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2013 and earlier Nissan Rogue Lease Questions

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  • ReinsReins Posts: 5
    Hey pmman,

    How did you make out with your search? I know I'm still looking, waiting for the deals to get more aggresive.
  • ReinsReins Posts: 5
    Hi Alerman,

    That is a excellent deal, what part of the region did you score this? Did the deal include any kind of rebates like $500 grad discount? That really is an amazing deal, congrats!!! Please share your success story :)
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    Hi clemsonlew. Through yesterday, Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 Rogue SL FWD with 15,000 miles per year were .00325 and 50%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of the AWD version of this truck are exactly the same.

    These are NMAC's February numbers. It is scheduled to introduce its new March lease program at some point later today.

    Its lease program for the 2009 Rogue is significantly better than it is for the 2008 model.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    Hey clemsonlew. Please see my previous post for the information that you are looking for.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    Congratulations on getting your new Rogue, alerman. Thanks for taking the time to share the details of your lease with everyone. If you have the time, make sure to hop on over to the Dealer Ratings & Reviews section of Edmunds.com to share your thoughts on your recent dealer experience with others as well. Enjoy your new ride :shades: !

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,518
    Hi jay761. The Rogue that you are interested in probably has a spread of just under $2,000 between its full MSRP and its dealer invoice price. You were quoted a dealer discount of $1,900 on it. That is a very good price. You might be able to shave another $100 or $200 off of this vehicle's price, but this is close to as good as it is going to get. Just make sure that the dealer that you are working with is using NMAC's current buy rate lease money factor to calculate your car's monthly payment and you're all set.

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  • phearnsphearns Posts: 6
    Hi. I live in NY and have been looking at various dealers for a 2009 Rogue SL AWD with a premium package and moonroof. The cars Manufacturers price is $27,500 and the selling price is $24,000. I was quoted $335 form 39 months. I would have to pay the first month, about $260 for plates (seerms high) and with the bank fees....a total of $1500 down. I was wondering if you could tell me what the bank fees are supposed to be? Does this seem right to you?
    I would like to lease the Rogue but am afraid I am being ripped off.

    Thaks, Phearns
  • scubadoo2scubadoo2 Posts: 13
    I just leased one with premium, roof & leather, MSRP $29,200 for $327 month with tax, bank fee & mv fees down. 15,000 miles per year too. Bank Fees are set by the auto finance company and are non-negotiable. It's basically what used to be known as Gap Insurance because your own auto insurance will only pay up to the cars book value which is usually much less than what you owe the bank on a lease.
  • phearnsphearns Posts: 6
    Scubadoo2......Thanks for the info. I was just wondering where you did this sale? Did you put down $1500 too..... I am rolling the taxes into the lease. Do u think I should try to negotiate further? $335 is the lowest rate I was offered. Thanks again. Phearns
  • amvb_nycamvb_nyc Posts: 3
    Here's the deal I just made yesterday (in NYC):

    Rogue SL AWD w/ premium and moonroof pkgs (MSRP $27,205)
    39 month lease w/ 12k miles a year
    $2,000 total cash at signing (incl first mo payment, all fees, taxes etc)
    $309 monthly payment
    PLUS they covered my overmileage fees and wear and tear from my previous lease with them (would have been approx $800 total if I didn't get another Nissan).

    Selling price was approx $24,600. Money factor was .00196
    All in all I think it was a good deal...only thing I regret is not pushing for 15k miles.

    What do you guys think?

    P.S. I was told that Nissan just added a $395.00 termination fee to all their leases beginning back in Jan. Has anyone heard of this? Or is the dealer trying to tack something on there. I'm gonna call Nissan Monday morning to confirm.
  • scubadoo2scubadoo2 Posts: 13
    Tax, MVand Bank Fee down. About $2,000. If you roll that into the lease it adds about $30 per $1,000 so about $60. $335 with taxes sounds good.
  • phearnsphearns Posts: 6
    ok...thanks for your help. I hope I get that deal and that they don't come up with any "Surprises".... I think that they think they can when they see a woman. I won't let that happen!
  • hswhsw Posts: 26
    Hey Car Man,
    You were very helpful in my leasing of a G35X last year, and now we are looking to buy or lease a loaded Rogue. Do you have the money factor and residuals for a 10,000 mile lease for the SL AWD? Thanks.
  • slukasslukas Posts: 3
    Hi all,

    I'm new here. What is the residual value for a 2009 FWD Rogue SL, premium leather and moonroof? And what kind of money factor should I expect? I'm just starting to shop...

    Thanks!
  • slukasslukas Posts: 3
    HI HSW,

    Did you ever find out the march numbers? I'm having a hard time tracking down res value and money factor.

    S
  • We just got a Lease offer at our local Nissan dealer. The Nissan Rogue SL AWD with cloth seats, standard radio, and Sunroof. Gross MSRP was 25005.00 and Invoice was 23291.00 - we specifed we didn't want to put any money down, no taxes and tags down, no Acq. Fee, or downpayment. Just sign and drive.

    We also had not the best credit either and are coming off a Jeep lease that is due in two months to be up.

    The offer: $379 / mth 39 months 12,000 mi. per year

    I read also on the Nissan website about a "Lease Disposition Fee" but our dealer didn't tell us anything about this, any thoughts on our deal or this fee?
  • phearnsphearns Posts: 6
    Hi. I'm not sure what a good deal is. I live in NY....went to Nissan dealer today. This is the offer I got for an SL AWD - premium package with moon roof- cloth seats. $327 with $1100 down (plates, first month, and bank fees) Don't know if this is a good deal or not.... would love to hear from anyone who knows. Thanks
  • That sounds like a much better deal than we got offered. The Premium package is a 2230.00 add on, I know the one we got offered has cloth seats and no mention of a 'premium package' even though it is an AWD SL- my dealer didn't have this configuration in stock and he has to get it from another dealer. I won't really know until it gets to him if ours has the premium package option, I would imagine it does though.

    Our dealer was really shady, the first offer was $499 for a 39 month lease for an AWD SL fully loaded leather model per month. I used to sell cars for a living and I laughed at them. You would be surprised though by the amount of people who don't know anything about prices or terms and sign their life away.

    I think compared to our deal, yours looks great. If fact, when we go back - I'll know that we can work ours down more, our only dilemma is not so great credit at all, so we may have to pay a little extra for that fact.

    There are very few dealers that are leasing crossover/suv's currently. We tested a Hyundai VeraCruz which is very similar to the Rouge - even a bit beefier but no leasing was available on this model.
  • phearnsphearns Posts: 6
    Thanks....I think I will go for the deal. Good luck to you.
  • scubadoo2scubadoo2 Posts: 13
    NY. SL, Premium, Leather, Roof, MSRP $29,200. 15,000 year. Tax, Bank Fee, MV Fees up front. $327/month 39 months.
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