Worst leases you've seen


#909

That looks like the top of the line so probably $130k +…but in order to pay $85k (if it’s a 3 year lease) he had to have negative equity. Otherwise…WOW!


#910

Negative equity


#911

Probably not negative equity or anything except a sh*t Tesla deal on the worlds fastest

If you look at Tesla website - a FULLY LOADED $140k+ MSRP P100D with zero down goes for $2406/month $3k DAS.

Still doesn’t excuse it being a sh*t deal


#912

But people LOVE buying “manufacturer direct”…


#913

I don’t know if “manufacturer direct” is the reason people love buying Tesla products. I don’t think the “anti-established dealership” crowd is significant enough to drive and drum up that much demand.


#914

I just believe most people are ok with paying ridiculous payments as long as they know that it was the best deal (the only deal) they could have gotten.


#915

My friend just sent me this for a Jeep GC.


#916

Holy crap, must be a BOGO deal, :joy::joy::joy:


#917

Yikes
:bat:


#918

What is a BOGO deal?:blush:
I was quite shocked too lol


#919

That’s

Buy
One
Get
One [Free]


#920

I know this is just a biz negotiation and you’re not supposed to take it personal…but how could you not when they present that to you?


#921

How do you guys normally respond to these types of offers?

I recently reached out to a Mercedes dealer about their CLA loaner (Their selling price was ~$30K, didn’t have other numbers/details, didn’t bother to ask after initial offer) and they offered $0 DAS and something like $520/mo for 36/10.

I was about to reply to his email, but I was just speechless, and couldn’t think of how to nicely say “wtf?”…


#922

If the quote is via email you could always reply with this

giphy


#923

I have been working on GMC Terrain demos for the last week, and pretty much every single sales manager responds to a request for quote with almost no additional discount over a comparable new vehicle. I feel like there is a lot of hesitation to sell loaners. I wonder if dealers prefer to hold onto them for walk-in customers? I could see some value in that.


#924

I usually don’t respond to those quotes


#925

2019 Toyota Camry XSE V6


#926

and I thought the 625/month and 700/month quotes for a new Avalon was as bad as it could get for a Toyota


#927

Update…found a dealer who is giving 6000+ off for same exact car.


#928

Initial offers I received on the Genesis G70 were pretty terrible.
51k MSRP Prestige trim 3.3T for 780/month $0 down

Someone on reddit actually signed a lease for a Elite(the lowest trim after stock) 3.3T with a msrp of ~$47k for $2500 down and $620 per month.

My G70 lease was also pretty bad ~$53k msrp $2k down and $600/month but after almost 3 months with the car I don’t regret that decision.