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2015 GS 350 F Sport Lease (December Sales Event)

 
Old 12-25-14, 08:45 AM
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Hey guys,

Looking to see if I'm getting a good lease deal on the 2015 GS 350 F sport (fully loaded) RWD.
Black exterior and interior.

MSRP : $57,685.
36 mos.
15,000 miles
Monthly payment: $470.00 (includes taxes & fees)
$3000.00 due at signing.
Residual value at 70%.
$1450 rebate and first months payment waivered.
I'm in So Cal, Los Angeles.

Need some feedback on this before I pull the trigger. Thanks!
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Old 12-25-14, 08:57 AM
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Old 12-25-14, 10:40 AM
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Hi,
I would start by searching around here, since there's been a lot of good discussion recently on leases and what people are getting in SoCal. It doesn't sound like a good deal to me if you're having to come in with 3K down and your still at 470.

For comparison, I got into a 2015 F sport, with ML sound, and some other add-ons, and I'm at 520 a month, tax incl, with 0 down and 12k per year.

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Old 12-25-14, 11:39 AM
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Thanks for the help. My offer seems similar to yours assuming youre on a 36 mos lease as well.

My offer:
$3000+35 mos. x 470 = $19,450 (1st month waived)

Your lease:
36 mos. x $520 = $18,720

Difference:
$730.

I am paying for an additional 3k miles and I do drive alot. I've estimated my annual mileage and it comes between 12-14k. I guess this deal I was offered suits my driving habits. But I will keep looking and search for better deals. Thanks for the two cents!
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You can get a better deal. Aim for 2k down instead.
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I was quoted 0 down $506 including tax at Longo Lexus. Lease terms were almost identical except I went with 12k instead of 15k. My residual is around $36,000. I put 2 down to bring payments down to $443 and added a Lexus maintenance that bumped back up to $482.. I think you can do better then your deal. I would advise negotiate it with 0 down 1st. THEN put 2 down when u think u got the payment lowest possible. GOOD LUCK
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How are these figured and when do you bring it up during negotiations? So far I'm at $51k on a $57 MSRP 2015 Crafted Line GS 36/15k 62 RV and .0009 MF. Suggestions guys?
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Originally Posted by rtuimauga View Post
How are these figured and when do you bring it up during negotiations? So far I'm at $51k on a $57 MSRP 2015 Crafted Line GS 36/15k 62 RV and .0009 MF. Suggestions guys?
Suggestion - GET IT!!!
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Why not wait a few weeks and see what the refresh looks like?
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Old 12-31-14, 10:28 AM
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Originally Posted by LexRuger View Post
Why not wait a few weeks and see what the refresh looks like?
This is exactly what I am doing....
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Originally Posted by LexRuger View Post
Why not wait a few weeks and see what the refresh looks like?
December to remember pricing won't be available next few weeks
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Don't put money down on a lease. People around here put nothing down and still got payments under $500.
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Originally Posted by Khandfw View Post
December to remember pricing won't be available next few weeks
True but the refresh will possibly get new colors and features. Plus it will look newer longer. OP might not care about that but it's definitely something to consider.
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Old 12-31-14, 10:53 AM
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I know I'm getting that Ultrasonic Blue when it comes out! IF it ever going to come out. lol
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Im about to go to Sewell and see what they can do since my lease ends in March!
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