They are lying ALLY FINANCIAL ISNTHE CAPTIVE lender for leasing who's the dealership
I've heard from multiple sources that Chrysler is using other lenders including primarily Hann Financial instead of Ally for leases now.They are lying ALLY FINANCIAL ISNTHE CAPTIVE lender for leasing who's the dealership
NY what do you mean - 2000 and a 0 deal? How can you sell someone else's carOnly us bank leases but what dealership is it or state and give me last six of the vin and ill send u the invoice and (-) $2000 and that's a 0 deal and that would be a great deal
The quote of the 314 shoudl include interest payments. I think the dealership did their math wrong.You are forgetting interest portion of the payments.
$30,900 seems like a great deal but the other numbers are a bit wonky.
You need to become a vendor sir. Pm me for detailsI run a jeep store anyone on this forum need proconsul fell like your getting jacked MSG me or. Ill just send you a invoice and take 500 off and ill ship it to u
LMAO. This is not true. You have no idea what you are talking about.Theirs no interest in a lease its always plus your tax
Ride with G is a good site for getting the lease rates. The calculator only handles taxing the payment, so it won't be accurate for NY. In New York you either need to roll the tax on the sum of the payments into the cap cost or pay it up front. If you roll it into your cap cost then you pay interest on that tax, making the final payment different than if you just taxed the payment. Depending on the MF, it could be another $10 on a $500 payment.I use the website ridewithg.com for lease calculations.