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#98 of 124 Re: 2012 Charger R/T Max residual and MF [Car_man]
Jan 30, 2012 (5:54 pm)
Thanks again for the help! Deal is done; went with 12k per year, 54% residual and 2.4% APR. that combined with a negotiated cap cost about 4500 below invoice and I'm feeling pretty good. First time leasing an American car and very happy!
#99 of 124 Re: 2012 Charger R/T Max residual and MF [eburns]
Feb 02, 2012 (8:48 am)
Can you post the figures of your deal? I'm looking into getting a R/T Max myself.
#100 of 124 Re: 2012 Charger R/T Max residual and MF [LASHAWN]
Feb 02, 2012 (4:30 pm)
MSRP: $38,640 (R/T Max, red, sunroof, spoiler)
Negotiated sales price: $36,621
Taxes, fees: 1200 ish
12k miles per year, 36 months
#101 of 124 Re: 2012 Charger R/T Max residual and MF [eburns]
Mar 18, 2012 (11:36 am)
About a month ago I saw something like a $199 x 24 month lease with $1474 down on the R/T, in the Detroit area.
If I wasn't in the middle of a 200 lease, I might have flown out to grab that.
#102 of 124 2012 Charger r/t with awdl lease
Mar 19, 2012 (7:52 am)
I am in the process of trying to lease 2012 r/t with all wheel driver. The sticker price is $36,100 and i haggled them to $30300. I live in New York and we have an 8% sales tax. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Joe
#104 of 124 Dodge Charger reliability/durability Issues
Jul 20, 2012 (10:48 pm)
I'm a baby boomer who likes large RWD cars. I currently drive a 1992 Mercury Gran Marquis which has been discontinued by Ford. Now that I'm in the market for a new vehicle, I would like to still buy a RWD if possible but I know my choices are limited. Therefore, I would like to consider the 2012 or 2013 Dodge Charger with the Hemi since I grew up with V-8's or maybe just the SE model. However, I have a concern about Chrysler/Dodge products because back in the day, Chryslers/Dodges always had quality control issues especially around fit and finish and people who owned them would say they were good for 3 years or so and then you could expect maintenance issues. Also, I wonder how Chrysler/Dodge cars will hold up now that the corporation is owned by Fiat. The police department in my town use 2010-2011 Chargers with the 6Cyl and they do not like the Charger because they always have maintenance problems especially with the suspensions.Can anyone provide me with some feedback about these concerns and their experiences/issues with the Dodge Charger? I'm also considering the Cadillac CTS, Mercedes C and E series, BMW 5-series, Mustang GT, Chrysler 300C and if I get desperate even the Lincoln MKS if I can't find a good RWD. Thanks for your help!
#105 of 124 Special Edition?
by steve_ HOST
Oct 03, 2012 (1:37 pm)
If you bought a new Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep or Fiat "special edition" model in the past year or so - or if you are a dealer who sold one - a reporter would love to hear about it. Please email PRedmunds.com no later than Wednesday, October 10, 2012 with your daytime phone number and a brief description of the car and your experience with it.
#106 of 124 Re: Dodge Charger: Lease Questions [k
Nov 10, 2012 (1:43 pm)
Working a deal on a 2013 R/T Classic. MSRP $39,665. Sale price $33,665. $3,500 cash down + tax, tag etc. Adjusted cap cost is $31,160. 12k miles a year, 24 months. Dodge's website gives me an estimated payment of $290 a month + tax. My dealer says he is at 39 months $428 per month + tax with same downpayment. Can car_man please assist with my question please? Is the Dodge search new inventory website off by that much? Or is the dealer looking to just get a better deal for themselves? I also noticed they have low lease payments on new Chargers as well and if the website is wrong it is quite misleading and a big turnoff. Thanks.
#107 of 124 Re: Dodge Charger: Lease Questions [k [eagle9595]
by Car_man HOST
Nov 19, 2012 (6:34 pm)
Hi eagle9595. Let's crunch some numbers and see what we come up with. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2013 Dodge Charger R/T that has an MSRP of $39,665 and a capitalized cost of $31,160 through Ally right now for 24-months with 12,000 miles per year, your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around $289.
The $428 per month payment that the dealer quoted you is way out of whack.
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