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#321 of 603 Re: Nissan Pathfinder SE lease [Car_man]
Mar 12, 2008 (4:47 am)
Hi Mr. Car_man,
I am not sure how to compute the selling price based on these numbers. I don't think he is giving it to us at invoice price, but the monthly payments will be $379 (including taxes) for 36 mos with a $2000 money upfront. He said it is a good deal but I walked away, due to not being sure if it really was a good deal since I don't really know what I'm doing.
Will you pls. help me figure this out? Did I lose a good deal or will I be able to go back to him and say I am taking the deal? Thanks so much....
#322 of 603 2008 lease for pather finder S and SE
Mar 13, 2008 (6:43 am)
just got back from a dealer ..worked the price of a 2008 pathfinder S to $310 a mo.(includes taxes)
with $1,500 out of pocket due at signing .
dealer said SE would be arround $35.00 more a month ...
would like to have some insight if this sounds about right ?
#323 of 603 Re: Nissan Pathfinder SE lease [enm]
Mar 14, 2008 (7:26 pm)
That appears to be a great deal on a 12k per year 39 month lease, depending on the taxes in your area. It seems like it is a $100 over invoice price, which is great
#324 of 603 Re: Nissan Pathfinder SE lease [Car_man]
Mar 17, 2008 (11:13 am)
Does anyone know if a dealer is allowed to apply the $2250 customer cash incentive to the cap cost (if we assign it)? I received a 52% residual figure on a 39 month, 12,000 mies per year lease of an LE 2WD, MF of .00130 as well.
As Pathfinder sales are way down, I am hoping to receive aggressive offers from dealers.
#325 of 603 2008 Pathfinder SE V6 4x4 lease - NJ
Mar 19, 2008 (11:44 am)
Can someone tell me lease numbers I should be expecting in NJ for a 2008 Pathfiner SE V6 4x4 with leather and premium package? Please price with nothing out of pocket. Thanks much.
#326 of 603 How to negotiate no down payment
Mar 20, 2008 (8:51 pm)
My dealer offered me the following lease deal for a 2008 Pathfinder S. From the research I was able to find, it seems a decent deal (please let me know if I am wrong). I don't know how to calculate the monthly numbers to make this a no or little down deal. Can anyone help? Thanks!
24 months lease on Pathfinder S with 12000 miles a year for $179.00 a month plus tax $192.00 total, with the MSRP of $26,680.00 and $3,995.00 down and Residual $18,942.00 Capitalized cost $25,537.00 includes acq. fee, and money factor of 0.00145.
#327 of 603 Lease deal I just got in NJ 2008 SE RWD LOADED
Apr 15, 2008 (10:58 am)
my deal is a follows: 2008 V8 Pathfinder SE RWD with Premium, Leather, XM and Floor Mats 24 month lease with 12K per year. $400 due at signing and $430 a month. All costs included. Just picked it up usterday from a certain nissan dealership in Meadowlands area. Yay!
#328 of 603 Re: 2008 Pathfinder SE V6 4x4 lease - NJ [naft2717]
Apr 16, 2008 (8:27 pm)
recently stopped by a AAA approved dealership and 2008 Nissan pathfinder SE with nothing extra $430 a month lease with fist month payment and Title and Registration due at singing.
Does any one know have there been better deals on this car or not.
#329 of 603 Comparison lease shopping
Apr 17, 2008 (9:54 am)
I was originally looking for a Pathfinder, but when I did some comparsion shopping I found the Toyota 4Runner had much better factory incentives available (cap cost and money factor). I'm not brand loyal, so I leased the 4Runner last week and got a much higher MSRP vehicle for a lower lease cost compared to the Pathfinder. I also looked at the Ford Explorer, but the residual was so bad that even a great cap cost and money factor made lease cost more expensive than 4Runner or Pathy.
#330 of 603 Re: Lease deal I just got in NJ 2008 SE RWD LOADED [lica13]
Apr 30, 2008 (1:49 am)
Congratulations on getting your new Pathfinder, ica13. Thanks for taking the time to share the details of your lease with everyone. Make sure to hop on over to the Dealer Ratings & Reviews section of Edmunds.com to share your thoughts on your recent dealer experience with others. Enjoy your new ride .
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