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#1270 of 1376 Re: 2012 Maxima President's Day Lease Special [khuzbuz]
Mar 12, 2012 (10:34 am)
for march in my region (OH) money factor is .00087 on any MAXIMA S. You didn't get a "fairly good deal": you got an insane deal. your sale price is $500 below dealer holdback! well done, they must have been desperate! tip: look out for Nissan Lease Loyalty in Feb. or Aug. 3 years from now... nissan will waive your remaining payments, waive $500 wear and tear, and also give you an extra lease loyalty rebate (right now it's an extra $1,000)
#1271 of 1376 Re: 2012 Maxima President's Day Lease Special [khuzbuz]
Mar 12, 2012 (11:06 am)
Thanks for that info. I also emailed the same dealership and they quoted me a similar deal. So this is good to know that they are offering a comparabale deal. I had visited a couple more dealerships here in the greater Baltimore area and their Internet prices were only good on the Internet. When I visited them, their typical story was "oh that includes all rebates/incentives and not everyone qualifies for all rebates."
So basically the price they showed online was about $2000 less than what they were actually selling the car for. I read Herb Gordon's reviews on dealer rater and emailed them. They actually surprised me and made an offer via email and it was very close to the internet price.
Thanks again for the info, when I'm ready to buy I also plan to visit Herb Gordon.
#1272 of 1376 Re: 2012 Maxima President's Day Lease Special [iburrows]
Mar 12, 2012 (11:11 am)
The sales tax in MD is 6%. Also 13% of 27,000 is 3,500 not 1,700. Don't know how you got 1,700 as 13%.
#1273 of 1376 Re: 2012 Maxima President's Day Lease Special [iburrows]
Mar 12, 2012 (12:10 pm)
Thanks for the heads up iburrows! That lease loyalty rebate is a significant amount! Hopefully, Nissan will come out with another great car within the next 3 years for me to stick with the brand.
I must admit I got a pretty good deal. I forgot to mention that I still owed 6 months of lease payments on my Acura that I traded in. The value Herb Gordon offered me, combined with the lease sales tax credit, made it a wash!
#1274 of 1376 Re: Maxima March Lease Rates [y2001]
Mar 15, 2012 (2:38 pm)
I sure do y2001. Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s March buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 39-month lease of a base 2012 Maxima SV with 12,000 miles per year are .00041 and 56%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.
The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a 2011 model are .00003 and 48%.
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#1275 of 1376 What are your thoughts on this lease offer?
Mar 16, 2012 (12:16 pm)
I'm looking at leasing a 2012 Nissan Maxima SV with cold and monitor pkgs.
I'd like to know if this is a great lease deal. I've never leased before so any suggestions/feedback would be welcome. Is there anything I'm missing or need to know?
Thanks in advance!
$2000 down and $339/month
Lease term: 39 months
Purchase Price used for lease calculation: $31169
Addt'l fees: Tax $1972.08, Tags $272, Processing Fee $199
MF: .00041 and residual 55%
#1276 of 1376 2011 Maxima Trade In
Mar 19, 2012 (4:28 am)
Would anyone be able to set my expectation on what amount a dealer may offer me on trade in of 2011 Maxima SV Premium and Technology Package with about 10,000 miles on it. I currently lease it through NMCA and pay only 389.03 per month with 27 months to go and my buy out is 32,000. But my family is expanding and I am running out of room with the Maxima and need an SUV asap...But I know these dealer are going to try to rip me off. I did an appraisal through Edmonds and it came close to 30,000. I really don't know how close that is. If anyone has any advise or insight please respond by the way I am in Northern NJ.
#1277 of 1376 Re: 2011 Maxima Trade In [alcap]
Mar 21, 2012 (1:05 pm)
Put it on swapalease or leasetrader or both. With $2,000 incentive some one will gladly take your lease over. I cannot imagine any dealer offering you more than $30K for your car. Another option is to roll the negative equity into your new lease/loan, but try swapalease first.
#1278 of 1376 Re: 2011 Maxima Trade In [SergeyM]
Mar 22, 2012 (5:22 am)
LOL! I wish a dealer would come close to 30 even 28 I went to a few dealers and they were in 23/25 range to me that is a joke. I looked into swaplease and they told me my car would go in a day ay that price but NMAC will still leave me on the lease, and I am not to comfortable being a joint with a stranger. If a dealer would give me 28,000 I would be happy I would eat the 4 grand pay 2 grand and roll 2 grand negative into the lease.
Thanks for the info
Mar 23, 2012 (6:12 pm)
Want to lease the sv maxima price about 40k need 15k miles 39 months have one lease payment remaining 469, want to put down 1500 what should I expect to pay in south Florida