My guess is it would be reduced by the amount of depreciation paid up.SteveInSeattle wrote:I keep waiting for the most important detail!!! What does the one year extension do to the RESIDUAL?
P71VIC wrote: I have a ridiculously cheap $127/m payment.
evnow wrote:Given my low lease rate ($125)
Similar to the original poster, my lease ends Dec. '14. I too have been offered the option of extinding for a year. My payment is $240 / mo. (this was a zero $ down, zero $ out the door $240/month).Turnover wrote:vs the current $99 payments.
Mine is really like yours - since I paid $2k down. Zero down mine would have been something like $200 (no tax in WA).brg2290 wrote:Similar to the original poster, my lease ends Dec. '14. I too have been offered the option of extinding for a year. My payment is $240 / mo. (this was a zero $ down, zero $ out the door $240/month).
How did the three of you get such great lease rates?
don't hold your breath waiting for the Tesla X, if you are really interested in the Tesla and like your LEAF I would consider doing a 1 year extension because the model X more than likely is more than a year out from becoming realityViktor wrote:I called Nissan today - they wouldnt discuss my lease termination till I received the packet from them 6 months prior to lease termination. Technically I am already there with my lease expiring Dec 4th - but no package yet. Is that something that being regularly offered - 1 year lease extension at the current price? I am considering Tesla X and according to their customer service it should be available, if I am to put deposit now, at around late summer/early fall next year - would work perfect. Is it the only extension U can get - in case Their production runing late?
I'm paying $149 a month and will also be extending my lease 4-6 months. Four if there is a great "lease sale' next Labor Day weekend, six if no sale. Those of us who made substantial down payments for low monthly payments would be foolish not to keep that low payment for as long as possible. I also have hopes to "sell" my purchase option at lease end, and if the residual is a bit lower, that's also better for that strategy.Given my low lease rate ($125) and no worthwhile competition expected by next year, I'll probably end up extending my lease next May.
I don't think this was addressed to me, but I'll answer for me: I leased for two years, so the warranty isn't an issue. Good point, though, although it seems that the Leaf's manufacturing defects seem to appear early.WHITELEAFLINY wrote:are you concered about the warranty expirein g ,if you leased for 3 years,and extend for another year.