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Infiniti G35, Infiniti G37, Coupe, Sedan
#11017 of 11107 Re: 2012 G37X Lease [garden54]
Sep 03, 2012 (7:59 pm)
Tomorrow is the last day for the lease promotion. Had the salesman offered me a deal similar to yours today and also with zero down, I would likely make time to sit down with him and close that lease deal. Even I know nothing about leasing a car, if you drive away in a g37 nav prem++ no down and $350/month, meaning you pay $350 for your first month lease and wave adios the the dealers in your g37 with an 18 months lease, you should be happy even if the sale price dropped to $32k tomorrow for purchase.
Mind to share who was your dealer? Thanks.
#11018 of 11107 Re: G37 - New Incentives [aus10sntx]
Sep 03, 2012 (8:06 pm)
But that waive is letting you off lease 3 months early, right? Not let you drive the car free for the last 3 months. So it's really not the same as reducing the cost of a vehicle.
#11019 of 11107 Re: 2012 G37X Lease [buya]
Sep 04, 2012 (3:00 am)
NJ...2 dealers and of course I took the deal
Sep 04, 2012 (8:40 am)
Infiniti has done away with all the Special Financing....they are now focused on simply on price or leases.
2012 G25: $1000 dealer cash + $1000 more if you finance with IFS
2012 G37sd or coupe or GCV: $3000 dc + $750 if you finance w/ IFS
2013 G37sd or coupe: $1000 dc
2013 GCV: $1000 dc + $1000 if you finance w/ IFS
If you lease the above does NOT apply; however, if you own an Infiniti now - you get $1000 Owner Loyalty Rebate if leasing a sedan or coupe.
#11021 of 11107 g37x sedan - current lease offer
Sep 24, 2012 (5:40 pm)
Hi all -
Currently Infiniti is offering the G37x sedan with premium pkg for 329/mo for 24 months with 2499 down.
As this is an advertised leasing offer, how likely will the dealer be to negotiate terms? I know this is already a good deal but I'd prefer NOT to pay that 2499 (at least not all of it) and would love to get them to throw in Nav.
Has anyone had any luck with negotiating this offer?
#11022 of 11107 Re: g37x sedan - current lease offer [sareliz0131]
Sep 24, 2012 (6:53 pm)
Hey, I would like to get that deal. That's the one with 0 down and Nav. thrown in gratas. I really like Infiniti, but couldn't get any great sale packages like some of the lucky people here got. Just how do they negotiate those deals!
Anyway, so now I'm looking at Lexus and Acura. It's unlikely that I'd get Acura because the salesman said "I'll give you $5k discount on any MDX you choose." And I thought "ok, you just want me to spend less and duplicate a sale you made for a base TL at much greater discount."
Acura is a good car, but I like Lexus more (negotiating for one). And I like Infiniti most. Too bad the offers I got was like national sale prices+, and then work down to just national sale prices. I'm afraid the salesman would slam on his desk and demand more money. I mean it's just ridiculous for him to walk around with a band-aid on his forehead after he did that.
#11023 of 11107 Re: g37x sedan - current lease offer [sareliz0131]
Sep 25, 2012 (7:37 am)
Unless you have crummy credit you don't need to put a dime down when leasing. Of course it will raise the payment. Remember also that TTL and Doc fees are not included in ad prices. At invoice NAV is a $1607 option, no dealer is going to "throw it in"
#11024 of 11107 2012 G37X + Prem + Nav +... Prices offered
Sep 26, 2012 (1:52 pm)
Comments please on these offers (slightly different options on each). Only have lease info on the second one.
2012 G37X + Prem + Nav + Interior Acc + Trunk Mats + Ill Kick Plate
Invoice $41610 ?(from edmunds- includes Destination Fee and Regional Ad Fees)
VPP D Plan Price: $38690 (include $3000 bonus cash)
2012 G37X + Prem + Nav + Trunk Mats + Ill Kick Plate
Invoice $41089 ?(from edmunds- includes Destination Fee and Regional Ad Fees)
VPP D Plan Price: $38500 (include $3000 bonus cash)
39 mth lease, 10000 miles, money fctor .00059, cap cost = $38750, 57% residual, total depreciation $13511, monthly payment = $346 dep + $38 rent = $384 before TTL
Drive off would be TTL + $700 bank fee + first month payment
Do I understand that a good deal is if I can get this down to only paying the depreciation? What about the $700 acquisition fee - is that negotiable?
I've been leaning toward buying rather than leasing as I believe this car is reliable and I'm willing to keep it for a long time (6 years or so). When is it better to lease?
#11025 of 11107 Re: 2012 G37X + Prem + Nav +... Prices offered [roxieixor]
Sep 26, 2012 (1:45 pm)
If you are VPP - your offer should be the exact same no matter where in the country you go - that is the whole point of VPP. Only difference will be trade-in value and money factor...acquisition fee is set (non negotiable).
You can always buy the car at the end of the lease...
#11026 of 11107 Re: 2012 G37X + Prem + Nav +... Prices offered [sewellgsm]
Sep 26, 2012 (3:49 pm)
These are two different cars - with slightly different options.
I'd like to understand the details behind the financial analysis to decide whether to buy or lease.
I'd like to see if I have this right. When you say you can always buy the car at the end of the lease - looking at the numbers, I believe you would come out the same versus buying upfront only if you pay no more than the depreciation.
For example, with the lease I showed:
Cap Cost = $ 38750
Residual = $ 24810 (56%)
Depreciation = $13955
Monthly Depreciation Payment = $357
Monthly Rent Payment = $38
Total Monthly Payment = $395
Without taxes and title, because they will need to be paid whether leasing or buying, if I lease and then buy at the end, I'll pay
39 x $395 = $15405 lease payments
$700 acquisition fee (which you said is non negotiable)
plus $24810 to buy out the lease
Total $40915, which is $2165 more than if I purchased up front
But if I can get the monthly lease payment to be $357 (with the $700 acquisition fee included - lower cap cost?), then I think I would break even either way.
Do I have this right? I'm really interested in understanding if this is theoretically right. I think this assumes I could pay cash for the car. If I'm financing, I think I would have to consider the interest during the first 39 months.
Interested in any comments on this.