It may seem counterintuitive at first, but Volvo's most luxurious S60, the Inscription, is made in China. But dig further and it starts to make sense: consumers in that region value comfort and rear seat accommodations above the European-centric priorities of driving dynamics and maneuverability.
We think the special, made-for-China S60 can appeal to U.S. buyers as well, through its compelling blend of all-day comfort, understated style, and renowned safety. Here's what you need to know about leasing one.
Current Lease Program - Valid Through August 1, 20
The cost of leasing a particular car is determined by its lease program, which is set by the manufacturer, and the selling price, which is set by the dealer. Here is Volvo Car Financial Services's current lease program for 2016 S60 Inscription assuming top tier credit:
|Volvo S60 Inscription 36-Month Lease Program|
|Volvo S60 Inscription Incentives in CA|
|$2,650 Premier Package Credit||Available to All|
|$5,850 Lease Bonus||Available to All|
|$500 Allowance||Available to All|
|$500 Loyalty||Must own a Volvo or Saab|
A loaded 2016 S60 Inscription Platinum has an MSRP of $43,765. According to our readers, the internet departments of some dealers in California are offering quotes of $4,500 off MSRP before incentives. Your selling price will vary depending on location, available inventory, and other factors.
Putting It Together
Use the lease calculator below to customize your own inputs, such as annual mileage and selling price. Here's a sample deal of a 2016 S60 Inscription Platinum ($43,765 MSRP) assuming a selling price of $39,265 and excellent credit.
GM Acquisition Waiver: waive the acquisition fee by raising the MF by 0.00055.
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Registration and doc fee:
Tax on cap cost reduction and fees:
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Oh, the regular length, Swedish-assembled S60 is a great lease, too.