What did you negotiate on your Taycan lease agreements?

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I am looking at a heavily optioned turbo build. I am looking at the 36 month lease with 15k a year. I would like to know some baseline of what others are negotiating on their leases. feel free to pm me if you like. I test drove the car and i am speechless. WOW!
 

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I am looking at a heavily optioned turbo build. I am looking at the 36 month lease with 15k a year. I would like to know some baseline of what others are negotiating on their leases. feel free to pm me if you like. I test drove the car and i am speechless. WOW!
The wiggle room for Porsche leases can be pretty poor. As with most things when negotiating, don't negotiate the "monthly payment" but rather ask for the lease factors themselves to make sure they are giving you the best deal. This is what I was offered locally (SoCal) for a Turbo 36mo/15k lease:

MF (money factor): .0028
RV (residual value): 46%

That's about on par with how things were earlier this year and I haven't seen an MF lower than .0020. To check on what the market is, you can always ask here too:

https://forums.edmunds.com/discussi...-porsche-lease-deals-and-prices-all-models/p4

I leased my prior car, but will go with financing the Taycan. BMW and MB have great lease deals, but Porsche and Audi will bury you a bit.
 
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The wiggle room for Porsche leases can be pretty poor. As with most things when negotiating, don't negotiate the "monthly payment" but rather ask for the lease factors themselves to make sure they are giving you the best deal. This is what I was offered locally (SoCal) for a Turbo 36mo/15k lease:

MF (money factor): .0028
RV (residual value): 46%

That's about on par with how things were earlier this year and I haven't seen an MF lower than .0020. To check on what the market is, you can always ask here too:

https://forums.edmunds.com/discussi...-porsche-lease-deals-and-prices-all-models/p4

I leased my prior car, but will go with financing the Taycan. BMW and MB have great lease deals, but Porsche and Audi will bury you a bit.
thanks for the reply, i go in tomorrow to finalize my spec and put down my deposit for my build. The least out of pocket for me is the best option as i make my living as a trader. The lease numbers i have seen are 3k-4k a month depending on options. I may just go the financing route instead... I have time to figure out which way to go as the car will not be here until late first quarter of 21.
 

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No negotiation at all here in the UK. I got a lease quote from the dealer, went online for a 5-minute search and found it over £100/month cheaper. Took my quote back to the dealer and I've been waiting 3 weeks for a reply. Chased them yesterday and the finance guy there said he couldn't compete with that, their lease prices "are set by the manufacturer". So I'm leasing it elsewhere, but the order will still get passed to a dealer. The cost difference was £5,000 over a 36 month term, far too much to ignore.
 

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No negotiation at all here in the UK. I got a lease quote from the dealer, went online for a 5-minute search and found it over £100/month cheaper. Took my quote back to the dealer and I've been waiting 3 weeks for a reply. Chased them yesterday and the finance guy there said he couldn't compete with that, their lease prices "are set by the manufacturer". So I'm leasing it elsewhere, but the order will still get passed to a dealer. The cost difference was £5,000 over a 36 month term, far too much to ignore.
If you don’t mind me asking, where did you get the quote from?
 

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I am looking at a heavily optioned turbo build. I am looking at the 36 month lease with 15k a year. I would like to know some baseline of what others are negotiating on their leases. feel free to pm me if you like. I test drove the car and i am speechless. WOW!
Check out this link on a 4S lease I created earlier. Hope it helps :like:
 

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I am looking at a heavily optioned turbo build. I am looking at the 36 month lease with 15k a year. I would like to know some baseline of what others are negotiating on their leases. feel free to pm me if you like. I test drove the car and i am speechless. WOW!
Maybe this is helpful. Porsche Riverside is advertising a lease on a turbo

New 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo
$2,159 plus tax / month | 1 at this payment
On approved credit.
Two years of maintenance included.

$15,000 down payment. 36 months, 10,000 miles per year. Down payment excludes tax, dmv fees, acquisition fee, first payment, document fees. $0 security deposit. $.30 per mile in excess. On approved credit. #11738P/LSA70829. Lease specials are for California residence only. Expires 09/30/20.
 

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Maybe this is helpful. Porsche Riverside is advertising a lease on a turbo

New 2020 Porsche Taycan Turbo
$2,159 plus tax / month | 1 at this payment
On approved credit.
Two years of maintenance included.

$15,000 down payment. 36 months, 10,000 miles per year. Down payment excludes tax, dmv fees, acquisition fee, first payment, document fees. $0 security deposit. $.30 per mile in excess. On approved credit. #11738P/LSA70829. Lease specials are for California residence only. Expires 09/30/20.
That’s not bad, but remember unless financing, you shouldn’t ever put any money down on a lease (or as little as possible) since there is no interest benefit and you are simply paying what you owe up front. This means that if you put nothing down, your actual comparable lease is $416 more per month, or $2,576/mo.

My dealer was going to put the $7500 tax credit as the “down” on the lease for nothing down on my end.
 

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Does anyone have the latest as of September, for the lease money factor and any discounts off MSRP. I am looking at both a 2 and 3 year lease.

Since they have now announced the MY 2021, with respect to Porsche, do you typically get money off because it is MY end.

Any guidance would be appreciated. I have a lot of experience with MB, but I am not that familiar with Porsche.
 

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Resurrecting an older thread here as I am also looking at leasing a TAYCAN 4S. Also from So CAL
From what I've gathered from Edmunds.com, this is the term for lease as of last week for 2020 lease program.

.00200 MF
58%/51% residual for 24/36 months

However, my local dealer is telling me its 0.0024 .

How are all you folks leasing making out on the lease figures?

Would really like to compare notes from others who have signed recent leases.

Thanks !
 

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