My OTD above is what it would cost anyone to drive it away, taxes, title, fees, additional dealer profit or discount from MSRP.
Separately should be mentioned is the negotiable add-ons; whether the customer was suckered for the additional $3,800 warranty, VIN ETCH, Scotchguard, crystal finish protection, floor mats, wheel locks, nitrogen fill, et al
The federal income tax credit is an individual thing and IMHO should not be included in the OTD, but definitely should be mentioned as to whether it is still applicable to the vehicle under discussion.
Much debated here is how the OTD should reflect individual discounts not available to everyone; i.e
. brother-in-law owns the dealership, GM card points, loyalty discount, conquest discount, Costco discount, state and utility rebates.
Bottom line - full disclosure is better than just tossing out a number without context.
The 2022 Kia EV6 is a compact SUV that features Pedestrian Detection, Wireless Charging, and Adaptive Cruise Control w/Stop and Go. Leasing the Kia EV6 can be a good option through a variety of lease deals, options, and packages. The average lease payment for the Kia EV6 is $685/mo with $2,000 due at signing for a 36-month term with 12,000 annual mileage limit. Average monthly lease payments for the same deal but with 24-month or 48-month term lengths are $889/mo and $589/mo respectively.
I asked the salesman about the above and he said don't believe everything you see on the internet. The current Kia lease deal is the worst he's ever seen; approx $1200 a month. They want buyers to pay cash or finance. The monthlies on finance with $10,000 down and 60 months would be $1067.
The 2022 Kia EV6 doesn't have an advertised lease deal as of this writing. However, given the popularity of leasing, we think it's just a matter of time before the automaker begins offering lease specials. Having said that, we think it's possible that Kia may not pass along a $7,500 federal EV tax credit
in the form of lease cash