Re: Opinions/suggestions on a potential lease of a 2014 Overland
Take the RR to carmax and see what you can get for it. See if it's more than what you owe. Then negotiate a deal on an overland SEPARATELY. I got my first lease on an Overland V6 with Adv tech paying $0 at the dealer and for $598/month including taxes at 8.225%. Sign and drive. That was for an MSRP of $48685, negotiated price of $44838 less my $1000 conquest incentive. I rolled all fees and everything into the payment because the money factor was 0.0000958 (interest rate of 0.23%). Residual I believe was 51%, but I don't remember. This was for a 12k miles/year lease. I would always do 10k miles from now on though, and just either sell the car on my own at the end of the lease or pay the penalty.
Do some work with negotiating a final price, without mentioning leasing at all. Then go from there.
BACK in a Grand Cherokee. 2015 Altitude III. Granite Crystal. Backup Camera and 9 Speakers. Moonroof. Tow Package.
2014 Overland 4x4 V6, Black ext, Black int, Advanced Tech Package. EC169841