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Infiniti G35, Infiniti G37, Car Leasing, Coupe, Sedan
Jan 27, 2013 (11:38 am)
Car Man (or anyone else who might know):
I am currently leasing a 2011 335i, and my lease is up in September. It looks like Infiniti is running some great lease deals on the G37x (big rebates, low money factor), but it would cost me too much to try to get out of my lease this early. I'm assuming the deals are so good because they are looking to clear out inventory before the Q50 arrives this summer. So I have two questions. First, how long do you think G37x sedans will be available? Second, do you anticipate that Infiniti will continue to have these great lease deals until they are all gone? Thanks!
#7324 of 8139 G37 lease questions
Jan 27, 2013 (5:59 pm)
I am interested in a 24 month lease on an Infiniti G37 with Premium and Navigation packages. Looking through this forum, it seems like the numbers for January are:
0.00001 money factor
67% residual with 15K miles per year
$750 manufacturer incentive plus $1000 loyalty discount for current Infiniti lessees
Can someone please confirm if the above numbers are correct?
Also, what kind of rebates/incentives are available to people who are buying the car? I am trying to get a sense of how my lease purchase price will compare relative to the price people have been paying to buy the car.
#7325 of 8139 Buying Someone's Leased G37X
Jan 28, 2013 (11:20 am)
Hi Car Man,
I'm looking to purchase a 2009 G37X as it seems that a lot of the 2009 leases are coming into the dealers these days - any thoughts on a good purchasing strategy for these or at least some ideas regarding what the buyout option would be on these leases? I'm trying to get some common ground between what the value is vs. what could have been a buyout at the end of the lease. Thanks in advance for your assistance - great forum.
#7326 of 8139 Re: Buying Someone's Leased G37X [g37x_buyer]
Jan 28, 2013 (12:47 pm)
I don't remember the exact residual on my 39 month lease taken in August 2010, but I believe it was 59%. My 42k car has a residual of almost 25k. So any price around there would be decent. This is a sedan that I am talking about, I don't know what the residuals were for the coupes.
#7327 of 8139 Re: New Lease on 24month 2013 G37 [saladariii]
Jan 29, 2013 (9:12 pm)
So glad that I found this forum. Can anyone tell me if the deal I negotiated is any good? I negotiated a $338/mo + tax 10k per year for 24 monthslease on a G37 Journey Sedan with the premium package with no money down. Drive off costs are first months payment plus $43 tag. MSRP is $41,050 and sales price is $35,408.16.
#7328 of 8139 Re: New Lease on 24month 2013 G37 [foreverfsu]
Jan 30, 2013 (7:30 pm)
Looking to lease the same car before end of month! Can you post the full breakdown of your deal? Would be really helpful:
residual, MF, dealer acq fee/doc fees, costs rolled in, etc. More details the better.
Also, what kind of incentives were you able to grab on this deal to get to sales price?
Thanks in advance for sharing.
#7329 of 8139 Re: New Lease on 24month 2013 G37 [grizzle1]
Feb 01, 2013 (5:44 am)
Have a bit of buyer's remorse now. February specials are even better. Could have gotten the exact same deal for only $288/mo. Only difference is a higher residual, but wasnt planning on buying the car anyways. Oh well.
#7330 of 8139 Re: New Lease on 24month 2013 G37 [foreverfsu]
Feb 01, 2013 (5:51 am)
What are the February specials then? Can't write that and not post them!
Does anyone have residual and money factor information for a g37x coupe for 36 or 39 months, 12k and 15k?
#7331 of 8139 Re: New Lease on 24month 2013 G37 [foreverfsu]
Feb 01, 2013 (7:56 am)
$288/month?? Is that with a down payment? If so, how much? I'm assuming that doesn't include taxes either. But that sounds like an incredible deal. Could you give us more information on it?
#7332 of 8139 Re: New Lease on 24month 2013 G37 [foreverfsu]
Feb 01, 2013 (9:19 am)
That sounds like a great deal. Which area/dealership it is?