2009 Subaru Legacy Lease Rates – July 2009

logo_subbyMy Take: Not the greatest lease in the world, but close. The car is cheaper than most cars I post here, so it’s worth a look if you are on a the market for a fairly inexpensive AWD sedan. Two $1500 dealer cash offers going on right now, you can’t combine them. either way, the car retails in the low $20ks, so with the 2010 models out, you should be able to get a sub-invoice price. Remember that at invoice, the car is still not a “great deal”, you need to dig below invoice to make that happen.

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2009 Subaru Legacy

2009 Subaru Legacy Sedan 2.5i SE
24-month | 15k miles | residual 58% | .00250 base money factor
36-month | 15k miles | residual 51% | .00125 base money factor
48-month | 15k miles | residual 40% | .00235 base money factor

4 thoughts on “2009 Subaru Legacy Lease Rates – July 2009

  1. The 2010’s are significantly revamped. Nothing wrong with the 09’s — cheap wheels with some nice features.

  2. @g
    my mother is looking at a 09 legacy se auto,roof,wheels all done up (no leather) msrp around $24.5 k $325 month 36/10k with 5% mass sales tax ((($325))) drive off , and I don’t need to hear it’s so snowy out can you take me to bingo. Priceless… should I give her thumbs up? sorry no exact money % info she went alone

    • @jake. I am estimating a cap cost of 22,800 with fees rolled into. So that’s not bad. My only question is how the rebate is being applied. There seems to be a $1500 rebate available. It would be nice to know how much they are selling the cap before bundling all the fees and the rebate. I’m kind of borderline on this since this is a 10k miles per year lease. I think it should be cheaper at 10k.

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