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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 12-24-2016, 08:29 PM Thread Starter
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Quadrifoglio lease in US?

Has anybody seen or found reference to Quadrifoglio lease offers in the US? I would love to have use of all that technology, and yet be terrrified to own it out of warranty.

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LEASE A 2016 4C COUPE FOR
$699/month

39 Month Lease /10,000 Miles Per Year for Well-Qualified Lessees
$5,999 Due at Lease Signing
Tax, Title and License Extra. No Security Deposit Required.
So it could be $800~$900 a month I guess...You will have to wait till it hits the showroom.

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Terrified is not a word in this Alfisti's vocabulary. Neither is word lease!

Let me know when yours comes off lease.

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No leasing program will be established for now as a FYI. I am sure in the future once inventory catches up on normal models (Not Quadrifoglio).

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I'm certain that the Giulia Quadrifoglio will be a limited edition car. I doubt if it will be lease-able.
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Everything is lease-able. That doesn't necessarily mean Alfa will make it easy but someone will almost certainly make a lease program for it.
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I just finished paperwork for mine today...was chatting with the FI manager...there is NO lease option for this run of QV. There is financing throught Fiat/Chrysler however...I did not ask about rates...
The full line of the other Giulias will have lease options in addition. They are getting theirs in January.
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You've got a car? Where are you located?
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Why are there no photographs!?!?!?

Were you interested in leasing? I'm sure you could find a third party lessor to handle it; start with US Bank if it's not too late.
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Unless it's leased through your company and you intend to take it off your tax bill as an expense it's never a good idea to lease a car of any type. Leasing just puts one more profit center between you and the guy that tightens the lug nuts on the car back at the factory in the old country. At the end of the lease they will go over the car with a fine tooth comb. You will be charged for any and all dings and scratches and any other problems they find. You will be charged the going rate at the Alfa dealer shop. ($100 - 125/ hr ) The dealer makes more money in the service shop then he does selling new and used cars.
(That's why there was a fight to get some changes in the law to allow car owners to go to non dealership shops and still be able to keep the car under warrantee. ) Don't forget you will still have to pay for repairs outside of warrantee period.

If you want to get out of the lease early. That's fine with them but you will be hit with some really big fees.

Yes you can get to drive a fancier car through a lease then you could afford by buying. But why would you want a car you can not afford? I know, I know, that's the American way, right?

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I leased one, once. It was an 06 Audi s4 and I was able to take advantage of the tax implications. I didn't have any of the issues you mentioned. I returned the car and was not charged anything at all for an inspection or for "damages"
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Why are there no photographs!?!?!?

Were you interested in leasing? I'm sure you could find a third party lessor to handle it; start with US Bank if it's not too late.
because I pick it up after the new year...and no never considered leasing. I don't lease any of my vehicles, only my wife's.
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I have both leased and bought and both have their advantages and disadvantages depending on the deal and more importantly, the user's financial circumstances AND how much they use the car. In my leases, I have terminated early without penalty (on more than one occasion), been able to negotiate a slightly longer lease at the end while I waited delivery for a car, and in general never had an issue when returning the car.

My current 2013 Audi S5 was a lease that ended in November and I had it coincide which I thought was going to be delivery of a Giulia QV until the last minute Alfa switcheroo with the manual and the seemingly endless delay of introducing the car into the US. Because I was pretty under mileage, it made sense to buy the Audi 'temporarily' for a few months while I figure out what car to replace it with (and pray for a miracle that Alfa decides to release the manual after all) and I will most likely be able to sell it at the same price that I bought it at if not a little more.
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