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38,515Don't get nervous about leasing your next vehicle. As long as you negotiate an attractive selling price and make sure that its lease payment is being calculated NMAC's buy rate money factor, you'll get a good deal.

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101Can you tell me what the residual and money factor should be?

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164Can you please provide me with the 36 month 15k mi/yr lease numbers on a 06 Armada SE 4x4. I see Nissan is still offering $3000 cash incentive through 10/31.

Thanks

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77Do you know the residual and money factor on an armada SE with leather, 4x4?

15k miles

36 months

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4My situation involves a 48 to 60 month lease (my company will pay a large percentage of the lease) then I can buy the car at end of lease so I'm looking for a smaller buyout figure. is either of these quotes any good?

#1 - 48 month lease; 12k/year

2k down plus tax and first payment

$459/month

lease end value: $17,302

#2 - 60 month lease; 12k/year

2k down and same costs as above

$429/month

lease end value: $14,274

36,382Normally, you wouldn't want to pay for miles that you don't use, but in this case.. you aren't paying for them.

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100MSRP: 37375

Cap Cost: 34593 (does not include rebate)

Money Factor: 0.00274

Residual: 19,061 (Seems extremely low ... I don't even know if the 2006s are that low)

36 mos, 12K/yr

Monthly Payment: $654 (they told me pre-tax)

Thoughts? Thanks.

31Please help

2100The money factor was .00188 with a security deposit for a 39 month lease. The residual was 49%.

Sam

40May I ask what your monthly payments were?

40MSRP 46,685.00

Selling Price 39,299.00

I need to get as low a payment as possible. I could do 10K miles. The lease could go 48 months if needed. What would it take to get payments under 400.00 if possible? Thanks

100Even if your money factor was 0 which is 0% which is not possible since the lowest rate I could find was 0.00188 or ~

4.512%, if you don't put anything down on the lease for 39 mos your payment would still be 421, but once you add in the lease charge (finance charge) it will be in the 500s before tax.

I would recommend getting this excel file to plug in your numbers

http://www.carbuyingtips.com/regm.xls

The part that I know is that for a 2007 SE for 39 mos @ 12K miles the money factor with a security deposit is 0.00188 and the residual is 49% (of MSRP).

Of course you can get your payment below 400 by putting a large amount as a downpayment which people on this forum don't recommend because you can loose all of that money if the car is stolen or totaled in an accident.

That would be awesome if you are able to get that selling price. I don't know if the rebate (3,000) that is available can be used with their lease program. Don't forget that you need to pay the acquisition fee also which is usually added to the selling price.

Hope this helps.

Take care,

Sam,

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38,515Let's work up some payments for this truck using the prices that you mentioned in your post and see what we come up with. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2006 Nissan Armada LE 4WD with an MSRP of $46,685 and a selling price of $39,299 through NMAC right now for 36 months with 12,000 miles per year (I don't believe that it offers leases with only 10,000 miles per year), your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around a whopping $710. The numbers for an otherwise identical 39 month lease should be $679. The numbers for a 42 month lease would be $663. And the numbers for a 48 month lease would be around $635. Unfortunately, as you can see, you are not going to be able to get anywhere near the $400 per month that you're looking for. You might be able to get closer to that number by leasing a 2007 model, but even then you're still going to be well over $500 a month for an Armada.

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312007 4X4 LE with just sunroof option

MSRP $44,000 selling price $38,690 plus tax

2007 4X4 LE tech package with Nav and sunroof

MSRP $48,000 selling price $40,190 plus tax.

I am looking at 39 or 48 month lease for 12K a year and the tax rate is 7% where I live.

Also I would like to pay 1st month and motor vehicle fees upfront, somewhere around $1400-1500

Thanks

402006 Nissan Armada LE 4X4

MSRP 46685.00

Sell 38404.00

39 months

10K miles or 12K if it makes price per month go down.

17K down (trade in)

Thank you very much once again!

40There have been a few changes to the above email. I have more accurate numbers. First one is with 17K down (Trade in, paid off) Here we go:

Option 1

2006 Armada LE 4X4

MSRP 46685

Sell 42404

Rebate 4000.00 ( They will give it to me)

Money Factor .00395

Residual 39%

Miles 15K

Term 42 months

Price per month quoted @ 270.65 a month (tax included)Option 2: This is with 16K down:

2007 Armada LE 4X4

MSRP 48855

Sell 45885

Money Factor .00288

Residual 49%

Miles 15K

39 months

Payments for this one is 352.00 (tax included).

Option 3:

2007 LE 4X4

17K down

MSRP 45,875

Sell 41,741

Money Factor .00203

Residual 49%

39 Months

12K

Payments quoted at 208.65 plus tax. Are any of these even close? What should they be? Thank you so much!

Do these seem accurate? When I use lease guide, these seem high. I have also had two different money factors on 07's.