A few questions that might help us better help you:
What is your current daily driver?
Are you looking for a convertible, SUV, EV?
What are some of your requirements?
I hate to break it to you but there are no good lease deals in this current market.
Another piece of advice - Instead of focussing on the monthly and the due at signing (I get it that you need a budget), why not make a list of cars you are interested in and check out broker deals in the Marketplace. It will help you get an idea of current pricing.
lol, i figured i’d get trolled for the vague requirements, but this being my second car, I do not really have anything specific i’m looking for beyond a good “deal”. I know that it’s better to shop for the car you want, but we do have the one we want right now (EV6 Gt-line), and as such have the luxury of chasing that hacker-high of grabbing a good deal.
current daily driver ev6
not looking for anything in particular. truly am open to convertible, suv, ev, sedan.
my “requirements” are that the car is at 70k msrp and not a jeep. do not like the jeeps.
I’ve been following the marketplace very closely the past 2 months and realized I missed out on some really nice 7 series 1k/month deals from earlier in the year. I know I won’t be able to replicate that, but was curious if anything in that price range was a “deal”. By “deal” i mean for may 2022. I know the leasehackr deals of old are long gone.
I mean, we’re at least 2 years away from the $200 BMW’s and Tundras, $400 Jaguar F-types, and $50 Chevy Cruzes like the good ol days. Guess it depends on what you think is a “good deal” which is subjective. In my opinion, it’s been dry for a long time and will be dry for a long time.
Yup exactly. Have a little bit of “play” money available. Basically I’m just looking for that Leasehackr head rush of getting the max amount off MSRP at a high msrp car (>70k+ msrp).
To those who are saying pick a car, i understand what you mean. That’s what we did for our first daily driver. This one is just for the deal-chaser in me and the wife. Looking for something that we can stare at and be like, damn we got a pretty fire deal on that car. That’s all. It can be a coupe, sedan, suv, ev, gas, doesn’t matter. Basically asking what’s the best non-jeep high-est MSRP off deal we can find right now for a car >70k. I will be taking a look at the hellcat like some of ya’ll suggested. That’s kinda sexy