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Nissan Murano, Car Leasing, SUV
#742 of 1618 Re: 09 Murano Lease Specials [budahkan]
May 05, 2008 (8:47 am)
May 2008 Money Factor for the 2009 Murano (just went yesterday to get data):
Money Factor: .0024
Residual: 54% on paper - was offered 55%
Reduced CAP Cost: offered $2,833 off MSRP (said to be $500 over invoice)
Monthly Payments: $592.34/month (includes Finance/Tax)
Drive Off: $1,163.07 (no down payment)
Did not get though. Decided to wait.
Just a note here for everyone... the reason for the high Money Factor and low Residual (I got .00146 Factor and 58% Residual on my 2006 Murano), is because the 2009s are not really suppose to be on the books until Sept 2009.
If you can wait, do so. Nissan is trying to move the 2009 early to capitalize on the Factor and Residual. Business is business.
If anyone is interested, I have the complete numbers on the offer I mentioned above. I'm a software engineer that has written several auto lease programs...
#743 of 1618 Re: 09 Murano Lease Specials [robbmorgan]
May 05, 2008 (9:56 am)
Excellent, thank you for the info. Waiting is key.
#744 of 1618 Re: 09 Murano Lease Specials [robbmorgan]
May 05, 2008 (10:34 am)
Thank you for the info. That does make sense, being that some dealers still have quite a few 2007 Murano's still in stock Im sure they would love to get rid of them first.
#745 of 1618 Early termination on 2007 lease to get 2009
May 13, 2008 (7:04 pm)
I got a voicemail message from my dealer about 2 weeks ago who said that there is a possible recall on my 2007 Murano S and I should call them back. When I called I was told that based on my VIN recall does not affect me.
Today I got a call from the same dealer who said that they have a special lease termination program (i am on my 6 months out of 39) and that if i end my lease they will give me $1000 off the new lease on 2009.
Does anyone know what the recall is about?
Sounds strange that dealer is offering such a deal. Are there some problems with 2007 and they are trying to bring them back? Are 2009 not selling at all?
#746 of 1618 Re: 09 Murano Lease Specials [robbmorgan]
May 24, 2008 (1:13 pm)
I would appreciate your opinion on the deal I just made for a 2009 Murano. Did I get robbed?
$347 per mo. / 39 mo.
#747 of 1618 Re: 09 Murano Lease Specials [robbmorgan]
May 29, 2008 (2:54 pm)
I'm interested on the offer numbers for an 09'. You can email them myrlorabellsouth.net
#748 of 1618 Murano Lease Question
Jun 09, 2008 (2:39 pm)
Can anyone give me some feedback? I am interested in an 2009 Murano S AWD, with convenience package. Here are the details, it seems really high, what am I missing. I ran the numbers on a lease calculator and he says he is being fair. I am also in NJ if that helps and this is 39 months.
Price- 27,268(claims invoice)
monthly- 442 includes tax
#749 of 1618 Re: Murano Lease Question [daddyjakes]
Jun 10, 2008 (7:55 am)
I bought a 2009 Murano S AWD with convenience package a little over 1 month ago (see post 725 for details).
A couple of thoughts--
1) Do not put any more money down than is absolutely required. Remember, if you total the vehicle, you're not going to get any of your down payment back. Be sure to know how the dealer is using your down payment. For example, is he charging you a ridiculous document fee of $500?
2) A payment of 442 seems way too high. I ran your numbers using NJ sales tax (7%), and I come up with a payment well under $400. When I purchased my Murano, I took my laptop into the dealership and made sure that my dealer's numbers matched up with my lease calculation spreadsheet. If your dealer is unwilling to show you his calculation sheet for the lease, then walk away.
3) Consider leasing your vehicle for 36 months. If something goes wrong with the vehicle in months 37-39, it will not be under warranty, and you'll be required to fix the problem and pay for it.
Hope this helps.
#750 of 1618 06 Murano lease and deprectiation
Jun 11, 2008 (8:54 am)
My lease ends in 09. Will the buyout price will be lowered because of a decrease in demand for SUV's with regard to the increase in gas prices? Thanks.
#751 of 1618 2009 Murano Lease numbers
Jun 14, 2008 (10:19 am)
Does anyone have the June residuals and mf for the 09 Murano SL AWD? (even the LE?). Specifically I'm looking for 10k miles, 24 and 36 month. TIA.