2010 Volkswagen CC Lease Rates – December 2009

logo_vwMy Take: I couldn’t find a single 36-month lease rate. VW seems to be pushing the 39 month lease by making it really attractive. I am fairly impressed with the CC personally. I think the front of the car is a bit bland, but from the side, it has the lines of a MB CLS, which is pretty cool. Anyway, the seats could be a more comfortable, but the bucket seats do hold you well and the dash is first class. Aside from the “Transmission” problems Ursus mentioned last month, I have no problems recommending this ride. Just be careful with the 39-month terms, as you know, I’m not super fond of them unless you are saving a good chunk of change over the 36-month leases. Specially here in CA, where our DMV registration has practically doubled from last year, it gets expensive to pay this twice in one year.

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2010 Volkswagen CC

2010 Volkswagen CC Sport
39-month | 15k miles | residual 51% | .00125 base money factor

2010 Volkswagen CC Luxury
39-month | 15k miles | residual 47% | .00078 base money factor

5 thoughts on “2010 Volkswagen CC Lease Rates – December 2009

  1. When you only find a 39 mo lease can you just total up the 39 payments and divide by 36 to get that rate? DZ

    • @DZ. Not quite, the reason is that the residual value is sometimes higher on a 39 month lease and the money factor can also change. The only exception I have seen is on the C350 last summer. MB kept the residual and money factor the same, but added 3 extra months to spread out your payments.

  2. Another thought on 39 month leases — just turn it in early just before the 36 month date — if you have a nice unit — probably will pay it off to lease another — even a different brand. Any downside?

    • @DZ. Depends on how close the residuals will be 3 years from now. My G37 is a 39 month lease and my plan was to also turn it in a few months in advance, but with the over-inflated residual I got, I doubt I will get a good trade-in value for it 2 years from now. The best way of it is to go with a bank that offers “pull-ahead” programs (these are not offered every month though), were they let you off the lease a few months in advance without penalty. The only ones I know of right now are MB and Infiniti, but there may be others. Acura doesn’t offer it for sure.

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