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Hello everyone. I am new to RR, coming off 2011 bwm x5 diesel. RR models and choices are very confusing to me. Anyway, a dealer in SF bay area has a car on a "special lease". It's 2018 RR Sport TDV6 HSE (AD494/357BC/3.0D). The sticker is $81K, which is made of $74,350 base, plus nice packages that I like (Drive Pro, Climate comfort, soiled/heated seats, etc). They are offering this deal:
- 10K miles
- $7K drive off
36 months - $955 + tax
33 months - $933 + tax

The dealer says that 2019 models with similar price/package would be about $300 more expensive. I don't really know the difference between 2018 and 2019 models.
The car doesn't have roof rails which I need, not sure if I need to buy them from the dealer or install aftermarket. I haven't checked other dealers in the area. Any thoughts on the numbers are appreciated.

thank you.
 

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Probably be helpful to have a little more info. Everything I've learned over the years and practiced is always go for a zero or minimum down payment with a lease. What does the $7k include? Do you plan to buy or turn after end of lease....or undecided? If yes or undecided, would be helpful to know residual?What is the actual selling price? There should be a good discount off the list based on prices around here. Would hesitate about aftermarket roof rails......affect later value?
 

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Tried to make edit but n/a after 15 minutes. Also, you should know the money factor (interest rate) they are charging.
 

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@rrrookee, thanks for your response. The drive off includes registration, destination fee and cap reduction, not sure of the exact breakdown. I am not planning to buy this car after a lease. Good idea to find out out about the money factor on that lease.
 
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