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Infiniti G35, Infiniti G37, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
#7626 of 8139 June MF and Residual
Jun 09, 2013 (6:01 am)
Any idea what the current rates are for June on the G37? I had a salesman tell me .00046 and 57%, but I just cant see the numbers getting worse with the New Q50 about to drop and the need to eliminate inventory on the G.
#7627 of 8139 Re: June MF and Residual [kvl1027]
Jun 09, 2013 (8:25 am)
Hey guys what are these residual numbers for? I am looking at getting a G37 Coupe on Lease. 24 months $999 down, $279/mo with Premium and Navigation.
I used to own a G35 Coupe and want to get back to Infiniti.
#7628 of 8139 Re: June MF and Residual [shadiouz]
Jun 09, 2013 (6:27 pm)
That's a pretty good deal, I am guess it is before tax though. If it includes all your fees (tag, acq, etc.) then still pretty decent even before tax. Is this something you were able to get?
Jun 10, 2013 (7:52 am)
Can you provide the June incentives, money factor, and residual(s) for 24 and 36/39 month lease for the following vehicle:
G37s Journey Sedan - FWD - Premium/Nav/Sport. 12K and 15K miles/year. Thank You!!!
Also, dealer is trying to charge $995 destination and $895 dealer fee, are these separately negotiable? Thanks!
#7630 of 8139 Re: G37S - FWD [npurvis]
Jun 10, 2013 (9:53 am)
June 2013 on G Sedan
MF - 0.00046
Residual - 57%
for a 15K Mile 36 Month Lease
Add ~2% to residual for 12K mile Lease.
I can't believe they decreased residuals and increased MF with the new Q50 dropping this summer. I suppose you could still get a pretty good lease this month of the dealer is very aggressive with the sale price.
Typically Destination and Dealer fees are non-negotiable. You may be able to sway them a little on the dealer fee, but don't expect any movement on the destination fee.
They Are Giving $2000 incentive for marketing support and $1500 loyalty for current leases with IFS.
Hope this helps. I'm looking to move out of my current G25 Lease into a 2013 G37, I'll let you know what terms I get, but it is looking like there may be a better deal next month, although the available selection of 2013 G's may be slim.
#7631 of 8139 Re: I got lucky [nightripper1]
Jun 10, 2013 (12:20 pm)
The rebate is typically applied to reduce the net Capitalized cost of the lease. So negotiate your selling price first and foremost, then take $1000 off of that.
#7632 of 8139 Re: G37S - FWD [kvl1027]
Jun 10, 2013 (5:09 pm)
Thanks so much kvl. Do you happen to have the same numbers for the 24 mo lease? Same incentives/loyalty? Thanks!!!
#7633 of 8139 Re: G37S - FWD [npurvis]
Jun 11, 2013 (11:36 am)
The actually lease rate should stay the same, but the residual will be higher. I honestly can say I dont know by how much, probably 5%-6% maybe a little more????
The incentives should be the same regardless of the lease term, unless it is a special lease, like the ones advertised on tv (these are not good deals btw), these cannot be combined with some incentives.
#7634 of 8139 I know what MF is, but who determines it?
Jun 12, 2013 (5:43 am)
First time posting, but have been lurking. Im trying to get a good lease deal on a g37 coupe. After reading a lot of the posts here I figured the best strategy is to negotiate the price of the car first.
My question is how do I negotiate money factor? How do I determine what a good money factor is, is there a relation to mf and fed rates or do dealerships pick arbitrary numbers? I spoke with 3 people at infiniti finance, including a manager and not one could help me out they said I should speak with the dealer,
Thanks in adavance.
#7635 of 8139 Re: I know what MF is, but who determines it? [peterf5]
Jun 12, 2013 (8:16 am)
The money factor is set by IFS. Dealers have the option to bump the money factor over the standard IFS rate, but very few do. Just make sure they are using the standard rate that can be posted here or on some other sites and you are good. This site Ride the G is a very good source of lease rates.