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Old 08-17-2017, 03:23 PM
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MY18 S-Class Lease info

I am sure a number of people are interested in this...

The big favorite here is the 450 models

Residuals - shown for 24/30/36 months - More or less the same as MY17

S450 61%/57%/53%
S450V4 61%/57%/53%
S560V4 56%/52%/48%
S63V4 49%/47%/46%

MF - non-discounted

S450 0.00095
S450V4 0.00095
S560V4 0.00127
S63V4 std.
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Thanks for posting. With MSDs and AutoPay the S450 MF will be pratically nothing.

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I am sure a number of people are interested in this...

The big favorite here is the 450 models

Residuals - shown for 24/30/36 months - More or less the same as MY17

S450 61%/57%/53%
S450V4 61%/57%/53%
S560V4 56%/52%/48%
S63V4 49%/47%/46%

MF - non-discounted

S450 0.00095
S450V4 0.00095
S560V4 0.00127
S63V4 std.
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Do you have the MF for the S63 & S65?


Originally Posted by Wolfman View Post
I am sure a number of people are interested in this...

The big favorite here is the 450 models

Residuals - shown for 24/30/36 months - More or less the same as MY17

S450 61%/57%/53%
S450V4 61%/57%/53%
S560V4 56%/52%/48%
S63V4 49%/47%/46%

MF - non-discounted

S450 0.00095
S450V4 0.00095
S560V4 0.00127
S63V4 std.
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Old 08-21-2017, 12:16 AM
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Do you have the MF for the S63 & S65?
it's MB's standard MF. Trying to remember; it's something like 0.0025. Or was it 0.00225
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Leases are interesting games
From what I understand, really becoming tricky for mfrs in major states like TX&FL(&less major states like IL) where sales tax implics (&itemized tx deducs of sales tx in states w/0% income taxes) are rather different for leases vs buying/financing than CA
That said, am always amused by how cheap is Porsche 911TurboS 24mo lease vs similar lease for 65 Coupe in CA
Suspect many need to fully load costs of commuter&wkend fun car as few cars solve both purposes, even in places w/nr-perfect weather, like CA....
I've gotten a new TurboS as an urban commuter car (smoother gearbox and sharper throttle response vs 65 in urban driving, all in Sport mode) but I also get a new 65 for my wkend fun driving in mtns where TurboS' pathetic exhaust note, less passive safety, etc make it less relevant&enjoyable
All that said, wouldn't want any of these cars for more than 24mos; and typically, esp given glut of luxury cars, MBF will buy out 5mos pmts to "sell" one into another 24mos lease anyway
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With MSDs and AutoPay the S450 MF will be pratically nothing.
What is MSD, please?
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What is MSD, please?
Multiple Security Deposits. Used to lower the payments and refundable at lease end.
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What is MSD, please?
See here: https://www.mbfs.com/mbfsr/en/leaseF...tClassLease.do
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Leases are interesting games
From what I understand, really becoming tricky for mfrs in major states like TX&FL(&less major states like IL) where sales tax implics (&itemized tx deducs of sales tx in states w/0% income taxes) are rather different for leases vs buying/financing than CA
That said, am always amused by how cheap is Porsche 911TurboS 24mo lease vs similar lease for 65 Coupe in CA
Suspect many need to fully load costs of commuter&wkend fun car as few cars solve both purposes, even in places w/nr-perfect weather, like CA....
I've gotten a new TurboS as an urban commuter car (smoother gearbox and sharper throttle response vs 65 in urban driving, all in Sport mode) but I also get a new 65 for my wkend fun driving in mtns where TurboS' pathetic exhaust note, less passive safety, etc make it less relevant&enjoyable
All that said, wouldn't want any of these cars for more than 24mos; and typically, esp given glut of luxury cars, MBF will buy out 5mos pmts to "sell" one into another 24mos lease anyway
How you get cheap 911 leases? Porsche does MRM on them. I guess cost is relative.
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How you get cheap 911 leases? Porsche does MRM on them. I guess cost is relative.
He's been posting the same bs for years now. I doubt, anyone believes him.
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