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Volvo is currently advertising a XC90 V8 with a 24 mo lease for 389. <p>But I've been hearing of others actually paying BELOW invoice. As an example Edmunds currently lists pricing for on '06 XC90 w/V8, touring, climate and metallic paint at 50,040 MSRP; 46,877 Invoice and 46,010 TMV.<p>They also show the following rebates and incentives:<br>> 500 Cash to Customer (if you finance with Volvo finance)<br>> 2,000 Cash to Customer (Conquest bonus cash - does anyone know what that means?)<br>> 1,500 Cash to Dealer (for marketing support)<p>So, what are others out there paying and any other suggestions for finding a good deal (preferrably on a 24 mo lease)? Anyone have current figures on this lease deal (cap cost, residual value, money factor, etc.)?<p>Thanks!<p>
 

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Re: What did you pay for your XC90? (pkh540)

So a local dealer (http://www.sandbergvolvo.com) has an XC90 with an MSRP of 50,775 on sale at 44,996. However, if I want to lease that same XC90 he HAS to charge 48,839 as the gross cap cost as stipulated in the current lease ad. He insists that "Volvo requires" him to charge that or he can not offer the lease deal with the money factor or residual used for the current advertisement... <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://www.vwvortex.com/zeroforum_graphics/screwy.gif" BORDER="0"> <p>But the money factor and the residual value are sponsored through the financial arm of Volvo and are offered to help dealers sell remaining inventory before the '07's arrive. Volvo US already made their nut on the vehicle and allow dealers to sell the vehicle for what ever they want which is why you can buy cars closer to or sometimes below invoice based on market conditions and various incentives offered through the factory.<p>At this point he asked me if I was calling him a liar... didn't need the aggrivation so I walked. <IMG NAME="icon" SRC="http://www.vwvortex.com/vwbb/tongue.gif" BORDER="0"> <p>Anyone else have a similar experience? Again, just looking to find out what others may have been able to negotiate for the gross cap cost on this fantastic lease deal.<p>Thanks!<br>
 

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Re: What did you pay for your XC90? (pkh540)

Dealer in Charlotte is offering $8k+ off a XC90 Oceanrace Edition a $50,800 down to $42,800 or a S60R $45,600 for $37,600 both 06's.<p>The lease on the XC90 V8's is because they have too many on the lots, people are going for the smaller engines because of fuel prices. <p>I wouldn't complain about Volvo's lease, around here a 24mo lease on a Nissan Pathfinder SE, 4x2 with cloth, dual A/C, Auto is [email protected] sticker is $31,340.<br>Toyota 4Runner V6 4x2 sticker is $33,700 24mo lease [email protected]<p>Both with $4k down<p>I can get a XC90 3.2 4x2 through OSD for a similar sticker price but includes sunroof, leather,upgraded radio and other items, plus a free trip for 2 , nights stay, factory tour/lunch and other perks. Also a 4yr/50kmi warranty vs. 3yr/36k mi without roadside assistance.
 

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Re: What did you pay for your XC90? (pkh540)

<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD><i>Quote, originally posted by <b>pkh540</b> »</i></TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Volvo is currently advertising a XC90 V8 with a 24 mo lease for 389. </TD></TR></TABLE><p>With a $2495 cap reduction which IMO, means another $100/month on a 24 month lease...and a low mileage one at that. Remember, money down on a lease is not a good idea because in the event of an accident, gap insurance will cover the deificiency. Therefore, you're helping reduce the gap but won't see anything for it other than a lower payment.
 

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Re: What did you pay for your XC90? (MagoonR)

All of you are "partially" right. There are some "lease cash" incentives for various models that do impact the price. Lease $$ incentives are not only designed to move existing inventory...they are also geared towards generating "lease return" vehicles down the road. For example...a 2 year old XC90 with @ 25k miles is good merchandise for a Volvo delaer to have on the pre-owned lot!<br>If you "buy" the car...you are being offered a healthy...end of the year discount....but you may not have a lot of inventory to select from. If you lease...you are getting some cheap $$ and some very aggresive residuals to make the lease attractive.<br>As a Volvo retailer.........my gripe is that there is not this type of thoughtful and aggresive leasing structure "ALL YEAR LONG"! My feeelings are.......put the deals out there year round...if you want to "tweek" things...fine. But why wait until mid-summer to get competitive?<br>My feelings...after 27 years of making a living in this business is this.........VERY FEW corp "suits" could make a living on a showroom floor! They are out of step with the buyers...and have been for decades! Furthermore...there is not an advertising "guru" walking Madison Ave who can do my job! If you can....come down here and prove it!!!! I dare you!
 

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Re: What did you pay for your XC90? (universityvolvoOSD)

I got it used in Feb 2004. It only had 7,000 miles on it, and I paid...... $40,000 no tax.
 

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Re: What did you pay for your XC90? (david)

In Dec. 2005 I picked up my 2005 V8 XC90 AWD with Climate, Versitility, and Touring Package, 18 inch Altlantis wheels and for $41,500 off the showroom floor. The sticker price was $48,500, the X-Plan price was $46,000, and I think invoice was somewhere around $43,500. The car was red tagged at $42,500, and I was able to negotiate another $1,000 off. I got $3,500 on my trade in (1999 Mustang GT Convert with 140,000 miles w/ body damage, original clutch/shocks/struts, and needing new tires). Overall, I was pretty happy with the deal. Timing was key, it was his last 2005 on the floor, and it was December. I told the price to a dealer in Chicago and he basically told me to not walk, but run back to Detroit and buy the car. Still think I was pretty lucky!
 
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