XC60 Lease Help

loaner
volvo

#1

Hi everyone, new to LH (been reading for several weeks) and am currently negotiating my first lease on a 2018 XC60 AWD T5. Test drove on Saturday and asked for a lease quote and the salesman gave me an outrageous quote - mainly due to a MF of 0.00148. Thanks to reading here I knew this was high, but he told me that was the number provided by Volvo. They completely refused to negotiate at all with me (told me nothing at their dealership was in my ~$500/mo base budget) and so I left. After calling another dealership for a quote, I was given the correct MF. So I then called back the original dealership and told them I knew what the MF really was, so I had correctly recalculated the payment in excel and would be sending them the details as an offer, and by the way I took more off the sales price. They were not happy they got called out but agreed to my terms.

The MSRP of the car is $48,340, current negotiated sales price is $41,000, RF is 54%, 7500mi (I live 3 miles from my office so this is plenty), MF 0.00048

The car is the loaner and has 4600 miles on it. The salesperson is adamant that the value of the miles over 300 gets added to the cap cost so he is adding 4300*.2 = 860. Does anyone understand why it’s my responsibility to pay for the miles someone else used? This doesn’t seem right. But these people have been a nightmare to deal with thus far (I won’t even get into the fact that the manager refused to acknowledge he knew what MSDs were and how they worked - I had to explain them to him and how to calculate a payment with them).

I’m going to pick up the car tomorrow for an overnight test drive and plan to go back over the numbers then. Any insight here would be appreciated!


#2

As per LH calc, they should do $492 with Zero drive off, 36 months/10k miles

Did you check for rebates/etc? Also on a car with 4K+ miles you should be aiming for higher than 14% off MSRP

Enjoy the overnight test drive but this dealer seems like an ahole and you’re better off going elsewhere


#3

The value of the miles gets added to anything over 500 miles. Which dealership?


#4

You are paying for those miles in the form of a lower RV. Makes perfect sense that it would be worth less when you turn it in with 27k vs someone turning theirs in with 22.5k. BUT, that is why you look for a bigger discount on a loaner vs new car.