But in the calculation dealer is using 0.00004 which is lower than expected and doesn’t match.
If i can get exact MF, i can pin point and get the dealer to agree.

Your point is seems to be correct, just that I dont have the exact MF numbers to prove it.

Another data point -
From the same dealer, I have received one pay quote of $875 on $24370 MSRP Cruze. Its highly unlikely that $595 out of this $875 is Acq fee.

Considering this, I will ask the dealer how did he get 0.00004 as final MF. Just hoping to get my answer.

That rebate number is actually $6475 which is inline with standard rebates.
Instead of giving further discount on MSRP he has stacked $750 discount as rebate.

It looks like the upfronts (acq fee, doc fee, fees and taxes) are almost as much as the one pay lease. It’s like getting a free car but then finding out you have to pay taxes on the assessed value of the car

"I saw that as well and I ran it both ways, but it actually went up to $1804. I believe that is because lowering your amount financed by the $595 may once again kick the amount finance too low, so you do not get the full benefit of the discount. I ran it three times today just to be sure and got the same answer every time. "

Hey @baggy who did you speak to at Lakewood? And which dealership are you doing this Cruze Premier lease with? I am in the area and would love to replicate. Thanks!

The $875 number would be the best I’ve seen on here thus far for a one pay lease. Too bad the Costco cash isn’t still around as you’d have the car for $175!!!