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#334 of 407 Re: Good deal? [tolcorp]
May 21, 2011 (6:57 am)
It's a great!!!
#335 of 407 Re: Good deal? [fleon]
May 21, 2011 (10:23 am)
Sounds similar to the deal I was offered yesterday
$328/month (does not include taxes and license)
Touring-L, no extra options except red paint, Sticker of $33,385
10k Miles, 39 Months
49% residual and 0.70% interest rate
They said I was getting $2,750 in factory incentives... I do have an email that I received a few weeks back that will give me an additional $500 in incentives... which I am saving until I'm sure this is their best offer.
#336 of 407 Re: Good deal?
May 23, 2011 (6:03 am)
Finalized my deal. I ended up getting the Touring-L with Nav (430N) & DVD (2 screens) MSRP was around $34K-35K. I think the incentives were $2500. I did not qualify for the loyalty incentive.
Out of pocket: 1st Mos, Acq fee, bank fee, taxes (NY taxes), DMV (transfer plates) = $3000
I think this is a decent deal. Anyone got anything better?
#337 of 407 Re: Good deal? [tolcorp]
May 23, 2011 (7:40 am)
That's a GREAT deal! I'm going back and negotiating some more because I really wanted that model with the DVD, but didn't want to spend the extra cash.
May I ask how much of the $3,000 OOP was Aquisition fees? I'm curious what other people are paying for that - just to compare if my dealership is marking that up.
I'm trying to work my deal so that I pay $0 OOP and still keep the payment around $330/month.
#338 of 407 Re: Good deal? [jensen3]
May 24, 2011 (4:58 am)
OMG! Where did the loyalty incentive go? I went online yesterday and contacted a few dealers... one of them told me that there is no loyatly incentive right now. Isn't there always a loyalty incentive? Or did they discontinue it... I know it was there a few days ago, but now I cannot find it anywhere online.
#339 of 407 Re: Good deal? [tolcorp]
May 24, 2011 (3:50 pm)
Sacrifice 1 screen if you can. Most don't really need two. I took down payments to $300 per month with $2500 down. 12k per year. NAV and the bells and whistles. They took down the cost of the car by $3500. MSRP $34k down to $30.5k.
#340 of 407 Re: Good deal? [jensen3]
May 25, 2011 (7:57 pm)
Acquisition fee was $895
So apparently this was through hans financials that had a $450 deposition fee at the end of the lease. I went with Ally financials without hte deposition fee and paid $10 more /mos. It came out to $438
#341 of 407 Re: Good deal? [tolcorp]
May 25, 2011 (8:21 pm)
The acquisition fees for Ally 795 and disposal fee 0 on all GM vehicle. I think Chrysler are same. Us bank normally charge 395 for disposition fee. The residual % with Ally bank may be a point lower that's why payment higher and us bank may be 1% higher. If you have a IPhone you can figures this lease by download app BuyLease. GM sales person
#342 of 407 Re: Good deal? [fleon]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
May 26, 2011 (3:23 am)
Just be careful... while no disposition fee, Ally has been adding a $2500 purchase option fee to their leases....
That's right.... If you want to buy the car at lease end, they charge an extra $2500 over the residual.
#343 of 407 Re: Good deal? [kyfdx]
May 26, 2011 (3:31 am)
"That's right.... If you want to buy the car at lease end, they charge an extra $2500 over the residual." Is that even legal? I need to check my agreement.