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2014 Infiniti Q50 Lease Questions

kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,879
edited January 29 in Infiniti
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  • kyfdx:

    Could you please provide the November 39 month/15k residuals and money factors for the following AWD models:

    Q50 Premium and Sport
    Q50 Hybrid Premium and Hybrid Sport

    Thank you,

  • 2014 Q50 Premium RWD 39mo, 15K/yr lease
    .00104 MF and 59% residual.. Sport residual is 57%

    2014 Q50 Premium Hybrid RWD 39mo, 15K/yr lease
    .00115 MF and 60% residual.. Sport residual is 59%


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  • This is what I've been advised by NY Metro area dealers for the following vehicles:

    2014 Q50 Premium AWD 39mo, 15K/yr lease
    .00092 MF and 59% residual.

    2014 Q50 Premium Hybrid AWD 39mo, 15K/yr lease
    .00105 MF and 60% residual.

    In my recent experience in the NY Metro area, if you have dealers compete for your business, you should be able to negotiate the Cap Cost to the invoice price for the vehicle (and that is before taking the $3,250 loyalty cash into consideration).
  • marshallcpamarshallcpa Posts: 21
    edited November 2013
    Your post indicates that it is RWD info. I am looking for AWD. Thank you.

  • jlax3jlax3 Posts: 4
    What kind of Cap costs are you seeing on the Q50 Premium RWD w/Nav? At or below invoice? Are there any discounts or incentives for November?
  • Hi... See post #4 for the AWD information.

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  • Are the Sport residuals 1% less or 2% less this month on those models (AWD Premium Sport and AWD Hybrid Sport). Post 4 does not include Sport models.

  • Here is the deal I made last night:
    Graphite Shadow/Graphite, RWD Premium, Deluxe, Nav, Leather, 19" Sport Tires, Illuminated Kick Plates, All Weather & Spare.

    39/10k Lease
    Residutal: 62%
    MF: .00104
    MSRP: 48,155
    Invoice: 44,449
    Selling Price: 44,949 = $500 over invoice (includes tint and nitrogen)
    Lease Loyalty Cash: $3,250
    Bank Fee: $700
    Doc Fee: $499
    Tags: $717
    Pre MSD payment $462 including 8.05% tax
    9 MSDs of $3,915 to drop MF to .00014
    Payment $399 including 8.05% tax

    Total cash at drive off was the first months payment of $399 and the MSDs of $3,915. By allowing Infiniti to hold my $3,915 for 39 months I am saving $63 a month. For a total savings during the lease term of $2,457. That is an amazing rate of return on savings. Dealers don't know about them is the problem. The dealership I went to had never done one and had to print instructions from the Infiniti web site. Of course the dealer I went to normally marks up the money factor so they don't want people to know how to reduce their interest.

    A payment under $400 for a $48,000 car is quite incredible.
  • I got a Base AWD model Q50
    MSRP was around 43K

    (I originally went to dealer for left over G37 AWD)

    I leased on September 30th 2013 -
    Total $903 - Including First months payment, Motor Vehicle , fees, bla bla :)
    My monthly payment is $345
    2 years lease with 12K mileage
  • 2% lower on Sport for both AWD models...


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  • That is a great deal, made even better by the ROI/money saved from your MSD's. Incredible!

    Prior to the MF bump in Nov. I was just a few days from leasing a C300. Luckily, I saw the commercial for Q50 and I'm totally sold!

    Does anyone know if there is a "loophole" with respect to the loyalty cash? I've never owned an Infiniti but the extra decrease in cap cost (assuming I could negotiate to around Invoice) would seal the deal. I assume, however, that loyalty means just what it says...
  • bcvc71_libcvc71_li Posts: 26
    edited November 2013
    I don't believe there's a loophole. The program requires that the customer must own/lease an Infiniti vehicle within 90 days of program commencement. That said, there may be another way for you to save. Google "infiniti vpp" for information on the Nissan/Infiniti Vehicle Purchase Program. You can download a list of over 2900 companies who's employees and immediate family members (and sometimes friends) may qualify for special discounts and pricing. The VPP website even gives you examples of the savings. I don't know anything more about the program, but it's worth checking out.
  • Thanks for the tip on the VPP. Looked through the list and even though it is huge I couldn't find a way to make it work for me (I'm in the public sector as are many friends/family). It's a shame, really, I'd have a hard time passing at those prices. Maybe a creative Infiniti dealer near Ohio will see this... HA!
  • I posted on the G37 forum before I realized there is a Q50 forum now…

    Do you have Residuals/MF for a 15k per year miles lease for a 24 and 36/39 month period for a Premium with and without Nav?

    Curious what everyone is negotiating their sale price down to before applying the $3250 loyalty cash? Have a G lease ending in February.
  • dae928dae928 Posts: 19
    Can you please provide me the MF and residual for Q50 AWD Premium + leather; looking at 24 or 39 month lease, 10k miles/year. Thank you.

    I have current lease and would like to take advantage of $3250 loyalty.

    Can anyone shed any light on the base interior vs. leather?
  • 2014 Q50 RWD Premium 36mo, 15K/yr lease
    .00104 MF and 60% residual

    39 month residual is 59%, 24 month residual is 69%


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  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,879
    edited November 2013
    2014 Q50 AWD Premium 39mo, 10K/yr lease
    .00092 MF and 61% residual

    24 month residual is 71%


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  • Please advise the November money factor and residual value for the 2014 Q60x AWD Premium coupe for 24 months, 12,000 miles per year.

    (I didn't see a Q60 forum so hopefully it's OK to post here).

    Thank you.
  • 2014 Q60 AWD Coupe 24mo, 12K/yr lease
    .00015 MF and 67% residual


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  • abhutaabhuta Posts: 17
    edited November 2013
    I took delivery of a Q50 Sport Hybrid a few days ago and I think I got a great deal. But you can be the judge of that. I'm not trying to show how good or bad a negotiator I am, but rather what types of payments are available out there. I live in South Florida (Miami). The lease was for 39 months and 39,000 total miles. The MSRP of the car was $54,655 for a RWD hybrid sport with navigation and deluxe technology package among other things. The residual was 61 percent and the money factor used was .00115. I was able to get the car for $208 below invoice which was $50,260 (which included the dealer's $700 dealer fee). Since I wanted to have a lower payment similar to my G37 sedan that had a lease that was terminating, I ended up putting $3,200 out of pocket, including first month, Infiniti Financial bank fee, and registration fees. I also had $3,250 in loyalty cash. My payment ended up being $404.93 plus tax.
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