Numbers donâ€™t add up. With those figures, pre-tax payment would be around 194 even with acquisition fee rolled in. Dealer has an extra $3,000+ hidden somewhere.

This is the email i got from him when i told him that your calculations are wrong:

When you are calculating the residual for a lease the percentage is based off the MSRP of the vehicle not the selling price. That may be the reason you are not coming up with the correct payment. There are also a lot of other variables that would affect the lease payment that could be calculated incorrectly. Itâ€™s very difficult to calculate a lease on your own unless you have good lease program or a complex formula.

LOL again. If the OP calculated RV using the selling price, the residual would be lower (since MSRP>selling price) and his calculated payments would be higher than the dealerâ€™s.

This is the calculation sheet i got from him now. Can anyone see what is wrong with this? I cannot figure out why leasehackr calc gives a value under $200 and he got like value of $267??

Dealer seems to be showing you the full deal. No sales tax where you live? Deal isnâ€™t horrid, $250 or so pre-tax with just first month due at signing would probably be a very solid deal.