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Does anyone have information on expected lease residuals for the 2.5T. I'm interested in either a 36 or 48 month lease.
 

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Re: XC90 2.5T Lease Residuals? (drlonline)

If you do a search for "Residuals", you should find the following and other threads:<p><A HREF="http://forums.swedespeed.com/zerothread?id=5346&postid=32097#32097" TARGET="_blank">http://forums.swedespeed.com/zerothread?id=5346&postid=32097#32097</a>.<p>"On launch, the XC90 will have a 63% residual on 36 month leases, and that is with 15K miles allowed, not just 12K like the others. The residual becomes 65% if you only need 12K miles per year. The Spies believe this is a winning recipe to steal market share from the leaders in this pack."<p>For a 2.5T AWD, I also got the following figures from a dealer in my area:<br>12 K Miles: 63% for 36 mos. / 55% for 48 mos.<br>15 K Miles: 61% for 36 mos. / 53% for 48 mos.<p>For money factor, I have been quoted .00395 or about 9%. I have also seen the same residuals on the edmunds board with money factor around .00375 and .00365. (Of course, unless you are getting your XC-90 right now, the rates are going to be different a few months from now) <p>IMHO, the residuals I have seen are very good but the rate/money factor currently is way too high. I wonder if other companies like CHASE will have the same residuals but with better rates...<p><br>
 

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Re: XC90 2.5T Lease Residuals? (nomis)

<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:<HR>I wonder if other companies like CHASE will have the same residuals but with better rates...<p><br><HR></BLOCKQUOTE><p>Chase residual are 1% better than those offered by VFNA and their [Chase's] lease factors are better than the <B> <I> <U>HORRIBLE</u></i></b> factor supplied by VFNA.<p>Yannis
 
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