Porsche Taycan Lease Offer

Hi all, looking for some guidance on a lease for a 2020 vs 2021 Porsche Tycan 4S.

The offer on the 2020 is as follows:

2020 4S : MSRP $139780
Discount: $22785 including $1500 California EV Rebate
Final Selling Price: $117,495
Trade Equity : $9000 (End of lease on a BMW, going to trade in with positive equity)
Rebate : $7500 EV
Tax : $9172
Fees: $1172 (Reg $1,055. DOC: $85., Electronic Filing $30 and Tire Fee $7)
Down: $6000
Final Price: $112,784.45

Residual: $45,330
Money Factor: .00220 (Falls under USED lease program although vehicle is new) Hence low residual.
Payment: $1792 for 42 months. (Lease calc is not aligning)

other option :

2021 Tycan 4S MSRP $129440
Discount: $0 (Full sticker due to inventory shortage)
Final Selling Price: $127,940 (Including $1500 California EV Rebate)
Trade Equity : $9000 (End of lease on a BMW, going to trade in with positive equity)
Rebate : $7500 EV and $2700 Welcome to Porsche = $10200
Tax : $9921
Fees: $1238 (Reg $1,116. DOC: $85., Electronic Filing $30 and Tire Fee $7)
Down: $6000
Final Price: $126,099.94.

Residual: $63,426 (Roughly 50%)
Money Factor: .00200
Payment : $1516 for 42 months.

The 2020 is highly optioned at $139k with a residual of $43k of almost $18,000 less at the end compared to the 2021 with an MSRP at $129K with a residual of $63k.

The difference is payment over the term is $11592 or $276 a month more for the 2020 than the 2021 but with the massive difference in residual , can I potentially walk away at the end with some funds back in pocket since the highly optioned out would be more desirable?

This is my first Porsche lease any guidance would be appreciated…

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What is a Tycan?

You’re at almost $2200/mo to lease the first one… seems like it’d be cheaper to just buy it. You’re paying $90k in lease payments on a $117k vehicle.

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I hate say it but sometimes deals are so atrocious just common sense can tell you it’s bad. You are paying over $90k in 42months to drive a car at $117k selling price plus $7,500 federal tax incentive. Unless you think the car only worth less than 20k in 3.5 years, that’s a absolute ripoff.

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I am eligible to write off 75% of the payment, that is why I considered leasing and that way I am not “stuck” with the car.

OK, so you’re still paying $1800/$75k+ for this after any tax advantage (although you can also write off portions of the purchase).

You’re trying to spend dollars to save dimes.

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:point_up::point_up:What they said.

Are there any other cars you will consider leasing?

:100: The numbers don’t lie.

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You definitely need a better discount for the missing letter in the car’s name. It is like buying a Rolx.

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Does purchase allow the same amount of write off? If so purchase first car and sell me @25k by end of the 42month I’m all serious : )

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With people seriously considering taking deals like the above, i understand why none of the porsche dealerships will even consider the reasonable offers I have been making over the last couple of months on a Taycan 4S!!!

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Reasonable and this marque are mutually exclusive😁

they dont want your business.

When I was looking at a taycan the MF was higher and dealer would not use the base. Your .0020 mf is the only good part of this deal.

.00220 is a very high mf, especially when we are talking about a $100k+ vehicle. It’s part of what makes leasing this a bad option. There’s about $15k in rent charge on these because of the high mf (even if it is buy rate).

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