- Genesis Model Type
- No Genesis Yet!
With $3K of lease cash and $750 acquisition plus $400 disposition, you're still $1850 ahead going with the lease. This assumes there are no differences in taxation between buy and lease. From what I'm reading for California, I'll pay tax on the monthly lease (thank you @TurtleBoy ) plus tax on the RV when I buy the car at lease end. This should add up to an almost equivalent $ amount for lease and purchase. In fact, it should be lower cost with the lease if you consider the time value of money. i.e. paying tax up front for purchase versus the same tax over a period of time for lease. Yeah the lease tax includes the MF, but that is very low and seems to be in the noise level. Does that sound right?(Assuming the lease deal gives you $3,000 off but then you have a $750 fee + additional taxes.) Just a possibility to consider.