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2013 and earlier Nissan Murano Lease Questions

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  • eric312eric312 Posts: 71
    What are the august lease terms for Murano. 39 months, lowest mileage option, NYC.
    Are there any rebates in general and for returning customers in particular?

    I saw on their website that there is 2450 equipment allowance. Does that mean i have to get car with options to use this discount?
  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,906
    The money factor for 39 month leases of the 2013 Murano is .00161 for the top credit tier.

    Residual value is dependent on trim level.

    39 mo. 15K/yr residuals:

    53% for S AWD
    50% for SL and SV AWD
    48% for LE AWD

    regards,
    kyfdx

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  • whitallwhitall Posts: 187
    I was curious about that also. Does the equip allowance apply to leases? It excludes option code G92, but I can't find what that package is. I bet it's the nav package that I want on an SL!

    Wait, for the lease cash of 3050 it Must include G92, while the equip allowance above says it does NOT include G92....I guess if you want G92 you should lease! Or, if you lease a car without G92 you get less $. I wish I knew what G92 was.

    Would I take that $3050 off of the invoice price if I wanted to lease a car with the G92 package? Just clarifying that it's not built into the pricing already.
  • maxlevmaxlev Posts: 22
    edited September 2013
    Hello--

    Wondering if anyone knows the September Lease Specs for a Murano SV 2WD in Los Angeles, CA area?

    39 month 12k miles
    Residual?
    Money Factor?
    Incentives?

    Thanks!!!
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  • jmds18jmds18 Posts: 1
    edited October 2013
    I live in New York state and never leased a vehicle before, so this is entirely foreign to me.

    I'd like to lease a 2013 AWD Murano SL for 39 months (12,000 mi/yr) and keep my payment to under $400/mo.

    So far, I received the following offer:

    Selling Price: $38,180.00
    After discounts and rebates: $32,430.00
    Doc Fee: $75.00
    Tax: $1493.21
    Net Price/Balance: $34,790.71

    With $3000 down my payments would be $410/mo.
    With $3500 down my payments would be $396/mo.
    With $4000 down my payments would be $382/mo.

    Does this seem like a fair deal?
    I was hoping to get my payments to under $400 with $3K down.

    How does one find out the residual value of the vehicle?

    Any input or suggestions for me would be greatly appreciated!
  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,906
    The residual on a 2013 Murano SL AWD for 39 mo. 12K mi/yr is 52% of the MSRP..

    Given the numbers you've provided, the lease calculation appears to be correct (give or take $3/mo..)

    If you want the price under $400/mo. with $3000 down, you'll have to get them to discount the price of the vehicle another $360.. If that's what you really want, just ask them for it.. and see what happens.

    regards,
    kyfdx

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  • dandgdandg Posts: 74

    Trying to help a friend,she was quoted

    2013 Murano SV MSRP 36380 Cap Cost 33000

    Residual 50% factor .00028 (I think he meant .0028 2995 down additional 1699 due at signing(+595 "acquisition fee" and 370 "administrative fee" plus first month 239.

    How bad is this and any suggestions on were to push it lower ? many thanks in advance

  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,906

    The MF is .00028 and the residual is 50%.

    To get to $239, the CAP cost would have to be about $27000.. so, a selling price of $30K minus the $2995 down. I'm assuming 36mo, 15K/yr lease.

    I'm not that familiar with what sort of discount you can get on a 2013 Murano, but the deal doesn't look bad on the surface, other than the way it's structured. I would just as soon roll the $2995 into the lease, and up the payment to around $317.

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  • dandgdandg Posts: 74

    Thanks, She is still trying to negotiate it now

  • Stever@EdmundsStever@Edmunds YooperlandPosts: 38,978

    Please visit the 2014 Nissan Murano Lease Questions discussion for current 2014 model year lease questions.

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