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Purchased a 2007 Volvo S60 (37K). Dealer offered 2yr/24,000 Gold+ extended warranty w/Fidelity Warr Service for $2,200. Wife commutes approx 20,000 miles to work a year, so doesn't make much sense. Should we re-negotiate, increase contract term or cancel? If so, any warranty suggestions are appreciated. Car was prev lease/1-owner/exc condition/all service&maintenance completed. Thanks!
Just picked up my S60 T5: Ice White/Black Brown Leather Climate Package Premium Package Urbane Wood Upgraded Wheels Tempra Spare Kit MSRP: $35,325 My price: $32,800 (including volvo loyalty). They also "over allowed" on my 2007 Lexus trade by at LEAST $1,000.... so I basically got the Volvo for $31,800 including my Volvo $1,000 loyalty.
brmd: The stabilizer links, strut mounts and spring seats on the S60's seem to be a weak point, at least they were on my 2001....I replaced them all by 80k miles. I don't know if Volvo had beefed things up by 2007. Stab links are a very easy task for a DIY'er, and strut mounts and spring seats are not terribly difficult either (but you need a spring compressor and to ... Read More
Re: the acceleration, I think it is called salesman ignorance, not BS Regarding the turbolag in the A4, I think it is not the AWD but is the lousy CVT Audi puts in the FWD A4. The CVT improves gas mileage but acceleration suffers. (I liked the CVT in the Maxima.) I test drove several 2010 A4s with and without the CVT and there is a huge difference between the CVT ... Read More
I see a lot of messages regarding the purchase of a Volvo S60 so I thought I'd post my info. In Jan 2008, I purchased a demo 2007 S60 with Premium Package, Climate package, and satellite pre-wiring with 6,000 miles on it for $25,795. I thought that was a great price...remember that was also before car sales completely fell off of a cliff so I'm sure you can get a much ... Read More
Here is what I got for buying for '07 S60 2.5 FWD with options: sport, premium, xenon lights, rear park assist, metalic paint, convenience = msrp $38,970. I paid $30,500 but it had 4200 miles as dealer car. Not sure if I got a good deal. Resale values scare me because I see Acura TL seems to do about 4 grand better after 3 years.
Not sure if you have already bought the car. But based on some of the postings here and my own experience, you should be able to get $7k off $36845. So close to $30k. On top of this you should deduct for the mileage. If you look at a '02 S60, it is worth about 10k to 11k. So ($30k-$11k) / (12kmile/year x 6years) = $0.263/mile. So 7800 miles cost $2058. ... Read More
I am new to this forum and can use some help from anyone that can offer some pricing options or "what I'm supposed to do now" scenarios. I am looking at a 2007 Volvo S60 2.5T; White; Premium Package; Sport Package; Climate Package. MSRP is $36,845. This is a demo; no dents, dings or issues with the car - approx 7800 miles. Does not have one feature needed, the Convenience package ... Read More
I am interested in purchasing a new 07 volvo s60. The detailed description and packages are listed out below. Year: 2007 Interior Color: Graphite Leather Make: Volvo Model: S60 Trim: 2.5T 4dr Sedan (2.5L 5cyl Turbo ) Automatic Transmission Metallic Paint Premium Package Climate package The best price before tax I can get is 28.5k. But the dealer said this offer is only valid by next Monday. Is this a good ... Read More
I am in the market for a new car. VW Passat turbo 6A and Volvo S40/S60 are on the list. I also think about the 2007 S60 with 6000-10000 mile loan car at dealership. How much is a fair of good price to buy one? They are asking 28000. But given the depreciation amount on true cost sheet from edmunds it should be lower than 26000. Also the 2007 does not ... Read More
I think you could do much better. As Car_man recently stated Car_man, "Volvo S60: Lease Questions" #358, 23 May 2007 4:03 am), the customer cash on an S60/2.5T is $8500. So at a minimum, your capitalized cost should be TMV minus $8500. Basically anywhere between $24,400 - $25,500 should be a decent deal.
I have a 2006 S60 T5. I bought it for the seats because I have a bad back. I'd love Volvo to have automated the lumbar support like they did the other adjustments - will they? I don't know what the MPG is per Volvo, but I live in LA and do mostly city driving i.e., 10-30 mph most of the time. My MPG is averaging 16-17. No matter what gasoline ... Read More
Consumer Reports gives the Volvo S60 a high (but not its highest) rating overall. I need a Volvo for the ergonomic driver's power seat. I could be happy with either the S60 or the new c30. I really don't want to get a C30 though because it's too new to know how reliable it is. I like the style, the safety, and the MPG of the S60. I have not read ... Read More
Not sure if you are still shopping or not after looking at the dates. This last 2 weeks I was in the same boat. I had a Ford F150 LAriat I bought new in 2005 with 21 miles and had decided it was time to trade in for something with better gas millage. My wife drives a Volvo V70 Wagon so I went and checked out the S60. For the money ... Read More
I started looking at S60s. I had an offer of $ 500 over invoice (cant remember exact figure), but it was in line with invoice numbers that I have seen on KBB/Edmunds. The car was an automatic with awd with the 3 big packages, but not nav. They will also replace the 17 inch wheels with 16 and take off an extra $ 500 if that is what I want. How ... Read More
The residual is based on MSRP, not negotiated priced. Since the MSRP on your car is approx. $35,700, the residual will be around $15,000. Nevertheless, you got a great deal. How did you get the dealer to go below $24k? They're probably losing money on this one.
Just got back from Pat Patterson Volvo in Memphis. They had over a dozen 2007 S60s still on the lot. Bought my new 2.5T with climate, convenience, premium, etc. packages for $27,249 plus tax and license, so $29K all together. MSRP was $37K and the invoice (with the x-plan price on it, so I have no reason to think it was bogus) was $34K. I was thrilled with the deal, and ... Read More
Ok, what do you all think of this offer... '07 S60 2.5T Premium Package Climate Package $23,886.75 We are going to be leasing it and with $2k down for about $320 for 36 with a 42% residual which leaves us able to purchase at the end of the term a 3 yr old S60 for around 10k
I have an offer for a 2007 S60 2.5T w/premium and metallic paint. Is this a good deal? What's the deal re: the tranny? Is there a problem w/the tranny? Would I be better off w/a 2008? Going to dealer tomorrow. Any help, thanks! Love my Volvo, but want to make the right move.
Looking at 2007 S60 2.5T w/premium package. Any idea of fair price? Know that there is $$ still out there and was told by a dealership today that Volvo may have additional monies for October. I am assuming that and cash rebates should come off the invoice price? Any help is appreciated.
#10295 of 10295 Re: Disappointed by 2008 CTS [renssils] by renssils Sep 18, 2007 (3:11 pm) Replying to: renssils (Sep 17, 2007 10:21 am) Having driven Watkins Glen, Summit Point, and Virginia International Raceway, I know first-hand that there is a big difference between a car that excels on the track and a car that excels on the road. The CTS may have good track credentials, but as a vehicle to ... Read More
Hi, I don't have all the specific info, but I was shopping for a 2007 S60 and got the following offer. From reading some other posts, I would think I could do better. Am I right? 2007 Volvo S60 2.5T FWD Climate Premium Convenience Metallic Paint Wood Wheel 3yr, 12000 miles/year No money down, 379+tax (which comes to $402 for me) Thanks for any help.
No problem, Anthony. Volvo is currently providing a whopping total cash incentive of $11,250 on leases of the 2007 S60 R through independent banks. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
I didn't want to jinx anything and post the details of the deal, until I was sure the car was mine...but today I picked up my 2007 S60 R AWD!!! I'll post pictures of it later on once I get my camera, but wow...an amazing car...here are the details of the deal: 2007 Volvo S60 R AWD Black Sapphire Nordkap Blue Leather Interior 6spd Manual Premium Package Climate Package 18" Wheels ... Read More
The deal fell through on the particular car I was looking at, and it was the only manual that they have. However I found another car that has what I want that lists for $43,850; Purchase Price: 37,161; Lease-Purchase Price: 30,411. This leads me to believe they are holding back on some of the incentive but this is prior to any negotiation. Can anyone double check/confirm that there is still in ... Read More
Hey just so you are aware, I have a deal on the table for the following on an S60 R AWD 6spd(not sure the details as far as MF or anything at this point since its what was quoted initially): MSRP: 50,115 Capcost: 31,000 Downpayment: $3000 Monthly Payment: $434 including tax 36 Months 12k miles/year The dealership is giving about 9500 off the cars sale price, and then combined with the ... Read More
I am looking at a 2007 S60 T5 with paint, premium, and automatic: MSRP - $37555, Invoice - $35223 , TMV - $32167 Leasing through an independent bank with 15K a year for 36 (or maybe 24) months. I have a few questions before I visit the dealer again: 1. What are the exact current incentives on leasing through an independent bank? You mentioned $9500 on the T5. The salesman quoted ... Read More
way too much for both the down pymt and monthly pymt on S60 2.5t AWD. My dealer is currently advertising $309 mo.$0 due at siging & $0 driveoff 36 mos for his remaing 2007's
Its for the 2.5T, I just got the ad on top of this page. 2007 Volvo XC90 3.2 - $459 lease per month for 24 months 2007 Volvo S60 2.5T - $379 lease per month for 36 months 2007 Volvo S40 2.4i - $329 lease per month for 36 months
Yes, its an automatic. No manuals to be found in LA unfortunately. Have you contacted other dealerships in your area? Are they offering the same deals? If all other offers are very similar then its probably safe to say that thats the best deal available. Good Luck!
Thank you for your help hts666. Was yours an automatic S60R? That's the only thing I can think of that my explain the difference in price, as they said the leases were better on automatics. My cap cost is $35,000 but my residual is $15,000. The residual I understand due to the difference in lease lengths. But the cap cost is $5000 different!
Actually that was the first quote I got from the dealership, I didnt do any negotiating and I dealt directly with the fleet manager. I called up a few other dealers and nobody could match it. The closest they came was higher by about $20/month. I asked about the difference between 36 and 48 month leases and 36 months was a bit lower. Also, the difference between 12k and 15k miles ... Read More
Wow, that's a big difference in payments. My payment originally started at $524 a month and I negotiated down to $499. Do you remember what the first offer was they gave you or how much you negotiated it down? I'd prefer a 36 month lease but they insisted it would be much more expensive. I just have no idea of how much they're actually profiting on this, so I have no ... Read More
well, doc fees, acquisition fee, and security deposit might tack on another $1200 or so ... but i think that would still only be like $380-$385.
The numbers are definitely not right on this. Using the data you provided and a lease worksheet I came up with about $340/month including 8.25% tax. They are packing the payment with something. Well, to be precise, the numbers are good but they don't add up right. Using Edmunds simple lease calc: 1.Sticker Price of the car plus options $37,725 2.Times the residual value percentage X.41 3.Equals the residual value= $15,467 ... Read More
2 months ago I leased an 07 S60R from Volvo of Santa Monica. $475(including taxes) for 36 months, 15k miles/year MSRP was about 45k Final price was 30k 2k down, including fees and 1st months payment. Lease is through US bank.
What about $499 a month/48 months for a 2007 S60R? And is the $10k off an incentive or a dealer sale? Can I negotiate this harder? This is my first lease. Thanks! $499 for 48 months MSRP $45,170 Invoice $35,170 Residual $15,357 $2000 down including fees
Good afternoon! Just got back from Volvo of Princeton and made arrangements to lease a 2007 S60 2.5T. Mike - I had a pretty similar experience price wise... I'm still amazed at the discounts on Volvos - went in with interest in a S40, but the price difference was something like $15/month - WELL worth the upgrade from the S40 to S60. I'll pick up the car on Monday, April 2nd. ... Read More
I would jump on this ASAP - phenominal deal! My cap cost was $25,425 on a 2.5T (metallic/premium/climate) and I thought that was a good deal. Take it and run!
Hello, I have a pending deal on a 2007 S60, with the Premium and Climate packages. Terms are: 39 months, 15,000 miles per year, $2800 total cash down (includes registration fee, taxes, first month's payment, etc.), and $342 per month. The bank is Wells Fargo, and the cost of the vehicle (cap cost?) is $24,300... from an original sticker of 35,800. I am scratching my head at how they got the ... Read More
It is amazing to me that even with $14k off, this costs $400/mo. The residuals are just SO horrible! Anyway, considering there is only about a $2300 spread between MSRP and invoice, and the lease incentive is $9k, then it sounds like you are costing the dealer about $2700. I don't know how, but its certainly a fantastic deal for you.
Greetings hts666. The car that you described, a well equipped 2007 Volvo S60 R has a spread of around $2,800 between its full MSRP and its dealer invoice price. Given the size of the discount that you were quoted, I suspect that you are leasing this car through an independent bank rather than through Volvo Finance. Volvo is currently providing a whopping $7,000 cash incentive for leases of the '07 S60 ... Read More
Hey Car Man, How does this sound: 2007 Volvo S60 T5 Convenience Package Premium Package Sport Package Metalic Paint 36 Month/12K per year MSRP $37,735 Cap Cost $23,900 Money Factor .00207 (US Bank) Residual 41% $716.04 Drive Off $369 + $30 Tax + $399 per month What do you think? Does this sound like a good deal? Should I be aware of anything else?
Hi m.l. The money factor that you mentioned is different than Volvo Finance's current buy rate for this car. I suspect that your lease is being run through an independent bank rather than through Volvo Finance. Volvo is currently providing a $6,000 cash incentive on leases of the 2007 S60 T5 through independent banks plus $2,000 lease cash, plus $1,000 owner loyalty or conquest cash for a total of $9,000 in ... Read More
Hi fishymick. X-Plan deals usually are very good. The car that you described, a well equipped 2007 Volvo S60 R has a spread of around $2,800 between its full MSRP and its dealer invoice price. I see that you are leasing it through Wells Fargo instead of Volvo Finance. I believe that Volvo is currently providing a whopping $7,000 cash incentive for leases of the '07 S60 R through independent banks. ... Read More
No kidding, qbrozen. Volvo is providing a ton of support on leases of its vehicles through independent banks right now. Unfortunately, the cash incentive on leases of the 2007 V70 through independent banks is currently only $4,000. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
You're very welcome, dm13850. Here's the information that you're looking for. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Volvo S60 R with 12,000 miles per year are .00081 and 50%, respectively. When negotiating a lease of this car through Volvo Finance, make sure to take the $2,000 lease cash that is available on it into account. If you decide ... Read More
Im coming out early off a 2005 BMW 3Series lease, I put way too many miles. In order for me to get out of the lease as I am "flipped" ill get into a Volvo Lease with the idea of buying at the end of the lease. This hiccup is the price Im paying for leasing and adding tons of miles. 2007 Volvo S60 2.5T black saphire w/taupe interior Lease price ... Read More
Thanks for the additional information, Andy. The fact that you didn't know about the $2,000 lease cash that is being provided on the 2007 Volvo S60 does not necessarily mean that it wasn't being taken into account on your deal. A base 2007 Volvo S60 2.5T only has a spread of around $1,800 between its full MSRP and its dealer invoice price. You are being given a discount of $5,600 on ... Read More
Hi jozso, welcome to CarSpace! I moved your post to a discussion about starting problems. Here's the link: jozso, "Volvo S60 Starting Issues" #4, 18 May 2007 12:11 pm. Hope we can help.
Car_Man and others - First, thanks for providing so much great information on this forum. I'm about to lease for the 8th time and I'm sure the advice I've gotten here has saved me many thousands of dollars over the years. I'm looking to lease a 2007 S60 R with the following options: - Manual transmission - Premium package - Climate package - Interior air quality system - Sat. radio prep ... Read More
My 2007 for $31K did not have AWD, but included metallic paint, satellite radio prep as well as prem./conv/climate packages. Still think it was pretty good deal for '07. They also gave me a generous trade-in value. Am really enjoying the car1
Hi rriul. The 2007 Volvo S60 2.5T Base model appears to be the only S60 trim level that there is a special lease on through Volvo Finance right now. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of one through Volvo Finance with 15,000 miles per year are an amazingly low .00001 and 46%, respectively. When negotiating your lease on this car, make ... Read More
I am considering leasing a 2007 S60 2.5T. Are there any incentives currently. I am not in a big hurry and can wait until summer if that is the better time to lease. Also, what is required to maintain the car for the first 3 years assuming 15,000 miles per year. How do insurance rates on Volvo's compare to other cars. THANKS. I have learned a lot already from this forum ... Read More
Now that I think about it, I'll second redsoxgirl nomination of a used 2005 E320 CDI as a viable alternative to the new or slightly used 20007 C280. My marketing director has an E320 CDI, the sales manager that works for her has a 2004 C240. We have driven both of them to lunch together on dozens of occassions. The E320 is in a whole different league above the C class. ... Read More
I just bought a 2007 Volvo S60. Paid $31000 for premium, convenience and climate package. Hope it was a good deal?
I just bought a s60 at texas. i think it is good deal. $28000 for 2007 S60, premium package. I just did not expect this monster eat gas so quick. MPG is about 22. It should be much higher than that. I don't know what tricks you guys can provide me to save some gas money.
Nothing to share. Volvo doesn't have a special lease program for the S60 R, period. Maybe in NY state they do, but no where else.
Volvo Finance definitely is providing special lease money factors on the 2007 S60 R in many parts of the country. Having said this, one may indeed be better off taking advantage of the cash incentives and leasing through an independent bank. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
Hi Bornracer. I still think that it is strange that US Bank would offer any sort of cash incentive on a lease of a vehicle. Manufacturers' captive finance companies' have an incentive to provide cash on vehicles because they help their parent companies sell vehicles, but independent banks do not. Anyhow, Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 48 month lease of a 2007 Volvo ... Read More
Welcome mskrin99. Since you are new to the world of leasing, you definitely should check out the following informative articles that are available here at Edmunds.com prior to visiting any dealers: 10 Steps to Leasing a New Car and Calculate Your Own Lease Payment. The car that you described has a spread of around $2,500 between its full MSRP and dealer invoice price. You were quoted a whopping $11,675 discount on ... Read More
Wow, bornracer, you are getting a discount of $11,290 on this car. That is a very low price. The last time that I checked, Volvo was only providing a $5,500 cash incentive on leases of 2007 S60 R models through independent banks, so this selling price looks great. I don't see where the $9,500 came from. Independent banks do not provide cash incentives on vehicles. I do not personally keep tabs ... Read More
Thanks for the kind words, nocal4. The selling price that you were quoted for this car looks good to me. However, the money factor that you were quoted for it looks to be a little on the high side. According to the latest information that I have seen, Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 S60 2.5T 2WD with ... Read More
Free sched maintenance went away after the 05 model year. The first service is free on 06+ cars. Volvo currently sells pre-paid maintenance, but it isn't that great a deal.
Hello all, I was looking at consumer guide to see what car I want to buy and narrowed it down to 3. S60R, TL-S, G35s. They are all about the same price and similar warranties. One thing that stood out is 3yr/36K mi included maintenance on Volvos. Is this true? If so, why did the Volvo dealer not tell me? WHy does Volvo sell 3yr, 4yr, 5yr, 6yr and 7yr pre-paid ... Read More
Hi Voxboy, I'm going to jump in here. I bought a 2006 S60 T5 (ex-service vehicle) this year, and a couple of months ago I got rear-ended. The head-rest was right there - my head hit the thing with a good thunk, but since there was so little - actually no space - between my head and the head-rest, I had no whiplash. By the way, WHIPS didn't engage - I ... Read More
Hello Car Man, Can I get your opinion on this lease? Volvo S60 (2007) Metallic Paint, Luxury Pkg (lthr, heated seats, sunroof...) MSRP of around $35k + change 3 year 36,000 lease. Monthly payment with tax of $350 with $665 out of pocket. Your feedback is appreciated, David
Hi Plekto. Just went shopping this weekend. Went to a car mall (12 manufacturers side by side dealerships) I test drove every car on the list you said were the best entry level lux-perform. sedans for the money under $30K. Was not totally impressed with any model of BMW and Mercedes. I found they were extremely overpriced for what you got inside and out and I don't suggest to anyone on ... Read More
Hi Car man, We've enjoyed reading your helpful posts. Keep up the great work! Is this a good lease deal: northern california 2007 Volvo S60 2.5T base model(no premium,no sport) MSRP: 31580 dealer price: 30012 incentives(Volvo Finance):2500 cap cost:27512=( 30012-2500) residual: 15790( 50%) money factor: .00155 up front costs= 1124 monthly charge= 445 Thanks!!
"The S60 T5, which isn't even their lowest end model is the same price as a Camry V6" Got what you're saying, but would still buy the Camry over the Volvo in a heartbeat. "I don't see Mercedes or BMW or Lexus offering those sorts of deals." You never will. "original poster wanted a luxury sedan that was sporty and luxurious for under 30K." The Volvo isn't a luxury sedan, like ... Read More
None of these cars are luxury cars. The segment is entry level luxury sport sedans. Manufacturers who make luxury automobiles, these are the bottom of the heap. Last I looked Volvo or Mazda don't make luxury vehicles. Rebates and incentives will be gone in a few months for 2006 models. It's a pricing anomaly, much like Black Friday. Comparing a 2006 Volvo outgoing model with a new 2007 335i is ludicrous. ... Read More
Hey Brian. According to the latest information that I have seen, Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Volvo S60 2.5T base model with 15,000 miles per year are .00108 and 48%, respectively. I would be happy to give you my opinion of this deal, but in order for me to do so I need you to provide me ... Read More
You are absolutely right, bornracer. The money factor that you were quoted for this car is absurd. Volvo Finance's current 48 month buy rate lease money factor for the 2007 S60 R is only .00080. If you decide to lease through an independent bank instead of Volvo Finance, this car is eligible for a $5,500 cash incentive. If I was quoted the deal that you mentioned, I personally would shop around ... Read More
Hello raindrop3. I believe what you were told was correct. I don't think that Volvo is providing lease support on 2006 models any longer. It is just providing dealers with closeout cash on them to help them unload their remaining models. If you want to lease, you will be much better off going with an '07 S60. As far as this car's cash incentives go, Volvo is not currently providing cash ... Read More
Hi neednewcacar. I believe that the dealer invoice price of the car that you described is around $32,826. As you can see, the selling price that you were quoted is well below invoice. This leads me to believe that this lease is being run through a bank other than Volvo Finance. Volvo is providing special cash incentives on vehicles that are leased through independent banks. Specifically, 2007 Volvo S60 2.5T models ... Read More
Hi Car_man, Can you analyze my deal for me: 2007 Volvo S60 (base model) Leather/Sunroof lease factor .00212 36 mos lease / 15k miles Residual -- 45% $2500 at signing (400 1st payment, 1300 cap cost reduction, 645 acquisition, 137 dealer fee) monthly payment $400 Thanks alot! Brian
I was recently at a Volvo Dealership in St. Louis MO. My current lease is ending in 2 months. I wanted the figures on a new lease on a 2007 S60 before I decide if I will keep my 2003 S60. This sales man quoted me a lease price of $480 with $2250 down payment 48 mo lease. MRSP is $36,813. He would not give me the invoice, said there were ... Read More
HI- well I DID just buy a new 2007 S60 only to have the transmission completely fail at highways speeds after just 5 weeks. I have been disgusted with Volvo's response. The car is just sitting in service for 6+ days waiting for the new transmission to arrive (by boat, perhaps???) Meanwhile Volvo has refused to do the right thing and just swap it for another car and the dealer has ... Read More
No problem, severancehall. You can't go wrong with 0% for 72 months. Enjoy your new car. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
Nope, 2007. Not sure how long it will last since these things change each month. My understanding, which may not be correct, is that 2006's become unattractive to support after some time since the residual values drop so low once 2007's show up in large enough quantities. Bridgewater Volvo in NJ is where we bought the car. Picking it up on Thurs. Ask for the internet sales manager.
Thanks, car man. Decided to buy a Zephyr on the Ford A plan w/ a 72 mo. purchase @ 0% interest. $500 down = $425/mo. with a $28.8K buy price for leather, THX stereo, moon, dual power seats, 6 cyl., black on black, etc. The S60 will have to wait. Darn ... always wanted a Volvo.
This is in Connecticut on behalf of my father. Want to make sure he's not being taken for a ride... For a 2007 S60 w/ premium, climate and metallic paint and an MSRP of $37,575, he has been quoted a purchase price of $33,145. For a 39 mo., 10k/yr lease, he's been quotes a monthly payment of $499.26 including 6% CT sales tax with $1,877 down (which includes first month's payment). ... Read More
Hi severancehall. The fact that you can lease your new Volvo through the "A-Plan" will enable you to get an attractive selling price on it without having to haggle. Just make sure that the dealer you are working with uses Volvo Finance's buy rate lease money factor to calculate your car's monthly payment. If you tell me what state you are in, I can tell you what that number should be ... Read More
There is no Aux input on the 07 S60's. Only on the 07 S40's and XC90's and C70's. Volvo makes an ipod jack that is a dealer installed item for the S60.
i'm a bit confused on the ipod support for the 07 s60s. i remember reading somewhere (here?) that there would be a standard input jack on the stereos in 07 that would support ipods (and other mp3 players). the picture of the stereo on the volvo web site looks exactly the same as my stereo in my 04. also, the ipod adapter is still shown as an available accessory for the ... Read More
I am being offered $390/month for 36 months, 12K/year, $1250 total drive off on a 2006 S60, leather, non-metallic paint, no geartronic, sirius prepped, etc.. Due to credit score I do not qualify for US Bank, only Volvo Finance. 2007 S60 would be $415 for same term. Is this a good deal? What should I ask for? Thanks in advance for any help!
Hi will22, Your numbers seem a little bit higher than the best deal in NJ, but are still quite good. The best deal that I was quoted was by Bridgewater Volvo (based on a recommendation by the famous biggerdaddynj). My payments were also coming to $320 a month for 15K per year, except that was with no tax upfront: just bank/doc fees and registration and first month's payment. Your deal sounds ... Read More
I am in the NY area and am interested in your deal. Please let me know which dealers you contacted and any more details you can.
I'm in Ohio, and have a Ford Motor relative which qualifies me for Ford's A-Plan (i.e. special pricing). Don't want to put anything down on an S60 lease if I don't have to, just want to see how to negotiate the lowest lease price and buyout if the A-Plan already provides fixed discounts and buyout ... I'm trying to determine whether there is really any need to negotiate when using the ... Read More
Can I ask why you want to put money down on a lease?? As for price of the lease, incentives that I know about (car man...correct me if I'm wrong, also not sure when these expire) are about $7K. So this comes off of MSRP as a minimum. Then you can comparison shop around your area and see who will give you the best price. If you're in the NY area, ... Read More
I hope to lease my first Volvo S60 this week. I have Ford A-Plan available. (1)How well does A-Plan help me on a 2007 Volvo lease? (2)If I need 20K miles/year and would like an S60 2.5T or T5 with leather, no NAV, what mo. payment should I expect with $2,000-$2,500 down? (3)Do I really need to negotiate if I use Ford's A-Plan on the deal?
I have a fully paid for 2003 S40 with 28,000 miles that I want to sell and lease a 2007 S60 Does anybody know how it would work if I wanted to trade in the car. Put the minimum down on the lease and make monthly payments. Would Volvo cut me a check for the difference say 12-13K. Whats my best option I really dont want to go through the hassle ... Read More
Actually, I just leased the same car (2007 Volvo s60 2.5T with climate and premium package - moonroof, power front seats, heated seats, leather, etc) for 36 months for 10,000 miles for $2300 down (including $140 new plates fee in New York) and $289 a month. This seems like a very good deal to me since it's an '07 for just 36 months. After the math, it's actually about $5 less ... Read More
The new quote for July 8th changed from the June 10th quote Looks like residual went from 43% to 42%; money factor went up to .00207, cap cost went down by $230 and a $500 rebate went away. 2006 S60-AWD-MSRP-$38,335 Net Cap Cost-$26,247 Term-36 months 15K Miles/Year Money Factor=.00207(4.97%) Residual-$16,100(42%) Monthly Lease Payment-$370 Due on Delivery 1st payment-$370 Sales Tax-845 1st years fees-261 Security Deposit-0 Other Upfront costs-777 (Money down) Total ... Read More
Just bought a 2006 S60 T5. It had been put on the road Dec 1, 2005 and was a service loaner at the dealership since then, running up about 7500 miles. It still smells like leather, if that is what bothers your wife. BTW I just test drove the 2007 Camry - I'm 5'10" and the front seat is incredibly short for me - passed on it. Didn't note the smell. ... Read More
I'd certainly be inclined towards the TDI Passat -- if it were available! I'm told that VW doesn't plan to import diesel Passats in 2006, but will likely do so in 2007. In fact, VW makes my patronage even more difficult since the only Passat with the nav system in 2006 will be the 6 cylinder -- and as I've said, fuel economy does matter to me. BTW, I just returned ... Read More
"a replacement for the S60 in mid-2007 that will share its platform with Ford of Europe's Mondeo" I hope this doesnt mean Ford will just stick a Volvo on the X-type. The current Mondeo platform will be no match for competition from Lexus, Acura, Infiniti, and the Germans by the time '07 rolls around. Its no match NOW.
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