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All specials based on 12,000 miles per year, $3,500 drive-off, 36 month lease and approved credit. Taxes and fees included.

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All lease and finance specials are subject to availability. Roadster does not sell motor vehicles. We are a licensed auto broker and facilitate the transaction between you and a dealer. We will do our best to meet your requirements, but not every lease or finance special, model, color and/or feature combination will be available for every location.

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The manufacturer's suggested retail price.
The price we expect to meet or beat if you lease the car through the Roadster Concierge™ service.
The amount you pay at signing to finalize a lease contract and drive the car off the lot. It usually includes the first month’s lease payment, pre-paid depreciation, documentation fees charged by the dealer, an acquisition fee charged by the leasing company, sales tax and various state registration fees.
The predicted wholesale value of your car at the end of the lease. Residual Value is often expressed as a percentage of the vehicle’s MSRP and is always non-negotiable.
The length of the contract, loan, or lease. Typically measured in months.
Non-negotiable fee, charged by the lease company or bank, for processing a lease.
A standard, non-negotiable fee communicated at lease inception and collected when the vehicle is returned. The fee, which can range from $300 to $600 depending on the manufacturer, is used to cover expenses associated with reselling the vehicle, including reconditioning and auction fees. If you purchase the vehicle at lease end, you will typically not be charged the fee although you may be charged a comparable purchase option fee. Most manufacturers will waive the lease disposition fee if you lease or purchase a new vehicle from the same brand at the end of the lease term.
At the end of a lease term, the lessee has the option to purchase the vehicle at the pre-determined residual value of the vehicle plus, typically, an additional $300 to $600 fee called the Purchase Option Fee.
The maximum number of miles a lease vehicle can be driven per year without incurring a penalty. You can usually pay for additional miles at the start of a lease for significantly less than the penalty you would incur for the same miles at the end of the lease.
The proportion of a loan that is charged as interest, expressed as an annual percentage rate (APR) of the loan amount.
A leasing term for the cost of borrowing money; basically an APR for leasing. You can estimate what your interest rate (see Annual Percentage Rate) is with a lease by multiplying the Money Factor by 2,400. (0.0025 x 2,400 = 6% APR).
Sales tax is calculated based on the city where you will be registering the vehicle.
Our $295 service and delivery fee covers all aspects of using the Roadster Concierge service, including price negotiation, contract processing, and delivery of your new car to your home or office (major metros only).
The dollar amount provided by a lease holder or loan holder on a monthly basis to the lessor or lender for a specific period of time (lease or loan term).
Money taken off the vehicle price at the time of purchase. The dealership receives the money for the rebate from the manufacturer and passes it along to the consumer. By law, dealerships are not allowed to hold the rebate back, or keep any portion of it.
Amount you pay at contract signing in order to reduce the total amount you are financing. The higher the down payment, the lower your monthly payments.
Includes the estimated first-year state registration fee for your new car, collected by the dealer; and the documentation fee charged by the dealer to prepare a sales contract.
A non-negotiable fee added to the price of a new car to cover the cost of shipping the vehicle from the manufacturer to the dealership. It is typically $800 to $1000 and included as a line item on the window sticker.
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