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#1238 of 1376 Re: Maxima 24 month lease rates [Car_man]
Jan 10, 2012 (6:23 am)
Thanks for everything you do for these forums. Long time lurker but first time poster. Helped us get a great deal on a 2012 Acura TL last week.
Am I reading your post right? A 2012 Nissan Maxima with a .00003 Money Factor?! I was wondering if that same money factor applied to a 2011 Nissan Maxima 3.5S and what would be the residual on a 15k miles per year lease? Thanks so much!
#1239 of 1376 2012 Maxima premium, Tech package
Jan 11, 2012 (3:05 pm)
I need your help, I don't know who to believe. I am looking to lease a 2012 Maxima 12K/yr
with premium, technology package and rear spoiler MSRP $40835.
Dealer 1: $2000 total out of pocket and $410/ month for 39 month and he will pay for my two last payments on my Infiniti G35X lease 2x$426= $852.
Dealer 2: $1044 total out of pocket and $377/ month for 39 month. If he picks the last 2 payments on my infiniti then the monthly payment is $401.
I live in NJ so taxes are 7%. I have VPP plan D claim number which both said that they are doing better than VPP.
Dealer1 says that dealer 2 price is impossible and that their will be something hidden somewhere. What is your opinion? If I wait till March when my infiniti lease ends, will the same deals be around?
Thanks so much for your help.
#1240 of 1376 2012 Maxima SV Cold/Tech Pkg
Jan 11, 2012 (4:14 pm)
Hi Car Man:
I am looking at a 36 month lease of a 2012 Maxima SV, Cold and Tech pkg with 12k miles.
Am being offered $325/month with no money down- excluding first pymt and plates.
Am told MF and residual is .00063 and 57%.
MSRP is roughly $38,750
Is this a good deal given rbates etc?
#1241 of 1376 Going Back to Dealer Tomo
Jan 13, 2012 (7:48 am)
I would appreciate your experienced help. I live on Long Island in New York.. I currently have a leased 2009 Nissan Altima and my lease ends in October 2012. I have been receiving offers from my Nissan Dealer about giving in my current lease and getting me in a new car. So I went in and see what the deal was, and when I got there I explained that I was only interested in what the offer stated which was, I could turn in my car and avoid a down payment and get into a new car. So I stated I want the Nissan Maxima with similar features (I have the 2009 Nissan Altima SL) and stated I wanted to pay no more than 360 a Mo. and not have to put anything down. I said I would pay the first mo and the fees and DMV or whatever. So basically after going for a test drive and being there for like an 1hr and Ĺ the sales person was like I think we can do this let me talk to the manager. So when he comes back he says the best we can do is 3,500 down and 400 a mo. I started laughing and then stated you have just wasted my time when I clearly stated what I could do. The manager came over and said Iím sorry but we would be losing money on this deal. I said no problem but why did you waste my time and not just tell me this upfront. He called me a couple days later and said Iím going to keep your file and when we can do something that is possible we will contact you. So 2 months later I get a call from the sales person saying they can work something out. Sorry for the long winded explanation but here is the deal. A 2011 Nissan Maxima 39 Mo lease, 15K miles, It is the model with everything but GPS. They said they can do 359 a mo. and I would only pay first month and DMV fees or w/e, so what do you guys think about this. Should I not trade my lease in early, and if it is okay to do it then does this seem like a reasonable deal. Also, what do you have to pay when you get a lease meaning. Is it just DMV fees, I feel like they are going to try and sneak some bank fee or something which the sales person mentioned. When leased the last car Iím pretty sure it was like 250-300 for the initial stuff. So what exactly should I have to pay? Like fees? Bank fee? DMV? Taxes?
Sorry for my probably, not very clear question but if someone could give me an idea of what they think of this and answer the couple questions I raised.
I really appreciate it, I donít want to walk into the dealer clueless and get screwed. I would like to go in there and know exactly what I should be stating.
#1242 of 1376 Re: Going Back to Dealer Tomo [nissanowner15]
Jan 13, 2012 (8:18 am)
This is for the 2011 Maxima with Premium Package?
#1243 of 1376 Re: Going Back to Dealer Tomo [ahashmi]
Jan 13, 2012 (8:33 am)
#1244 of 1376 Re: Going Back to Dealer Tomo [nissanowner15]
Jan 14, 2012 (10:12 pm)
if $359/mo includes monthly tax, then its a pretty good deal. You'd prolly be spending about $1200 in DMV and acquisition fees and all.
If the 359 does not include sales tax, I think you can negotiate more. check out legendleasing.com, it gives you a bench mark of where you should be at least.
hope it helps
#1245 of 1376 Re: Going Back to Dealer Tomo [nissanowner15]
Jan 14, 2012 (10:16 pm)
And the fees should be $595 acq fee, dealer doc fee (no more than $300), first month payment, Registration fee, license plates, tire tax (NJ at least), and that should be it I think.
#1246 of 1376 Maxima 2012 Limited Edition Package
Jan 17, 2012 (12:12 pm)
Hello Car Man,
I got a price quote of $26,901 (excluding taxes & fees) for a 2012 Maxima S with a Limited Edition Package. Can you tell me how much I should expect to pay for a lease deal with zero down? My credit is pretty decent and in the mid 700 range.
When I contacted the dealer, they wanted me to get the advertised $279/mth deal for 39 months with $2999 down. I am sure they can do better but that's what they said upfront.
Can you please tell me the RV and MF for a 36/39 mth lease with 12,000 miles. Also, what do you and others think, should be a decent payment for this car valued at $26,901 (plus taxes & fees) with zero down? Having this knowledge will help me negotiate a better deal, thanks!
#1247 of 1376 Re: Maxima 2012 Limited Edition Package [desigator]
Jan 17, 2012 (12:21 pm)
36 Month Ė Residual 58% of MSRP Ė .00109 Base Rate
Looks like you are at at $360 plus tax plus inception fees with $0 cap cost reduction.