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So your taxes are rolled into your monthly payment -- that is, the monthly payment is $480 + monthly tax. Do you know the price, residual and MF they used in calculating the lease? This will be helpful in my negotiations. Thank you.
 

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So your taxes are rolled into your monthly payment -- that is, the monthly payment is $480 + monthly tax. Do you know the price, residual and MF they used in calculating the lease? This will be helpful in my negotiations. Thank you.
Yes, it's $480 + local sales tax a month.

Just on top of my head, residual is ~$32k. Ally doesn't use MF and I was quoted something like 0.05% APR. So it was next to nothing.
 

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What am I missing? I was quoted 24-month lease ~ $750/month - 36-month lease ~ $725/month Zero Money Down/10K miles on a 2018 TiSport. $54,000 MSRP.

I have excellent credit. Monthly payments are several hundred dollars more than what I'm reading on this forum. Help!
 

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What am I missing? I was quoted 24-month lease ~ $750/month - 36-month lease ~ $725/month Zero Money Down/10K miles on a 2018 TiSport. $54,000 MSRP.

I have excellent credit. Monthly payments are several hundred dollars more than what I'm reading on this forum. Help!
Could just be the dealer you got a quote from? Have you checked Alfa Romeo of Glendale (aka, Ellis family dealerships)? They are supposed to be the largest Alfa dealer in the US based on 2017 sales. I didn't lease but bought from them and received a decent discount with little to no haggling (approx $7400 off MSRP) on my loaded TI Sport.
 

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What am I missing? I was quoted 24-month lease ~ $750/month - 36-month lease ~ $725/month Zero Money Down/10K miles on a 2018 TiSport. $54,000 MSRP.

I have excellent credit. Monthly payments are several hundred dollars more than what I'm reading on this forum. Help!
Maybe others can add more detail specific to SoCal, but in general, negotiate the selling price down, make sure dealer isn't marking up their fees and the Money Factor (interest), etc. Negotiate via email or text and work multiple dealerships against each other. Inventory levels of the Stelvios are insanely high you should easily be able to get a deal similar to the OP. The Alfa incentives will change at the beginning of the month. Check out the LeaseHackr forum, lots of good advice over there.

I got my $52K MSRP for $495/month 12k, 39 months with $2000 out the door which included TTL and first month payment. This was in TX where we have to pay tax on the full purchase price. You should be able to do better in SoCal.
 

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Could just be the dealer you got a quote from? Have you checked Alfa Romeo of Glendale (aka, Ellis family dealerships)? They are supposed to be the largest Alfa dealer in the US based on 2017 sales. I didn't lease but bought from them and received a decent discount with little to no haggling (approx $7400 off MSRP) on my loaded TI Sport.
I bought mine from this dealer. They have easily 100+ Alfas on the lot and are very aggressive on the deal to move them. Check out their Internet special and go from there.

https://www.alfaromeoandfiatofglendale.com/alfa-romeo-stelvio
 

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Hi guys just picked up my Stelvio Sport a few days ago.

$53k msrp
$410 monthly (inc tax) + 0 Drive off...haven’t paid a penny yet. Everything rolled into the lease.
This is one where additional details would be helpful -- annual miles allowed, final price after discounts, residual value, etc. Was this a demonstrator that already had miles on the car? Even throwing aggressive numbers into a basic lease calculator I'm not coming up with anything remotely close.
 

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This is one where additional details would be helpful -- annual miles allowed, final price after discounts, residual value, etc. Was this a demonstrator that already had miles on the car? Even throwing aggressive numbers into a basic lease calculator I'm not coming up with anything remotely close.
Leased in March. 1st payment $349 due at signing $48,685 Msrp, $39000 net cap cost+ $4000 combo of Ally lease cash and competitive brand rebate. $28500 residual. 24/10k. At this price why not give it a 2 year test ride. If I don’t wreck it will go for ? next round. I’m going to be looking for a similar deal for $70-73k for $550-600 range. ??
 
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