2016 Ram 1500 Big Horn Lease Numbers

Going in tomorrow to finalize a lease a new Ram. Wanted your thoughts.

2016 Ram 1500 Big Horn Crew
Navigation, leather, alpine sound system, bed liner, heating package, and side steps.
50.7K Sticker

I am rolling in the payments from a previous Ram lease with $1200 left

We agreed to $299.25 per month with $850 due at signing with employee discount.

So if you take away the previous payments and tax I am paying $235 per month. (6% tax in Michigan)

15K miles & 24 months



How is that even possible?

They are marking down the trucks a ton this month

SUper deal. Take it. Did you check edmunds certificate/incentive? There is a 1000 certificate which would be an extra 40 a month off lol…

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This is worthy of front page deal once you post all your numbers in this thread. Michael you can put this one up! I want to say that this deal is so good it is almost criminal (as in Nnn96 is stealing this truck)

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I’ll see if they can make the certificate work, but I doubt it

Can you post details as soon as you get the truck please? I am looking at Laramie and would like to have all info before I visit dealer. Thanks.

Sure, but what details exactly are you looking for? And as far as I know this is the best month to lease the 16’s so you might want to hurry before the month is over.

Do you have residual values for 24/36 months and 15K miles? What is the MF for tier 1?

Basically I am looking for the RAM lease numbers. Price I was quoted is good and I may get few bucks more off and get exact same numbers as few people posted on ram1500diesel.com. I do not want to “taken” by a dealer on the lease part…

I am not sure of any of those figures, but I will see if I can get them tomorrow. Keep in mind that this is employee pricing.

Only thing I would suggest is getting your current Ram appraised from Carmax or other car buying services to see if they can give you an offer better than negative $1200.

Just post a pic of your lease papers (feel free to blur personal details) and that will be most helpful. Even without edmunds 1k this is sweet but i see no reason they say no to edmunds.

This is an insane deal, wish i would have waited a couple months to lease my Ram!

I agree that is the best deal there bar none.

Update: Just picked the truck up.

Payment - $299.58

Due at signing - $1000 (I thought it was $850 at first, my mistake)

This price is INCLUDING the remaining payments left on my current lease which totals $1200.

2016 Ram 1500 Big Horn
MSRP - $50,565
W/ Employee discount

The only negotiating I did was counter the salesmans offer of $315 per month and ask for $300, which he ended up accepting.

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@Nnn96 Numbers that you have listed do not mean much. Whatever the employee discount is that is fine, Chrysler is giving 20% off plus incentives. I was curious what was the agreed price before the trade? What is residual and MF? Rest I can calculate based on my quote. Thanks.

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This deal is making me want a truck!
I just have no need nor a place for it!

How much was the employee discount

There are already signs light-truck production is outstripping demand. In addition to Ford’s production trims, Fiat Chrysler’s Ram pickup division in September began a two-month promotion it called the “strongest truck program EVER.” The discounts were as
much as an $11,600 price cut on certain models.
One customer at Rentschler Chrysler Jeep Dodge near Allentown, Pa., this month landed a $56,000 Ram for $41,000, taking advantage of various promotions. Those deals “really drive our Ram traffic,” dealer Greg Rentschler said. GM responded this month with an $11,000 discount on a popular version of the Chevrolet Silverado. “When you start taking 11 grand off a truck, I can’t sell a used one for what I’m selling some of the new ones,” said Steve Rayman, owner of a large Chevrolet dealership in Marietta, Ga…
Detroit Keeps Foot on the Gas When It Comes to Trucks - WSJ