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Infiniti G37 Lease Questions

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  • Jordan...be careful about continuously posting your fantastic offers here in this board. People come here to discuss their deals and no offense but you might be a little bit biased. Also...VDC might be standard, but the other things you listed are NOT. The rear view camera, ICC, and lane departure sensor features are part of the $1100 technology package UPGRADE.
  • topgun7topgun7 Posts: 409
    Infinitiguy, I think you are soliciting business here... It is not allowed for the forum...
  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 17,599
    if you bought the car, i could see your apprehension, but on a lease, it just doesn't matter, IMHO.

    '13 Stang GT; '15 Fit; '98 Volvo S70; '14 Town&Country

  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 17,599
    Thanks for the clarification.

    Well ... as others have said, BMW finance is just offering a better deal at the moment.

    However, as far as comparing the 2 cars, I personally would not be happy with a 528. What would a 530 sport cost you?

    '13 Stang GT; '15 Fit; '98 Volvo S70; '14 Town&Country

  • I would like to know if anyone would post the current residual and MF for a 2006 Coupe or Sedan 12-24 months and 12-15K miles/year.

    Thanks
  • MF and residual value are based on MSRP and terms. Presently we have promotion for $398.84 plus tax and 39 month lease term on 06 G35s.

    Once again, Infiniti MSRPs are not fixed. Each model has diff packages: i.e. premium,nav, technology, sports, etc.

    However, if you are looking for a base model lease I may put you behind the wheel roughly around $430.$475 per month lease.

    I hope I did answer your question.

    regards,

    Jordan
  • Ok Infinitiguy...it's time to stop spamming the board with your lease promotions. And way to side step the question that was asked. We all know that the MF and residual is not necessarilly fixed...but we know that there are numbers that IFS puts out for each model and term, so that gives us something to work with.
  • topgun7topgun7 Posts: 409
    Infinitiguy5, we came to this forum becuase it is commercial free (other than the site adv) and free of spammer like you. If I want to know lease deal, I would read the local newspaper or call our local dealers. Do you really think that you can drum up enough business in this site to make a different to your income??? We are all from different part of the country, so how often can you catch a local customer?


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  • mftmrtmftmrt Posts: 17
    I was dumb enough to contact him, asked him for his "deal" and here's how he responded:

    "I am not allowed to shoot you figures without you being here in person due to the company's policy."
  • OK...so I just got back from the dealership and I was offered 1k over invoice, but I would have to order the car and wait for 2-3 months to get it. I don't have to agree to financing terms now as they will likely be different in March. Do you think that I should take this deal since I can basically customize my car exactly as I want it and know that it will only be 1k over invoice? Also, do you think that the MF and residuals will be better in March? I am hoping that they will get a bit better since the other vehicle financing seems to be much more agressive.

    Here is my other problem. My current lease is up this month. I have a 2003 G35 sedan w/ Nav, Premium, sport, and full aero body kit and 49k miles. I've seen cars listed at like 24k without the aero body kit. So my dilema is if I decide to order the new car, do I extend my current lease for 4 months (that's the minimum) or do I buy it out for 17800 and try to sell it on my own. My current monthly payment is $510 (incl. tax). Should I risk it and try to sell it on my own or just continue with my current payment and just turn in the keys when the new car arrives? Thanks for any input.
  • Hey guys, Im thinking about getting G35X tommorow,
    please help ASAP.

    07 G35x 12k a year 24months, no additional options.
    The deal is 466$ a month and 1700 due at signing.
    Is it worth it?
  • I'm looking to lease a 2007 G35 Sedan Sport AT. Here are the options/numbers.

    2007 G35 Sedan Sport AT
    Premium Package
    Navigation Package
    39 Months
    12,000 a year
    $0 Down

    Due at delivery is only first months payment and a single security deposit.

    $579 a month (This includes all taxes, title, registration, fees)

    Also, please note I am in Illinois where the taxes work a little bit different then most states, even on leased vehicles.

    Is this a good deal? Should I move forward? Thoughts?

    Thank you guys for your help in advance.
  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 17,599
    I dunno. That's a tough gamble.

    Did you ask the dealership if there is anything they can do? Since you are going Infiniti to Infiniti, I would think they could set it up for you to end the current lease when your new car arrives.

    While your car is well loaded, the miles are high, so it could be a tough sell. Another thing you could do is see what the dealership would give you for the car as if you were trading it in. If its higher than your buyout, then you could always buy it and, if you don't sell it by the time the new car arrives, trade it in.

    '13 Stang GT; '15 Fit; '98 Volvo S70; '14 Town&Country

  • topgun7topgun7 Posts: 409
    Mix and Spiral, both of your deal look reasonable without know much of your details. Thing to judge if you have a good deals are:

    Cap cost - how much are they selling the car to you for?
    money factor - did they pad any additional interest to your lease or just give you the rate from Infiniti
    Fee - acquisition cost is standard for Infiniti. But does you dealer tag anything additional to your?
    residual is fixed by Inifiniti, so not much worry about this one.

    You should be able to get these break down from your salesperson. If they don't want to give it to you, then you know you don't get a good deal at all....

    Also look into the multiple deposit. Each deposit should reduce your money factor by 0.0001. That does not sound like a lot, but it should reduce your monthly payment by $50 if you can swing the max 9 deposits. It should be all refundable at the end of your lease (talk to the finance manager and have him give you the in and out of this and run the number for you..)
  • 2007 G35-S Sedan Automatic
    Color Black on Black
    Premium, Navigation, Technology, Packages w/ Sirius Sat.
    Basically Everything but active Steering, Splash Guards, Maybe they will throw in the wing. (Maybe)!!!
    24 Month Lease 10k miles a year.
    1,500 Down + 800 Bank Fee + 500 Destination Fee + 150 Plates, Reh + Tax 8.375
    So a Grand Total of about 3,800 Due at Signing. I Estimated the Tax to be About 850
    443 a Month.

    I am not the smartest guy in the world. Need fellow car lovers help. Don't know how to figure out what the correct deal is. Am I being robbed, Great Deal, Am I in the Ball Park? If I left out any info, please let , me know, I will provide. Thank you in advance for your help, I need it!!!!!

    Car_man I asked the dealer those questions. He would not give me an answer. I got him to say 39,500. Also he is not throwing in the wing, but he will give mats, wheel locks ,cargo net, and plate covers. But he told me it did not matter what the price was, because my intention is to give it back after the 24 months. Like I said, I really am new at this, and not to bright. If it is 39,500 is that bad? What should I tell him. And if so can, please explain why I should negotiate that price? Thank you and everyone for there help!!!!!!!!
  • Well...I can extend the lease thru Chase Auto Finance right up until the car would arrive...but I'm thinking that by then 1k over invoice might not be the best deal I could get...and it all depends on the financing numbers. I would think that the money factors and residuals would probably be better in March or April don't you? That is my big dilema. I think I might just hold off ordering the car and just extend my lease and give people time to fight for my business. Or, I might just have to go with a BMW or AUDI for a couple of years. Their financing is just way too attractive to pass up, and it's not like their vehicles are anything to complain about. We'll see. I'll keep you updated if I hear about anything better. If you hear about anyone getting a sport w/ nav in the low to mid 500's (incl. tax), let me know ;) Thanks.
  • Hi,

    I am looking to lease 2006 G35 Coupe with premium package and splash guards (MSRP $37,210). I was offered the following deal:

    39 months
    12K miles/year
    $1000 out of pocket including all the fees and first payment
    $450/month + tax

    Does this sound like a good deal? If not, keeping everything else the same what kind of monthly payment should I be shooting for?

    Thanks.
  • I'm looking to lease an 07 G35X. Here are the deals the were put together for me...

    2007 Infiniti G35 AWD Sedan w/Premium Package

    MSRP: $36,800

    39 months

    12,000 miles a year

    $3,500 down

    $506 a month plus tax

    2007 Infiniti G35 AWD Sedan w/Premium Package and Navigation Package

    MSRP: $38,900

    39 months

    12,000 miles a year

    $3,500 down

    $539 a month plus tax

    I think these are ridiculously high numbers, what do you guys think? How can I bargain into a better deal?

    This is is Wa state.
  • So, I'm trying to figure out if historically the IFS number tend to get better as each month passes. I've been going back and forth trying to figure out what to do about my next lease, but I have an offer to order whatever vehicle and option combination I want for 1k over invoice. The problem is that I have to wait a couple of months for it to come in. In trying to figure out approximately what my payments will end up being, I'm using the current IFS numbers, but I'm wondering if there is a chance that the money factor and residual could actually be WORSE in february or march when the car actually arrives? Also, if anyone has any suggestions for a lease or rental idea for the gap between my current lease ending (this month) and the date the car arrives. I can extend my current lease a month, but that's it since it's thru chase auto and not infiniti. Thanks for any help.
  • yazsyazs Posts: 3
    So glad i found this site. I too am looking at G35 leases. I didn't think this deal was very good, but after reviewing the posts, i may need to take this offer.
    G35x AWD premium w/sirius
    39 months/12000mi per yr
    $0 cap cost reduction
    $2812.18 includes $595 acq fee, $170 DOC, $23 transfer plates, $538.32 1st mo, $1495.86 addl tax due to higher tax rates where I live vs state where I'll buy the car.
    Initially $528.32, down to $491/mo.
    Is this a fair deal?
  • Hi all,

    I've heard that for 24 month lease the IFS residual is set to 70% on '07 G35 Sedan.

    Does anyone know what the residual is for a 36 month lease on a 2007 G35 Journey sedan?

    carmeister.....
  • yazsyazs Posts: 3
    Sorry, forgot to add this is a 2007 G35, list is $37745, michigan tax included for $491/mo
  • Forgot to mention that for the 24mth lease, money factor is 0.00211 w/ the 70% residual.
  • Here is a reply to many of the posts re: deals on leases. Maybe this offer I have (in the MA area) can shed some light -

    Any thoughts on this deal?

    This is a lease deal I have been offered

    07 G35x with premium pack
    12k miles
    $449 month
    $3k down includes everything

    live in the Boston area
    - also, the dealership is really looking to screw me on my trade - it is an 03 G35, trade in value anywhere from $15k-$19k. They've offered me 12.

    Any thoughts would be appreciated.

    In other words, from what I have seen, there are better deals for most of you. You just need to pit other dealerships against each other.

    Any suggestions on how I can get them to improve their trade offer?
  • grikgrik Posts: 2
    Car Man,

    Buying a 2007 G35 Journey (premium package, but no nav)-- worked it thru a friend who works for Nissan and got VPP for the car -- MSRP was 35540 -- VPP price was 32816 -- Cap cost of 34,000 which includes deliver fee and dealer add ons (which I don't have a problem with) --- what I do have a problem with is the money factor originally quoted for a 39 month/ 15,000 with nothing down except 1st lease payment (38 payments left) was .00345. After I questioned that number they immediately dropped it to .00295. From reading this forum it looks like I should get a MF of somewhere around .00229. I am missing something or was the dealer just trying to pull one over on me? With this rate, I think I would be better of purchasing -- at least then I know I am getting a decent deal as the purchase price is based on the VPP price. your thoughts and or suggestions would be appreciated. thanks
  • I too am looking into the VPP plan and you are right...those numbers are definitely high for MF. On a sport model I was quoted .0021 for 36 months 15k miles/year. If I went to a 39 month lease it would be .0028. From what I've seen, on the Journey, the 36 month number could be as low as .00212 Not sure about the 39 month numbers. Good luck with the purchase.
  • the dealer offers me @ this price
    39 mo 15k with $1,700.00 total drive off is $463.06 with tax.
    please let me know what do you guys think about this price.
    PS. i live in phoenix, arizona

    Year: 2007
    Make: Infiniti
    Model: G35
    Trim: Base
    Exterior Color: Black Obsidian
    Interior Color: Stone
    VIN: JNKBV61E57M701318
    Model Number: 90417
    Stock #: 1850
    MSRP: $32,150.00
    link title
  • the dealer offers me this price
    39 mo 15k with $1,700.00 total drive off is $463.06 with tax.
    please let me know what do you guys think about this price.
    PS. i live in phoenix, arizona

    Year: 2007
    Make: Infiniti
    Model: G35
    Trim: Base
    Exterior Color: Black Obsidian
    Interior Color: Stone
    VIN: JNKBV61E57M701318
    Model Number: 90417
    Stock #: 1850
    MSRP: $32,150.00

    Dealer quote screen capture
    actual car spec and info
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  • qs0922qs0922 Posts: 11
    Thanks for all the help I received on the forum. Question for Car Man and other lease gurus out there. Take a look at this deal for me. It seems like a got an O.K. deal, but I'm questioning the residual and money factor. At least they threw in the tint.

    07 G35 Journey
    Prem/Perf pkgs
    MSRP $35540
    Neg Price $32450
    42m/15k lease
    46% res, .00239 MF
    $3k down (includes 1st pymt
    $550 pr mnth ($499 + $51 taxes in TX)

    I know I've seen where you shouldn't put any money down, but I live in TX where they charge you the taxes on the total amount on the vehicle, not just for the term on the lease. Any opinions would be most welcomed.
  • qs0922qs0922 Posts: 11
    The Neg Price was $34250, not $32450, so I got $1290 off MSRP.

    07 G35 Journey
    Prem/Perf pkgs
    MSRP $35540
    Neg Price $34250
    42m/15k lease
    46% res, .00239 MF
    $3k down (includes 1st pymt
    $550 pr mnth ($499 + $51 taxes in TX)
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