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Thanks! Please let me know what they give ya. Don't forget that Ally gives the full 7500 as a cap cost reduction.
I have Ally now which is the worse for early trade in but one of the best for rates. I had US Bank previously.





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can we now assume to factor in the $7500 federal tax credit? Jeep's e-shop is showing "CCAP Hybrid/Electric Federal Tax Credit" as part of an incentive if leased through chrysler capital.
 

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Also - I saw on the Edmunds lease forum that CC is waiving the acquisition fee on the hybrids - so make sure you pick up that too.
 

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I just don't think there's a way to pay off early unfortunately. Normally leases are residual x number of payments left. If you did a 36m lease, that's like $15K or something stacked on top of the price. Not really saving much at that point.
 

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I just ordered one of these and apparently was able to get sold order protection for the lease rates and $7500 rebate through CCAP.
While it’ll be a bit for delivery, using today’s incentives my lease will be $381 due at signing and $381 including tax for 36 months, 10k per year. That includes wrapping all taxes on the $7500 rebate, $150 doc fee, and $800 registration into the lease.

Seems worth considering but not if you’re a high mileage driver or seeking to buy at the end of the lease.
 

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I just ordered one of these and apparently was able to get sold order protection for the lease rates and $7500 rebate through CCAP.
While it’ll be a bit for delivery, using today’s incentives my lease will be $381 due at signing and $381 including tax for 36 months, 10k per year. That includes wrapping all taxes on the $7500 rebate, $150 doc fee, and $800 registration into the lease.

Seems worth considering but not if you’re a high mileage driver or seeking to buy at the end of the lease.
Never heard of "sold Order protection". How is a dealer guaranteeing the rates won't change in May or June? I would be questioning that statement. I buy alot of vehicles (I get bored quickly) across different brands and never heard of that.

Good on you if that's a thing, but I am skeptical.
 

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Never heard of "sold Order protection". How is a dealer guaranteeing the rates won't change in May or June? I would be questioning that statement. I buy alot of vehicles (I get bored quickly) across different brands and never heard of that.

Good on you if that's a thing, but I am skeptical.
Apparently it’s a thing. Read about it on another board - dealer said it’s a form they fill out. Some are willing to do it and some don’t.

My feeling is that it’s a worthy a gamble. Odds are the CCAP rebate isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Plus, the MF is very high as it’s just the standard CCAP rate. Point is there is some risk but I think it’s small. And worst case I’ll just buy it!
 

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I just ordered one of these and apparently was able to get sold order protection for the lease rates and $7500 rebate through CCAP.
While it’ll be a bit for delivery, using today’s incentives my lease will be $381 due at signing and $381 including tax for 36 months, 10k per year. That includes wrapping all taxes on the $7500 rebate, $150 doc fee, and $800 registration into the lease.

Seems worth considering but not if you’re a high mileage driver or seeking to buy at the end of the lease.
Out of curiosity what was the residual, money factor and term? Edit: i see it is a sahara
 

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Out of curiosity what was the residual, money factor and term? rubicon or Sahara?
I second this question. LOL The due at signing and monthly seem wayyyyy lower than anything I have seen. Which is nice!
 

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Available on Edmunds.

36 month, 10k residual rates are .00195 money factor (4.68%) and 66% for Unlimited Sahara 4xE.
 

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I believe with CCAP they can lock in the rates for sold orders.

I do not think that's accurate with Ally.
 

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