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Hi. We purchased a volvo authentic dvd headrest system for our 2007 xc90. Did you install these by yourself and if so where was the power source. We have them installed we just can not figure out where the power source is. Thanks
I own a 2006 2.5T xc90 with 70,000 miles, and it has been a great car. The 2.5T and all other volvo 5 cylinder engines have a great reputation for reliability and longevity. But 2006 was the last year for the 2.5T in the xc90. Most of the bugs were 'worked-out' on the xc90 by 2006. The v8 and 3.2 engines have turned out to be good engines--with good transmissions. The ... Read More
The transmission on my 2004 T6 was replaced twice by the dealership, Don Beyer Volvo of Falls Church, Virginia, under my warranty and service contract. Don Beyer Volvo is a well regarded dealership in the DC area, where Volvos are as popular as BMWs. DBV is rated highly for both sales and service. High quality, similarly sized loaners are generally available, especially with reservations. Loaners are usually new cars, with a ... Read More
no, they don't require old parts. They haven't asked for our old parts. However we have been involved for over a year now so I don't know. My story is that I bought a 2003 xc90 in 2007 from a reputable dealer. 1 month after purchasing the car the transmission fails. The dealership only had a 30 day warranty and the car had 40 thousand miles so the factory warranty wasn't ... Read More
I am also new to the Forum. I purchased a low mileage 04 XC90 from Carmax in 2007 and have had nothing but (extremely dangerous) problems with it from engine "backfires" disabling the vehicle in traffic which took over 2 years and thousands of dollars to fix (I believe a similar scenario with Volvo paying 50%) to most recently a transmission issue. It has 61,940 miles on it (~24K when purchased) ... Read More
Does anyone know if 2007 xc90 has XM or Sirius radio installed from factory??? It's a v8 with all the Other special stuff. It doesn't say anything about the radio though.....Info please!!!
RE: musty odor. I had the same problem; Volvo dealer was going to charge $140 for some "environmental" service. Took to a Volvo specialist; he replaced the pollen filter ($39.95) and showed me how to use Lysol spray (to kill mildew and bacteria) and spray it into the air intake area (gotta pop the hood for that), with recirculation turned OFF and AC running full blast, and it took care of ... Read More
If it makes you feel any better, we did the same thing except the mileage was about 26,000. We opted for the extended warranty based on the recommendation of our mechanic who LOVES these cars. He recommended the warranty based on the fact that the computer components are costly if they should fail. BTW, he only works on BMWs and Volvos. We bought our 2006 V8 in January '09; I believe ... Read More
I just bought a 2007 v8 w/ nav xc90. Price was 24K. The test ride was great. The vehicle is beautiful. The vehicle is being sold by a VOLVO dealer and the vehicle is a Certified Pre-Own. The carfax report is squeaky clean with the exception of the high mileage (64K). The price is great (24K). Part of me feels like all my homework and research paid off. The other part ... Read More
Perfect --- Sorry I did not find this on the site before. Huge difference from the $750 Volvo wants to charge for the service.
Does anyone know where I can locate what should be performed for this maintenance period. The dealerships seem to combine a 30K and 60K at a cost between $650 and $750. They want to change spark plugs and re-torque the suspension. I called an auto shop that specializes in Volvo and they charge $250 - $350 but do not change the plugs. It seems early to change plugs on a car ... Read More
I am also having an alinment Problem with my Tires. But I am also hearing a Noise when I go over a depression in the Asphalt. I think that it can not be the Struts because they look alright. I dont want to Change my Tires Every year because they are Pirelli Scorpion ATR They Cost about 400$ ea . Can anyone Help me?
I bought my 2004 XC90 from my son. It has 70,000 miles on it. Volvo put in a new transmission on 03/31/08. That transmission has less than 20,000 miles on it. It is now toast. I called Volvo and they estimate the cost at "at least" $6700, thank you very much. I also own a 2007 C70 Volvo convertible which has had some problems. It has fewer than 20,000 miles on ... Read More
Sorry I missed your point about buying CPO. However, a used CPO car isn't the same as a brand new car so its hard to compare, but lets try to break down the differences between leasing new (2009) vs. buying CPO (2007) over 4 years: First, you'll spend more on maintenance on a CPO (assume $500-$1000/year?) x 4 years = $2000-$4000. I spent $1500 on tires alone for the first 2 ... Read More
Need some help quickly as I need to get another car this week, our 2007 lease is ending sooner than I thought... Does anyone know what the current Volvo or US Bank lease numbers are (residual value %, money factors, 12k/year, 36/39/48 mos)? Are they different for 2010 vs 2009 models? I would presume so, since in 3 or 4 years all else equal the 2010 model will be worth more ... Read More
I have never had as many problems with a car (in this price range) than I have with the XC90. The dealership has become my second home. The steering wheel squeals when I make a right turn. The dealer says it's a XC90 manufacturing problem. I just have to bring the car in every 4 mos so they can put silicon in the steering to get rid of the squeek. That's ... Read More
Thanks to the help of this forum, I negotiated the following deal in Aug. 2007: 2008 Volvo XC90 -Premium Pkg -Climate Pkg -Versatility Pkg -Metallic Paint MSRP $43,350 Cap Cost $38,226 Residual $26,443 24 month lease with 15k miles per year $500/month. $821.36 total due at signing which was inclusive of SC sales tax of $300 Well 24 months has come and gone and now it's time to decide if I ... Read More
Hi, the dealer is offer $12000 off a MSRP $59792 for a 2008 XC90 Sport (with DVD, Nav and bliss, etc). Is this a good deal? My 2007 XC 90 sport lease is ending in June. Any suggestions what I should do? Should I push for a better deal or should I just extend my current lease for another 6 months( this is a 2 yr lease from Volvo). Thanks.
I am looking at buying a certified pre-owned 2007 Volvo XC90. Here are the details is this a good deal? 2007 Volvo XC90 3.2 AWD climate package (heated front seats, headlamp washers) convenience package (park assist, power retractable rearview mirrors etc) Premium Package (power moonroof, power passenger seat, leather, 6CD in dash changer Versatility package (Erd row, self leveling rear suspension, AC 3rd Row, center booster) Volvo Navigation Rear DVD (in ... Read More
My wife's 2007 XC90 3.2 with 19 kmi on it does not make any such sound, and it would be intolerable. Are you saying it sounds like a belt squealing? Is the sound coming from the compressor in the engine compartment or rather from the air handing system inside the passenger compartment? In any case it needs repair.
My wife and I just bought a 2007 XC90 3.2 with 35K miles on it. We love the vehicle but when the A/C is on it makes a whine similar to a worn power steering pump. This is the second 2007 XC90 we have driven for a couple of days and both of them had this same issue. I was just wondering if this is A) Normal and if not then ... Read More
After reading many threads detailing what a ticking timebomb our 2004 XC90 T6 AWD was, we were fortunate to be able to trade it in for a 2007 XC90 3.2. I thought I could start relaxing and finally get potentially expensive exploding trannies out of my head, but Mom called yesterday and her Acura is in the shop. Imagine my surprise to find out that while Volvo has the T6 nightmare ... Read More
i'm thinking of buying this used car, only 18k miles. i'm trying to look for any owners who could share insights or any known issues for this vehicle. thanks, r
Hi redtail1. Five grand less than the purchase option price on your lease contract isn't bad. However, it would be in your best interest to do two things. First, compare this price to the value of this vehicle on the open market right now. You can find out approximately what your vehicle is worth by looking up its Edmunds.com True Market Value in the Used Vehicle Pricing section of this site. ... Read More
I do not lightly go against the manufacturer's recommendation on tire inflation pressure, but it seems to me that the recommended pressures for US models are too low for smooth pavement. I inflate to 40 psi both in my 2004 V70 (Michelin MXV4 Plus Energy 195/65-15) and in my wife's 2007 XC90 3.2 FWD (Michelin 4x4 Synchrone 235/65-17), and I see no uneven tire wear. Both of these tire models have ... Read More
Today we purchased a willow green Used/certified 2007 XC90 3.2 FWD that came with: Premium package Versatility package Convenience pacakge & Navigation. 25k miles on the clock and 4 yrs or 75k miles left on the warranty. price 23.9k + TTL. From Volvo in Santa Monica. Did we do ok?
Well, you'll get some differing opinions here. You really should drive both and decide which engine you prefer and if the added price of the '07 is worth it to you. I can't speak to the longevity of the 3.2, but I've heard good things. The 2.5T is a proven and trusted engine from Volvo.
I am looking to buy a FWD 2006 xc90 with 25,000 miles on it or a 2007 with the same amount of miles but it has the 3.2 FWD. Which would be a better SUV? Has anyone had problems with the FWD's? I have never owned a Volvo but they seem like a pretty good car. The top priority is most reliable, but don't want one without any power either. Thanks! ... Read More
Found this, but I think it may be retracted on the cancellation: http://www.autoblog.com/2007/12/17/report-volvo-xc90-replacement-cancelled/2
The local dealer told me that the seal is not available as a separate part. The entire cap is $31 and change plus tax. But the dealer was out of stock so maybe the caps go bad regularly. It looks to me like the seal would come out easily and you could use some silicone grease in a small foil pak, usually sold to coat the insides of spark plug wire ... Read More
There is an independent garage in Dallas (Southwest Auto) which specializes in Volvo and you could possibly have them advise an independent garage in Hawaii, or advise you. I have used them and the nearby dealer, and they are both good. When our Volvos were still in warranty I have gone to the dealer, but I used Southwest for repairs on a 1996 850 (855) wagon. The rear hatch lift cartridges ... Read More
Hello, I'm French and I leave in the US since August 07. Iwould like to unzone/dezone the DVD player in my Volvo XC90 from 2007 (Rear Seat Entertainment) in order to play my french DVDs and, potentially, to bring back this car when I move back to France. I'm looking for answers to your question, but I don't find them. Did you fix it ? Thank for your answer and help. ... Read More
The tranny problem was with the Volvo XC90 T6 (not a V6 engine) . The 6-cylinder engine in the 2007 and later Volvo XC 90 3.2 is a non-turbocharged inline 6-cylinder engine (I6) with a different tranny from the problem one in the T6. On the highway my wife's 2007 XC90 3.2 I6 FWD gets as much as 26 mpg. I would bet that the I6 will get as much as ... Read More
My 2004 V70 base model 2.4L 168 hp came with Michelin MXV4 Energy (195/65-15) and three of them now have 30 kmi on them. I don't have a tread gauge, but the tread is getting near the minimum. The 4th tire (rear pass side) is only about a year old because of an unrepairable puncture in the original tire when this car was being driven by my wife. My wife picked ... Read More
2007 Fuel consumption records (gas pump) for 2007 Volvo XC90 3.2 FWD, purchased April, 2007. Note: Mpg values of 16 mpg and below were for the entire tank consumed on very short urban trips. The higher mpg for 2008 could be real improvement after breakin, but is more likely due to a smaller proportion of very short urban trips and changes in driving practices in an attempt to get the best ... Read More
Do not buy the 2003 XC90 2.5T. I had one of these - ask if the transmission has been replaced. This is one of their biggist problems. I bought mine in 2007 and within 1 year I had put over $6,000 into it, including the transmission at 75,000 miles and volvo did nothing to back it. The XC90's are junk especially the early models. If you need proof, just read through ... Read More
My lease is about up and I figured I would share what I am paying... I signed the lease August 31, 2006 for a 2007 xc90 3.2 with premium, metallic paint, and convenience. I ended up with a 2 year, 15k/yr lease paying only 1000 out the door and 399/mo INCLUDING TAX. I have not seen anyone touch this deal and am wondering if now that I am an existing volvo ... Read More
I've also noticed a musty smell from my 2007 XC90. I brought it to the dealer in April and their solution was to replace an air filter, at my expense. (So much for a new car warranty.) So, when the same smell occurred when I turned on the AC when the weather became more pleasant, I returned to the dealership to try to have the problem resolved. After waiting for about ... Read More
What year and engine is your XC90 that is getting only 15.5 mpg? Over the first 10,000 miles my wife's 2007 XC90 3.2 has averaged 18.8 mpgUS using the pump volumes and trip odo readings (10,328 miles / 550.1 galUS), but we have had individual fillups as low as 13.0 mpg and 15.5 mpg. The computer in her XC90 consistently gives an mpg value ~4.0% higher than the pump volumes. (So ... Read More
My wife bought a 2007 XC90 3.2 FWD base model on 17 Apr 2007 and as of 18 Apr 2008 the odometer recorded 9266 miles. The vehicle has consumed 497.6 gal of gasoline (premium 91 octane AKI) giving an average of 18.6 mpg in combined driving, mostly city with a lot of short trips, but including one long mostly interstate trip of 1550 miles over which we averaged 23.2 mpg. The ... Read More
"Fuel Economy Do You Really Need Premium? And Answers to Other Gasoline Questions By Philip Reed, Senior Consumer Advice Editor Email Date Posted 08-30-2007 Buying premium gas is like taking vitamins — you can't always feel the difference and yet you know it's the right thing to do. But as gas prices climb, paying the extra dime per gallon for premium is like adding insult to injury. Eventually, the thought is ... Read More
The Volvo owner's manuals for our 2004 V70 2.4L non-turbo and 2007 XC90 3.2 I6(naturally aspirated) recommend premium AKI 91 octane or better "for optimum performance", and state that AKI 87 octane is the minimum acceptable. You may get slightly better fuel economy with 91 octane. In the affluent western European countries 91 octane AKI is the "standard" fuel, and lower octane fuels are not available. Volvo designs its vehicles to ... Read More
I just looked over records on the 2007 XC90 3.2 FWD and I see that on one 1550 mile trip the vehicle used 66.75 gal giving 23.2 mpg ave for the trip which included some non highway use. The vehicle was moderately loaded with 2 human occupants, 3 dogs, and camping gear. On one all interstate leg of 369.8 mi it used 14.362 gal giving 25.7 mpg. This was on the ... Read More
The XC90, Accura MDX, BMW X5, VW Toureg all have about the same EPA mpg estimates--something like 15-17 city / 20-22 hwy. This leads me to believe that this is what a vehicle like this can attain. I do not believe that the mpg you are seeing is due to anything that you can change in the vehicle setup. The one variance I make is to inflate the tires to 40 ... Read More
The available V8 engine would give better acceleration, but only at the expense of lower mpg. The 2.4L 5-cyl TDI diesel (about 180 hp) would give much higher mpg (especially with the 6-speed manual tranny), but would give much lower acceleration, and it is not currently available in the US. My only worry about the new Volvo designed/Ford manufactured, 3.2L inline-6 (Volvo short inline six) is that it might prove to ... Read More
We have a straight base model cloth int FWD 2007 XC90 3.2, which had 8 miles on the odometer at purchase, after a 2 mile test drive. This engine gives the 4400-lb XC90 all the acceleration we want, but it will not perform like a Porsche Cayenne, or a VW Toureg with one of the large high power engines. Acceleration is determined by the ratio of engine power to total vehicle ... Read More
I would seriously reconsider any XC 90 in the 2003 or 2004 range. The posts are numerous for transmission and other problems. When the transmission needed replacing on my XC90 (posted on this forum earlier this year), we finally got an answer from Volvo that after 2004, they changed manufacturers for the transmissions because of all the problems and more. I love my XC90 and am now considering trading my 2003 ... Read More
I am responding to your post on December 1, 2007 where you included your letter to Anne Belec, did you get a response from her? I was thinking of writing to her myself, as I sit here writing this post our 2003 XC90 is in for repair. The original reason for the visit to the repair shop was the "urgent transmission service" message that popped up a week ago last Sunday. ... Read More
Write to: Ann Belec and Management Staff Chief Executive Officer Volvo of North America LLC 1 Volvo Drive Rockleigh, New Jersey 07647 CC: Better Business Bureau BCC: Attorney General’s Office - Tom Corbett Dear Ann Belec: I am writing to you regarding my 2003 Burgundy Red Volvo XC90 T6(VIN: ). I am writing to you to express my extreme dissatisfaction with this car and the service Volvo has provided me. I ... Read More
I need help Iam about to lease the 6 cyl Volvo xc90 I have been reading about the poor reliability of the 2007 .Cosumers and Kelly blue book rate the reliability poor. Does anyone know if thse problems have been fixed I have a great lease price of $460 incl tax with $1000 down 24 months. Dandee4
snowbird, there should be a white EPA sticker in the engine compartment, near the radiator, facing up. i think model year is listed on that.
I am looking to buy a new volvo xc90. I read through this forum and there are a lot of experience people/owner there so hopefully you could help me out. From the dealers I talked to seems there is a big price difference for 2007 & 2008 model. I understand that they are getting rid of the 2007 model but what's the main difference between them? I asked the sales person ... Read More
I bought a xc90 t6 awd '04. What a disaster! I took it in and complained it was jumping out of gear. They couldn't recreate the problem. This past August 2007, my baby was in the car and I put it in park...got about 20-25 yards away (to remove my realtor sign) and my car jumped out of gear and reversed over a major road and hit a tree. I went ... Read More
Anyone out there have a 2007 XC90 V8 fully loaded? If so any problems. My concern so far has been the back-up camera that blackout at times and the radio LCD seems to flicker/dim. Other than that no problems. If anyone has a different outlook please advice. Thanks
Hi Jeff. Volvo is not providing lease support on the 2007 XC909 any longer. So if you want to lease one, you will have to go with a 2008 model. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 Volvo XC90 3.2 AWD 7-passenger with 15,000 miles per year are .00250 and 52%, respectively. The numbers for the FWD version of ... Read More
About a month I bought '07 Sport - Titanium Gray Metallic Climate Tech Convenience 2600 miles (Demo) Sticker of ~$54,500 $45,000 before tax & registration. Traded an S80 w/ $11k allowance. My car may been worth $12k, but it had some cosmetic damage they didn't notice. There may have been some padding in the trade-in value, so I would say the actual price on the XC was $45k to $46k. I ... Read More
In six months of service (April 17 to Oct 20, 2007) my wife's 2007 XC90 3.2 has consumed 263.3 gal of gasoline to go 4904 miles, giving 18.6 mpg overall. For very short trips in town the mpg is terrible, 13 mpg or less; on the highway under the best conditions the mpg is 26 mpg. It still has the original filling of conventional ("dino") engine oil and it hasn't used ... Read More
I have used Mobile1 synthetic oil in my Volvos since 1996. In my 2004 V70 I use Mobile1 10W-30 extended performance and change at 7500 to 10,000 miles. The owner's manual of my wife's 2007 XC90 3.2 recommends 0W-40 or 10W-40 in our hot Dallas climate. I wonder why the Europeans are going to 40 instead of 30 as the hot viscosity number. I guess I'll use Mobile1 0W-40 and change ... Read More
Um dealer. FAIK, no one makes an aftermanrket cargo cover. The camera has to be put in by the dealer,it interfaces w/ the factory Nav sys. It requires software from Volvo. Same w/ Bluetooth, if you want it to interface w/ the factory sound system.
Will you be able to tell me who the Salesperson was at Darcars?
I am interested in purchasing an XC90 sport. I have negotiated the following offer: 2007 XC90 sport DEMO (with 1100 miles, looks absolutely new) Titanium Grey Metallic Climate Tech Convenience Navigation Dealer add-ons: Bluetooth Hitch (without wiring), just used for bike rack All weather mats We have negotiated $48,900 before taxes & registration. The sticker price on this is $56,592 with climate, convenience, tech and NAV. The additional dealer add-ons that ... Read More
Hi wyundt. Unfortunately, Volvo is no longer providing lease support on the 2007 XC90. As a result, if you want to lease one you will have to do so through an independent bank and take advantage of the cash incentives that are available on leftover models. You may want to consider leasing a 2008 XC90 instead of an '07 model. That is probably the route that I would go if I ... Read More
Hello ethandane. Is this a 2008 or a 2007 model? This is important because there is a big difference between the incentives on the '08 and the '07 model. Also, what is this vehicle's MSRP? I ask because without it, it is difficult for me to tell how much of a discount you are being given. Volvo is currently providing $2,000 lease cash on the 2008 XC90. Plus probably there is ... Read More
We were shopping for a 2007 XC90 AWD with convenience, versatility and climate packages in a metallic color. What we stumbled upon was the Volvo Overseas Delivery Program. You're going to get a car for a deep discount and a free trip to Europe with Swenden as your starting point. You can visit Volvo's website for more info. This deal is smoking hot because it seems that Volvo is making way ... Read More
yuan2 yes, it is possible to get close to 7k off the MSRP off "SOME" of the XC90's. from what i have found, the 7 passenger xc's have more incentive $ off than the 5. there is also more money taken off if you end up leasing the car. the Power Volvos seem to have the most room to negotiate. Power Irvine is where i would say to go. went in ... Read More
Hi, I am new to carspace and have never owned or driven a volvo before. I am going to test drive a used '07 XC90 V8 with 12,000 miles. I have 3 kids and drive a 2001 Honda Odyssey now. The Odyssey worked well for me but it is getting old. The XC90 owner is asking for $39,000. Looks OK on the web and is loaded with many options: DVD System ... Read More
Hi chriscava. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 XC90 2.3L AWD 7-passenger model with 12,000 miles per year are .00228 and 50%, respectively. Volvo is providing a $4,000 cash incentive on leases of this model through Volvo Finance. These programs are scheduled to run through September 4th. The money factors that are being provided on this model through ... Read More
Hi chriscava. The dealer that you are working with is running your lease through US Bank instead of through Volvo Finance. By doing so, your money factor will be higher but the dealer has access to an additional $4,250 in cash incentives ($8,250 total) on the '07 XC90 3.2 AWD 7-passenger model. If you want, have the dealer back out the additional cash incentive and see what a lease of this ... Read More
That is a good question, Philip. It appears as though most leases are being run through Volvo Finance, so I suspect that is the way to go on a lease of this vehicle right now. Volvo is providing special money factors and $4,000 lease cash on leases of the '07 XC90 through Volvo Finance. It has a total of $8,250 in cash incentives on leases of the '07 XC90 3.2 FWD ... Read More
Hi palleg33. The Volvo XC90's lease program varies by trim level, i.e. its money factors and residual values are different for the AWD 5 passenger model than they are for the FWD 7 passenger model. If you tell me exactly which model you are interested in, I would be happy to give you an idea of what its current lease program is like. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences ... Read More
Hello rgrand. The lease program that you were quoted for this vehicle is right in line with Volvo Finance's current program for it. That is a good thing. The selling price that you were quoted for it looks very attractive as well. I just worked up a lease payment on this vehicle using the info that you provided in your post and I came up with exactly $479 per month. This ... Read More
Hi pannikattk. The money factor and residual value that you were quoted for this lease are right in line with Volvo Finance's current program for it. This is a good thing. Now let's take a look at this truck's selling price. The XC90 that you described probably has a spread of around $3,300 between its full MSRP and its dealer invoice price. Additionally, Volvo is providing a $4,000 cash incentive on ... Read More
Here is the information that you're looking for, Bo. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2007 XC90 3.2 AWD 7 passenger with 18,000 miles per year are .00050 and 56%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00228 and 46%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi Lee. Volvo is currently providing a total cash incentive of $7,000 on leases of 2007 XC90 3.2 FWD 5 passenger models through independent banks. If I was in the market for this vehicle I personally would shoot for $500 to $1,000 over invoice minus the cash incentive. Try stopping by the following discussion to see how much other community members have paid for their XC90s lately: "Volvo XC90: Prices Paid ... Read More
>Would you please tell us which local dealer that you bought your XC90? Thank you in advance. We purchased our XC90 @ Smythe Volvo in San Jose, CA. Our trip to Europe was great! We stopped over in Paris before heading out to pick up our car in Sweden. It was coincidence that it was Bastille Day when were in France and the Gothia Cup in Gothenburg - so it was ... Read More
i just leased a xc90 3.2 sticker 46k i am paying 500 a month for a 2 yr lease 12k miles. 1750 out of pocket including first months payment. it is loaded.. did i over pay? gross cap cost is 41109 adj cap cost is 37939, cant quite figure it out. i did it through volvo credit.
Here are my questions- 1) Is this the best residual/money factor currently available on this type of vehicle? 2) If not, who is offering better financing? 3) Is there truth to saying that the residual/mf stay constant for month of July, assuming Volvo finance, and what are Volvo's res/mf for July? 4) Is there truth to the fact that residual/mf will be consistent via region, i.e., Northeast? Thanks for the help. ... Read More
Well, as you stated in your numbers, this is a lease through an independent bank, not through volvo finance. So the residual and money factor are completely up to the bank. Yes, feasibly the dealer could add some profit to the money factor, but I'm not sure you could find that out. Maybe call the bank in question directly?
I've learned a lot from these boards so thanks to everyone. I learned even more when going into the dealer yesterday which left some HUGE unanswered questions. I was in the market to lease a XC90 and live in eastern MA. The model we settled in on was the 3.2L AWD. While I think the pricing for the car was fair the residual and money factors were WAY OFF! Here goes... ... Read More
I've now had this happen with two different XC90's. Our 2005 T6 (replaced 10/06 under CA lemon law due to untraceable electrical drain problem)needed new tires because of bad outside wear at front at about 12,000 miles. I paid 25% of cost, Volvo paid 75% that time (and those were Michelin's, not the Pirellis). Our 2007 V8 (otherwise a much better car than the 05 T6), had the right front wear ... Read More
Car_Man or others in the know, Can you help me out with lease information on an XC90? I'm looking at 2007 XC90 3.2 FWD, Premium, Versatility Packages with an MSRP of $42,550.00. I need to know all incentives that would be available so I can negotitate a good Cap Cost for this vehicle. Also can you tell me is it currently better to lease with Volvo or a third party bank? ... Read More
Hi Bo. Volvo Finance's buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2007 Volvo XC90 V8 with 15,000 miles per year are .00105 and 65%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00171 and 54%. The residual values for these vehicles would be 1% lower with 16,500 miles per year and 2% lower with 18,000. The XC90 3.2's lease program ... Read More
Car_man: I want to confirm this is correct. 24 months though Volvo finance for 2007 Volvo XC90 3.2 AWD 7 Passenger is MF of .00053 and residual of 65% and lease cash of $2000. Through a third party lender, the lease cash increases to $8000 (what are the MF and residuals being offered by third party lenders). It sounds like I could still do much better with the deal I am ... Read More
Here's the information that you're looking for, jkloss. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Volvo XC90 V8 with 12,000 miles per year are .00171 and 56%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 48 month lease are .00186 and 47%, respectively. When negotiating your lease on this vehicle, make sure to take the $2,000 lease cash that Volvo ... Read More
Car_Man: You may be on vacation or underwater with all the requests you get but if you have some time and are checking the board, I am trying to get the residual and MF for the following: 2007 Volvo XC90 3.2L AWD Ice White, Sandstone Leather Premium Package Versatility Package Convenience Package Wood Steering Wheel Climate Package 36 Month Lease 12,000 Miles/Year MSRP is $44,925 and sale price is $38,407. Also, ... Read More
Greetings radoncgs. Volvo is currently providing a $2,000 cash incentive on leases of any 2007 XC90 model through Volvo Finance. It has much larger cash incentives for leases of the XC90 through independent banks, but they vary by trim level. If you tell me exactly which XC90 you are interested, how long you want to lease it for, and what mileage allowance you need I would be happy to give you ... Read More
Hi Bo. Volvo is currently providing a $2,000 cash incentive on leases of any 2007 XC90 through Volvo Finance. Its cash incentives on leases through independent banks are much higher than this. Specifically, Volvo is providing an $8,500 cash incentive on leases of the '07 XC90 V8 through third parties right now. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
Hey Rfalls. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Volvo XC90 3.2 AWD 7 Passenger with 12,000 miles per year are .00167 and 54%, respectively. Volvo is definitely not only offering 24 month leases right now, but its 2 year lease program is pretty attractive. The numbers for an otherwise identical 24 month lease are .00053 and 65%. Car_man ... Read More
Car Man (and others): My 2004 XC90 is about to come off lease and I am trying to reup with the dealership (DARCARS in Rockville, MD) for the following: 2007 Volvo XC90 3.2L AWD Ice White, Sandstone Leather Premium Package Versatility Package Convenience Package Wood Steering Wheel Climate Package 36 Month Lease 12,000 Miles/Year I would appreciate any comments back on what folks are getting for good deals for June and ... Read More
Car Man: I am looking at doing the following deal: 2007 Volvo XC90 3.2L FWD Willow Green / Sandstone Leather Premium Package Versatility Package Wood Steering Wheel 18” Wheels RSE-DVD M.S.R.P $43818 36 Month Lease 36,000 Total Miles Total drive off 1400 Monthly Payment- $530 including 7% sales tax. I have shopped 5 dealerships and this is the best so far. What do you think?
Hi mcmaddox. You're doing the right thing by shopping around. You never mentioned the selling price of the XC90 that you are interested in leasing. This is an important number for you as a consumer to know for two reasons. First, the selling prices of leased vehicles can be negotiated, just as if you were paying cash for them. Without knowing the price of the vehicle that you want to lease ... Read More
OK, parklife, here's the information that you're looking for. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2007 Volvo XC90 V8 with 10,500 miles per year are .00105 and 68%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of an '07 XC90 3.2 FWD 7 Passenger are .00073 and 64%. Volvo is currently providing $2,000 lease cash on this model. Make ... Read More
2007 Volvo XC90 3.2 AWD; metallic paint; climate, premium & versatility packages MSRP = $45,075. 36 Mos, 12k/YR $498/mos (includes NJ tax and based on a price of $35,125) Residual 0.47 Money factor 0.00205 $3,058.58 to drive the car off the lot (this is made up of various charges; I'm not putting any money down) Does this sound reasonable? I'm also considering a CX-9 but there are no incentives currently on ... Read More
I was in my local Volvo dealership this afternoon looking into the current 24 month lease offer on the base model XC90 and the sales manager made me an offer on an in stock model which was totally loaded. I'll list the specifics. Let me know if you all think this is a great deal. 2007 XC90 3.2 AWD +Magic Blue Metallic Paint +Sandstone leather interior +Premium Package +Versatility Package +Climate ... Read More
2007 VOLVO XC90 LEASE OFFER1 2007 XC90 3.2 Base "Sign and Drive" Lease for $459 per month for 24 months With $0 Cash Due at Signing No Security Deposit Required Excludes Taxes and Registration Fees 1 Lease Not all lessees will qualify for financing through Volvo Car Finance North America. Lease payments may vary, as retailer determines price. Residency restrictions may apply. For special lease terms, take new retail delivery from ... Read More
Hi maner. Volvo is currently providing a $7,000 cash incentive on leases of 2007 XC90 7 passenger models through independent banks. The $11,000 discount that you are being given on this vehicle looks very attractive to me. If you like it, I personally don't see any reason not to go for it. Car_man Host Prices Paid Forum
Hi letch. Volvo is currently providing a $1,000 cash incentive on leases of 2007 XC90 V8 models through Volvo Finance and a $7,500 cash incentive on leases of it through independent banks. If I was in the market for this vehicle right now, I would look up its dealer invoice price in the New Vehicle Pricing section of this site, subtract the appropriate cash incentive, and shoot for a price of ... Read More
The MF and residual for this car (24 month lease) is 65% and .00164. Look forward to your thoughts. Thanks --------------- Car_Man: You may be on vacation or underwater with all the requests you get but if you have some time and are checking the board, I am trying to get the residual and MF for the following: 2007 Volvo XC90 3.2L AWD Ice White, Sandstone Leather Premium Package Versatility Package ... Read More
2007 VOLVO XC90 LEASE OFFER1 2007 XC90 3.2 "Sign and Drive" Lease for $459 per month for 24 months With $0 Cash Due at Signing No Security Deposit Required Excludes Taxes and Registration Fees 1 Lease Not all lessees will qualify for financing through Volvo Car Finance North America. Lease payments may vary, as retailer determines price. Residency restrictions may apply. For special lease terms, take new retail delivery from retailer ... Read More
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