Does anyone know the money factor and residual value for Hyundai Venue? Trying to negotiate a lease deal. If I can't find a good deal on a lease, I'll have to consider financing. Thankfully new car financing rates from my credit union are below 5%.
Oh, you mean the price to buy the vehicle, if you choose to, at the end of the lease? Yes, that should be set out up front. You would probably have to get that from your dealer's finance manager. It might vary by location and even by your credit score, rather than be a single number that you could look up somewhere. But yes, it should be written down before you sign on the deal.
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Like all Hyundai's the Venue will be covered by Hyundai Assurance, including a 10-year/100,000 mile powertrain warranty.
According to Hyundai, "the warranty covers repair or replacement of powertrain components (i.e., selected engine and transmission/transaxle components), originally...
Hyundai has officially announced the American pricing for the Venue it has a very low starting price of
$17,250. The top end model starts at $22,050. Those prices don't include a $1,095 freight charge.
It's a great value considering it's lower than the Nissan Kicks ($18,640), Kia Soul...