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Volkswagen Tiguan, Car Buying, Car Leasing, SUV
#554 of 606 Re: Seeking opinion - is this a good deal? [kyfdx]
Feb 02, 2013 (7:33 pm)
Thanks - FWD
#555 of 606 Need lease info for February
Feb 16, 2013 (11:12 am)
The lease on my CC will be expiring in a couple of months and I'm looking to get a Tiguan. CarMan can you give me the info I need for February? (ie. money factor, residual, incentives, etc)
I also received a $500 coupon for attending and speaking to a VW rep at the local new car show. How would that factor in here?? Also, how are the options (mats, climatronic, passenger seat) figured in? Are those added to the cap cost? I added them to it in my numbers below. What about the destination fee? Is it figured in to the MSRP or just something I can pay at signing?
Here is the vehicle I found that I would like to lease. I will be doing a 3yr lease with 10k miles/year.
2013 Volkswagen Tiguan 4WD 4dr Auto SE w/Sunroof & Nav - Wild Cherry Metallic
-manual passenger seat
Here's where I'm at so far. If I use January's info (58% residual and MF .00016) and I'm going to be shooting for the True Market Value I found on Edmunds which is $31,458 + $241 (climatronic) + $185 (Tiguan mat kit) - $150 (manual passenger seat) + $825 (destination fee) = $32,606.
With those numbers in mind I figured the cap cost should be $31,734. With a money factor of .00016 and residual of 58% I should have a pre-tax payment of $351.73 for 36 months ($382.51 w/tax). I'd only like to pay the destination and 1st payment at signing which would be $1207.51
None of this includes the $500 coupon I have because I didn't know where it factored in.
Does this sound feasible?
Feb 16, 2013 (8:05 pm)
Looking to get my daughter her first car. I would like to lease the vw tiguan with the 2.0t SE no sunroof or nav. 36 months. They want me to put 1900 down and 365/month tax included and it comes with 12,000 miles. Great credit. Am I getting robbed? Thx in advance
#557 of 606 Got the lease worksheet
Feb 17, 2013 (3:06 pm)
The dealer sent me the lease worksheet and I'm trying to make sense of why our numbers don't match. The first thing I see is how the depreciation is calculated. When I look at the Edmunds site it says to subtract residual from cap cost. Now I thought the cap cost was the agreed upon cost of the car?! But maybe its not that simple. Because the agreed upon price is $31,791. However on this worksheet it says adjusted cap cost $33,115.56. The $33,115 is coming from the agreed upon price + acquisition fee - amount paid in cash. $31,791 + $625 - $569.11 = $32,416. Hmmm.....now there is something else that doesn't add up. What's on the worksheet and how the numbers actually add up are different by around $1,200. Maybe I'm overlooking something here?!?
Is there anyone around that can help me make sense of this? I was hoping to go shopping tomorrow.
Ohh and it looks like the money factor is now .00066 or at least that is what's on my worksheet. That extra .0005 actually makes a pretty big difference in the monthly payment. A $27/month difference in my case.
#558 of 606 Re: Need lease info for February [talon4x4]
by Car_man HOST
Feb 21, 2013 (4:18 pm)
Hi talon4x4. Volkswagen Credit's February buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Tiguan SE with Sunroof, Navigation and 10,000 miles per year are .00016 and 58% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.
When negotiating your deal on this truck, make sure to take advantage of the $500 cash incentive that is currently available on leases of it.
If I was in the market for this vehicle, I personally would shoot for a selling price of $500 to $1,000 over the invoice price that is listed here (preferably towards the lower end) minus the $500 lease cash minus the $500 coupon that you have if it's from the manufacturer.
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#559 of 606 Re: chillyal [chillyal]
by Car_man HOST
Feb 21, 2013 (4:28 pm)
Hi chillyal. It would be much easier for us to evaluate this deal if you were able to provide us with this truck's MSRP and selling price. The selling prices of leased vehicles are negotiable, just as if you were paying cash for or financing them. Without this number, it is more difficult to tell how large a dealer discount you are being given an in turn if there is any room left to negotiate.
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#560 of 606 Re: chillyal [Car_man]
Feb 21, 2013 (5:15 pm)
I was given no prices just 1900 down 365 month for an SE 4 motion
And 1600 down 306 month for a S 4 motion niether have sunroof or nav.
I guess I better go back andget some real numbers from them.
We are also looking at the ford escape on sat. any thoughts on that one?
Your the best
#561 of 606 Need leasing numbers for February
Feb 25, 2013 (1:36 pm)
Help with two questions please. Need Feb. buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease 2013 Tiguan SEL FWD with 12K miles/year for top credit tier. Also would appreciate if others can tell me what they are being quoted for 2013 Tiguan SEL FWD with 12K miles/year lease. Any additional info is appreciated. Thx
#562 of 606 my deal feb 28th 2013
Feb 28, 2013 (5:39 pm)
2013 tiguan S
with panoramic roof
12k miles a year
$268 a month and that is including tax.
I think I did well, and my wife loves the car, silver really makes it look expensive.
#563 of 606 Tiguan SE 2WD
Feb 28, 2013 (10:22 pm)
Got a Tiguan SE 2WD (without nav/sunroof) for my wife tonight in Central FL. Pretty smooth process completed totally via e-mail. Selling price was $26,530 + fees. (Here in FL most dealers charge a "dealer fee" of $599-$799. This dealer charged $579 which is one of the lower ones around.) It's just a game and as long as you can get to at least $600 or so below invoice before any rebates, it's basically a wash. Payment for 36 mo/12k miles came to $325 (including tax) and all I paid up front was the 1st payment. Wife turned in a Jetta that had 5 months left on the lease and they basically bought it for the pay-off amount which was slightly more than what Kelley BB said the trade-in would be worth, but they made up the difference to do the deal. Oh - and they threw in the mat kit. Overall, I think it was a pretty good deal.