100K Cars ranked by Lease Value
Why Lease 100K Cars? (because you can)
|1||=||2017 RR HSE 3.0L S.S||$1,149.00||$4,996.00||$101,495.00||36||$46,360.00||$1,287.78||1.27%||$999.00||$5,995.00||36|
|2||=||2017 Porsche 911 Carerra||$1,199.00||$6,050.00||$105,045.00||36||$49,214.00||$1,367.06||1.30%||$1,149.00||$7,199.00||36|
|3||=||2017 BMW 750i xD Sedan||$1,199.00||$6,425.00||$100,495.00||36||$49,589.00||$1,377.47||1.37%||$1,199.00||$7,624.00||36|
|4||=||2017 Mercedes S550 4Matic||$1,299.00||$5,894.00||$105,025.00||36||$52,658.00||$1,462.72||1.39%||$1,299.00||$7,193.00||36|
|5||>||2017 BMW M760i xD Sedan||$2,179.00||$6,425.00||$161,095.00||36||$84,869.00||$2,357.47||1.46%||$2,179.00||$8,604.00||36|
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Believe it or not, 100K Cars cover a broad range of automobiles, from high best performance sedans or coupes to the very top-of-the-line luxury car leases segments. The pricey cars featured below are not at all right at the 100K MSRP level. Some are slightly more, and some are way more like the BMW M760ixDrive Sedan. The price on these 100K cars range from $101,495.00 to $158,395.00. Since this is a niche market, the lease offers on these cars can disappear from time to time. For June, absolutely nothing has changed from last month.
Month of October 100K Car Leases
Only One Change
Once again, the 100K Cars this month are identical in price, payment, MSRP, and Terms to last month except for the BMW 760i xSedan which is slightly higher. Remember, when it comes to 100K cars the range of negotiating numbers are enormous. Don’t assume these prices represent close to the best lease options. What the same thing month after month suggests to me is that these advertised lease deals are more negotiable than perhaps any other type of car.
Still no Nissan GT-R Lease
The Nissan GT-R lease has not been listed lately. I will update this as soon as some new leasing information is released.
Why Lease 100K Cars?
Because you can would be the short answer to the question. $100,000 is a fairly large chunk of cash even for some of the most wealthy. It’s not that people in this income category cannot afford to plop down $100,000 cash or make the higher monthly payment on a loan purchase of around $2,000. The point is that car enthusiasts in this market are not going to necessarily want to keep the same car for very long. 100K Cars are made with one goal in mind: To give the driver the best of the best whether it’s speed or unmatched luxury, technology and features. Unfortunately, it is difficult to find cars in this price range with publicly published lease offers. It is not difficult to understand why when you give this matter some thought. 100k cars simply have much more dollar signs at stake. The different negotiation factors of Cap Cost, Residual Value, and Money Factor can literally mean tens of thousands of dollars profit for the car dealer. The last thing a dealer can afford to do is leave that kind of money on the table. Still, there are a few deals which are published each month on cars in this price range. This month’s 100K Cars lease offers range from monthly payments between $999.00 and $1,699.00. This only illustrates that there is an enormous opportunity for negotiating with the dealer in cars in this price range.