Last post on Dec 09, 2013 at 9:49 PM
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Toyota RAV4, Car Leasing, SUV
#543 of 552 Re: Residual/MF [prezriv]
Aug 13, 2013 (8:34 am)
I saw this yesterday.
My best recollection is a residual of 64 and a MF of .000181.
If that's not right on the money, it's very close. I was an interested observer.
Sep 26, 2013 (2:33 pm)
I was offered 36 month lease for $244.00 per month and $5000 trade-in for my 2004 RAV 4.
Residual value is $17,500 after the 3 year lease expires. Does anyone know if this is a good deal? Thank you
#545 of 552 Residual and Money Factor?
Oct 01, 2013 (6:26 am)
Does anybody know the residual and MF for NY area for a 2013 Limited AWD?
#546 of 552 $340 for lease on XLE
Oct 09, 2013 (10:59 am)
Is $340 a month on a 2013 XLE a good deal, with first payment down only and everything included?
#547 of 552 HELP?! Buyers Remorse
Nov 23, 2013 (8:26 pm)
Just came home from the dealership with our brand new 2014 Rav 4 Limited... Sadly, I am feeling buyer's remorse but would GREATLY appreciate your thoughts on how we panned out...
Agreed upon value: $34,052
Acq. Fee -$650
Gross Capitalized Cost: $34,702
Gave us $6K towards trade-in
$399/month (includes tax) X 35 month lease
#548 of 552 Re: HELP?! Buyers Remorse [ltbrown]
by Michaell@Edmunds HOST
Nov 23, 2013 (9:32 pm)
What happened to the Explorer?
What was the selling price, residual value and money factor?
#549 of 552 Re: HELP?! Buyers Remorse [ltbrown]
Nov 24, 2013 (5:25 am)
Without actually running the numbers, I'd say $399/mo for a $34K car is not too bad, and it just points up the high transaction/lease prices taking place today. Enjoy your new ride!
#550 of 552 Re: Limited 2013 RAV4 [bibberwibber]
Dec 09, 2013 (8:46 pm)
What did you end up with? I'm new to leasing and am interested in same car but AWD.
#551 of 552 Re: HELP?! Buyers Remorse [Michaell@Edmunds]
Dec 09, 2013 (9:23 pm)
I am looking to lease a 2013 limited rav4 AWD base model and am new to leasing. I kept asking them what the money factor but they wouldn't give me a straight answer. This is what they gave me-
Trade in Audi A6 2002 120,000 mil - $1500 ?!?! Seemed low
residual value is $17,000.
12k miles/yr. 3 yrs but he said roll first pmt in at signing so 35 mo lease (don't really understand what that means but when he drew it out he showed me paying 36 pmts)
msrp $30,225. $288/mo pmt incl all other fees x 36 or 35 months.
After reading some posts, I realized We never talked about a sell price or gross cap. Do I still need to negotiate those?
I went back with:
$200/mo incl all fees for 36 mo (I assume they make up the difference in the trade in value of the Audi)
Incl. cargo organizer and all weather mats
They said they would run numbers and get back w me.
I'm feeling nervous bc they're many factors I'm not familiar with and want to make sure my bases are covered.
Is what they offered reasonable and are my numbers a good deal AND are there other factors that I've left out and need to negotiate and/or lockdown?
I'm hoping to finish this tomorrow and move on...into my new car! But don't want buyer's remorse
#552 of 552 Re: HELP?! Buyers Remorse [powdylipz]
by Michaell@Edmunds HOST
Dec 09, 2013 (9:49 pm)
Yes you can negotiate the selling price of the new car.
My co-host Kyfdx should be able to provide the base money factor - it is something that the dealer can markup for extra profit, which is why I suspect they have been reluctant to provide it.
The residual is set by the bank and cannot be modified.
Good luck! Let us know how it all turns out.