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Nissan Maxima, Car Leasing, Sedan
#842 of 1362 Re: Re-uped for a 7th Maxima [mook12]
Jul 08, 2010 (12:13 pm)
The Pull Ahead program is now in place. I took advantage of it. This is how it works, if your lease is up by the end of January 2011, NMAC will pay 3 of your lease payments, you pay the rest and you are out of your lease. You have to re-up with Nissan to get this. I had 4 payments, NMAC waived 3 the dealer paid off the the 4th. With the heavy lease incentives in place the deals are out there. I could of had the SV with Sports Pkg, Spoiler, Mats and Spalsh Guards for $343.00 + $500.00 down, but decided to stay with the SV, Spoiler, Mats and Splash Guards for $331.00+$500.00. I thought the ride of 19" wheels on the Sport pkg was a little rough and concerned I would dent them on the NYC streets. The 18" wheels worked for me.
#843 of 1362 Re: Re-uped for a 7th Maxima [carz]
Jul 09, 2010 (2:09 pm)
Got an SV with Cold pkg, Monitor pkg, mats, splash guards and emergency kit with 15k miles per year for $365 with $0 down right at the end of the day on July 6. My target was $350 but couldn't get there. I think I could have gotten there with some more work but was just tired of the whole process coupled with the fact that someone ran into my 05 Max that morning and it has to go into the body shop I gave up and took their offer.
#844 of 1362 Re: Re-uped for a 7th Maxima [dougmatt]
Jul 09, 2010 (3:47 pm)
Let me be the first to tell you that you got a great deal. Mine is equipped the same (minus emergency kit) and I put down $3K ... my payment is $315 15K miles. Assuming you didn't pay them a penny out of pocket for tax, fees, etc. at signing, you came out around $1,000 less than me. Good for you!
#845 of 1362 2010 maxima sv with premium/tech/nav
Jul 09, 2010 (4:00 pm)
Hi this is my first time posting. I haves deal I am supposed to take tomorrow and want to know what you think: it is for a black on black 2010 maxima sv with premium package, tech package,navigation package. It is a lease for 39 months with 15k miles a year allowed. I have to put 4000 down and that covers everything except 150 DMV fee. And my monthly payments are $285 a month. Is that good? Please reply as soon as possible since I don't have much time. Thank you!!
#846 of 1362 Re: 2010 maxima sv with premium/tech/nav [jimmyboy24]
Jul 09, 2010 (8:51 pm)
Sounds like a very good deal to me :o)
#847 of 1362 2010 July Maxima Lease Rates
Jul 09, 2010 (11:06 pm)
Does anybody know the lease rates, money factor, & rebates for a 2010 Maxima?
#848 of 1362 Re: Re-uped for a 7th Maxima [sandiana]
Jul 10, 2010 (8:05 am)
I just paid the 1st month's payment and DMV fees( around $180 here in NY) at delivery.
#849 of 1362 Re: 2010 maxima sv with premium/tech/nav [jimmyboy24]
Jul 11, 2010 (5:51 am)
The 285 per month does sound good especially for a fully loaded maxima but I would not put down 4000 because if it gets into a accident or stolen you lose your 4000 and start from scratch I rather pay a little more per month. Does anybody know if leasing through secondary bank is a bad idea and reasons why. It seems like I could get a great deal on a maxima s base but I am a little hesitant
#850 of 1362 should i pull the trigger?
Jul 15, 2010 (5:42 pm)
Can anyone tell me whether I should pull the trigger on this deal. After going to several dealers this dealer in nj gave me the best deal on a 10 maxima s. I have a lease with 8 payments left they will pay off and with $1700 out of pocket including taxes fees and everything else with a $309 monthly payment. 39 months couldnt get 36. I dont know the residual money factor or selling price and honestly all 5 dealers i went to either play dumb when i inquire or just wont give me those numbers so i cant figure out how everybody is getting them and i do ask for them
#851 of 1362 Re: should i pull the trigger? [mook12]
Jul 16, 2010 (4:27 pm)
Without knowing the MSRP, I think it'll be hard for anyone to determine whether or not this is a good deal. Also, you have every right to know the price of the car, the residual value & your money factor. Personally, there's no way I'd make a deal without knowing all of those numbers.