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2014 Nissan Rogue Lease Questions

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  • jw074jw074 Posts: 15
    Are there any incentives for rogue awd S (not the select)?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,021

    @jw074 said: Are there any incentives for rogue awd S (not the select)?

    Nope - base MF of .00197 and 36/15 RV of 53% (FWD) or 55% (AWD)

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  • diamond484diamond484 Posts: 8

    do the residuals go down every month? BTW I got a dealer to find me a lower money factor!!

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,021

    @diamond484 said: do the residuals go down every month? BTW I got a dealer to find me a lower money factor!!

    Often, but not always, the residual drops throughout the course of the model year.

    Be careful. If the MF is lower there may be extra fees (before or after the lease) to make up for it. And, the residual may be lower as well.

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  • cstone12cstone12 Posts: 2

    Any word if there are any subsidized leases on Rogue SLs or SVs in August?

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,021

    @cstone12 said: Any word if there are any subsidized leases on Rogue SLs or SVs in August?

    Nope, base MF of .00197 still applies to the Rogue.

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  • cstone12cstone12 Posts: 2

    @Michaell said:

    Thank you

  • gas88gas88 Posts: 3
    Looking at a Rogue Select 4x4 with comfort package. First stop into a dealer, quoting: 1k down $260/mo (+ tax)10k miles/yr.
    RT 22 central NJ.
    Does anyone have the MF and residual?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,021

    @gas88 said: Looking at a Rogue Select 4x4 with comfort package. First stop into a dealer, quoting: 1k down $260/mo (+ tax)10k miles/yr. RT 22 central NJ. Does anyone have the MF and residual?

    What lease term?

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  • turbovdubturbovdub Posts: 2
    edited August 11

    Hey guys, new to these forums but boy do I wish I looked on here earlier. Tons of good info. I just signed a lease this past Saturday on a 2014 Rogue SL AWD with all options + mud guards, rear cargo covers, Moon roof package, chrome bumper pieces and floor mats. I had a MSRP of $33,050, lease term of 39 months 12k/year, put down $2500 and traded my POS falling apart civic for $800. Payment is $420 with tax and gap. no First month payment because they forgot to charge it (was sprinkled across the remaining 38 pmts). I guess realistically before tax, gap, and 1st month pmt Im at $400. Im in northern NJ too. How did I do on this deal? (::puts on flame suit:: lol). I thought I did ok but I see some of you picked up some good deals earlier this year. My hands were a little tied considering my daily was going to get me killed.

    EDIT: I was Tier 1 and the lease was through Nissan

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,021

    @turbovdub said: Hey guys, new to these forums but boy do I wish I looked on here earlier. Tons of good info. I just signed a lease this past Saturday on a 2014 Rogue SL AWD with all options + mud guards, rear cargo covers, Moon roof package, chrome bumper pieces and floor mats. I had a MSRP of $33,050, lease term of 39 months 12k/year, put down $2500 and traded my POS falling apart civic for $800. Payment is $420 with tax and gap. no First month payment because they forgot to charge it (was sprinkled across the remaining 38 pmts). I guess realistically before tax, gap, and 1st month pmt Im at $400. Im in northern NJ too. How did I do on this deal? (::puts on flame suit:: lol). I thought I did ok but I see some of you picked up some good deals earlier this year. My hands were a little tied considering my daily was going to get me killed.

    I would say it's an OK deal; next time come see us first and we can get you better prepared for your visit to the dealer.

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  • turbovdubturbovdub Posts: 2

    Thanks for commenting Michaell - how much better of a deal do you think I could've made?

  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,901
    edited August 12

    I'll try giving it a shot (Michaell can add to or correct me when he pops back in B) ).

    Often the selling price, even on a lease, is less than MSRP. The average price paid in Newark is about $1,500 below MSRP. Not a huge amount of money, especially spread over 3+ years, but that could have helped your payment.

    Putting money down on a lease isn't recommended either since you'll be out that money if your Rogue gets wrecked or stolen.

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    I understand about the dying Civic - in my case, I had a second car so I was able to take my time replacing both my beat up cars.

    Congrats on the new ride!

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,021

    @stever said: I'll try giving it a shot (Michaell can add to or correct me when he pops back in B) ).

    Often the selling price, even on a lease, is less than MSRP. The average price paid in Newark is about $1,500 below MSRP. Not a huge amount of money, especially spread over 3+ years, but that could have helped your payment.

    Putting money down on a lease isn't recommended either since you'll be out that money if your Rogue gets wrecked or stolen.

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    I understand about the dying Civic - in my case, I had a second car so I was able to take my time replacing both my beat up cars.

    Congrats on the new ride!

    Not a lot to add ... had you been able to shave off the $1500 from the selling price, that would have saved you about $42/mo in your payment.

    I agree about not putting money down, for the reasons mentioned above. But, I understand wanting to be at a certain monthly payment for budget reasons.

    Enjoy your new car, and come see us again in 3 years when you're ready to do this again.

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  • I had a dealer contact me saying there was finally a lease special on the 2014 SL AWD w/premium pkg. Says there is $1850 NMAC lease cash, residual at 15k is 53% at 39 months. The money factor is 0.00162

    Is this legit? Central New Jersey.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,079

    @diamond484 said: I had a dealer contact me saying there was finally a lease special on the 2014 SL AWD w/premium pkg. Says there is $1850 NMAC lease cash, residual at 15k is 53% at 39 months. The money factor is 0.00162

    Is this legit? Central New Jersey.

    The money factor and residual are correct. I don't have incentive info, but you can check Edmunds information by using the Car Research tab at the top of the page.

    Hopefully, the NMAC cash is correct... because otherwise, the "special" lease program isn't all that special.

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  • Yeah it looks like the $1850 NMAC cash is correct :smiley:

    Has anyone gotten an AWD SL with just floor mats for around $29k ?

    I plan on buying some extra accessories (moonroof wind deflector, cargo net, etc.) through Nissan's accessory website, as they have 20% off any accessory purchase over $100. They offer pickup at specific dealers, so I'll just have them shipped/picked up at that dealer. I'll make them install for free or maybe give them $100. The accessories are actually even cheaper on the actual Nissan accessory website!

    I drive a HARD bargain and don't mind spending weeks hammering out the deal.

    I'm also thinking about trying to sell my current vehicle to the dealer of that manufacturer. Has anyone tried this? Figure I'll get a few bucks more.

  • Sorry for so many questions!! When do the labor day deals come out? End of the month + Labor Day is hopefully a good scenario

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,079

    @diamond484 said: Sorry for so many questions!! When do the labor day deals come out? End of the month + Labor Day is hopefully a good scenario

    We usually don't get mid-month updates on sales like Labor Day.. Just watch the car ads... If you see the price drop significantly on the advertised leases, then something has changed. If Nissan puts out Labor Day weekend incentives, they will probably go into effect by the 25th.

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  • Hey all - appreciate the help in advance. Just left the dealer after getting some initial lease numbers on a Rogue SV. Rogue SV with family package came in at around 28000 and I have a trade in I owe 5400 on, and it was estimated between 7000-7500, so I figure they could do 2100 as a trade in allowance. The lease rate quoted upfront was 369/month with nothing else out of pocket, just the trade in equity. I initially balked and told him I was looking for in the 250 range, hoping to bargain up and he immediately went to the S model with the family package, which is about 26000 sticker and told me that would be closer to 300, in the early 300's for a monthly.

    How much wiggle room do i have. I told him I'd accept the S for 259/month with the trade in, or up to 299 for the SV with family package tops. Am I unreasonable with my range of 250-270 for an S with family package, or 280-300 a month for the SV at 28000?

    I really don't want to go beyond 300 max a month for any vehicle, but I'd love to get the SV if its realistic. Thanks!

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,021

    @drmoore1976 said: Hey all - appreciate the help in advance. Just left the dealer after getting some initial lease numbers on a Rogue SV. Rogue SV with family package came in at around 28000 and I have a trade in I owe 5400 on, and it was estimated between 7000-7500, so I figure they could do 2100 as a trade in allowance. The lease rate quoted upfront was 369/month with nothing else out of pocket, just the trade in equity. I initially balked and told him I was looking for in the 250 range, hoping to bargain up and he immediately went to the S model with the family package, which is about 26000 sticker and told me that would be closer to 300, in the early 300's for a monthly.

    How much wiggle room do i have. I told him I'd accept the S for 259/month with the trade in, or up to 299 for the SV with family package tops. Am I unreasonable with my range of 250-270 for an S with family package, or 280-300 a month for the SV at 28000?

    I really don't want to go beyond 300 max a month for any vehicle, but I'd love to get the SV if its realistic. Thanks!

    We would need to know the MSRP and selling price of both the S and SV in order to model a payment for you.

    We aren't fans of using trade equity as a down payment .. if the car is stolen or totaled, you would be out that money.

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  • ltsatxltsatx Posts: 5

    Hi - Can I get the MF and RV for a 2014 rogue AWD/FWD SL in Texas? 10K / 12K miles/36 months. or 24 months. Thanks!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,079

    @ltsatx said: Hi - Can I get the MF and RV for a 2014 rogue AWD/FWD SL in Texas? 10K / 12K miles/36 months. or 24 months. Thanks!

    .00162 MF and 55% residual for 36mo, 12K/yr for AWD.

    Subtract 1% for FWD. Add 1% for 10K/yr.

    24 month numbers are not competitive

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  • js20737js20737 Posts: 7

    Hi guys, Colorado here. Looking for Rogue AWD SL Premium package. Need 15k (possibly 18k) mi/yr with 0 down.

    First quote is MSRP $34,005, cash price 30,459. 39 months, 53% residual, .00162 MF @ $492/month for 15k and $515/mo for 18k.

    Haven't confirmed yet but I believe this includes sales tax. Does this seem high? Appreciate your advice!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,079

    @js20737 said: Hi guys, Colorado here. Looking for Rogue AWD SL Premium package. Need 15k (possibly 18k) mi/yr with 0 down.

    First quote is MSRP $34,005, cash price 30,459. 39 months, 53% residual, .00162 MF @ $492/month for 15k and $515/mo for 18k.

    Haven't confirmed yet but I believe this includes sales tax. Does this seem high? Appreciate your advice!

    With no additions or subtractions, the 39mo, 15K/yr lease payment would be $398/mo.+tax. (and, the MF and residual are correct).

    To find out how they get to $492/mo., ask for a breakdown of the CAP cost and the amount due at signing, and how much of the payment is tax (going to guess around 8% on the payment in Colorado).

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  • js20737js20737 Posts: 7
    edited August 23

    @kyfdx said: To find out how they get to $492/mo., ask for a breakdown of the CAP cost and the amount due at signing, and how much of the payment is tax (going to guess around 8% on the payment in Colorado).

    Thank you! The only additional detail they have provided is that it's apparently based on an adjusted cap cost of $32,748--so not the price we'd agreed upon, shady. Should the cap cost be the selling price LESS the lease cash, or $28,609 plus acquisition fee?

    Can't tell you how much I appreciate your help here.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,079

    I'll guess that any lease cash was already factored into the selling price. You have to add the acquisition fee to that. You should ask them for a breakdown of the CAP cost. Looks like a lot of extras in there.

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  • haven't seen much from the dealers in terms of labor day promos....... any word on official nissan incentives for the SL?

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 8,021

    @diamond484 said: haven't seen much from the dealers in terms of labor day promos....... any word on official nissan incentives for the SL?

    You might need to check Nissan's website for the latest offers.

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  • jyadjyad Posts: 1

    Hi all- guy from New York here, and thanks for any insight in advanced. I'm close to signing on a 2014 Rogue SV AWD lease and have gotten quotes from 3 people now all ranging from $255/39 mo's to $260/42 mo's and $280/36 mo's in between. I'm thinking of going with the $255 but have been doing a lot of research to figure out of this deal makes sense. Here are the terms: -39 mos -$255 monthly -purchase option $14,923.20 MSRP- 27,080 Mi/year- 12k Disposition Fee $395 AMOUNT DUE AT SIGNING: 1st mo payment- $255 Acquisition fee $595 Fees & Insurance- $425 Taxes- $1,118.24 Total due at signing: $2,393.24

    Does this look legit to anyone here? Thanks

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