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Lexus IS 250, Lexus IS 350, Lexus IS, Car Leasing, Sedan
May 10, 2013 (10:10 am)
Get it at 15k miles will make it perfect, or why not wait till the new model comes out in 3 weeks and brings down the value of yrs?
#1650 of 1658 Re: Hows this deal? [xfs]
May 10, 2013 (10:52 pm)
Either you are insidecarbuy reposting as someone else, or you just didn't read 4 posts above, where the exact same deal was posted.
#1651 of 1658 2013 LEXUS IS250 AWD
May 12, 2013 (8:41 am)
Leased 13' IS250 AWD. Starfire White Pearl on Ecru. MSRP 43,942. 12k/27M. Zero due at signing. First month payment covered. $428 for remaining 26 months. Includes all fees and 9% sales tax.
#1652 of 1658 Lexus IS 2014
May 14, 2013 (11:44 am)
Just curious if anyone knows if when the 2014 Lexus IS comes out, are there typically offers/ support for newly released Lexus cars? Should I wait a couple of weeks to wait for the 2014 models or go for the 2013 model right now? Will the 2014 model be significantly more expensive to lease?
#1653 of 1658 Re: Lexus IS 2014 [xfs]
May 14, 2013 (1:26 pm)
I would definetly wait, because when ever new models come out the value of older models lessens. that is why car companies dont like to change models often. one web site says september is thee best month period bc thats when the new models are in and the new residual values are published. the fall is the best time bc CAR BRANDs offer incentives. for example there was an incentive of 5000 on my wifes acura. it was 33200 msrp, and went to 27500. we got the care 2 days after new year, so we took advantage of the end of the model year lease purchase this begins during the summer depending on when the cars come out. the dealer told me it starts in AUGUST for LEXUS. the new model comes out in june for the IS. im extending my lease so i can purchase my new lease in september. know your msrp, invoice, incentives, residuals, money factor and basic math, before you go bc this will save you 50-250 dollars a month.
#1655 of 1658 2014
May 17, 2013 (7:14 am)
Has anyone seen any offers/availability on the 2014 yet or heard about any Memorial Day weekend promotions?
#1656 of 1658 MY LEXUS IS250 LEASE NUMBERS -SOCAL
May 20, 2013 (10:54 am)
I just leased a 2013 IS250 sedan with Premium Package Value Edition in southern California. Here are in numbers:
36 months at $335+ tax/month. $0 Drive offs.
SALE PRICE 30,900
Cap Cost: 31,537
Residual Value: 61% /22,350
10,000 milage allowance annually
$350 Lexus Lease Disposition Fee
This deal is way better than the advertised lease special. I urge people to shop around if you are in southern California, especially if you are looking at the IS 250. The new model is coming in July and they are moving these things. There is $2500 Dealer Cash, and probably are some hidden incentives, too. My first payment and DMV costs were credited to me at closing so I paid nothing out of pocket; so my monthly is really lower than $333/month since I only have 35 payments to make. The dealer was about $50 a month less than the next best offers I had from competing Lexus dealers.
#1657 of 1658 2013 Model End Discounts
May 23, 2013 (5:34 pm)
With the 2014 launching in July, I figured it might be a good time to pick off a 2013. Had a few emails back and forth with 3 dealers, and so far the best offer for an IS250 AWD:
Looks like the poster above me got $5700 off as well. Anyone getting better offers? I'm buying in NY.
#1658 of 1658 Re: 2013 Model End Discounts [liiveri]
May 24, 2013 (7:50 am)
Typically I would be better to wait until it actually comes out! But the deals isn't bad! But you have the advantage get the car at that price with 15 k miles