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Infiniti FX35 / FX50 Lease Questions

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  • Hey Car Man,

    Would you happen to know if the $4k loyalty cash rebate has been extended until the end of the year. Most dealers in the area are saying they don't know what's happening past Nov 30th. But, a web search shows some dealers advertising the $4k rebate till the beginning of January.
  • Edmunds shows that $4K is the only incentive available till the end of the year and it does not specify lease or buy. Please let me know if you know anything more specific. thanks.
  • dmcmdmcm Posts: 12
    I am also coming off an FX35 lease soon. Did you get a deal that you were comfortable with?
  • Hi,

    I got this quote today for

    2009 FX35 RWD
    NAV
    PREMIUM
    MSRP: $47,160
    Initial CAP COST: $43,083 (incl $2K loyalty)
    $2K down
    Money factor: 0.00225
    Residual : 54%
    monthly payment (incl tax): $589

    Does it looks like a good deal?

    Thanks
  • By the way, it is for a 39 month /10K lease
  • Joe,
    This is not a good deal. You should negotiate from invoice. Someone on this forum got an FX35 for $300 above invoice and was not an Infiniti customer.
    Also your interest rate is high. ..00225 money factor equates to 5.4% interest rate.
    .00225 x 2400= 5.4%
    These cars are languishing on dealer lots and have heard that Nissan has stopped exporting them till the inventory is low.
    So if you get it at $300 above invoice, then take 2K off the final price.

    KRIS
  • dmcmdmcm Posts: 12
    Carman:
    As mentioned in previous postings my 2005 FX 35 lease is up at the end of Feb 2009. I am going to lease another (2009 RWD FX 35) and seems that year end might be a good time to get a good deal. I would either pay the balance on the 2005 ($600 per month X 2 = $1200 or roll it into the new 2009 lease payment

    Do you have the December money factor and residuals for the 36 and 39 month periods for 10, 12 and 15,000 miles?

    Do you happen to know what the rate is for excess miles? .10,.15,.20 cents per mile? Would my thinking be incorrect if I get the 10,000 miles and then pay the excess if I go over seeing the residual might be higher on the 10 than the 12 or 15?

    Now that the 2008 FX's seemed to be gone do you see the rates getting better on the 09's? I have got the impression they do not want to sell them as the money factor has been too high and the discounts too low.

    Do you think the deals will be better in March 09 than Dec 08?

    Thanks for your advice.
  • Hi,

    anyone knows the residual and money factor for a 2009 FX35 RWD on a 39 month/10K lease for December?

    Thanks a lot
  • env32env32 Posts: 7
    Hello- I posted about the FX35-
    $2k in owner appreciation
    car price...$41,897
    .0024 and 53%
    $3,500 down and $577.15
    39 months.

    got them down quite a bit, but I think I may hold off until December. Perhaps the day after Christmas. I feel like they can be doing a bit better.

    Can someone post a good deal for an FX35 2009 with premium package?
  • Hi Carman,

    Could you give us the residual and money factor for a 2009 FX35 RWD on a 39 month/10K lease for December?

    Thanks a lot
  • Hi,

    Does anyone know the money factor for a 2009 FX35 AWD 24 month/12k? How much is the residual? Is the 4K in incentives still available. How much over invoice should I be paying?

    I'm looking at the premium pkg, tech pkg,nav. and touring pkg.

    Any info would be much appreciated - Thanks for your help.
  • Hi mazzman1. I believe that this program does indeed run through the end of the year.

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  • Hi MadRed. The $4,000 owner loyalty cash incentive that Infiniti is providing on the 2009 FX35 is not compatible with its special lease program, which was enhanced yesterday BTW. Infiniti is however, providing a special $2,000 loyalty cash incentive that is compatible with leases.

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  • Hi dmcm. Typically the end of the year is a good time to get a good deal on a new vehicle. However, things are so bad in the auto industry right now that you should be able to get an amazing price on a new vehicle any time. I highly doubt that things will be any better by February. If I was in your situation, I personally wouldn't waste the final payments on my current lease. I would wait until its scheduled end and then get something new.

    Infiniti Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 FX35 RWD with 15,000 miles per year are .00144 and 53%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 39 month lease are .00141 and 52%. If you were to lease with only 12,000 miles per year, the residual value would be 1% higher. The 10k residual is 2% higher.

    I'm not sure exactly how much IFS charges for excess miles purchased at lease signing, but most banks do not allow lessees to purchase additional miles on anything other than a 15k lease. If this is the case with IFS, and I suspect that it is, you wouldn't be able to go with a 10k lease and buy a few additional miles.

    Infiniti just enhanced its lease program on the '09 FX yesterday, so it appears as though others felt the same as you about its previous lease program. Hang in there, shop around and be persistent. Consumers are clearly in the driver's seat right now. You should eventually be able to find a great deal on the FX.

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  • Here's the information that you're looking for, joecoppo. Infiniti Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 39 month lease of a 2009 FX35 RWD with 10,000 miles per year are .00141 and 54%, respectively.

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  • Hi joecoppo. Please see my previous post for the answer to your question. Thanks and good luck in your quest for a new FX. Make sure to stop back and let us know how everything turns out.

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  • Hi JavaCap. Infiniti Financial Services' lease program for a 3 year lease of this truck is much better than its 2 year program. Here are both so that you can compare them.

    Infiniti Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2009 FX35 AWD with 12,000 miles per year are .00315 and 58%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00147 and 55%.

    For some reason, Infiniti decided to pull the plug on its support for 2 year leases. Perhaps it is afraid that the economy will still be in bad shape then and used vehicle values will not have fully recovered until after three years and that it doesn't want any vehicles back that soon. Whatever it's reason, it makes much more sense to go with a 36 month lease over a 24 month lease at this point.

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  • Carman,

    Can you please tell me the December lease rates on a 2009 FX35 RWD for 36, 39, 42, 48, and 60 months with 10K and 12K miles per year? Thanks in advance for your help.
  • Hi,

    Have an offer on the following car: 09 FX35 AWD Premium/Nav/Deluxe Touring.

    MSRP: $51,914, Invoice $47,923, quoted at $43,000 (including $4K owner's loyalty)

    This is an early pricing car (before Infiniti increased invoice/MSRP for a "sheetmetal expense"). That's why it looks to be under invoice, but in reality is at early invoice for 09 model year.

    How much better could I do? This is in Boston.

    Thanks,
    Alex
  • mi7mi7 Posts: 31
    Hi guys,

    Can I get some information a 09 FX35 RWD lease?

    Is it possible to get a near-fully loaded (nav, tech, premium, touring) for under $600/month (including tax). Down payment would be arouns $2000.

    Please advise. An FX35 with premium and tourning only would be acceptable as well.
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