Looking at a new Ram 1500, Laramie, Black Package. MSRP is 60k. Listed on the dealers site for 45k with savings. I want to do a 36 month lease at 12k miles per year. The dealer is in another state about 2 hours away so I don’t want to waste a trip if its not going to be worth the time so I’d like to lock it all up via email with the internet sales manager. Few questions.
- Huge discount of 25% off MSRP, so I am assuming I can’t do much better or can I.
- I am currently in the final year of my lease on a 2016 RAM. I have 6 payments to go. Purchase option is currently 48k, Residual will be 43k at lease end. I really want to get out of this current vehicle, and back into a Ram, which I had previously. I think I can save some money on the monthly payment as I am at $620 a month on the Denali. Looks like 2016 Denali with 30k miles is around 38K on KBB. I feel like I took one from the dealer on this current truck and want to go to a new dealer for the RAM. Is there a way I can make this deal work with being upside down on this? This is a work vehicle that is expensed as well.
Thanks for any help, only wish I would have found this site before I leased the GMC. Oh well, lesson learned.
Most of your points aside, don’t get too excited about that price. I would contact the dealer, that’s more than likely the price with all incentives available, mainly for purchase. Once you mention lease that sales price will be close to msrp.
Edit: then you’ll have to negotiate down to a sales price you’re comfortable with.
I just locked in on one of these today in Massachusetts.
2019 Laramie Crew
Level 2 Laramie
A few smalls
Including Conquest Lease and Realtors ($500), with 36M/12K, and MA Tax rate of 6.25%, we ended up at:
$568/month w only first payment due at signing
[Bostoncarconcierge] What did you pay for the final sales price to reach these numbers, as well as MF for the loan?
Car is in transit and getting a stock number assigned tomorrow. Deal sheet is signed but I’ll share the breakdown tomorrow once the contract itself is signed.
Hi can i get a breakdown of this deal
Cap cost $50634 all said and done so call it a discount of just shy of $11K.
I have found the vehicle I would like to lease. I had previously negotiated the sales price on a purchase option, which the dealer offered to sell to me for $49,500. This is about 21% off MSRP. When I asked them to put a lease option together for me, these are there first numbers.
Purchase Option $34,653 (55%) residual
Due at Signing .
1st month payment . 629.92
Upfront tax . 262.5
Rebate as cap reduction (not sure what this is) $3,750
Total Drive off . $4,642.42
Inception fees waived . $892.42
Again the dealer offered to sell me this truck outright for $49,500 when I told them I originally were thinking of purchasing.
I am ready to move on a new Ram this week, and this is the one I want, but I have to drive a bit further to get it. The sales price to purchase looks to be a good deal, but my preference would be to lease this truck if I can get the right deal, and I know this is not a clean deal. Financing is already locked up with Chrysler Capital. Any help and direction from here would be appreciated. Thanks
You can get a limited under 50k purchase price
Not getting far with my Ram search. I’ve received quotes all over the place and the best I can get so far is a 53,955 MSRP Laramie for $625/month (zero drive off)
Can I please get a breakdown of this deal?
This seems very high to me.
Can I also please get a breakdown on this lease?