Another data point: 2023 EQS 450+ SUV $613+tax effective, $0 DAS, max MSDs

First, thank you to the community for the information. I was set on the SUV, though the dealers I worked with noted the sedans carry a heavier discount. Below is the deal I signed this past week. I won’t be sharing dealer info but there are dealers in CA that play ball, just target the higher volume ones and those with heavier inventory.

MSRP: $111,960
Selling Price: $94,000
Monthly Payment: $640 +tax
Drive-Off Amount: $0
Months: 24
Annual Mileage: 7,500
MF: 0.00169 w MSDs
MSD: $9,000 (fyi MSDs are based on pre-MSD payments rounded to highest $50)
Residual: 67%
Incentives: $7,500 Federal + 3,500 Fleet + $1,500 EV Conquest
Region: CA
Leasehackr Score: 15.2
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But your title, post, and calculator are all slightly different. Can you clarify?

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Fixed, thanks for catching.

Congrats, and thanks for sharing. Can you fix your title please, still not matching with your monthly payment.

Well done. Congrats!

Assuming new? Not a loaner?

Yes new. I couldn’t find any 23 SUV loaners, and I tried.

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can you share what type of MSD you got?

It’s in the calculator, he put 10 down.

There are currently 1,554 new EQS 450 SUVs listed across the country per cargurus. Let the hunt continue lol

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Zero DAS? Nice…

All but the MSDs tie out once I add my tax rate. The MSDs are $9000 vs. $8000 on the calc.

What’s the over mileage penalty? If its 0.25$, it might make sense to do 7.5k lease and pay over rather than 10k lease

I mean monthly payment. Title says $613 + tax, OP and calc say $640 + tax

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It is indeed $0.25 per mile and that it is only slightly less than the 24/10k. Since my estimated annual mileage is 8k, I went with 7.5k.


Post pics!

Oh I see. The $613+tax is the effective, I should’ve clarified.

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I missed effective, you’re right. Nvm.

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Dang… I don’t even think you can lease an EQB for this amount.

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