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Toyota Prius, Car Leasing, Hybrid Cars
#378 of 473 Re: Got Our New Prius [xowiifit]
Mar 19, 2013 (6:10 pm)
Hi! I'm a little outside your area. We got that deal at Vancouver Toyota in Washington state (not the Canadian Vancouver!). No sales tax as we're in Oregon.
Apr 09, 2013 (11:17 am)
Hi Car Man. What are the April money factor and residual values on a Prius IV? Thanks.
#380 of 473 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid Leasing Info
Apr 09, 2013 (11:56 am)
Good afternoon Car_men and everyone,
Does anyone know the current leasing rates for April?
(2013 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid)
1. Money Factor for a 2 year lease
2. Residual Value 15000 miles/year
3. Incentive Rebates
#381 of 473 Re: Prius IV numbers [audiinterested]
Apr 17, 2013 (10:49 am)
I believe Car_Man is on vacation. He usually replies to our concerns within 2 days, sorry for the waiting.
I went over the last weekend to a Toyota dealership in Brooklyn NY, the sales was a crook. I saw his dealer sales chart from Toyota.
Regular Prius money factor is 0.0009 for 36 months 62%
Plug-in Prius money factor is 0.0000 is zero percent for 36 months 62%, I just don't know why he type in 0.0001 in his computer doing the calculation. I think 0 can be input as a number so he type in 0.0001 instead.
Toyota still offers the Plug-in model with $3000.00 rebate.
Hope these numbers are correct.
#382 of 473 Prius IV deal...
Apr 21, 2013 (2:14 pm)
Coming up at the end of my lease on my current Prius IV. Have 2 payments left. Dealer proposed new Prius IV with Deluxe Solar room pkg, putting the last 2 payments in, using the $500 loyalty rebate. Here's what the deal would be:
2013 Prius IV with Deluxe Solar Roof
Lease: 36 mo./12K miles per year; First payment plus taxes and $650 bank fee upfront at $399/mo.
Is this a good deal?
#383 of 473 Prius IV deal In Scottsdale, Arizona
Apr 25, 2013 (6:22 pm)
Hello. I am turning in my 2010 prius lease next week and will likely pick up a new prius lease. I am looking at the same model IV prius with msrp of $29,573 on dealer website (RIght Toyota).
What points should i use to negotiate lease to my benefit. i plan to go with a 2-3 year 12k/yr lease duration.
any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
- how do i find out the MF?
- i want to put minimal cash down.
-overages should not be an issue
-what other back end dealer profit makers do i need to be wary of?
#384 of 473 Prius 2 lease or buy
May 03, 2013 (3:01 pm)
What are money factor and residual value for 3 years, 15 K mi lease for Prius 2 in May?
Toyota offers both lease and buy deals. Would be interested in $0 down $299 or less lease (could be less, since this number is for MSRP price) or 0% APR for 60 month buy, which could come up to around or a little more than $400 with $0 down.
Completely redesign Prius with 60 miles per gallon or so is coming out in the middle of 2015, according to motortrend.com and others, so do you think buying would make more sense here or not?
Thank you in advance!
#385 of 473 Good lease deal for 2013 Prius V Trim 3
May 09, 2013 (9:18 am)
Is the following a good lease deal for a 2013 Prius V Trim 3?
36 Month Lease
$279.72 / month including tax
I also asked the questions below and was given the following numbers from the dealer.
1. What's the manufacturer's list price? $28,435.00
2. What is the true invoice price? $26,962.72
3. What's my price on the vehicle? $25,434.63
4. What is the residual price? $17,546.00
5. What is the money factor? 0.00050
6. What is the converted interest rate? 1.2%
7. 7. What is the absolute drive off cost with down payment, 1st month's payment, taxes, etc.? The $650.00 would be the only money out of pocket. This will consist of your 1st Months Payment, Registration, and a little cap reduction. There is a $650.00 Acquisition Fee and $80.00 Document Fee but those are getting rolled into the loan unless you wanted to pay those up front.
Thank you for your help everyone!
#386 of 473 Re: Good lease deal for 2013 Prius V Trim 3 [canibale]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
May 09, 2013 (10:34 am)
$280/mo. for a $28K MSRP car looks like a great deal...
May 10, 2013 (1:50 pm)
Could you also answer my question above please, if car_man is on vacation.