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Old 04-29-2013, 03:34 PM
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Yep, that's a total fee of 427 with tax rolled into the payment - out of pocket is 1k (1st month + 240 in "first year fees")
What is "first year fees"??? Not to be a pain but what is the breakdown of these fees?

Also, if you plan on returning the vehicle after the lease term, IMHO, I would go for the 36 months if they stick with 12,000mi/year. 36 would be the best as you'll stay in warranty during your lease
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Re: Lease Evaluation (Limited)

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Also, I am trying to get them back down to the 414 number quoted, but he is claiming they don't get holdback because its a dealer located car, and not part of their inventory? True or false?

Typically with a dealer located vehicle the holdback gets split between the dealer which ordered the vehicle and the dealer receiving he vehicle. What this means, if the dealer has a 2% hold back and is willing to give away half to maintain 1%, that now gets cut in half, which is why they prefer to deal out existing inventory. This isn't always the case, sometimes the dealer trades vehicles instead, in which case the holdback would not get split.

Keep in mind that if you are using a Chrylser Affiliate program this gives the dealer another 1% holdback on the vehicle, no matter if it's in inventory or needs to be located. In this case the dealer is now back to 2% holdback on a located vehicle (3% on a vehicle in inventory) and still selling 1% under invoice.
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Re: Lease Evaluation (Limited)

Dealer holdback is 3% of MSRP. Don't let them try to fool you. They get it.
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Re: Lease Evaluation (Limited)

Well the located vehicle apparently sold and no more with the configuration are available within a very large distance.

If we wanted to order one for a lease, is the process the same? or are they going to give us a hard time about it?
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Re: Lease Evaluation (Limited)

It should be the same except....you have to wait (Next allocation does not open until May 7th as per Milous)
If they give you a hard time about ordering a lease, I would walk away.
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You just order it. You don't tell them how you are paying for it. They shouldn't care, they get their money either way. I didn't know for sure I would lease until the day before I got it when I finally ran all of the numbers.
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Re: Lease Evaluation (Limited)

As others have said they shouldn't care about whether you're going to lease or buy. In either case, it's a sale for them. In reality, a lease is just a purchase by a bank who then rents the car to you. The dealers and/or Chrysler have nothing more to do with it.

The problem with ordering with a plan to lease is that you have no visibility about how much you'll be paying with so many factors up in the air.
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