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Volvo C70, Car Leasing, Car Buying, Convertible
#72 of 80 2011 C70 Lease
Apr 23, 2011 (10:47 pm)
Have been offered 697.57 per month lease 36 months 12K miles with $1,000 down, including first month payment, for a C70 priced at 45,700 (excluding tax, title and fees) with money factor 0.000820. This is C70 with leather seats, multimedia, climate and convenience package, blind spot information system.
How does that sound to you, cause to me there is room for improvement, but I was hoping I would get the April/May money factor for top tier. Also, the lease numbers per month do not add up. Thanks
#73 of 80 Re: 2011 C70 Lease Rates [student4life19]
Apr 25, 2011 (9:08 pm)
Not sure exactly what the MF is or even if it's fixed dealer to dealer. When looking around, three places seemed to each use a different number. I stopped focusing on the MF and just the bottom line. Most started at 500/mo but then we got a bit of a bidding war going and ended up with this:
2011 C70 with the convenience and climate packages, metallic paint, and wind guard ($43895 MSRP). The negotiated lease prices was just under 39000 (i have an s40 so loyalty may come into play). 10k miles for 36 months. 9.25% sales tax in our county. $3500 down and $420 a month including tax... all out the door prices.
So glad I walked out on the first place at $460/mo (they couldn't produce a list of fees so it just seemed shady). Supposedly there was at $995 acquisition fee which we laughed at and were told that they might be able to get it down. We just took our business elsewhere. Eventually they called and said they could do $420 but it was too late
#75 of 80 Re: 2011 C70 Lease Rates [volvovinny]
Apr 27, 2011 (5:42 pm)
Thank you for sharing your experience--I also decided to focus on bottom line numbers. After visiting 2 Volvo dealerships in my area (south FL) last weekend, I got my C70 with convenience package, metallic paint and BLIS a couple of days ago.
I negotiated a price of $38,600 (MSRP $43,075), put down $2,000, they paid off $11K owed on my previous Volvo (trade in value $9,500) and applied my loyalty $1,000.
My lease is 36 months, 15K miles at $479/mo with tax. Overall I'm very pleased with my deal given the negative equity on the old Volvo and my needing extra mileage allowance. The free factory scheduled maintenance is also a plus.
I hope this info helpful to anyone shopping for a C70, because it seems everyone on the boards is shopping for the XC's!
#77 of 80 Re: MY2010 C70 [newvolvoowner]
Jul 23, 2012 (8:37 pm)
Now that you've had the C70 for 2 years+ would you do it again? How is the car running? I'm in the market for a C70 and wanted to know if I should do the Sweden trip. Hope you're still loving the volvo.
#78 of 80 Re: A Very Good Mistake... [cricket4]
Jul 24, 2012 (11:20 am)
It's been 6 years, do you still love the C70? I'm thinking of getting one but not sure.
Hope this finds you well.
#79 of 80 Re: Furthermore [jtrego]
Jul 24, 2012 (11:31 am)
Just read your post. You've had the C70 for a while now, would you still recommend it? I'm thinking of getting one in a few months.
hope this finds you well.
#80 of 80 Great time to buy a classic!
Dec 06, 2013 (3:41 pm)
Just a heads up to those who might be considering a new C70. I just traded our '11 on a new '13 and will pick it up tomorrow.
The price was fantastic, making it a little easier to take the 'hit' on trading after only 2.5 years.
I received $7500 off just by walking in the door PLUS another $2000 off for Volvo loyalty. We even lowered the price a smidge more but I honestly would have been happy at $9500 off the $45K sticker.
They are going fast !!! Our dealer is down to 5 or 6 units left!