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Infiniti G35, Infiniti G37, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
#770 of 7599 2006 Infiniti G35 Lease
Nov 09, 2006 (7:37 pm)
Good evening--I am trying to get my wife out of a horrible lease on a 2006 Mustang GT convertible--she wants a 2006 Infiniti G35 Coupe--here are the numbers I am working on:
2006 Infinite G35 Coupe 6MT - $33800 MSRP
Premium Package - $2850 MSRP
Infinite Navigation - $1800 MSRP
Aero Package - $550 MSRP
Destination Charge - $700 MSRP
Ivory Pearl Color
Total MSRP - $39,700 MSRP
I am able to purchase at invoice which is $36,338
My wife is $10,820.65 upside down on her trade bringing total purchase price to $47,158.65.
She currently pays $580 per month for 72 months for the Mustang lease--trying to save $50 or so per month in whatever new car she gets--with the current Infiniti lease offers--any chance of getting a payment in the $530 per month range for 48 months or less with a purchase price of $47,158.65 and zero down and 12,000 miles per year--any help or advice is greatly appreciated--thank you!
#771 of 7599 Re: Help [Car_man]
Nov 10, 2006 (5:04 pm)
Hi Carman. I just recently was offered, or battled to agree upon this offer.. but anyhow.. 06 G35 coupe 6MT with Nav, 19"wheels.. etc. Lease - $3,000 down $442/mnth incl tax, for 12 months with 15,000 miles/year. does this sound right? I believe the Msrp was $39140. Not sure of any discounts I've gotten to get to these numbers. they tried for $5400 down and $498.mnth. which is outrageous!! Let me know asap so I can make a decision or keep fighting. Another dealer is working to beat this as well. Thanks in advance! Joe
#772 of 7599 My offer yesterday
Nov 12, 2006 (10:32 am)
I want a 2007 G35 AWD sedan. They said the shortest lease is 24 months. They wanted $3600 down (includes all taxes and fees) and $429/month (tax is 7%). I had got them down to $3200 down and $394/month but the guy said he forgot about the taxes and then this was the adjusted deal after tax. Oh yeah and it's 10k miles a year. I didn't take it.
I have never leased a car before but I just got a new job and I want a nice car short term before getting a suv/family type car. My other car is financed and will be paid off next year. That's why I wanted 12 month. I would have one year overlap. Do all Infiniti dealers have 12 month?
I'm thinking $3000 down and $415 is reasonable. Anyone care to comment? Any help is appreciated.
#773 of 7599 Re: My offer yesterday [r8ed]
Nov 12, 2006 (2:54 pm)
From what I've been reading on this forum, the numbers i got mine down to, as stated in my last post, $3,000 down, $442 mnth for 12 months on a top of the line G35 Coupe 6MT with Nav is pretty reasonable.... R8ed.. I'm not entirely sure about the 12 months thing for you since it is the sedan. I think the 12mnths is only for the 06 coupe and was a limited time thing.. but check on that.. and even fight for it... they may have some means of extending that to you.. butthen again.. I'm sure the dealers can only do what infiniti allows them, or has out there to do. But that price you say of just about $3k down and $415 a mnth doesn't sound bad to me on an 07 35x.. I just don't like the 10k miles. squeezethem for at least 12. I got 15k thrown in or i told them no deal. My numbers were close to the same when they were offering me 12k yr. got the extra 3k/yr for like 3 bucks a mnth. Keep us posted.. I think I've accepted my deal. I never go any replies as to wether or not minen seemed like a good deal, so i just researched what everyone has been getting out the door with and felt pretty good about it. Good Luck. Your numbers sound reasonable. Joe
#774 of 7599 Re: My offer yesterday [joseppi22]
Nov 12, 2006 (4:08 pm)
Thanks for the reply. I should have mentioned I'm getting a bare-bones G35 AWD.
I think you got a good deal considering you got the navigation package but like you said, I didn't see anyone comment either way.
I'll be in there most likely this week and I'll mention those numbers and see what happens. My friend got his at another dealer and he's calling tomorrow to see what they can do.
#775 of 7599 2007 G35 Sedan Lease
Nov 12, 2006 (4:40 pm)
I am leasing a 07 G35 in a couple of days with the following specs; G35 sport, nav, prem pkg, splash guards, tire and wheel pkg, sat radio. The MSRP is 38740 and I am getting $1300 off MSRP. Most dealers seem like they are wanting $500 + or - MSRP. Term 39, MF .00289, Res 55% for $830 down and $640 a month. Good deal????
#776 of 7599 Re: 2007 G35 Sedan Lease [soonertime]
Nov 12, 2006 (5:42 pm)
The money factor may be a little bit high. I thought I saw 0.00236 as the launch money factor for Oct for 36 and 42 months lease. See post 706 in this thread
#777 of 7599 Re: 2007 G35 Sedan Lease [soonertime]
Nov 12, 2006 (7:38 pm)
I was given a quote for the same car for my brother for $1200 below MSRP. I live in LA, so perhaps prices at your end of the world are different.
#778 of 7599 Re: 2007 G35 Sedan Lease [poorprof]
Nov 12, 2006 (8:10 pm)
I am in Texas. Thanks for the input. Car-Man what do you think?
#779 of 7599 2006 G35 Coupe lease thru VPP Program
Nov 12, 2006 (11:52 pm)
I am hoping you can give me yr advise on leasing a 2006 G35 coupe AT thru the VPP program. Here is a quote I recently got from 2 Seattle area Infiniti dealers:
Car: 2006 AT G35 coupe
Trim: Premium Pckg, Performance Tires, Trunk Mats
Invoice: 33,744 (v/s MSRP of 37580)
Destination & Handling: 650
VPP Discount: 557
Delivery Fee: 830
VPP Cap Cost: $34667
Down payment: 3500
Bank Fee: 595
Residual (68%): 25,554
Money Factor: 0.00162 (assumption)
Lease term: 24 mo
Monthly Payments (exld tax): 391
1. Is this VPP price a good deal? One of the dealers was not willing to settle below the VPP price despite the 2006 being phased out soon. The other dealer was willing to negotiate below this price but they didnt have the color I was looking for. I was hoping to get more of an upper hand settling for a 2006 given the 2008 will be redesigned.
2. Is the residual on a G35 coupe lease negotiable? Both dealers tell me it is not and its set by the leasing company. I felt it was too low. Your opinion?
3. Is this bank fee negotiable? This looked suspect to me.
4. Out of my cash down, they are subtracting my first monthly (427) as well as the doc fee (35), license fees (225) and tax (235). Why is this tax being levied here? Its already being factored in the $427 monthly payment.