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2013 and earlier Nissan Rogue Lease Questions

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  • lfcarlfcar Posts: 3
    this is a great deal even if you follow the national lease incentive directly. If you venture with a different model or MSRP just ensure the monthly amount doesn't change too much in comparison with the change in MSRP.
  • Can someone give me the residual and money factor on a Murano 2010 S with 12 k miles per year on both a 36 and 39 month lease?
    Thanks guys appreciate your help
    Rob
  • lfcarlfcar Posts: 3
    Just leased the Rogue for $305 per month, 39 months with 15k miles per year. Only $330 total out of pocket up front!
    S Model with 360 degree package. MSRP was $22940 on the vehicle.

    Residual 60% for 39 months 15 k miles per year. 61% for 12k miles. 63% on an AWD Model
    Money factor.0024.

    Easiest way to deal on this is go to edmunds and request a quote from ALL of the Nissan dealers in your area for the Rogue. Be VERY specific when you start getting responses with the deal you want....You will see some come in at $370-$385 with $0 down. With minimal pushback, simply explain you want to pay $299 (or less) per month with $0 down on the S model... They all can make this deal as I had no less than 3 dealers give me the same deal.

    best wishes
    Larry :)
  • Hey thanks a lot for the info!
    I am a little bit confused with the 306 number you negotiated... was that on an AWD 39 month 15k ? if so is the residual 63 percent?

    I calculated an S model with the 360 degree package based on an MSRP of 22940 with a residual of 60% on 39month 15k miles. These are the numbers I came up with .. correct me if im wrong....
    22940 x 60% = 13764
    22940 - 13764 = 9176
    9176 / 39 = 235.28

    36704 x .0024(money factor) = 88.08

    235.28 + 88.08 = 323.36

    This is without taxes... please tell me how you got to the 306.. I did not include the $330 out of pocket you put down because I dont know if that was for destination etc.
    Thanks
    Rob
  • Hi Carla. Since you are new to leasing, you definitely should check out the following informative articles that are available here at Edmunds.com prior to visiting any dealers: 10 Steps to Leasing a New Car and Calculate Your Own Lease Payment.

    In short, the best way to negotiate a good deal on a leased vehicle is to shop around for the lowest possible selling price on the vehicle that you want and then have the dealer calculate its payment using its buy rate lease money factor.

    I believe that Nissan is providing a $1,000 cash incentive on leases of the 2009 Rogue right now in your area. Given that incentive and the dealer cash that's currently available on this model, I suspect that you will be able to negotiate a selling price of around $1,000 under dealer invoice. You can look up the invoice price of the exact model that you want over in the New Vehicle Pricing section of this site.

    Once you have a selling price that you're comfortable with, have the dealer calculate your Rogue's lease payment using Nissan's current buy rate money factor of .00241 and you're in business.

    All of the incentives that I mentioned above are scheduled to run through November 2nd. Please feel free to check back with me tomorrow and I should be able to give you an idea of what its new November program is like.

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  • Car_man how are you ? Long time.. you helped me a few years ago with a 350z Lease. Now I am trying to help a friend lease a rogue.
    When you get a hold of the new numbers for Nov on a rogue please let me know the residual and money factor on a 2010 S rogue with 12 k miles on both a 36 and 39 month term.
    Thank you!
    Rob
  • Welcome back Rob. I'm doing very well thanks for asking. Here's the information that you're looking for.

    Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 Rrogue S with 12,000 miles per year are .00241 and 62%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 39 month lease are .00241 and 61%.

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  • I wanted to get your perspective on whether this is a good deal. Could i get a better deal than this?

    2010 Nissan Rogue S AWD
    MSRP = $22500 (includes destination charge)
    39 Month Lease
    12K per year
    Residual = 61%
    Money Factor = .00241
    Taxes + Bank Fee = 1475
    DMV, Title and Registration, Plates = 200
    Monthly = 290

    Out of pocket, I will be paying only DMV, Title, Registration, Plates and first payment = 490
    All other fees and taxes are rolled into my monthly
  • ejkcpaejkcpa Posts: 7
    You did get a good deal but I got a better one.
    2010 Rogue SL AWD
    1000/mo for 39 mo=39000 miles
    No money down. Sign and Drive
    $285/mo
    All I paid was $285 + DMV fees and $75 charge = 528.

    My only complaint is that the SL AWD does not come with camera for backing up.
  • What state/dealer did you get that from - sounds very good - how much at end of lease if you do not purchase?
  • I purchase from Garden City Nissan, in NYS. (Long Island) All leases from NMAC now have a $395 disposition fee at the end of the lease. This began Jan 2009. I checked to make sure!
  • It was from NY City. Should I move forward. They said they would still honor the price?
  • ejkcpaejkcpa Posts: 7
    The dealer is on Long Island not NYC. Saleperson was Victor Paguay. He was wonderful. Not pushy and understood that I did my research and wasn't there to waste time. Tell him I sent you and Good Luck. The only thing was I took a car that they had in stock. It was not my choice of color but it was worth my price.
  • I am in the market to lease 2010 Rogue S with the 360 package or Rogue SL for either 36 or 39 months. 12k miles/yr. What is the selling price, money factor and residual value in I should look for determing the lowest lease payment possible?
  • Hi roberttwr. Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 Rogue S AWD with 12,000 miles per year are .00241 and 62%, respectively.

    Nissan is currently providing a $1,000 cash incentive on leases of this model, but only in certain parts of the country. I would be happy to tell you whether you are eligible for this cash if you tell me what state you are in.

    As far as what selling price to shoot for goes, if I was in the market for a 2010 Rogue, I would shoot for a selling price of a couple hundred dollars over dealer invoice minus the $1,000 if I was eligible for it.

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  • Thank you for the prompt response. I live in massachusetts and am about 20 minutes from the Connecticut border.
  • You're very welcome, roberttwr. You're in luck, Mass is one of the places that the $1,000 cash incentive on NMAC leases is available in.

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  • One last question. I am being told that there is a disposition fee at the end of the lease. The salesman stated that is a Nissan (NMAC I presume) imposed fee which they have started fairly recently. I have never paid a disposition fee before at lease end. Please advise.
  • fmm1fmm1 Posts: 1
    Ejkcpa

    Your SL AWD is a great deal. Couple of quick questions. Did you pay bank acquisition fee of $ 595 as part of the lease or was that waived?

    Did you get leather package and moonroof? What were the options?

    It seems the residual rate was 62%? Please confirm.

    Thank you for sharing.
  • ejkcpaejkcpa Posts: 7
    I did not pay a $595 acq. fee - it was waived. I did not get the leather package with the moonroof. Regular option that the SL comes with.

    Residual rate was 62% - correct.

    I also have in my lease agreement a disposal fee of $395 which I did confirm with NMAC. Nissan began the disposal fees in Jan 2009 however I assume when you return the car and take another Nissan it will be waived. That's just my opinion.
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