2020 RR Sport HSE Quote

Hi All- I’m new to RRs and I am looking at a 2020 RR Sport HSE black ext ivory int.

Wanted to see everyone’s thoughts on the quote I received at 7500 miles/yr(I don’t drive much) for 36 months. I was told 2k out the door, so does that mean it covers all taxes, tags, etc? Or will there be anything on top of the 2k?

Also- based on your experience is the ivory interior difficult to keep clean? Would ebony be a much better option?

I assume this lease would be through US Bank? Is there an option to go through Ally or someone else? Would that be preferred as I’ve heard a lot of negatives on US Bank leases?

Lastly- I believe RR leases do not include complimentary maintenance right? What’s the ballpark maintenance/cost over 36months?

Thanks!

Hello, I don’t have too much knowledge on RR leases but I know they are pricey. Last I saw though their leases are through Chase.

Regarding ivory interior, I have that In my bmw and it holds up very well with proper care. If your wearing darker pants though I would suggest sitting on a small towel or seat cover.

What bank did the dealer say the lease was through when you asked them?

Did you ask the dealer?

Did you want to use the dealer or an independent shop? I’ll need to know before I start making calls.

Please do a little more research on your own. This community helps evaluate lease deals. We don’t spoon feed basic questions that are tangential or that we can’t possibly know.

As for the lease, at least you got a discount which isn’t always the case with RR. Payment doesn’t seem out of line with the MSRP, but it’s low mileage and I’m far from RR erudite.

Good luck and answer your own questions before you put pen to paper.

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Good luck.

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Some sort of discount on a Range Rover seems do be a target on these cars.

Chances are you are going to get someone in the comment telling you to get an X7 for cheaper. There is an argument to be made for that, but get what you want.

As @anon92897398 discussed, definitely go over your maintenance and cleanliness questions before you sign. I am pretty sure there are RR specific forums for you to discuss interior quality. We are hear to talk about lease deals. If you are looking for free maintenance, maybe a BMW might be the way to go.

Also, best of luck!

RR maintenance isn’t cheap and is not included. I would inquire with the dealer to see if there is a maintenance package you can purchase.

Maybe you can connect with @ethanrs and see if there’s anything he can work out for you

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Was this the dealers first offer?

You do have to pay the other fees (nothing is free) but they’re rolling them in. The 2k “out the door” is simply down payment to reduce your monthly. Your effective payment is closer to $1,150.
Once you do your research you’ll see it’s not advisable to put any cash down.

Issue with the ivory interior is if you usually wear darker jeans, the blue will eventually start to bleed through if you don’t wipe it clean every so often.

No complimentary maintenance. RRS $3-5K over 36m depending if you go to dealer or indie. They’re also notorious for having problems, though some have better luck than others. Look into PPM if you don’t have a trusted mechanic who works on RRs.

This is a pricey car so don’t expect it to be cash friendly. You’ll come across lines like “pay to play” and “big boy car with big boy payments” for a reason. …but it is a RRS😎

One can always get a discount with RR.

Are there people who’ve fallen for the myth that one can’t? Of course, there’s a sucker born every min

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What maintenance is required that would cost so much?

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Scheduled maintenance about $500-700 each, little more for B. If you get into the brakes or tires, depending how OP drives, cost jumps real quick. Although with 7500/yr he should avoid them.

Land Rover Prepaid Maintenance is $900 lol

And it residualizes

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OP, very solid HSE quote. Regarding your questions,

Land Rover Financial is Chase not USB. Land Rover Financial has the best programs at the moment.

Prepaid Maintenance can be bought for $900

If you wear blue jeans all day don’t get ivory, if you don’t wear them all the time you’ll be fine. Generally speaking it holds up really well.

True drive offs on a Sport are around $2,000 (usually a little more depending on the payment amount). I don’t suspect there’s more than a hundred-ish dollars of cap reduction. They just said 2k for simplicity’s sake (that will include first payment, tax on first payment, title fees, and registration).

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What does the pre paid maintenance include?

Have fun :smile: https://www.landroverparamus.com/prepaid-maintenance-plans/

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All scheduled maintenance. Excludes wear and tear items like tires, and brakes.

You only need a 2 year PPM if your lease term is 33 or 36 months.

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Having worked in as a lifeguard and cabana host for Disney at the Grand Californian before the automotive industry, drunk rich people acting entitled BY FAR

Listed below are some examples of the worst customer stereotypes that extist.

  • "The Egotistical Jack" People around my age (20s) fresh out of college with a decent paying job that try and flex their other cars and flaunt their “wealth” while begging me to get a loaded Velar to $550 / month. Then seeing that I actually make more than them when we do a credit app. Whenever I ask income and type it in I always hit them with a “Oh. It’s supposed to be pre-tax.” even though they gave me the pre-tax number because I specified it when I said it. Love that.

  • "The Geezer" The old person that flexes and tries to tell you about every car from every brand that they have ever owned and specifies 100000000000x during the test drive that they pay cash because financing is for broke millennials and leases mean you’re driving a rental car.

  • "The Older White Man" The old hardass that acts like he knows how dealers work (even though he has no idea) and uses the phrase “I don’t wanna play games” even though they play the most games. Also about a 50% chance he refuses to come inside or give you any indication of what his expectations are. Probably suspects that dealers have 45% margins in their cars and the .02% discrepancy between the rate he got and advertised rates is you trying to pull of the scam of the century.

  • "The Bro" The kind of client that promises endless referrals (usually the “carguy”). Stop promising referrals, we know you are full of it and it’s annoying. Also about a 40% chance this customer calls you “bro” constantly. Just promise us 10s on a survey and a positive yelp and we’re cool.

  • "The Shopper" The phone up or internet lead that doesn’t actually want to work with you to make a deal, they are just trying to get the best number in writing to shop it. I understand it’s part of the business but if I take 20-30 minutes of my day to get you your initial quote at least give me the shot to beat the best offer you get.

  • "The Grinder" The special kind of customer that will make you go through 80 different pencils with the desk and walk over $2. Chances are even if you get him to his number he is going to “sleep on it” or “talk it over to the wife”. Pro-Tip, if a salesperson asks you what it takes to earn your business don’t say a number unless you are ready to sign right there and then. If you like the salesperson tell the manager on the turn they were great but you want to come back after thinking the purchase over.

  • "The Weekend Jack" Might just be me because I work in a tourist-y destination but on the weekend dodging jacks is like dodging a minefield. 80% chance they open by asking to test drive 7 different models and stress about how serious they are, only for them to walk before getting a pencil.

  • "The Motivational Jack" May just be because I’m in high-line, but we get tooooons of college kids that come in and want to test drive a full size for the sake of driving a full-size. To be clear this is totally fine, all for motivation and success but don’t walk in on a Saturday at 2:00PM.

  • "The BBQ Jack" A rare kind of jack, seasonal too (only in the Summer) where a father that owned a car from your brand 20 years ago pops on by because his wife sent them out of the house before going to a party. 90% Chance he brought his sons. 60% chance he opens with "We have a party to go to in an hour and a half but I’d love to test drive the insert 5 models that are completely different

  • "The Mid-Lease Jack" Probably the most common form of Jack, someone that has 8-20 months left on their lease and wants to test drive every model you offer. Most likely has a business card in his wallet from the dealer across the street. 80% chance he uses the phrase “I’ll be back tomorrow”

  • "The Test Driver" The type of client that doesn’t know automotive reviews exist and want to drive every model at every brand before they make up their mind. Nothing against this, but at least do some preliminary research before you come in and ask to drive every car under the sun. Also circles back to the whole don’t come in on a Saturday at 2:00PM thing.

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A large part of my job at Disney included cleaning up vomit and excrement from pools and I still found that much more enjoyable than being a car salesman. We all hate our jobs but the money is too good to leave. No part of the above statement is exaggerated, those stereotypes are real.

Edit: Also not salty, just an observational post about what car salespeople go through. Hopefully you found some humor in it :slightly_smiling_face:

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Epic thread

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This is pretty comprehensive.

Are the sum of people that fit into your descriptions anywhere near the majority? Also, where do LH people come in?

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