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#176 of 471 Possibly new lease 09 Rogue
May 31, 2009 (12:51 pm)
Hi everyone, I'm interested in leasing an 09 Rogue SL AWD that is hard loaded with a MSRP sticker of $30,995 (every option) that has 5700 miles on it placed by the dealership/ demonstrator, but never titled. I did the back and forth salesman/ sales manager thing for about 2 hours on Friday with them finally giving me a quoted lease of:
$405.00/ mth for 39 months, 1st payment down only, 12,000 miles/yr. I've never leased a vehicle before but this seemed rather high for payments based on the price of this vehicle, I was finally able to get the salesman to tell me that they had knocked the MSRP down to $27,9xx, (the residual was $18,3xx) but then again that seemed rather high figuring that the vehicle was made in July 2008 and has been sitting on the lot/ in use for a almost a year and the new 10's will be out soon.
He also mentioned that I could get VPP A plan pricing if I had a close family member that worked for Nissan of which I don't. Do they verify this or can I tell a white lie? My next door neighbor does indeed work for Nissan in Canton, MS, but alas no relation, says he will vouch for me!!
I was able to leave the d-ship with my sanity intact guessing that I might could get a better deal but I do LOVE the vehicle. Any other leverage I might have here? Is this a fair price? Decent lease prices? The salesman also told me the Nissan Tent Event would be off tomorrow, June 1st so not sure what difference that will make.
#177 of 471 Q- Re: Nissan Friends & Family Discount
Jun 01, 2009 (4:38 pm)
We are currently pricing out a CR-V and the Rogue.
Our neighbor works for Nissan is is getting us a Friends Discount (assuming it is some kind of PIN). I used to work for Ford, and I am familiar with the A/X/Z Plan- where the price is the same regardless of the dealer. Is this the same of Nissan?
Can I go into any dealer with this PIN and get the same deal (we currently lease, so we will have no trade in to haggle with), or do I have to negotiate?
Jun 06, 2009 (4:34 pm)
Hey guys. I was wondering if you could help me out. My mom is looing to lease the Rouge and she got the following deal...
$350 a month for an AWD Rouge SL 4cyl fully loaded (pop in nav, sun roof, heated leather seats, etc..). Nothing down except $500 at signing for doc fee, plate fee and registration. She was unable to get the money factor and residual value. I am unsure what she is leasing the car for since she did not get any information. I will be going back with her on Monday to get that info but to me it looks like a good deal. They are also going to pay for the rest of her lease on her Chevy Equinox.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
#179 of 471 Re: Good deal? [g35flooded]
Jun 07, 2009 (4:47 am)
I think that is a great deal, in fact it sounds low for the vehicle. That vehicle lists on the sticker for more than $30,000 . How many payments does she have left on the Equinox? Just make sure it's actually $350 that you are paying, what state are you from and city?
Jun 07, 2009 (6:28 am)
I live in NY. I believe she has 1 month left on her lease... Possibly 2 I am not 100% sure on that though. At first the guy wanted $359 with no navi, but a friend of mine just got the $350 deal with navi in Long Island so I gave the guy his name and he looked it up in the computer and lowered the payment by $9 and threw in the navi.
She put a $100 refundable deposit down to hold the car until Monday morning...I'm pretty sure she is going to take it. Her Equinox is in great shape and has under 30k miles on it so they said they will actually buy the car from Chevy and then sell it themselves and make money on it. So I think they really want that truck (I don't know why, it's a POS!) lol.
#181 of 471 Re: Good deal? [g35flooded]
Jun 08, 2009 (8:28 pm)
Hi, could you please let us know which dealer did she fet this deal from in NY?
Jun 12, 2009 (10:19 pm)
Sorry for the delay. She got the rouge fully loaded for $370 a month with nothing down with the navi (portable garmin no big deal IMO).
The deal for $350 was for some crappy bank that she had to take a $250 deductable on and her insurance was going to go through the roof so she went with the Nissan bank and it came out to $370 a month. I honestly thought that was B.S. I wasn't there to help her out but she thought hte deal was still good so she took it.
The dealership she went to was Staten Island Nissan I believe. My friend on the other hand went to a Nissan dealership in long island and he got the truck for $350 a month with the Nissan bank so go figure.
Anyway. I really like the truck. I have an Infiniti G35X sedan so I like most Nissans since it's the same company and the cars are all made very similar. The truck is great, drives nice, tight steering and decent room in the back seat and trunk. Def. a solid buy for my momma dukes.
#183 of 471 Re: Good deal? [g35flooded]
Jun 15, 2009 (1:20 pm)
Thank you for the detailed reply, much appreciated....
#184 of 471 June Lease info for Rogue
Jun 17, 2009 (8:33 pm)
Car_man, Still searching for the right replacement for my ending X3 lease. Will you please inform of the June lease info for the Rogue? 15K, 36 or 39 mos Residuals and base Money Factor would be great. Not sure if different for FWD and AWD so please advise. Thanks
#185 of 471 Re: Possibly new lease 09 Rogue [02whttrib]
Jun 18, 2009 (2:04 am)
Hi Ray. Don't worry about Nissan's May programs supposedly expiring. Its June program for the Rogue is very similar to its May program. Let's take a look at the selling price that you were quoted for this truck. The Rogue that you described has a spread of slightly over $2,300 between its full MSRP and its dealer invoice price. You were quoted a discount of a little over $3,000 on this truck. This means that you are probably in one of the areas where Nissan is providing a $1,000 cash incentive on leases of the '09 Rogue and that this is a very good deal.
You definitely cannot lie about having a pretend family member that works for Nissan and expect to get away with it, but your neighbor may be able to hook you up with the ability to purchase through the VPP program.
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