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#1290 of 1361 so confused in new york
May 30, 2012 (2:02 pm)
Can anyone tell me what a good price to lease the 2012 Maxima Sv with tech?
and the also the tech and prem package as well?
thanks ive spent so many hours researching and i give up!!! lol
#1291 of 1361 Re: so confused in new york [tuska788]
May 30, 2012 (2:18 pm)
I always wished people would give more upfront info or yes/no on pricing here so we could make this a quicker process. SO... I'll offer my two cents if it helps. I'm in NJ
I just leased a 2012 Maxima SV with Prem + Tech (12k/yr)
$500 + first month payment out of pocket. (The $500 covered MV and misc)
They paid off $1200 in lease payments i owed on previous car.
If i was bringing someone back to the dealer with me I'd look to get the same car but I'd want to pay $435-445 without giving that $500 upfront. I didnt haggle any further because of a couple factors. (I couldnt sign yet because of refi on my house but they took care of everything anyway, they were paying off my existing lease, and I was getting a $2000 rebate card from Nissan)
If you want the name of dealer and salesman... send me a personal message and I'll provide.
#1292 of 1361 Re: so confused in new york [td_inc]
May 30, 2012 (9:21 pm)
the deal is 355 for 39 month lease, 12000 miles with 2600 fthat include first month and all fees.
what do you think?
#1293 of 1361 Re: so confused in new york [tuska788]
Jun 01, 2012 (6:34 am)
As the the board preaches regularly, I would strongly recommend against putting so much $$ out of pocket. The best is to have all fees rolled into the lease. If you were to total the car or it were to get stolen, you'd lose that money.
(That being said you have to make the best decision for yourself whether for one reason or another the lower payment is more important. I've paid a lease upfront for tax savings before)
The best idea would be to add that amount to the payment over 39 months and then counter offer that or better. It would look like this: $2600 / 39 = 66.66 + $355 = $421.66 (if you gave your first month's payment it would be $412.56)
The question is what car is this for?? SV + Tech/Prem?
#1294 of 1361 Re: so confused in new york [tuska788]
Jun 01, 2012 (1:03 pm)
I would also be really interested to know if this deal is for the premium/tech package.
#1296 of 1361 Leasing Deal for Maxima?
Jun 08, 2012 (2:17 am)
What do you guys think for this Maxima lease?
2012 Maxima SV with Prem, 12k Miles per year, for 39 months. 2k Down. 320 per month .
Thats the deal they threw at me.
#1297 of 1361 Re: so confused in new york [td_inc]
Jun 13, 2012 (3:56 pm)
Not that I have anything against Maxima, but why would some one even consider it given that for the same money you can lease Infiniti G37x.
I've just checked NYC brokers offers and they want $345 per month for Maxima SV with Prem and tech and $350 per month for G37x With Sport, Prem, Navi. Infiniti cars come with longer warranty, much better service, stronger engine and rear-wheel based AWD. What does Maxima have? A little more interior space, maybe? Please note that the above mentioned numbers do NOT included tax and other fees and are for comparison purpose only.
#1298 of 1361 Re: Leasing Deal for Maxima? [madmax145]
Jun 13, 2012 (4:48 pm)
Not advisable to put a down payment of any kind. Refigure your monthly payment without a down payment.
#1299 of 1361 Re: so confused in new york [SergeyM]
Jun 13, 2012 (9:01 pm)
I had an Infiniti M35x. Loved it ... Hard for me to consider a G. It's an entry model in my mind. The kids car. Like an Altima or C class or 3 series. For me I'd rather go with a brand where I feel comfortable getting their best then the entry model, to get the tag.
I almost got the M again, just thought the $200+/month savings could be better spent (in my case on an investment prop) ... And maybe next lease I will go back to the M.
That's just me. But if I'm getting a BMW it's 5series or up, Benz Eclass or higher, Infiniti... M is the only choice.