Moving to Canada and looking to lease a car. Pretty flexible with options. Can anybody recommend a lease broker or somebody who can assist me in this process. Direct dealer communications have failed until now. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Currently have a 2021 XT6 which the lease is up Nov 4 2023
Want to do another lease as we use the car for business expense but not enough to justify paying an additional $300 these dealers are talking about.
Want a 2023 or 2024 new lease but in the range of $600-620 a month, Currently paying 540 and they keep telling me I have 3-4K in equity as of right now.
We have started to look at the XC90 but is is a smaller vehicle and looks very different than the XT6 which is very classy and elegant.
Any help would be great.
The numbers that you see are pre-negotiated. You can’t really negotiate any more. What you see is what you get, plus tax on monthly. I’ve leased from both. If you know what you want, it will literally be a few texts back and forth, and then about an hour at the dealership signing papers, no games, and the finance guy will not try to sell you maintenance or warranties.
It’s just $2000 on your credit card at the dealership, and then for monthly, just multiply your local tax rate by the monthly, and add that tax amount to the monthly. For Jeff, I paid the broker fee via Zelle after I had brought the car home. I think that’s really trusting of him. Most brokers want the broker fee up front. Seth is a dealer so no broker fee.
I thought the Ioniq 6 SEL RWD was $409/mo+tax? Too bad you don’t have a Hyundai because that price on the Ioniq 6 with loyalty ($307/mo) is insane for such a nice EV. I would say that the Ioniq 6 is the best EV, but the Solterra is the best SUV that just happens to be an EV.
Friend was looking to lease a Genesis G70 SUV about $55K list. One salesperson said $800/month with $4K down with close to perfect credit. Another said he might be able to do $700. The car with a lease expiring was about $52K list and she paid $450/month and $4K down.
Is that what leases are going for now? Are they higher because of interest rates and there is still a shortage of cars?