NP007
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Whats the best lease deal ever?

Sun Dec 20, 2015 5:02 am

My deal, 5k out of pocket, 1050 security deposit, 2500 California rebate, $128 monthly, 30 months, 10k, laurel gray, BEV, MEGA, TECH.

Granted my model is bare bone. Just curious to find out if anyone has done better.

hessecmd
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Re: Whats the best lease deal ever?

Wed Feb 24, 2016 8:51 am

Not sure if this was a great deal but I'll post my details:
$4500 down, $289 a month 12k miles Giga with every option ($52k MSRP).

Propman
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Re: Whats the best lease deal ever?

Wed Feb 24, 2016 10:59 am

2105 BEV, Laurel Grey, Parking, 20" wheels.

$7700 trade in of VW TDI (nobody would buy the disgraced diesel so I was happy to trade it), $2300 down.

$51/month on a 36/15,000 lease plus I get the $2500 from CA.

I normally would not buy down a lease with a car up front but in the case of the TDI it seemed like the easiest way to get rid of it.

Schnort
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Re: Whats the best lease deal ever?

Wed Feb 24, 2016 1:27 pm

I bought (using owners choice, so its pretty much a lease) a base (only heated seats) model 2014 BEV used as a demo for $1500 down and $200/month for 24 months, 10K miles per year. State rebate was $2500.

Overall out of pocket for two years is ~$160/month.

Subtract out gas and estimated ongoing repairs on the dying subaru I sold puts me at about $0/month to drive it for two years (or even net positive. that subaru was a money pit in repairs and had cost me about $150/month the years I owned it after warranty)

Plus carmax missed the ball on evaluating my dying subaru and gave me $4k for it.

sunny
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Re: Whats the best lease deal ever?

Wed Feb 24, 2016 2:57 pm

End of Jan., 2015 BEV giga with tech package ($47,950 sticker), $5000 down (trade-in) $165 a month for 30 months. 12,000 mi. a year. who says no to that!!!!!
2015 BEV i3 Giga

genetiix
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Re: Whats the best lease deal ever?

Thu Feb 25, 2016 8:59 pm

55K MSRP , 235/mth (that's including taxes) 30 month lease. After all is said and done, total 30 month cost net of rebates and MSD = $7300.

We should be calculating the total net lease cost as a better comparison.

i3green
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Re: Whats the best lease deal ever?

Thu Feb 25, 2016 10:23 pm

genetiix wrote:55K MSRP , 235/mth (that's including taxes) 30 month lease. After all is said and done, total 30 month cost net of rebates and MSD = $7300.

We should be calculating the total net lease cost as a better comparison.



:shock: :mrgreen: nice deal.


mine is 340/mth, 2k down @24mth/10k for 54KMSRP
born electric 06/02/2016 BMWi3Rex Iconic Silver Terra :)

iSparky
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Re: Whats the best lease deal ever?

Mon Feb 29, 2016 2:17 pm

Just picked ours up this past Saturday...
MSRP 51245 (Rex, white, giga, tech)
Down: $2500 (basically $0 when we get our California rebate)
Term: 30 Months
Payment: $285/mo

michaelbmw
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Re: Whats the best lease deal ever?

Mon Feb 29, 2016 4:58 pm

Schnort wrote:I bought (using owners choice, so its pretty much a lease) a base (only heated seats) model 2014 BEV used as a demo for $1500 down and $200/month for 24 months, 10K miles per year. State rebate was $2500.

Overall out of pocket for two years is ~$160/month.

Subtract out gas and estimated ongoing repairs on the dying subaru I sold puts me at about $0/month to drive it for two years (or even net positive. that subaru was a money pit in repairs and had cost me about $150/month the years I owned it after warranty)

Plus carmax missed the ball on evaluating my dying subaru and gave me $4k for it.


Are you in California? If so don't expect the $2500. 30 month lease minimum to qualify

Schnort
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Re: Whats the best lease deal ever?

Tue Mar 01, 2016 7:45 am

michaelbmw wrote:Are you in California? If so don't expect the $2500. 30 month lease minimum to qualify

No, not in California. Also, not a lease, but "owners choice".

Already got the check and cashed it.

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