS 350 F-Sport this weekend. Like any lease, my goal is to put minimum to no money down. I wouldn't mind paying first months payment since I have to pay that sooner or later but these title/registration/doc fees are stacking up even more than the first months payment. So my question is, ideally, how much is the typical title/registration/doc fee in the state of California? Right now, based on what the dealer is telling me to pay up front which is around $1100 (first month + title/reg/fee) I'm getting around $600 in title/registration/doc fee? Does this look right to you guys or is the dealer trying to make some more money off this lease?
#1747 of 1807 Re: Getting a good deal... or not? [ddavydenko]
Oct 12, 2013 (11:07 am)
This car is a DEMO with 6000 miles on it. Assuming that payment includes TAX at 7%, it looks to me like they are knocking 5500 off the MSRP.
#1748 of 1807 Re: Getting a good deal... or not? [steevo]
Oct 12, 2013 (11:22 am)
So... do you think it is OK to lease DEMO model? Or does it have some complications I should be aware of?
#1749 of 1807 Re: Getting a good deal... or not? [ddavydenko]
Oct 12, 2013 (4:55 pm)
Thats your call! If you think its a good enough deal versus a new one, and have no issues with any wear on the car, go for it. Just keep in mind that any service or maintenance type of things you may require, lets say tire wear, brakes as examples, will occur sooner than they would have.