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post #1 of 4 Old 09-25-2017, 08:45 PM Thread Starter
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Wrangler Lease

Has anyone leased a new Wrangler? hard to get a real answer from the web on cost. thanks

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post #2 of 4 Old 09-26-2017, 10:51 AM
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It's going to be different based on who you lease thru and what the money factor is. Chrysler Financial tends to have the best money factor (Think interest here). A lot of dealers use Ally, they tend to be expensive on both finance cost and money factor.

Remember, you negotiate a lease just like a purchase. In fact, don't mention lease until you are done. Negotiate the price, then negotiate trade value, then bring up leasing. Never put money down on a lease either, that is paying down the residual in advance and does you no good if you are not buying the vehicle at the end of the term. And in the event that the vehicle gets damaged/totaled prior to the end of the lease, you will lose that upfront money.

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post #3 of 4 Old 09-28-2017, 02:07 PM
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It's going to be different based on who you lease thru and what the money factor is. Chrysler Financial tends to have the best money factor (Think interest here). A lot of dealers use Ally, they tend to be expensive on both finance cost and money factor.

Remember, you negotiate a lease just like a purchase. In fact, don't mention lease until you are done. Negotiate the price, then negotiate trade value, then bring up leasing. Never put money down on a lease either, that is paying down the residual in advance and does you no good if you are not buying the vehicle at the end of the term. And in the event that the vehicle gets damaged/totaled prior to the end of the lease, you will lose that upfront money.
This is pretty good advice

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It's going to be different based on who you lease thru and what the money factor is. Chrysler Financial tends to have the best money factor (Think interest here). A lot of dealers use Ally, they tend to be expensive on both finance cost and money factor.

Remember, you negotiate a lease just like a purchase. In fact, don't mention lease until you are done. Negotiate the price, then negotiate trade value, then bring up leasing. Never put money down on a lease either, that is paying down the residual in advance and does you no good if you are not buying the vehicle at the end of the term. And in the event that the vehicle gets damaged/totaled prior to the end of the lease, you will lose that upfront money.
This is pretty good advice shocking on a forum.. If you do put money down each $1000 should lower your Payment approx $27 on a three year lease. So negotiate as stated then work on what you can budget monthly by putting money down. Always buy Gap insurance on a lease but never pay more than $350 for it..

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