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2013 and earlier Nissan Murano Lease Questions

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hey beancounterny. Nissan is currently waiving up to three remaining lease payments for NMAC customers who get a new Nissan.

    NMAC's March buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Murano SL with 12,000 miles per year are .00119 and 53% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a LE are .00119 and 51%.

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  • Thanks Car_man, really appreciate your assistance. Haven't pulled the trigger yet as the #s are just a bit high here in NYC.

    One more follow-up, is the $2,500 in incentives accurate ($1k lease loyalty & $1,500 in incentives)? I think if there was another $1k or $1.5k coming soon I could close a deal with a few different dealers around here.

    Thanks again for your advice.
  • Hi Car_man, wanted to see how i did:

    Just picked up a 2012 Murano LE Platinum package. 39 months/12k miles /yr

    MSRP: 43,715
    Sale Price: 38,606
    MF: .00095
    Res: 51% (22,295)
    Payment: 451.47/month

    Due at Signing
    Cap cost red - 3,365
    First Month - 451.57
    Sales tax paid in advance - 35.41
    Tax on cap cost red - 298.67
    doc fee - 399 (new plates, registered in ny, purchased in nj)
    Total $4,550

    Payments
    Rebates - 3,500
    Out of pocket - 1,050

    Essentially, we paid 1st month, tax on cap rebates, and part of the dmv/doc fees

    other details if needed:

    Cap cost summary:
    sale price - 38,606
    Tax - 1,558
    Title license, reg - 290
    Acquisition - 595

    Total 41,089

    would love to hear your feedback, i'm thinking i got a pretty good deal, its 2012 but fully loaded, not much out of pocket and the monthly payment i was pushing for.

    Thanks for all the advice!

    -beancounterny
  • razz13razz13 Posts: 1
    The dealer I just went to in Toms River, NJ gave me an offer of 529. a month 39 months on the Nissan Murano SL with Navigation. After reading all these posts that seems like their taking advantage of a woman.
    Am I crazy or shouldnt it be much lower?
  • I ended up with a new 2012 model, but originally wanted a 2013 sl with nav, best I found in ny/NJ area was 487/month with nothing down except for tax on the factory incentives and DMV fees, approx 900-1000 out of pocked including first month. Good luck!
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    You're welcome beancounterny. There is indeed $1,500 lease cash + $1,000 loyalty on the '13 Murano right now. There's another $250 for St. Patrick's day weekend as well in your area.

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  • Hi All. First off thank you for all the useful information. I am currently negotiating on a 2013 AWD Murano SL with Nav in NJ. So far I am being quoted $475 per month (including taxes) with $1000 out of pocket (registration fees and first month)

    Breakdown is :

    Selling price: $38,500
    Lease factor: .00119
    Term: 39 months
    Incentives: $2500

    Do you think I am getting a good deal
  • mdspinnermdspinner Posts: 14
    Carman, do you have numbers on Murano SL for the northeast?

    MF?
    Residual for $12,000?

    Any incentives on lease?

    thanks!
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hello mdspinner. Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s April buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Murano SL AWD with 12,000 miles per year are .00119 and 54% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    In the Northeastern U.S. Nissan is providing a $1,500 cash incentive on leases of the '13 Murano right now.

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  • bansasbansas Posts: 2
    My wife's 2010 Murano SL is about to mature. Residual is 16,500 + 7% sales tax. The car is virtually spotless with less than 20,000mi. My question is, does it make sense to buy it since we have some inherent equity? Trade in was around 22,000. or try to negotiate for a newer model with bluetooth and NAV, (the only thing she wishes she had gotten)?? The dealer says it would'nt be a smart move based on his "Black Book". Thanks for the help as always..
  • eric312eric312 Posts: 71
    My lease on 2010 is ending on 12/1. Does Nissan currently offer early lease terminations or will they just add remaining monthly payments into the new lease?

    Also, when will 2014 Murano come out? Will there be any special discounts on 2013 right before 2014 comes out?

    Thank you
  • unity520unity520 Posts: 7
    I am in the same boat as you my lease ends. Same truck and same mileage. The truck goes back next december. I wanted to see if it was possible to trade in the truck towards the lease of a new pathfinder? What did you end up doing?
  • bansasbansas Posts: 2
    I bought it from Nissan LT for 18K. I had to go through a credit union because they said they can't sell directly. So I went to the Nissan dealer in Savannah to see what they do....
    How about tack on an additional $900. Fees and "additional dealer profit of $500", no thanks.
    Oh and by the way when I get ready to turn in my other 2010 Nissan I won't be buying another from them.
  • I'm in 36 of a 39 mo lease on a 2010 Murano. I'm 12K over on miles (.15/mile) and will probably be 15.5K over in month 39. Residual will be about $17.9K. Original lease was for 15,000/year.

    I hadn't decided whether to buy the car or try to get a deal on a new one. I was planning on going to the dealership this week to see what deals might be available.

    I got rear-ended last night. (Happy 4th of July!) The car's not in great shape, although it is driveable. Rear hatch won't open. The right side's been pushed forward and passenger rear door won't open. Lights & signals are all okay.

    The driver who hit me's insurance company already contacted me & accepted full responsibility. My guess, based on what was paid when I got rear ended 2 years ago is there's got to be at least $6,000 in body work (trunk, rear quarter panel, rear door), and who knows if the frame's been affected. After being rear ended twice, I really don't want to keep the car. It's just not "lucky," or "bad Karma" or whatever you want to call it.

    Should I get the repair work done before turning in the car, or try to get the dealer to take it in its current condition? I would think the dealer could see an opportunity to make a lot of money on the repairs, and even though the car's not a candidate for a "Pre-owned Certified" resale, all that repair money could be in the dealers pocket instead of a 3rd party body shop. If that's the case, I was hoping it would put me in a better bargaining position for a new car than I would have been before the accident. You know, I'm looking for a silver lining in this cloud.

    I'm just wondering if anyone has any thoughts about how a dealership will see the situation?

    I'm in Northern NJ.
  • steevosteevo Posts: 330
    car_man ,
    Can you post the July 36 and 24 month MF and residual values for a 2013 Murano LE AWD with 15000 miles per year?
    Thanks!
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi scubadave1. Sorry to hear about your accident. I hope that everyone is OK. That by far is the most important thing. While it's never fun to be in an accident, if everyone is healthy it could have always been worse.

    Interesting theory. I personally don't think that returning a destroyed vehicle at lease-end would work to your advantage during negotiations. But, you can always ask the dealer and see what they say. You'll probably be better off just fixing your car and returning it. Let us know if you hear anything different.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Certainly steevo. Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s July buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Murano LE AWD with 15,000 miles per year are .00161 and 49% for consumers who quality for its top credit tier.

    A 24-month lease will definitely be a lot more expensive than a 36-month lease.

    What state are you in? I ask because Nissan is providing cash incentives on leases of this vehicle right now in certain areas.

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  • Thanks for the response. The driver who hit me has Geico and they just gave me their estimate: $9878!. Bumper, quarter panel, floor, liftgate, and a bunch of other items I don't even remember, and a lot of labor charges. They assumed 100% responsibility and guarantee the work will be done to the dealers specifications.

    The claims adjuster was surprised there were no injuries. I guess the Murano's a well made car, or I was very lucky. She hit me hard enough to set her airbags off.

    How she could miss seeing a Murano on an open, empty road is beyond me. Well, not really, she was probably texting.

    Meanwhile, the insurer got me a rental car, a Ford Edge Limited, and I'm really enjoying driving it. This was my third Murano, maybe it's time to try something else......
  • steevosteevo Posts: 330
    edited July 2013
    New York. Cross shopping a few cars for the wife, first choice is a BMW X3 .
  • eric312eric312 Posts: 71
    My lease on 2010 is ending on 12/1. Does Nissan currently offer early lease terminations or will they just add remaining monthly payments into the new lease?

    Also, when will 2014 Murano come out? Will there be any special discounts on 2013 right before 2014 comes out?

    Based on Google searches 2015 Murano will be completely redesigned. Does anyone know when it will be coming out?

    Are there any special incentives on Murano leases in New York city?
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