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55161621The MSRP is $40,110, $3,128 due on delivery which includes $1,796 cap reduction, $33 tax, $349 license fees, $400 advance pmt, $550 bank fee at a rate (money factor?) of 1.500 for 39 months, 12K /year lease.

I found a better deal, I think, advertized: - $0 down, $379 a month for 39 months for a 10K/year lease. So I approximate cash due on delivery will be $33 tax + $349 license fees, $379 first payment, $0 security deposit, $550 bank fee = $1311, but comparing this to the other poster's total due of a $1000, mine seems $311 too high.. This same ad that lists the lease also says that the msrp is 40,560 and that one can buy it for 35,999 or lease $379 zero down, so i am assuming that these are the same selling and MSRP prices that apply to the lease

Do you think Infiniti will reinstate the security deposit next month? it will be sad to pay that extra $400 if I don't have to, but I don't think I will close the deal this month because I have yet to sell my audi first.

The other option I am considering is to buy the 2004 fx used - seeing as they depreciate about $2000 a year? the way i look at it, if i sell it in 3 years I would have paid $2000 * 3 years = ~ $6000 for it, versus $380 * 36 (to make it three years) * 13680, so $7600 less over the time of three years. However I don't know if it makes sense because I still need to get financing for it..

Thanks in advance,

Alex

2121I am also checking out the murano sl awd, but the sl is nothing like the fx in terms of performance.. gas mileage, yes! i thought i had a good deal on the murano: $1000 total due on delivery, $365 / month, but then i found the infiniti deals for paractically the same cost.. maybe i should look for a better murano deal, but fx took my liking. the other choice is the Acura MDX.. One thing I don't like in the FX is that it doesn't sit as high as the murano or the MDX.

548,088For some reason, Nissan and Infiniti seem to frequently offer lease specials based on 39 month terms. Usually, what makes the 39 month term more advantageous.. is the residual percentage is only 1% lower than the 36 month residual... A normal spread between the two terms would be 3%-4%, which would offer no advantage to the 39 mo. term..

I don't have the specifics on the lease numbers for the FX35 (Car_man will), but I will guess that there are good residuals for the 39 month terms...

regards,

kyfdx

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162Unfortunately, I'm about $2500 in negative equity with my current car so I'm not sure how to approach leasing this vehicle considering all the info on this board. How do I not put any money down (which is frowned upon in leasing) knowing that I have negative equity? Can I even do that? How do I get rid of the neg. equity without putting down a substantial amount of money? I was told to look for leases that offer rebates and incentives to knock out my equity but I'm finding this rarely ever happens!

Help! Any suggestions? Car_Man what do you recommend?

Thanks!

162I'm dying to lease a GX or FX 35 but I don't want a $450 plus monthly payment because of my negative equity. I would love to utilize the current deal they have right now but don't know how the negative equity would affect those numbers.

12FX-35

AWD

Touring pkg.

24 months

cap cost $38,100

residual 70%

money factor .00205

acq fee $550 cannot waive

36 months

cap cost $38,100

residual 60%

money factor .00155

acq fee $550 cannot waive

Does this sounds like a little too much?

161612I'm working with another dealership for another quote. So far, I got a quote for FX-35, RWD, touring & technology package for $39,364, MSRP is $43260. If I want to lease for 24 months, what do you think will be a good payment? I want to put nothing down.

21INFINITI W/ TOURING

Money Factor 0.0015

Residual Percentage 0.6

Term 39

MSRP 40110

Selling Price 35500

Cap Reduction 0

Add-on Fees 55 Doc Fee

Tax 790 5% * Pmts over Term

Net Cap Cost 36345

Residual 24066 MSRP * Residual %

Total Depreciation 12279

Depreciation Fee 314.84 Total Depreciation / Term

Finance Fee 90.61 (Net Cap Cost + Residual) * MF

Monthly Pmt 405.46 Sum of Depreciation and Finance

License Fee 349

Bank Fee 550

First Pmt 405.46

Cash on Delivery 1304.46

Thank you in advance,

Alex

1612I'm really close to a deal. This is what I'm getting from the dealer. Tell me what you think would be a good payment. I live in texas, so I have to pay the entire tax on the vehicle. Let's just assume the payment without tax.

MSRP is $43,260

FX-35 RWD

Touring pkg

Tech pkg

Destination charge

Cargo protection

Roof rail

Selling PRICE: $39,364

What should be my:

Cap Reduction?

Net Cap Cost?

Residual %?

MF ?

24months lease

15k/per year

zero down

Anything else you might think I should look at once the finalized the numbers. I have until tomorrow to pull the trigger or the price is no longer valid. Thanks!!!!!

16121612On a 24 month lease,with 15k per year,and selling the vehicle for $39364,your payments would be

$696.28.The residual is 69%,and the rate is 2.29.

I don't know if this includes tax and anything else. I have to ask them.

12Sales Price $39364

Tax $2460.88

Documentary Fee $50.00

Bank Fee $550.00

License Fees $144.59

Total Cap Cost $42579.47

Residual 69% $29848.40

Total Depreciation $12730.07

Rate 2.290

Term 24 months

Payment $696.28

163Capitalized cost: $37,923

Doc fee: $35

Bank fee: $550

Net residual: $22,962

Depreciation: $15,545

License fee: 148.50

Advance payment $535.75

Rate: 1.530

Tax at 8.75%

I have been quoted a monthly payment of $535.75

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