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Nissan Maxima, Car Leasing, Sedan
#296 of 1376 Re: September Lease Rates [ucjjg]
Sep 29, 2008 (5:10 pm)
Hi ucjjg. Kcbny is right. NMAC's current buy rate lease money factor for the 2008 Maxima is a terrible .00280 right now. That's the bad news. The good news is that this lack of lease support means that the $4,000 customer cash that Nissan is currently providing on the '08 Maxima can be used on leases. Still, if I was personally interested in leasing something right now the lack of lease support on both the 2008 and the 2009 model would steer me away from the Maxima.
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#297 of 1376 Re: September Lease Rates [carexpert08]
Oct 01, 2008 (6:19 am)
Where is Kings Nissan located (city/state)?
#298 of 1376 Re: September Lease Rates [rxke]
Oct 01, 2008 (10:38 am)
I was offered a 09 maxima SV with premium package and navigation tech package. MSRP 38,300. The car is a demo so it has about 1000 miles on it. How low should I negotiate for a car with 1000 miles. I currently have them down to 36800. Thanks in advance for your help.
P.S. Kings Nissan is located in Brooklyn New York.
#299 of 1376 Incentives for previous Maxima owners.
Oct 05, 2008 (12:52 pm)
I just returned from a Mass nissan dealer and was quoted a purchase price of 30,715 for 09 Maxima SV with cold weather pkg. The dealer stated that since I am returning a 06 maxima lease the mfg is giving 1,000 dealer cash which is reflected in the price above. He also quoted me a reduced mf of 0.00255 for 12k 39mos that Nissan is providing for previous Maxima owners good until the end of the month.
Has anybody else heard of these incentives? Nothing is posted on the nissan website.
#300 of 1376 Re: Incentives for previous Maxima owners. [zman16]
Oct 06, 2008 (5:01 am)
Hey zman16 the salesperson Ive been working with also gave me the same info. My current murano lease is ending and I want a maxima. The sales guy told me that if I were going from a maxima lease to a new maxima lease the mfg would give me 1000 dealer cash as well as the reduced price.
#301 of 1376 Re: Incentives for previous Maxima owners. [fuego252]
Oct 06, 2008 (8:59 am)
Thanks for confirming things. The reduced MF still translates to around 6.2% but if I can get them to reduce the selling price another 600 or so I may take them up on the lease offer. They admitted that they are having difficulty moving cars at this time so even though we are up against high interests rates one can probably get a very good selling price to help lower the payments.
What area are you shopping?
Best of luck!
#302 of 1376 Re: Incentives for previous Maxima owners. [zman16]
Oct 06, 2008 (10:03 am)
Im in new york. Where are you currently shopping?
#303 of 1376 Re: Incentives for previous Maxima owners. [fuego252]
Oct 06, 2008 (11:19 am)
I just had a second dealer call me after I replied to an e-mail telling him that I was quoted 30,715 which included the 1,000 cash as an incentive to previous Maxima owners. He said that he checked with his mfg rep and that the 1000 incentive expired in September but the mf reduction still applied. Even without the 1000 offer he said he could beat the 30,715 price I was quoted. Now I don't know what to beleive.
As an aside, a 3rd dealer offered me an 09 accord V6-L for 600 under invoice without any haggling. Just last month they offered me 500 off invoive on an 08 model using the 500mfg cash offered from Honda. It seems as if all dealers are having difficulty moving vehicles these days. If Columbus day sales are a bust I think things will be even more favorable.
#304 of 1376 2009 Maxima lease
Nov 28, 2008 (8:03 pm)
I'm doing the deal tomorrow. The factory offer expires December 1. Exactly as advertised on the Nissan website. $339.00 per month 39 months. We plan to buy the car if we like it as much as I think we will. I'm keeping my current vehicles and will put only 6-7k per year on the new one.
The residual is $19035 so the deal seems fair to me and I really like this car which I can lease for less than a nice Honda V6 and the Maxima has more of everything as far as I can see.
#305 of 1376 Re: 2009 Maxima lease [gs42]
Nov 29, 2008 (9:25 am)
You can get a better deal than the advertised "special" just negotiate the selling price and use these numbers in a lease calculator:
2009 Nissan Maxima S
24 Month – Residual 72% of MSRP – .00258 Base Rate
36 Month – Residual 63% of MSRP – .00258 Base Rate
48 Month – Residual 49% of MSRP – .00335 Base Rate
60 Month – Residual 42% of MSRP – .00335 Base Rate
You should be able to get a selling price below 27,000 given the state of the economy.
Acq. fee = 595.