2016 GMC Sierra 1500 Denali or loaded SLE | June - California - Los Angeles

Looking to lease a GMC Sierra 1500 in California, Los Angeles (or surrounding areas).

Currently my 2013 42 month Audi A5 lease with 4,500 miles is up in 5 months (Noting this cause maybe I can get some incentive on that too, since it’s such low millage). I pay $460/month for this (incl. tax) – I don’t think I have tier 1 credit (due to some minor identity fraud from 10 years ago), but I got this deal cause I leased 3 audi’s thus far with no missed payments)

  • Yearly millage needed around: 1,500 miles per year–flawless driving record; a neat freak:meaning I always return the lease in excellent condition.
  • Color black or white
  • 4WD
  • I’m a member the American (California) Farm Bureau Federation (http://www.fbadvantage.com/Deals/gm/)
  • Haven’t seen any in person yet, but I am more concerned more about appearance than performance (I live in Los Angeles, so just need it to haul oversized items that normally wouldn’t fit in regular cars (furniture, tools storage, building material, etc)
  • 24-42 month lease, whatever works out as lowest payment.
  • Want to pay less than $500/months (incl. tax)

Do you mean 15,000 miles per year? And do you only 4,500 miles on the Audi or 45,000 miles? If it’s the former, then you might have some lease equity on the car. Consider getting it appraised by Beepi or CarMax.

Approximately $500/month on 2016 Sierra 1500 Denali 4WD should be doable.

This is for a 36/12K lease. Selling price was from TrueCar. Includes $500 Farm Bureau and $500 Competitive Lease Conquest.

Thank you for that breakdown.

Yeah, that wasn’t a typo… I know, that milage is really low-- I actually drive only ~1000 miles per year.