Scat Pack Lease

Looking to lease a scat pack charger or challenger. I leased one last year around this time but unfortunately totaled the car last month. I went through Ally bank and they were offering 4500 in idl cash but are no longer doing that.

Has anyone here leased one recently or gotten quotes on either the charger or challenger scat pack. I know they hold a ridiculously high 65-70% residual.

If not can someone tell me values for the 16s 36/10k miles in Texas. Residuals and Mf. Thanks

2016 Challenger R/T Scat Pack

24/10K: 71% residual, .00139 MF
36/10K: 64% residual, .00144 MF
All: $1,500 Bonus Cash + $500 Summer Clearance Bonus Cash
Targeted: $1,000 Conquest Lease, $500 Lease Loyalty, $500 Military

2016 Charger R/T Scat Pack

24/10K: 66% residual, .00139 MF
36/10K: 65% residual, .00144 MF
Targeted: $500 Lease Loyalty, $500 Military

These are all US Bank. Unfortunately I don’t have the Chrysler Capital residuals for Challenger and Charger this month. I do know the Chrysler Capital MF is .00183 for 36 months, though.

Okay so, I just left the dealership and they are giving me some higher number than I expected/calculated.

Can someone give me numbers/my payment on a 2016 scat.
Msrp of the car:44,175
With a dealer “discount” it’s selling price is $39,725.
24 months/10k miles according to the post above is 71% @ .00139 MF.

Could someone get me a payment with tax credits, and a payment with taxes rolled in

check out - http://leasehackr.com/calculator/

I did…I did calculations on there and recieved a way different number from the dealership…almost half of what he quoted me.

Could someone do the calculations and see if I’m doing something wrong or if it’s the dealership.

Thanks

Not worth it with taxes upfront and the small dealer discount. Payments with taxes are coming well north of 500. It does not make sense for people in Texas to lease, the 4k taxes is a killer

A lot of dealerships are offering tax credits. That’s why I’d be able to ignore the tax.

What would it be with those tax credits

Calculator is coming to 400+ a month, assuming tax credit + selling price 39k