I should have it in writing tomorrow. I also thought the 58% would take a .20 cent hit per mile over 3,000. I got a feeling the final quote will have around a 1k residual reduction. I can use that and tires as negotiation possibly.
Even with a likely mileage adjustment it’s a very good deal assuming all other parameters hold. (I’m new here but am pretty confident you’ve done some very solid negotiating so far). Good luck closing.
So I bought the ding aka dent coverage on my Lexus for $400 and it’s actually paid off because mine covers two claim deductibles per year for up to 5 years - the length of my dent policy. I also did a $500 deductible on my insurance policy instead of $250, which lowered my premium - I think the max amount covered for the deductible is $500 if I remember correctly. I’ve used it for two claims already ($1000) so I saved $600 so far. The price on the policy is usually negotiable from my experience. Let me also add - it covers the deductible on any vehicle in your household (registered to the same address as the vehicle you purchased the policy for). Read the fine print. @admirals16
Ahh you’re right. Too early in the morning for math
When I leased my loaner they took of the corresponding amount off the residual number but it was called something else (can’t remember the name). But the effect was the residual decreased by that amount.