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#162 of 688 Re: 911 Lease Rates Feb 2009 [Car_man]
Mar 18, 2009 (6:59 am)
Porsche is providing its dealers with a certain number of certificates that enable them to lease 911s through Porsche Finance using a special money factor of .00146.
This is important to note. Porsche is running these on a first come / first serve basis. When the certificates are gone, so are the deals. That means act sooner than later. Each dealer only has a limited amount of certificates as well. There isn't a huge pot that everyone takes from. Each dealer has a set amount and once they are gone, that's it.
#163 of 688 Re: 911 Lease Rates Feb 2009 [Car_man]
Mar 19, 2009 (11:54 am)
I'd love to take you up on the offer of providing residual values and cash allowance details!!! I'm looking either a:
2009 911 Turbo MSRP = $136,000
2009 911 Carrera S MSRP = $97,000
Again, thank you very much for the information, it's EXTREMELY helpful,
#164 of 688 Residuals on a 2009 C4 cab and C2s cab
Mar 19, 2009 (4:28 pm)
Hi Car Man, would you also please post the residuals for a 2009 C4 cabriolet and a C2s cabriolet? I'm negotiating with a dealer now and while they are offering quite a bit off MSRP (9,000) they are using a MF of .00170. I'd like to calculate what the deal would look like with a rate of .00146 as discussed above.
#165 of 688 Re: 911 Lease Rates March 2009 [Car_man]
Mar 22, 2009 (12:23 pm)
I am getting conflicting info from different dealerships on c2 and c2s
MF is .00146 by Porsche Financial
the residual 10K 61% 12 k 58% or is it 12 k 56% for both cars.
ALSO what is the cash back for the dealer? on c2 v. c2s and c4scab?
One more question... how much discount should I get. They are quoting 7k below MSRP--- on c2 90K msrp and 6K below MSRP on c2 83K.
Just pricing them out before going in for the final negotiations.
#166 of 688 Re: 911 Lease Rates March 2009 [glbmw]
Mar 23, 2009 (2:01 am)
Hi, I pulled the trigger on a C4 cabriolet on Saturday and thought I'd share a few details with you. My MF was slightly above .00146 but the dealer discounted the car nearly $12,000. I strongly urge you to push them for a much more aggressive discount and shop around. After 2 - 3 weeks of shopping around, I had discount offers of $10-11k from all 3 dealers I contacted.
#167 of 688 Re: 911 Lease Rates March 2009 [phil0sophy]
Mar 23, 2009 (5:39 am)
Would you mind sharing your msrp? I am wondering how close you got to invoice and how much cash back the dealer was getting.
#168 of 688 Re: 911 Lease Rates Feb 2009 [Car_man]
Mar 25, 2009 (7:28 pm)
Any update on residuals and exact cash allowances for c2, c2s and c4, I am looking at 10 k for 36 months for the above 3 trims.
#169 of 688 Best Deals in NY/LI area??
Mar 26, 2009 (8:24 am)
I am looking to obtain a 2009 C2S Tip or C4S Tip.......does anybody have a recommendation for who would be the most aggressive in their pricing in the NY/LI area ? Thanks for your help.
#170 of 688 Car Man Please Help
Apr 07, 2009 (2:34 am)
I am looking to lease an 09 C4S with 10K per year and would like to know the residual for calculating the lease price. (and to back into figuring what they are selling it to me for) . The car lists for $110,000 and I am getting a lease figure of $1400 including tax and no money down other than drive offs. Is this a good deal ? Thanks
#171 of 688 Re: 911 Lease Rates Feb 2009 [madmaxz06]
Apr 09, 2009 (2:13 am)
No problem, Max. Porsche's current buy rate lease money factor for all 2009 911s is .00146, if you can find a dealer that has a certificate to use. Porsche is providing a $3,500 cash incentive on the 2009 911 Turbo and $2,000 on the 2009 911 Carerra S.
These cars' residual values vary by term and mileage allowance. You never mentioned what either of these variables are, so for now I will assume that you are interested in a 36 month lease with 12,000 miles per year. Let me know if you want something different. Porsche's current residual value for these terms is 51% for the 2009 911 Turbo Coupe and 55% for the 911 Carerra S.
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