How much does it cost to lease a Lamborghini?
How do you lease a Lamborghini?
According to the DuPont Registry, there are "several" sources available for those in the position to lease a Lambo, but all roads appear to head in the same direction: Premier Financial Services. Even though Premier usually works directly with customers on a wide variety of specialty cars, they're the exclusive official financier for Lamborghini -- so you can go to a Lamborghini dealership and talk to its sales staff instead of contacting Premier independently. The dealer's sales department will determine if you're eligible for a lease (don't bother embellishing your situation -- all your financial secrets will be laid bare) and, if your credit check passes muster, you can sign away, grab your new car keys and drive to your heart's content. Well, sort of.
The lease term is 27 months and includes just 3,500 miles (5,633 kilometers) per year (or 67 precious miles (107.8 kilometers) per week -- so you'd better hold on to your daily driver). While many car leases are structured so that you might actually pay off the residual (an amount written into the lease paperwork
that you pay if you decide to keep the car at the end of the lease), it seems like no one really expects that with a Lamborghini leasing agreement. DuPont Registry likens the arrangement to a long-term rental with a monthly fee -- even though the leasing industry generally avoids such verbiage.
Like any car-leasing experience, more car will set you back more cash. Don't set your new budget in stone based on these numbers, since they can vary somewhat based on location and taxes, but Premier says national average monthly payments are as follows [source: 0-60 Magazine ]:
- $2,732 per month for a LP550-2
- $3,317 per month for a LP570-4 Superleggera
- $3,484 per month for a LP560-4 Spyder
Oh, and there's just one more caveat: the specifics of this leasing offer were only available through the end of March of 2011. But since Lamborghini called this a pilot program, perhaps the opportunity will be available someday down the road.
The next page has links to some additional useful information about car financing and those ever-elusive exotics.Source: auto.howstuffworks.com