Hey guys, I hope you can help. I’m in norcal trying to get myself into a 2016 Buick Encore. A few facts
- I own a 2012 Camry
- I don’t currently lease a car.
- I’m located in nor cal
After seeing the regal deal I thought I might try my luck at a Encore since I’m looking to get into an SUV with leather for $150 a month - hackers: I’m flexible on the car so if I’m barking up the wrong tree let me know.
Here are the pricing and incentives I found on Trucar:
- AAA member saving - $100
- Conquest Cast - $1000
- Auto Show Bonus - $500
Targeted incentives - I have no idea what they are or where to find them.
MSRP = $31760
Pre incentive discount = 5% - $30172
I’m wondering if anyone can help with the targeted incentives for nor cal, and if anyone has had any luck with the Encore.
Numbers for '16 Encore FWD Leather:
Residual: 67% (24 mo, 10K/year)
GM Financial lease cash: $2,100 (all)
Incremental Bonus cash: $500 (regional)
Conquest cash: $1,000 (targeted; must own or lease non-GM car)
SUVs in general are pretty popular, so there aren’t a lot of discounts to be had.
Assuming MSRP $31,760 and 5% off, that’s $264/mo (including acquisition fee, not including sales tax) with first month’s payment, doc fee, and license/registration due at signing (about $600 total).
I leased a 2015 Encore AWD Leather MSRP of $31,770 on 1/4/16 (last day to lease a 2015). 2 years, 15,000 miles per year, no money down, $281 per month. I used GM Costco supplier discount plus dealer went lower. Was able to use $1,000 Buick Conquest cash and I did have $1,000 in GM card points to use, which effectively paid the taxes (VA charges 4.1% tax on total price, not just the lease payment). Getting $700 Costco cash card to boot. I really like the Encore except it is a little lacking in power. The Sport version 2016 has about 20 more horsepower, so may want to look into that.