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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-25-2019, 01:51 AM
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What is the sticker price of the SE you're looking at and what do you expect the monthly payment to be?

The sticker price is about 81.5K. The dealership quoted me 1.5K / month for my downpayment (plus other fees).



I honestly don't know what to expect. Never leased. I have always bought my cars!
That quote sounds right. The leases get the $7500 tax credit up front.

The car doesn't lease well. Fer reffernce, Look at the lease of a BMW 750i. It's a $90k car for $900 a month, $5500 down

IMO The leases are not attractive on the I-Pace. I hope they come up with a better program soon.
Purchasing is another issue due to depreciation
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That quote sounds right. The leases get the $7500 tax credit up front.

The car doesn't lease well. Fer reffernce, Look at the lease of a BMW 750i. It's a $90k car for $900 a month, $5500 down

IMO The leases are not attractive on the I-Pace. I hope they come up with a better program soon.
Purchasing is another issue due to depreciation

Thats exactly why I decided to ask in this forum. The dealers are giving quotes that are frankly discouraging me from getting an i-pace.
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That quote sounds right. The leases get the $7500 tax credit up front.

The car doesn't lease well. Fer reffernce, Look at the lease of a BMW 750i. It's a $90k car for $900 a month, $5500 down

IMO The leases are not attractive on the I-Pace. I hope they come up with a better program soon.
Purchasing is another issue due to depreciation
I believe its the same with Audi e-tron leases, albeit the e-tron has better residual value.
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That quote sounds right. The leases get the $7500 tax credit up front.

The car doesn't lease well. Fer reffernce, Look at the lease of a BMW 750i. It's a $90k car for $900 a month, $5500 down

IMO The leases are not attractive on the I-Pace. I hope they come up with a better program soon.
Purchasing is another issue due to depreciation
I believe its the same with Audi e-tron leases, albeit the e-tron has better residual value.
E-tron lease sucks too.
The leases have to be subsidized by the OEM on EVs for it to make sense.

Even Tesla takes the hit on the residuals which comes out of their pocket at the end of the term.

I believe eventually the OEMs will subsidize EVs, at least for compliance.
Kona and E Niro leases are not attractive either
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