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#33 of 52 Re: Residual And Money Factor Question [csluke]
by Car_man HOST
Jun 07, 2007 (2:31 am)
Greetings csluke. Here's the info that you're looking for. Chrysler Financial's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 2007 Chrysler Aspen Base AWD with 15,000 miles per year are .00177 and 42%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 39 month lease are .00186 and 41%. I had to make an assumption about the trim level that you are interested in since you never mentioned what it was. Let me know if you want a different version of this truck. When negotiating your lease, make sure to take the $1,000 lease cash that is available on it into account. It will help you to negotiate an attractive capitalized cost. Chrysler Financial charges a $700 acquisition fee on every vehicle that it leases. Individual dealers do not have the authority to waive this charge. You can either pay it at lease signing or toll it into your truck's capitalized cost to make it part of your monthly payment.
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Aug 17, 2007 (5:28 pm)
I would like to know if you can lease a used Aspen, it is a 2007 with 12k on it
#35 of 52 Re: qdog [dquirini]
by Car_man HOST
Aug 27, 2007 (3:47 am)
Hi dquirini. If the Aspen that you are interested in is a demo vehicle or a service loaner there is a chance that it still qualifies for Chrysler's new vehicle lease program. It it has been titled and it is considered to be a used vehicle then it does not. While they can usually be leased, the lack of support on used vehicle leases often makes them as expensive or more expensive to lease than similar brand new models. Make sure to compare any lease quote that you get on the Aspen that has 12,000 miles on it to a quote on a similar brand new truck.
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#36 of 52 Re: qdog [Car_man]
Feb 26, 2008 (1:09 pm)
Does anybody have the current money factor / residual % for a 2008 Aspen Limited 4x4 Package E (MSRP ~36475)? I'm looking for a 36 - 39 month lease, 15,000 per year.
Thanks in advance!
#37 of 52 Aspen Lease Quote
Mar 11, 2008 (10:54 am)
We were looking at the Aspen Limited Hemi - about $42,000 - can get friends and family discount. Have the Commander that is going back, current lease expires 2/9/09. Must have the captain chairs in the middle. Thanks!
Mar 24, 2008 (3:57 pm)
Looking to order
2008 Aspen Limited 4x4 with 28J package
Trailer Tow Group
Popular Equipment Group
MyGig with NAV
Dealer's current offer is $546 a month with $546 first payment only at inception.
10.5K 36 month lease.
45% residual with a .00070 MF
MSRP is $43,065
Dealer discount is $4,114
Manufacturer rebates and credits are $4,400
#39 of 52 Still shopping
Apr 11, 2008 (1:15 pm)
Not that it seems that anyone else is here or cares.
08 Aspen Limited (Mineral Gray, Black, Cognac, or Sandstone in inventory), all options except for engine block heater. 45K MSRP give or take a few bucks depending on paint color.
First payment down $499 a month for 36 month 10.5K mileage lease.
Apr 20, 2008 (7:50 pm)
Looking into an 2008 Aspen, Limited, signature package w/ 4.7L engine, leather, rear dvd.
Does anyone know the residual values and MF? Also, expected bottom line pricing for this vehicle?
Looking at a 36mo lease w/ 12K miles/yr.
Appreciate any info and insight.
#41 of 52 Re: Lease questions [dr_j_boston]
Apr 22, 2008 (4:11 pm)
Just did the exact same thing only I got the Hemi. They started in the $500 range and I finally got them down to $385 with about $1800 down which include $350 to carry the bumber to bumber warranty the extra 3 months. They have a $3000 rebate right now at least in the Atlanta area.
I don't know residual value and MF.
#42 of 52 Re: Lease questions [blazen68]
Apr 22, 2008 (6:41 pm)
thanks. was that 2 wd or AWD?