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Old 01-13-18, 05:31 PM
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Nice combo! I love my red interior, anymore today interior color choices are limited. It's basically, red,black,gray and some variation of tan. I wish car makers would come back with solid color interiors as to where the dash,headliner,carpet... were all matching.
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Originally Posted by art2010 View Post
I got a final deal for a 2018 GS F-Sport:
$2600 down including first month's payment
$2000 MSD
MF .00008
RESIDUAL 54%
BUYOUT $30,866
$476/MONTH
36 MONTHS
12K/YEAR
MSRP $57,160

I got other quotes from two different dealers in CT and they were all $2600 down and $575-613/month. I think the above is a good deal. I have to make a decision by Monday, but I think I will take it.
Much better pricing. Still haggle them to $465 haha
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Old 01-14-18, 06:40 PM
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Originally Posted by joedaddy1 View Post
you are going to be paying over $600 a month.. if you are okay with it. Do it.. Personally, I would goto a BMW or Audi and get a 340i/S4 for the same price.

email the salesman back and get the money factor..
Originally Posted by art2010 View Post
I got a final deal for a 2018 GS F-Sport:
$2600 down including first month's payment
$2000 MSD
MF .00008
RESIDUAL 54%
BUYOUT $30,866
$476/MONTH
36 MONTHS
12K/YEAR
MSRP $57,160

I got other quotes from two different dealers in CT and they were all $2600 down and $575-613/month. I think the above is a good deal. I have to make a decision by Monday, but I think I will take it.
nice buyout price! My 2015 Fsport has a buyout of 37k on my 36 month lease, if it was 30k, I would buy it out, my lease is up in March, I think overall great deal.
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Old 01-14-18, 09:21 PM
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Originally Posted by art2010 View Post
I got a final deal for a 2018 GS F-Sport:
$2600 down including first month's payment
$2000 MSD
MF .00008
RESIDUAL 54%
BUYOUT $30,866
$476/MONTH
36 MONTHS
12K/YEAR
MSRP $57,160

I got other quotes from two different dealers in CT and they were all $2600 down and $575-613/month. I think the above is a good deal. I have to make a decision by Monday, but I think I will take it.
for a 2018 model in January of 2018.. i think that deal is pretty good.. you can't fight for another $10 off a month, but not worth anyone's time.

good job assuming the $2600 is the drive-off.. meaning it includes $2000 in MSD..
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Old 02-12-18, 06:12 PM
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Did you get the car and are those your final numbers?
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Old 02-12-18, 08:27 PM
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Yeah... How did it go?
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Old 02-13-18, 05:53 PM
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I did get the car and am extremely happy with it. I sold my 2016 RX Luxury package, which I was so disappointed with the transmission hesitation and wind noise. I got the dealer to go down to:
$1850 down including first month's payment
$476 / month
12k miles / year
$2000 MSD, refundable after lease ends
$29,600 buyout

The car was a manager's car with 5900 miles on it. I love it much better than the RX. It's just a little harder getting in and out of the car lol, but it's so much fun to drive.
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Old 02-13-18, 08:57 PM
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Originally Posted by art2010 View Post
I did get the car and am extremely happy with it. I sold my 2016 RX Luxury package, which I was so disappointed with the transmission hesitation and wind noise. I got the dealer to go down to:
$1850 down including first month's payment
$476 / month
12k miles / year
$2000 MSD, refundable after lease ends
$29,600 buyout

The car was a manager's car with 5900 miles on it. I love it much better than the RX. It's just a little harder getting in and out of the car lol, but it's so much fun to drive.
typical retired loaner or demo cars (managers car my behind) command a 25-30% discount from msrp. That equates to the cap cost which your lease is based on. Loaner and demo cars should lease around .6-.7% of msrp with tax, fees rolled in and 0 down. I donít think your deal is that great. But again, the GS does not lease well to begin with. Forget about the numbers and enjoy the car
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Old 02-16-18, 01:33 AM
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Originally Posted by joedaddy1 View Post
you are going to be paying over $600 a month.. if you are okay with it. Do it.. Personally, I would goto a BMW or Audi and get a 340i/S4 for the same price.

email the salesman back and get the money factor..
3 series and S4 are in the IS class, why would OP get a car from a different class

The new 530's are going for like $550ish monthly and new E classes are going for about $600ish, not that far off
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