Originally Posted by jojolopes
I paid 48,500 + TTL on a sticker of 54,175 (sticker attached).
The math is 10.47% off MSRP and 6.07% off invoice before TTL.
After spending nearly two days reading through this thread, perhaps now I'll chime in. I recently leased a 2015 HA, MSRP was 50,880 with HK. I initially came out of a 2014 Overland back in June in which I was into only 15 mos of a 24 mos lease. I had received a call from original dealer with an offer of swapping to a 15 Overland with same equipment and terms (24 mos x 18k per year) with zero out of pocket.
I loved my 14 therefore, made the deal without delay. I had some issues with this new 15 including the tire/wheel balance issue and vehicle was part of a major suspension recall due to its mid June build date. After only 1100 miles, I went to the dealership owner and he agreed to swap it out for another 15 Overland, no charge or money exchanged whatsoever.
The aforementioned issue with the tire/wheel shake repeated itself on this most recent one. Had several failed attempts with resolving it and after 3000 miles, made a call to dealership and requested a quote to swap for my current HA. I gave them $1000 in total and my payment on this new 24 month term lease is only $10 more than my previous one.
In regards to pricing, the lease incentives were huge on all 3 of the 15s. There was a total of $7500 off due to incentives and my dealer discounted the HA an additional $2200 or so. This lease will allow me to opt out early at nearly anytime as negative equity should never be an issue with these kind of numbers. For those purchasing in lieu of leasing, the incentives weren't nearly as good. A savvy buyer could just lease for such incentive purposes and then buy it out after a payment or two.
By the way, love my new white HA and glad to report no issues during first 1000 miles.