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#2127 of 8191 1998 Nissan Pathfinder LEASE BUYOUT
Mar 31, 2001 (1:40 pm)
A friend of mine leased a 1998 Nissan Pathfinder SE about 3 years ago. His 39 month lease will be up in Aug., 2001. He recently received a call from the bank BANK ONE holding the lease an offer to buyout for around $400/month (they will be financing about $17K). The SUV has less than $30K miles. But my friend has no interest in the lease buyout, he simply want to return it back to the dealership in Aug. and lease a new one.
This is where I come in ..I am interested in buying his SUV. Does anyone know how this process works? Can he or I negotiate the selling price/monthly payments directly with the bank holding the lease?, or do we have to go thru the dealership who leased the SUV?, which I do not want to do. Any suggestions/comments on negotiating the best price? before I call the bank? Is there any kind of help available on the Internet?
#2130 of 8191 NISSANPARTSUSA.COM/oakley5
Apr 02, 2001 (5:06 am)
After reading (on this list) about bad experiences with NISSANPARTSUSA, I used Irontoad.com to order my rear window deflector (same price, $62) and it worked well. Their on-line ordering is a bit archaic, but it arrived in a few days in one package and nothing missing or broken.
#2131 of 8191 re#2046 PF Price
Apr 02, 2001 (5:35 am)
Congratulations...sounds like you got a great deal. Thanks for the detailed price info. Just curious...what state are you in? Also, do you know if the rebates are in lieu of 3.9% financing, or in addition to? Thanks.
Apr 02, 2001 (6:51 am)
I had no problems programming the HomeLink for my (very) old Stanley door opener as well as my brand new Genie with rolling codes. With the rolling codes you do have to get up on the ladder and put the opener into learn mode. HomeLink does have some more info on programming at their web site: http://www.homelink.com/home/home.html. Let me know if you still need some help.
#2133 of 8191 NISSANPARTSUSA.COM:oakley5
Apr 02, 2001 (7:28 am)
I have just gone through the same thing with Nissanpartsusa.com. However, I ordered and received my front hood deflector. The new Nissan piece (or should I say pieces?) looks pretty good and sturdy. I just hope they do have a good return policy.
I really don't know if I am going to deal with them again and just buy local instead.
#2134 of 8191 Path63 & Homelink
Apr 02, 2001 (7:41 am)
I followed the instructions exactly and was still unsuccessfull until I called Homelink directly who manufacturers Homelink for Nissan. After calling 1-800-355-3515 and speaking with one of the technical staff, I had it programed in under 2 minutes. Good luck.
#2135 of 8191 Hood Deflector
Apr 02, 2001 (8:33 am)
Oakley5 is the new Nissan hood deflector in two pieces? I was told they weren't going to make them any more due to a cracking and breaking problem. I got one from weathertech (one piece) extremely happy with it and it was only $58.
Apr 02, 2001 (9:35 am)
apart from the shipping problems of the Nissanparts usa, how do nissan's add on's compare to the aftermarket stuff? I'm thinking about getting the hood deflector, rear cargo mat floor protector, pet divider, and maybe some other stuff - not all at once though!
What's better for both price & quality - Nissan, autoparts stores, or mail order places?