Does anyone know the super elite money factor for the 3.0i??? is it lower than standard 0.00160??
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Originally Posted by merrickdb
Battleon, your selling price seems reasonable enough, but look at doing a few things:
 Get a 3.5is instead of a 3.5. As the 3.5is has an 82% residual (for 10K miles/year) while the 3.5 has an 80% residual, you'll actually pay less for a 3.5is than you will for a 3.5 (and you won't need that sport package either)
 Do 7 MSDs instead of a down payment. With a down payment, if the car is totaled you're out the down payment. With MSD's, you get the security deposits back if the car is a loss and you'll get a greater savings than you will from a down payment
 Make sure the acquisition fee is $725 and not $925
 If you stick with a 3.5 (rather than a 3.5is), insist on a money factor of .00175 (the sales support buy rate) and don't let the dealer mark it up 15 basis points. If you go with a 3.5is, the sales support rate is .00190, but the standard super elite money factor is .00175, so insist the dealer us the standard money factor instead if your credit score is 740 or above. Note that these money factors are before the MSDs, so your money factor postMSDs (assuming a 3.5 or a 3.5is with the super elite MF) would be .00126 (.00175  (7 * .00007))
 If you have the time and inclination, doing European Delivery will save you even more

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