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#11 of 35 Website lease a good deal
Jun 11, 2006 (2:23 pm)
Hey all I just did the dodge.com website lease 999 down and 239 for 27 months. It seemed like a good deal? Your imputs or did I just get juiced?
P.S. The dealer even gave me the SXT 24E package (SXT Sport) with Sirius, 6 Disc CD, 17 inch wheels, Sunburst Orange paint and interior accents, Fog lights, and SXT sport trim.
#12 of 35 Re: Website lease a good deal [flyusmc]
Jun 15, 2006 (11:23 pm)
I guess since nobody replied to me I must be getting not a good deal. How come?
#13 of 35 Re: Website lease a good deal [flyusmc]
Jul 10, 2006 (3:55 am)
Hi Andy. It is difficult for anyone to give a detailed analysis of your deal without knowing this car's MSRP and selling price. These numbers will show how much of a discount you were given and will enable anyone who reads your post to estimate what your lease payment should have been if they have Chrysler Financial's lease program.
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#14 of 35 Re: Website lease a good deal [Car_man]
Jul 11, 2006 (9:23 am)
Hey Car Man. My MSRP was $18,538.94 + ($575.00) Tax, title and Registration.
Capt Cost Reduction was $ 6349.50
Purchase price at the end of lease is $12.351.45
Lease terms are(were) $999 down 239+tax (Like 14 dollars) Per month for 27 Months.
I get 12000 Miles per year (I drive around 11,500 a year) .20 per mile over.
Any advice on if this is good? I've noticed They (Chrysler Financial/Dodge) stopped advertising this lease deal on their website. Hmm....
#15 of 35 Re: Website lease a good deal [flyusmc]
Jul 23, 2006 (6:16 am)
Wow!!! My dealer called (two months later) me today after I changed states, and told me that Chrysler Finicial said becasue I paid for my entire lease up front, the cancelled the contract and had me sign a new one that I pay $450 less!!!!! Go Onterio Dodge!
#16 of 35 Re: Website lease a good deal [flyusmc]
Jul 31, 2006 (2:06 am)
Hey Andy. $6,349.50 is a huge capitalized cost reduction. Are you paying this out of your own pocket or is any of it a dealer discount? Given this car's small margins I suspect that you are paying a lot of this as a down payment. It is in your best interest as a consumer not to make any sort of down payment when leasing. I say this because if your leased vehicle is totaled in an accident or stolen and never recovered during your lease, your down payment essentially disappears.
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#17 of 35 Re: Website lease a good deal [Car_man]
Jul 31, 2006 (11:25 am)
Car_Man. I did a one time lease payment. I did not want a monthly lease payment. I got lease coverage from my military insurance that covers my down payment. I did pay for this all out of my pocket.
#18 of 35 Look at 48 mos leases on Dodge's website!!!
Feb 02, 2007 (8:46 am)
I priced out a loaded SE, getting the net price up near 17k. A 39mos lease with 0 down and 15k miles a year = 298/mos totalling $11,662.
Take that lease to 48mos, and it's only $211 per mos totalling $10,182.
Gee, do I want to pay $11,662 for use of the same vehicle over 39mos, or pay $10,182 for use over 48 mos!
I've got a dealer looking into this apparent issue with Dodge.com 'build and price' lease pricing. If this is for real, and Dodge wants to lose money by having people lease for 4 years instead of 3, I'm all for it!!!
#19 of 35 2008 Dodge Nitro lease question?
Dec 05, 2007 (1:09 pm)
Hi Car_man -
I am looking for residuals and money factors for a lease on an 08 Dodge Nitro, 4x4 SXT, MSRP $24,690 with 12,000 miles for 36 months. I also qualify for Daimler Chrysler Affiliate Rewards Preferred Pricing. Looking to go to dealer tomorrow so advice needed asap!
There is no Dodge Nitro forum so I am posting here and also in the Jeep Liberty forum.
#20 of 35 Re: 2008 Dodge Nitro lease question? [uofmrapper]
Dec 21, 2007 (2:41 am)
Here you go, uofmrapper. Chrysler Financial's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 1008 Dodge Nitro SXT 4WD with 12,000 miles per year are .00051 and 51%, respectively.
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