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Nissan Maxima, Car Leasing, Sedan
#1159 of 1376 Re: good deal or not? [ahashmi]
Jul 21, 2011 (3:43 pm)
Hi ahashmi, thanks I tried that site I think it sounds better than putting $2000 out of pocket and paying $315 monthly however I don't think they would take my 10 maxima s and pay off Nissan roughly 26 payments of $309 and still keep the payments at $295. I don't know if the dealership can match that price either buy if they can reduce the $2000 to $1000 or close for $315 monthly I would do it
#1160 of 1376 Lease help - new to leasing
Jul 21, 2011 (6:58 pm)
I'm hoping someone can help me quickly - this forum has been a help BUT still not getting the lingo of all the money factors and such. Bottom line is I'm looking at a 2011 Maxima and not sure if I'm getting any kind of a deal. I think I have all the numbers you need to help me out:
This is what the deal said on the car we are looking at:
Net Cap Cost: $33,868
Residual Value: ?
Money Factor: .00022
Lease end value: $19,517
The car does have Cold weather package, rear monitor package, boise system.
$405 month includes tax.
Appreciate any kind of advise as I'm noticing most other posts are getting the maxima for less - $310-$360 a month.
Note: I'm taking it that MSRP is the price on the sticker in the window. Am I supposed to be negotiating THAT price?? Sorry for the questions but this is new to me and I want to make sure that I am getting the best deal possible.
#1161 of 1376 Just pulled the trigger
Jul 22, 2011 (11:47 pm)
Hi guys, can anybody give me some imput on the deal I worked this morning. I leased a 11 maxima sv with sports, monitoring, and cold packages valued at msrp$38510. The invoice was roughly $36500 and the neg selling price was $33080. My monthly payment is $327 and I put out $700 total out of pocket tax is inluded in monthly. But wait I turned in a 10 maxima of which was a lease with $24100 still due to pay off so they appraised $26000 giving me a positive equity of $1900 plus a $1000 rebate and my 700 out of pocket to get a payment of $327. So my old maxima is taken care of and it was a base so I really wanted one with options which I now have. So is it a good deal.
#1162 of 1376 Re: Just pulled the trigger [mook12]
Jul 22, 2011 (11:49 pm)
The buyout is $20654 after 39 months 12000 miles yearly
#1163 of 1376 Re: Just pulled the trigger [mook12]
Jul 25, 2011 (7:08 am)
Sounds like a great deal to me, are you in NY/NJ?
Tried to do the same thing without the sports package, I'm over 10000 miles they wanted $500 out of pocket plus increasing my monthly $100.
I ran away, but from some of the posts here believe I can find a decent deal. Thanks
#1164 of 1376 responding to nypayman
Jul 26, 2011 (3:09 am)
Hey nypayman, I'm in ny but I went to pine belt nj in Newport. I think you can do good there but even other dealerships have great deals right now on maximas. I was there a while but it was worth it. I had the base max which I loved but I wanted one that had options and foun keep looking around you ll find one. good luck
#1165 of 1376 Re: good deal or not? [biggbrother]
Jul 26, 2011 (6:28 am)
pretty legit, got my friend a car through that. I didn't opt for them because you can try to do better if you know your game, for those that don't want to really haggle, its best for them.
#1166 of 1376 Re: good deal or not? [mook12]
Jul 26, 2011 (6:30 am)
For taking in your old lease, you need to speak with the dealer the broker sets you up with. Trading a car makes deals a little more complicated, but if you do go independent, you know the price range to be around.
#1167 of 1376 Re: Lease help - new to leasing [bobby058]
Jul 26, 2011 (6:33 am)
Way to high. What trim is this?
#1168 of 1376 My Maxima lease deal
Jul 28, 2011 (7:25 am)
Just leased a 2011 Maxima SV with cold and monitor package, Dark gray with black leather int. MSRP $35,500.
$284 per mo plus tax ($299 total with WI 5.6%). $550 due at siging (first mo payment, title, lic) not a bad deal, sweet car!
Buyout is $19250, I believe the sale price was around $30k, but I would have to check the paperwork.