🔥 August GMC | Ohio | Terrain SLE FWD $166/mo with $1,190+tax Due At Signing

This price includes $1,500 non-gm lease in your household rebate and $750 GM Supplier through your employer. Please adjust the calculator accordingly.

Broker fee: $500

Year, Make, Model, and Trim: 2019 GMC Terrain SLE FWD
MSRP: $ 29,890
Monthly Payment: $ 166
Drive-Off Amount: $ 1,190 + tax
Months: 36
Annual Mileage: 10,000
MF: 0.00081
Residual: 51%
Available Incentives: Lease rebate ($3825), Competitive lease rebate ($1,500) [Included], GM Supplier Discount ($750) [Included]
Region: OH
Leasehackr Score: 12.1
Leasehackr Calculator Link: leasehackr.com/calculator?make=GMC&miles=10000&msd=0&msrp=29890&sales_price=26273&months=36&mf=.00081&dp=0&dealer_fee=250&acq_fee=650&taxed_inc=6075&untaxed_inc=0&rebate=0&resP=51&reg_fee=123.5&sales_tax=0&demo_mileage=0&memo=&acqFee_check=true&totalLeaseTax_radio=true

Are you sure about that residual? Yikes.

You might wanna look at 24mo on this one.

Yup, 36 month RV is 51% and this is 39 months plus penalty for being a loaner.

There is no GM mileage penalty for being a loaner if the miles are being subtracted as you said in your initial post.

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Have mine @198 with 198 DAS for a new 19 @29200 msrp or close to it for 24 mo.

I do not know GM, but why is there only a 11% discount on the demo and why cant this be a 24 mo for a screaming price as the residuals were great when I signed.

Not crapping on the deal, just curious.
I know I got a very good deal back then with almost 10k off between the discount and the incentives but curious on to the current Terrain market

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Sir, I have mine AWD 31k MSRP @ $154/month which I got last year. Unfortunately, you cannot get anything like that in today’s market.

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You’re right. It was 39 months residual. Anyways, I adjusted this deal to 36 months.

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FWIW, I believe the 24/10 works out to exactly the same monthly. Of course, the problem is the initial 2400 miles makes it at 24/8.8 vs a 36/9.2 lol.

If you pay fees upfront - yes. If you structure it as sign & drive, you’ll see that 36 months is still cheaper.

Updated pricing for NEW UNIT! Someone from Ohio please come grab it!

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August numbers look the same so this is still available!

Hi, how much is the lease for new vs loaner. 36/12000.
Is it possible for zip 72712… I am visiting Cincinnati for some work for a week

My original post is a new vehicle. It is cheaper than the loaner I previously posted. I’ll have to check if they want to work with AK.

Sure do let me know

Hey did u happen to ask the dealer whether he wants to deal with Arkansas

Hi! Sorry, Ohio residents only on GMC :confused:

I would be interested in this lease I am from Hamilton Zip 45015!

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Anything similar with AWD and 20,000 miles yr? Need a 4 door SUV or pickup with 4x4 in NE OH or Western PA.

GM is $0.25/mi over 15k. It gets very expensive very fast. You might want to look at Honda ($0.10/mi over 15k), or Ford does 18k leases. There are probably others.

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