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2023.06.03 17:50 milkman1026 2023 Honda CR-V- EXL Lease Deal

Any input as to whether this is a good Deal...
2023 Honda CRV-EX-L. 36k/3 Years.
Asking $388 a month 0 Down
Money Factor .00197
Residual $63%=$22,998

Getting offered $23,000 for my current 2020 CRV that has a 17.4k Payoff.
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2023.05.31 05:11 MiamiD305 Good lease deal?

Good lease deal?
Anyone who is savvy about lease negotiations please advise.
Thank you!
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2023.05.30 17:29 ckwindc Honda lease

2023 Honda Accord LX lease. $299/month for 36. 3299 down. It’s the advertised lease info they sent me and I was wondering how much negotiating room past Honda lessees have had. Want to keep the down payment as low as possible.
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2023.05.29 16:42 Dr_Ceilingz Lease Deal Check (Georgia, USA) - 2023 Honda HR-V EX-L: 10k allowed miles @ $362 monthly for 36 months

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2023.05.27 21:46 MightyJane 2023 Honda Sports Hybrid CRV 5k Down 449 a month good?

I wouldn’t have to pay fees or taxes (they are valuing that around ~3k), they want 5K flat down plus 449 a month for 36 months.
The car MSRP is about 33.5K.
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2023.05.27 16:06 shorewalsh ‘23 Pathfinder Lease Numbers

What kind of Lease deals did you get on your pathfinder 2022/2023? Pathfinder SL 10k miles/yr - Dealers offering 18/24/36 month options 550/mo and 3k down Is this fair?
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2023.05.27 06:39 Chiringadoc Lease breakdown? Mazda cx 30 carbon 2023

Lease breakdown? Mazda cx 30 carbon 2023
Hi guys I need your help with this lease quote!!! What do you think? I have a credit score of 750+
I need a 36 months lease on this vehicle but I don't understand how are they calculating that tax?!?! and what is included in the non-tax fees? I asked the dealer rep and he seems lost. I'm getting a good deal with 1000 down?? should I negotiate it ??? HELP LADY IN DISTRESS
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2023.05.27 06:06 mabdelghany If you are interested in leasing a Mazda, read this!

I commented on another post asking about Mazda leases so I thought of posting it here for everyone to benefit.
  1. Research. Research. Research. Know the exact car you want.
  2. Know that different trims have different money factor and different residuals. Go to Edmunds Lease Calculator and see what the money factor (MF) and residual percentages are. Don't bother with the other information. This will give you an edge in case a dealer shows you higher MF (they are allowed to increase it but you can tell them that you know what the base is)
  3. (Extra Optional) If you have the financial capability, you need to know about the new hidden secret. MSDs (Multi Security Deposits). Ever since Mazda Financial Services (MFS) got acquired by Toyota Financial Services (TFS), they started offering that. TL;DR; For every security deposit you put down, you get a discount (0.00008) on the money factor. Mazda allows you to put down 9 of those security deposits (for a max discount of 0.00072) on the money factor. This is not available in NY but available in all other states. This is a lot of money so it is not for everyone but it is WORTH it. Note that even the best dealers may not know about this. But if they call MFS, they can do it. Your financing has to be done through MFS. A lot of dealers work with 3rd party institutions, you can avoid those.
  4. Get an idea of the lease payment using the lease calculator from Lease Hackr. This is by far the best and most accurate calculator I got. It even takes MSDs into account. Plug in the numbers from step 2.
  5. Shop around. Look in a 50 (or even further if you can) mile radius for the exact car you want. This can easily be done on Mazda's website
  6. Look for a volume dealer (A dealer that has a ton of space and sell a LOT of cars every month). They are more willing than other small dealers to take a loss on the car.
  7. Look for the contact information (of the GM; General Manager or GSM; General Sales Manager) and send out a mass email to all of them with the exact car that you want, tell them you are contacting other dealers as well, tell them you will not test the drive the car since you already did and want to buy it (they will keep telling you to come in person), tell them that you will come in person in one condition and that is to sign the agreement, take the car and go. Tell them you will go with the best offer.
  8. Please don't put any money down (first monthly payment is fine). Reason being if you get in an accident and your car is totaled, the insurance will pay the leasing company and you will get NOTHING. You will lose that money down. Also, don't put any credit from the trade-in as down payment on the new car. Ask for the credit to be paid out. Same reason! Dealers have this tactic when you want to lower the monthly payment, they will tell you to put money down. Don't.
  9. (Bonus if you have a trade in) Know the value of your current car. Get a quote from Carvana, Carmax, ... etc. Know the estimated value from KBB, Edmunds, Facebook, ... etc
If you have any questions, please feel free to DM me. I am happy to help! I am not a dealer. I am just good at researching!
Note: I am not posting this to comment on whether leasing is a better financial decision. You know you! I am talking about the people who did their research and found that leasing is the way to go!
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2023.05.27 02:35 Mission-Addition-450 Lease

What’s the cheapest car to lease in NC with 15000 miles a year?
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2023.05.26 09:00 SimpleConstruction49 Should I buy my leased vehicle?

Currently into a Volvo XC60 T5i with approximately ~22k miles.
My lease term ends in Sept. and my payoff is approximately ~$38k.
Thanks in advance!
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2023.05.25 14:53 yreva22 Does someone mind explaining how to renew my first BMW lease?

Hi everyone, thanks for entertaining this I live in Southern California
I currently have a BMW 430i (my first one) and the lease is up in October 2023. This will be my first renewal and I have a few questions if you guys have the time
  1. When should I start contacting the dealer to let them know I plan to renew the lease?
  2. I paid like $4k in MSD for this first lease, how does the process work about getting that money back or does it transfer to the new lease?
  3. I am eyeing a 2024 M440i. Is it possible for me to build my own and have it shipped in time ready for my lease renewal date?
  4. In line with question 3, would it be better to lease a similar car already on the lot (ie 90% match) as opposed to building one?
  5. How does the negotiating process work for lease renewal? When I got this one the first time (after educating myself here), I sent different dealers my offers for cars on their websites via email/online submittal until one replied and accepted my offer. Then I went down to the dealership and finalized it
In short. I’m coming up on the end of my first BMW lease (first lease ever), plan to renew and get another BMW, and I’d like to know the best way to navigate that in the next few months?
Thank you guys for your help
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2023.05.25 04:58 Willing_Study7439 Paid off Leased - Sales tax (California)

I paid off my leased to BMW last year. Did not remove the lien holder and transfer title.
I just realized that I have to pay sales tax at the time when the lien holder is removed during title transfer.
Am I required to transfer title? Any penalty if I remove the lien holder now?
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2023.05.23 04:21 Has134 2020 accord LX lease buyout for private dealer, fishy?

I posted my car to sell on KBB, some private dealer reached me from NJ, linden called BM Motor Cars, and offered to pay Kbb value of my car after I showed up for them to take a look at my car.
The part that’s fishy is, to buy a lease for Honda, only Honda can buy your car if you’re leasing through hondafinancial which I am. The reason they said they can buy my lease is because they have some sort “we have a Honda store in our chain of stairs” .
Anyone have insights or things to watch out for(like fake check or something)
I want to sell my lease(on my last paid month of lease) and use the profit to put towards another car.
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2023.05.21 17:58 ImNotTooSad Hi I need help

I’m (21) trying to trade in my Honda civic 2017 for Tacome Sr5 2023 but they buy my car for 14000 which led me to 8000 credit left and with lease with brand new tacoma get me up to total of 58,000. Should I do lease or just finish paying my car. Thanks!
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2023.05.15 04:25 Texasacehole11 Fist time

Fist time
First time trying to lease. How do I know if it’s a good lease?
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2023.05.14 07:09 udesimaverick007 Audi Q5 or Q7 s-line premium plus lease deals

Anyone know of any lease deals on leasehackr or know of any broker for leasing Audi Q5 or Q7 s-line premium plus with 12000 miles/year, $0 down and a Costco member? I am in Texas area. Thanks in advance
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2023.05.12 18:34 Majestic_Actuary9955 Leasehackr Calculator: Calculating Car Lease Payment

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2023.05.11 17:44 pageofcups7 Has anyone been able to get a lease for under $400 in 2023?

I’ve been to almost every dealership and have decided to quit my search and just buy a used car… the lease market is terrible and no one has given me a good number at all. The best I got was for a 2024 crosstrek for $447 in Seattle. Has anyone got a great deal on a lease this year? If so what was it? I’ve lost all hope. Haha
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2023.05.10 03:54 Whereamiwhatyousay Need out of my lease

Long story short I need to get out of my lease. 2022 tundra capstone, payoff is 80k, market value high side is 81k low side 71k. Toyota financial
Any way I can walk away with minimal damage?
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2023.05.05 04:48 marshallpsd Genesis G70 Lease - Now or Wait?

I’m currently looking to upgrade from my 2021 Kia K5 GT-Line lease into a Genesis G70 lease soon. I’m going to sell 3rd party and get about $8k from it. I’m just not very aware of the current market and/or when new car prices will get lower, if at all. Would it be best to wait until the end of my lease at the end of this year to upgrade or would it be best to get what I can now before the end of my lease comes and my car is a bit older?
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2023.05.04 13:52 cowsareverywhere Leasing 101 or how to get a good deal on a Kia EV6

Looks like it’s Kia’s time now.

Leasing 101, thanks to Leasehackr.

What does this have to do with a Kia EV6?

Most importantly, don’t let a dealer rush you or pressure you to sign something you don’t understand.

What about trade-ins?

I get the allure of trade-ins and some states offer tax credits too. However, I implore you to take a few minutes and go through this list with links to tons of places to sell your car. Run your car through a few of them before asking for dealers’ trade-in. You would be surprised at $1000s you might be leaving on the table even after tax savings.
It’s entirely possible your dealer might match or beat these offers too.

How do I do a buyout?

Bad news first.
Kia requires a dealership to purchase the vehicle if it is garaged/registered in CO, DC, FL, HI, IN, PA, SD or SC.
This process is going to suck in these states unless you know a good dealer. Good news is that you don’t have to use the same dealer you bought your car from.
This process sucks because you are at the mercy of the dealer and AFAIK they can charge you whatever they want within reason. I have seen insane fees of $4000-$5000 in Florida.
Other states - Get your Lease Buyout quote online. Send the quote to your bank or credit union. A lot of credit unions will treat this as a new car since it’s a 2023 car. YMMV however.
Mail your payoff check to:
Kia Finance America
PO Box 660891
Dallas, TX 75266-0891
Or overnight:
Kia Finance America
Box 660891
1501 North Plano Road Suite 100
Richardson, TX 75081
Can I buyout immediately?
Yes, you can buy out as soon as the deal is funded. Typically a week or two or as soon as you can make a Kia Financial account online.
When you do an early lease buyout, you're ending the lease and buying the car outright. Unearned rent charges(interest) are part of the lease financing and no longer apply since you're settling the lease and taking full ownership. Basically, you're paying off the remaining balance, so no more rent charges.

What about taxes?

Ok, this is complicated.
Ultimately, I can’t account for each and every situation. Contact Kia Financial and your local DMV to get a definitive answer.

Titling and Registration

Why are you doing this?

I love a good deal and I have been leasing cars for a long time. I use Reddit a lot and I have seen too many people posting misinformation with 100% confidence.
Please please ask more questions here and I will try my best to answer. I will also add the answers to the post. You cannot have too much information here, feel free to PM me with questions as well.
Section 23 of the contract. explaining the buyout clause
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2023.05.03 21:40 ct4707 Is this doable and sleazy? Crossposted in r/carleasinghelp

I have 4 months left on my 2020 Honda Ridgeline. I am currently 15K miles over my 30K miles lease agreement. (I know I moved from MA to NC and had to drive there and back a few times) my current as of 05/03 pay out amount is $26,586. If I go to the dealership and decide to finance (purchase) call it a 72 month term instead of trading in my lease and getting another Honda (which I don't want to do. I'm done with Honda) what is stopping me on month two of financing to go trade in the vehicle? TLDR: I want out of my lease but Honda won't let me trade in my lease to another company and want to work the system to get into another company's car.
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