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Infiniti G37 Lease Questions

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  • Can anyone please advise me for the numbers I should be looking for if I am in the market for a 2013 G37S coupe (6 speed manual) in the NY/NJ area.

    I went to a dealer yesterday and they offered me 459 a month for 24 months/10k w/ taxes and fees down. I do not remember the selling price of the car but I know the MSRP sticker on it was 46k and change.

    Also, does anyone think it is a good idea to wait for president's day as oppose to trying to get the car now?

    Thank you in advance!
  • You're very welcome hopleaf.

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  • Here's the information that you're looking for adpin277. Infiniti Financial Services' January buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2013 G37 Coupe Journey with 12,000 miles per year are .00001 and 67% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical 39-month lease are .00045 and 56%.

    The money factors for the Sport are the same, but the residual values are 1% higher.

    Infiniti is providing a $1,250 cash incentive on leases of this car plus another grand for loyal customers.

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  • Hi hbo1ny. Infiniti Financial Services' January buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2013 G37 Sedan X with 15,000 miles per year are .00001 and 67% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical 36-month lease are .00015 and 57%.

    There is a $750 cash incentive on leases of this car plus another thousand for loyal customers.

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  • hbo1nyhbo1ny Posts: 18
    Did I read that right Carman or is that a typo on the money factor for 24 months? Is it .00001 or .00010? Thanks for clarifying.
  • Hey there Car Man,

    I hope you are having a great new year! I am so happy that I have found this forum. I am looking to close a deal on a G37 Coupe for my brother tomorrow and would love to help to get him a great deal on a 24 month lease.

    This is what I have so far. He is looking a 2013 G37 Journey Premium with Navigation and a few other options. He is looking to do a 24 month lease with 10k miles a year. M.S.R.P. on this car is $46,295.

    A dealer down here in Orange County has quoted me over the phone with $3500 cash down for a payment of $360 with tax and title included. Sales tax here is 8%. We have not yet discussed the money factor or the residual value yet. How does this deal sound to you?

    We will be visiting the dealer tomorrow and I have a few questions for you. I would appreciate any help we could get.

    1.) What should I be able to negotiate the price down to in relation to invoice?
    2.) I do get the $1250 dealer cash back?
    3.) From what I read above, should the money factor be .00001? Residual value 67%?
    4.) Do I have to pay the full $700 Acquisition fee?
    5.) Is down payment required?
    6.) He is also eyeing the G37S, are those getting discounted as aggressively? From above the residual is only 1% more is that right?

    Any help would be much appreciated and I thank you again in advance!
  • whompwhomp Posts: 5
    edited January 2013
    Just a friendly warning to my fellow shoppers... I've bought well over 20 cars, and leased 6. I now have a 2010 G37 and in trying to exit the lease early by selling to a private party, If you want to exit the lease early, IFS forces you to sell the car through their dealerships, which adds an additional $650 to the cost of sale.

    The is completely unnecessary. I've exited leases early with Honda, BMW, and Acura, and never had this type of restriction or added cost. I won't ever consider an Infiniti lease again because they are so restrictive.
  • Hey there Whomp,

    That may be because the Lease Specials on the Infiniti is so dang good. They are comparable to a Honda Accord I am sure.

    This is the deal I was able to close for my Brother in law today.

    2013 Infiniti G37S Coupe Premium with Navigation, Side Kick Plates, Trunk mat/nets, and throw in splash guards for a payment of $375 including tax with $3500 cash down.

    I believe it was about $5500 off MSRP or so. Which was about $400 under invoice + the $1250 cash back.

    Money Factor was .00001 and 69% residual

    Thanks Car Man!
  • whompwhomp Posts: 5
    I think it's probably more about trying to "protect" the value of the asset, ensuring at least the dealer makes some more money and IFS can get a shot at a new loan, while all of them benefit if they can sell an extended warranty. I completely understand how it makes sense to the business.

    I also think it's a great service as an OPTION, but to make it mandatory is just too restrictive for my taste.

    Congrats on your car.

    And Car Man does Rock! Car Man, why doesn't Edmunds link to the forums from the home page anymore?
  • larrymlarrym Posts: 17
    Can I have the lease information on the G37X sedan for 10K miles and 39 months?

    I've already got a G37S convertible for the wife so I don't need another one of those :blush:
  • Hi hbo1ny. what you read is indeed correct. The money factor for a 2-year lease of this car is nearly 0%, .00001.

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  • Welcome mrtommyquach. Thanks for the kind words.

    Let me begin by saying that $3,500 is too much money to put down on a lease. I always advise consumers to put as little down as possible when leasing. The main reason that I do so is that if your leased vehicle is totaled in an accident or stolen and never recovered during your term, it is very likely that any down payment that you made will disappear. It's much safer to go with a zero down lease.

    I don't know what this car's lease payment should be off of the top of my head, but if you were able to provide me with its selling price I could give you a more thorough analysis of this deal. the selling prices of leased vehicles are negotiable, just as if you were paying cash for or financing them.

    If I was in the market for a 2013 G37 Coupe (beautiful car BTW) in your area, I personally would shoot for a selling price of around $500 or so over invoice minus the $1,250 cash incentive that is currently available on leases of it.

    The money factor and residual value that you mentioned are correct.

    Infiniti Financial Services charges a $700 acquisition fee on every vehicle that it leases. You can either pay this charge at lease signing or add it into the capitalized cost to make it part of your payment.

    I don't see why the Sport model would be discounted at any greater rate than the Journey. You're correct, for a 24-month lease the money factor is the same but the residual is 1% higher for the Sport.

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  • Here you go larrym. Infiniti Financial Services' January buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 39-month lease of a 2013 G37X Sedan with 10,000 miles per year are .00022 and 57% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

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  • Im in New Jersey looking to lease a G37 sedan. What are se lease deals available right now? I also have a n Acura TL 06 w 90,000 miles. I owe 11,500 on. Excellent condition 10/10. Acura warranty to 100,000. Any chance I can give them my car and sign a lease with nothing out of pocket with trading them in my car? What would me lease payments be approximately? 12k per year? 24 36 or 39 months. Does not matter. Thanks guys!!
  • larrymlarrym Posts: 17
    Thats a bit of a loaded question.

    First thing I would do is decide how much you want for your vehicle.

    Then pick out your new vehicle and what term lease you want. Thwn ask. CARMAN what the financial rates are and decide your buying price. Calculate everything in a lease calculator and call it a day
  • Im looking for a lease on a G37 sedan. No navigation. Just a base G37 sedan. I was wondering if in your experience with infiniti will I get a better lease rate with going with a 24 month lease or a 36/39? Also if my car is currently worth 11,500 for a dealer trade in value and the retail value at a dealer is 15,500 what is a reasonable price to ask the dealership for to cover my down payment?Somewhere in the middle? Maybe 13,500 that way I can put 2 k down?
  • Basically whats the best thing for me to do? How much down and what will my payment be looking like with trading in my TL?
  • Hey CarMan,

    I'm looking to lease a 2013 G37 AWD sedan with the premium and navigation package from a dealer in northern New Jersey. The MSRP on the car is $44,000. I would prefer not to pay a large down payment. What do you think is the best deal I could get on a 36 month lease for 15k miles per year assuming I have great credit? Do you think there would be a big difference if I decided to lease now versus at the end of March 2013? Thanks in advance.
  • romil01romil01 Posts: 75
    If you are thinking of leasing a G37, realize the replacement called the Q50, is on the way in a couple months. Looks a lot nicer than the current car which has one of the lowest grade interiors I have seen in a "luxury" car. Hopefully they refined the thrashiness of the 3.7 engine as well.

    http://carscoop.blogspot.com/2013/01/this-is-all-new-infiniti-q50-sports.html
  • Hi myquicktypes. Generally speaking, 36- to 39-month leases will be have lower monthly payments than 24-month leases will. This is because new vehicles experience their most rapid rate of depreciation during the first year of ownership. Longer leases have a larger number of payments to spread this large initial depreciation hit out over. There are some exceptions to this rule, when an automaker is providing a ton of support on 2-year leases to push them for some reason, but I don't think that is the case with Infiniti right now.

    You really shouldn't make any sort of down payment when leasing. Even if you have equity in your trade, have the dealer cut you a check for the money rather than using the proceeds as a capitalized cost reduction for your lease. Try to get as much for your trade as you can.

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