Lease numbers showing on build/price at jeep.com

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So, I was playing around with the builder on Jeep's website again for the upteenth time. And I noticed that now it has a lease number as well as buy number. Just an FYI for those of you looking to lease. I'm considering it, but not sure that it's right for me.
 

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Take those numbers with a huge grain of salt. There are a lot of issues:

1 - The selling price isn't right
2 - The lease price they show you is based on MSRP
2 - The lease price they show you is based on 48 months, 10,000 miles/year
3 - The lease price does not include tax, tag, title, doc fee, or lease acquisition fee
4 - The lease price is based on putting 11% down

So basically it is fiction.
 
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Take those numbers with a huge grain of salt. There are a lot of issues:

1 - The selling price isn't right
2 - The lease price they show you is based on MSRP
2 - The lease price they show you is based on 48 months, 10,000 miles/year
3 - The lease price does not include tax, tag, title, doc fee, or lease acquisition fee
4 - The lease price is based on putting 11% down

So basically it is fiction.
I agree, and if one is savvy with how to set the calculations they should be somewhat accurate. But, I just thought I'd let people know that its up, because a week or so ago it was only showing finance costs ;)
 
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