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#310 of 383 Get out of lease early?
Oct 02, 2010 (8:03 pm)
Hi there, I have a 39 mo. lease with my T&C Hollywood Edition that is up July 2011. I really want to get out of it as early as possible w/o penalty. Typically, how early can this be achieved?
#311 of 383 About to Go Shopping, Need Info
Oct 05, 2010 (11:49 am)
Could you please provide pertinent lease details for Chrysler Town & Country, either touring or limited? I'm interested in 27 mo lease but only if they offer a "good" residual and money factor in comparison to 24 and 36 as they have traditionally for Chrysler for years past.
#312 of 383 You were a HUGE help before...
Oct 18, 2010 (11:23 am)
I came here and got lots of information just before I leased my 2008 T&C. The lease will be up in June 2011 and I'm starting to research the best deals, so I go into this prepared. This is my first lease, so I'm not quite sure what to expect at the end.
I still have about 5000 miles left on the lease, so I don't think I'll go over miles. I haven't gotten any letters in the mail from my dealership asking me to come in early... should I expect one? And, if one arrives, what are some good deals.
I really like this van, so I might consider extending the lease... is that ever a good idea? What would one need to watch out for in extending a lease?
Any tips and insights you could share would be appreciated.
#313 of 383 Re: You were a HUGE help before... [jensen3]
Oct 19, 2010 (10:14 am)
My 2008 Town and Country Touring lease is up in March, 2011. I am also watching and waiting for information. As of now I do not plan to purchase and will turn it in. I still have 9,000 miles left on my 36 month lease, since I took it for 1500 miles per month. I hope to use most of them by time the lease is up. My dealer said that there is always the possibility of a "pull a head" before the end of the lease.
I am hoping for a good lease rate in March. Current residuals on the T&C are really low. I am hoping for some other good incentives such as cash back or a good money factor. If there are no "deals" I may even look for a good used one. Sorry I am not much help for you this time.
#314 of 383 Car_man - Looking for MF and Residual for 2010 Town & Country Touring
Dec 29, 2010 (12:37 pm)
You've been very helpful to me in the past when I've leased and was hoping that you could help me out one more time. Im looking for the Money Factor and Residual percent for a 2010 Town & Country Touring for 36 months and 12K miles per year.
#315 of 383 Should I lease a year old - 2010?
Jan 08, 2011 (1:28 pm)
I would like to hear the opinions on this question:
Should I lease a 2010 (in 2011)?
Here are my facts so far - we live in the SLC, Ut 84043 (mountain states) area.
NEW 2010 Town & Country Touring Plus w 28J package
Base Price: $32,660
Customer Cash Allowance $2,000
Bonus Cash $500
Bonus Lease Cash $1,750
Is there any reasons not to buy last years model vs this year - and does anyone have any figures or percentages on what you offer (ie. 1% under invoice?)
Do I just call the dealership to find out the residual? and / or money factor?
Thanks for any and all help!
#316 of 383 Re: Should I lease a year old - 2010? [cctowncountry]
Jan 08, 2011 (11:59 pm)
If the dealer give you very good deal on that van you should buy it intead of lease it. 1 the residual on the 2010 is a lot lower that mean you pay more on the lease. 2 the interest rate is much higher. 3 the lease on the 2011 model the residual is much higher & interest rate lower than 2010 model that mean you less per month. Dodge & Chrysler dealer use Ally Bank or US BANK for lease. I work for GMC/Buick/Cadillac dealer in San Diego and don't know their rate. The best is Lease with Ally Bank don't charge the disposition & no security deposit. Us Bank charge $350 after you turn you lease in. To convert interes rate to MF. Example: ‟10 Acadia/Enclave Rate at 36/39 months = 0.72% divided by 2400 = 0.0003 Money Factor
#317 of 383 Re: Should I lease a year old - 2010? [fleon]
Jan 11, 2011 (3:04 pm)
Thank You fleon, I appreciate the time you took to give me some answers.
We are still playing with all the numbers and prepping ourselves to go talk to the dealership - anyone do their "deals" over email or the phone? I would love to not get stuck at the dealer for 6 hours like last time.
#318 of 383 Leasing 2011 Town and Country Touring L
Mar 10, 2011 (10:26 pm)
I am looking at a Chrysler Town and Country Touring L with a MSRP of $35,780. What would be a good monthly payment for a 36 month lease with just first months payment plus title and document fees. I am currently leasing a 2008 T&C Touring. My lease is up soon. Are there any current leasing incentives? My current model was a Walter P Edition and I do not find any of those in the 2011 line. Anyone have any experience with current leasing and pricing?
#319 of 383 Re: Leasing 2011 Town and Country Touring L [fredm6]
Mar 12, 2011 (7:46 am)
I am going through the same thing now. Leased the same vehicle. I still have until the end of May but I think better deals are to come. Don't know for sure.