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Infiniti G35, Infiniti G37, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
Sep 20, 2012 (8:24 pm)
2013 G37 coupe 6MT 36 month lease with 10k miles per year
MSRP - $45,795
Cap cost - $44,350
Residual - $28,392.90 (64%)
Money Factor - 0.00048
Max security deposits x 5
Monthly payment - $468.00 + tax
#7171 of 7597 Infiniti G37 Sedan/Coupe vs Audi A4
Sep 22, 2012 (12:45 pm)
Hi all -
I'm new to the forums looking for help in leasing my next vehicle. Currently leasing a 2010 Audi A4 Premium Plus. This is my 2nd Audi (had a BMW X3 in between the 2 and did not care for it).
I'm now considering leasing my third Audi vs. an Infititi G sedan or coupe.
The best lease offers I'm currently seeing online (and based on past experience) is about 400/mo on 39ish months for a Prem. Plus A4.
Do you think I can get lower?
Any experience with the G? I see their current 2012 leases at about 289/mo with 2400 down. Is this just because they are 2012 or can I realistically get that low on a 2013.
Also would like to drive off with NO Money down if possible. Any luck with either of these brands?
THANKS for any help!
Sep 22, 2012 (3:56 pm)
I would like to know Infiniti Financial Services' September buy rate lease money factor and residual value for 2013 G37 w navi and 2013 G25. And what is MF for tier 2 or 3 (FICO auto score of 666).
Here is what I'm being offered for the 2013 G37 journey Sedan with premium and navi packages for 24 months 12K miles/year:
Selling price: 39,500
Monthly lease $471 + tax
Drive off is 1500.
For 2013 G25
Selling price: 32700
Monthly: $398 + tax
Drive off is 1500.
Please help me!!.. Iel like im terribly getting robbed... please someone with some knowledge help me out!! i live in socal by the way. How can I get a better deal? Is is because of my credit score?
#7173 of 7597 Re: Infiniti G37 Sedan/Coupe vs Audi A4 [sareliz0131]
Sep 22, 2012 (6:46 pm)
The best offers you are probably going to find are for 24 month leases on either the 2012 G37 Sedan or Coupe. IFS is trying to clear out the 2012s. The 2013 Coupes are out and the 2013 Sedans are on their way. Keep in mind that the 2014 G37 will be completely redesigned and will be out by June, though my dealer said the date keeps getting pushed back. I just got a 2012 G37x AWD Sedan with the premium and navi packages, along with the splash guards, illuminated kick plates, and the trunk mat/net/first aid kit. 365/mo for 24 months including PA tax. Nothing except first month at signing. I did a lot of work to get that deal. Seems like lots of people are getting offers in the low to mid 400s for the same car as me.
Also keep in mind dealers have limited 2012 inventory so you might need to be open minded about colors and options.
#7174 of 7597 Re: Infiniti G37 Sedan/Coupe vs Audi A4 [slowbutspeedin]
Sep 23, 2012 (8:39 pm)
I'm looking to buy a G37x in NY equipped like the one you got. What price were you able to negotiate (including destination, regional advertising, and any other stuff they say has to be included). Definitely want the AWD here.
#7175 of 7597 G37x AWD Lease With Negative Equity ... Good or Bad Deal?
Sep 25, 2012 (10:04 pm)
Please help! I have a little different scenario. I never planned on paying anything near the advertised lease specials because I am $7500 negative on my trade-in. I want to do a lease to get out of this car that I am currently in before it loses any more value. Additionally this will be for a 2013 instead of a 2012. Here is what I am being offered:
2013 G37x AWD sedan with nav, premium and interior pkgs + splash guards, kickplates & trunk mat /first-aid
15k miles/ year for 39 mos. With scheduled maintenance plan
1st months payment + registration due at signing
monthly payment $649
Does this sound like a decent deal?
Kind of wondering if I should hold out for the new G but concerned I may get into a deeper hole with my current car if I wait. Any thoughts on this?
#7176 of 7597 Re: Infiniti G37 Sedan/Coupe vs Audi A4 [roxieixor]
Sep 27, 2012 (6:44 am)
I have a 24 month lease for 335.71 + 9% tax. After tax that's 365.92. Nothing due at signing (other than first month's payment). This is for a 12K/year lease on a 2012 G37X AWD Sedan with premium, navi, illuminated kick plates, splash guards, and the trunk mat/first aid kit package.
I think this is a very good deal.
#7177 of 7597 Re: Infiniti G37 Sedan/Coupe vs Audi A4 [slowbutspeedin]
Sep 27, 2012 (8:24 am)
Good deal. I am trying to get a similar deal here in NY area, but no luck so far.
#7178 of 7597 Re: G37/25 lease question [officetothemax]
by Car_man HOST
Sep 27, 2012 (3:50 pm)
Hi officetothemax. Infiniti Financial Services' September buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 G37 Sedan Journey with 12,000 miles per year are .00062 and 60%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.
The numbers for an otherwise identical 24-month lease are .00033 and 70%.
There is no 2013 G25. Infiniti has decided to discontinue the model.
If Infiniti does things like Nissan does, these factors should be good for credit tiers 0 and 1. The factor for Tier 2 would be slightly higher, say .00040 or so...and the factor for Tier 3 would be much, much worse. A credit score of anything higher than 690 should be eligible for the best rates. 650 or so for the second best.
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