Originally Posted by blarney
That's what I'm getting at, he basically gave that deal to a leasing company so now they get to buy it for below MSRP, they will rent that car to him for a few years and at the end they get to sell that car to him or someone else based on it's depreciation over MSRP. Which means they are the ones who reap the benefit of this deal.
They don't care what your purchase price is.. your "rent" will be lower but your residual is still the same, since it's based of MSRP. Ken wins, not the leasing company.