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Old 01-29-19, 02:47 PM
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would definitely need msrp at the least for the one your talking about and could evaluate with just that. but to really get a good idea if it's a good deal, would need all of the above mentioned figures

one notable is that you NEVER want to put money down on a lease. EVER! I wouldn't even like to roll in my equity from a trade to be honest... see my post above from a few days ago for explanation...
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Old 01-29-19, 02:52 PM
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Would a deal with 15k miles for 39 months on the base f sport for $415 a month be a good deal in your opinion with no money down except tag and first month?

msrp 40,250
residual 54%
Im putting down 7 MSDís
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Old 01-29-19, 03:45 PM
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Originally Posted by ryanb32 View Post
Thanks a lot for the explanation. It definitely makes more sense now. I think 39 month lease makes more sense since I wonít have to worry about tires or brakes hopefully.

Would a deal with 15k miles for 39 months on the base f sport for $415 a month be a good deal in your opinion with no money down except tag and first month?
I still don't understand why you don't want to do 36 months. With 39 months you may have to pay for an extra year of registration plus other maintenance items.
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Old 01-29-19, 04:09 PM
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It doesn't sound like a terrible deal but I wouldn't feel like jumping out of shoes to go get it. To cezar9 's point, the only reason that they are going to push you to a 39 month lease is because it's going to lower the payment which isn't a terrible idea but they are still running off of the 36month residual calculation...
you need to clarify with them on the mileage usage details. I estimate your deal to have a net cap cost ( or termed 'lease price' ) to be in the 35-36k range...
Right down to it, I think you can find a better deal...
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Old 01-29-19, 04:29 PM
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I got them down to 399 a month with 15k 39 months. Same info as above with zero down and 7 msd. Is this is a deal that I should take and run?
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Old 01-29-19, 06:39 PM
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I got them down to 399 a month with 15k 39 months. Same info as above with zero down and 7 msd. Is this is a deal that I should take and run?
They are moving in the right direction. Try to get them down in the 380 range. I think itís feasible and a pretty good deal based off of whatís provided but you do what feels comfortable to you.
One thing I would dig into is the total allotted mileage for the total 39 month term. Is it 45k miles, 60k miles or a prorated for 3mths after 36 totaling 48,750? If itís more than you need, adjust down to save more $$ BUT donít undercut yourself on miles over say 20$ / month because it could turn costly at lease return.
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Old 01-31-19, 11:29 AM
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Originally Posted by claarn View Post
my250sfp check out nalley lexus. they are corporately owned by asbury automotive meaning you could get a hell'ish of a deal like we did... you need to target a 12%+ discount off msrp. their trade values are very respectable if you can negotiate as always, get a preliminary quote from carmax to set fair market value if you're trading anything
claarn I will have a trade in..my 2011 Lexus IS250 F Sport. It has low mileage and in good condition. You mentioned my post earlier was a good deal as long as no trade in was involved. Since I do, you think it's not? I figure as long as they give me kbb value then it's good or should I ask for more? I don't plan on dropping the trade in info on them until we agree on a final price. Feel free to PM me if that's easier.
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Old 01-31-19, 11:53 AM
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KBB is just OK but I don't use it make a deal based off of what it generates. Run it to CarMax to get a fair market value and use that as your trade offer. If the Lexus dealer comes within say 5% or so of CarMax's offer then I would definitely take it because it will save you on sales tax on the new deal (assuming you have equity in the trade of course).
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KBB is just OK but I don't use it make a deal based off of what it generates. Run it to CarMax to get a fair market value and use that as your trade offer. If the Lexus dealer comes within say 5% or so of CarMax's offer then I would definitely take it because it will save you on sales tax on the new deal (assuming you have equity in the trade of course).
I do, it's completely paid off. I'm the original owner. Bought it brand new. Lol
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