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Nissan GT-R Lease Questions

drawandrawan Posts: 5
edited January 16 in Nissan

Looking into a 2015 Nissan GT-R. Ideally would like to lease, anyone have the money factor and residual for a 36 month lease 12k vs 15k miles? I'm not sure if people are only seeing MSRP or how close to Invoice if deals are being thrown out there on the 2015? Thanks in advance guys

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,810

    @drawan said:
    Looking into a 2015 Nissan GT-R. Ideally would like to lease, anyone have the money factor and residual for a 36 month lease 12k vs 15k miles? I'm not sure if people are only seeing MSRP or how close to Invoice if deals are being thrown out there on the 2015? Thanks in advance guys

    .00197 MF and 54% residual for the base coupe. 36mo, 15K/yr

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  • drawandrawan Posts: 5

    @kyfdx said:
    .00197 MF and 54% residual for the base coupe. 36mo, 15K/yr

    Hey thanks for the response, but how about 36 mo 12k/yr, how does that affect the residual?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,810

    I'm going to have to check my Nissan figures. Nissan used to be a 1% addition for 12K/yr, but it may be 2% now.

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  • Are the lease number the same for a 2014? I'm looking into a 2014 black edition 36 months/10k miles. What are MF and res?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,810

    @abcut973 said:
    Are the lease number the same for a 2014? I'm looking into a 2014 black edition 36 months/10k miles. What are MF and res?

    .00197 MF and 48% residual

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  • raloraralora Miramar, FLPosts: 188
    What are the November lease numbers for a Premium 36mo. lease 12k & 15k?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,810
    ralora said:

    What are the November lease numbers for a Premium 36mo. lease 12k & 15k?


    .00197 MF and 52%/51% residual.

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  • raloraralora Miramar, FLPosts: 188
    Is this correct? Based on MSRP of $101,185 & a Cap Cost of $79,831 and no other fees, for a 36mo/15k payment with 6% tax = $1,077.90
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    ralora said:

    Is this correct? Based on MSRP of $101,185 & a Cap Cost of $79,831 and no other fees, for a 36mo/15k payment with 6% tax = $1,077.90

    I'm getting $1105.58/mo after tax.

    Is it possible to get such a large discount on the GT-R, or is that with a cap cost reduction?

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  • eds15eds15 Posts: 13
    what's the latest money factor and residuals for 2015 GT-R? Please let me know ASAP. Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    eds15 said:

    what's the latest money factor and residuals for 2015 GT-R? Please let me know ASAP. Thanks

    What lease term and how many miles per year?

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  • eds15eds15 Posts: 13
    36-month lease and 12K miles. Can you also provide for 10K and 15K miles?
  • eds15eds15 Posts: 13
    BTW, don't the rates vary by credit level? Please assume top credit (around 800). Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    edited December 2014
    eds15 said:

    what's the latest money factor and residuals for 2015 GT-R? Please let me know ASAP. Thanks

    eds15 said:

    36-month lease and 12K miles. Can you also provide for 10K and 15K miles?

    eds15 said:

    BTW, don't the rates vary by credit level? Please assume top credit (around 800). Thanks

    .00197 and 52% for 36/12. Add 1% for 10K, subtract 1% for 15K.

    We only quote numbers for top tier credit.

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  • Hey I'm interested in leasing a 2015 gtr premium I've saw msrps as low as 90 is that a good deal? Also what is correct residual for 24 month 10k and 36 months? And what am I looking out for monthly payments and what is the money factor?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    cskates said:

    Hey I'm interested in leasing a 2015 gtr premium I've saw msrps as low as 90 is that a good deal? Also what is correct residual for 24 month 10k and 36 months? And what am I looking out for monthly payments and what is the money factor?

    .00197 MF and 59% (24/10) or 53% (36/10).

    We wouldn't be able to model a payment unless we knew both the MSRP and net cap cost.

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  • Michaell said:
    Hey I'm interested in leasing a 2015 gtr premium I've saw msrps as low as 90 is that a good deal? Also what is correct residual for 24 month 10k and 36 months? And what am I looking out for monthly payments and what is the money factor?
    .00197 MF and 59% (24/10) or 53% (36/10). We wouldn't be able to model a payment unless we knew both the MSRP and net cap cost.
    What if the msrp is 104k and negotiated    price is 89k. How much would the monthly payment be? And is the residual based off of the msrp or the price you paid for the car? Thanks for your response!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    cskates said:


    Michaell said:

    cskates said:

    Hey I'm interested in leasing a 2015 gtr premium I've saw msrps as low as 90 is that a good deal? Also what is correct residual for 24 month 10k and 36 months? And what am I looking out for monthly payments and what is the money factor?

    .00197 MF and 59% (24/10) or 53% (36/10).

    We wouldn't be able to model a payment unless we knew both the MSRP and net cap cost.

    What if the msrp is 104k and negotiated    price is 89k. How much would the monthly payment be? And is the residual based off of the msrp or the price you paid for the car? Thanks for your response!

    Pre-tax, the 24/10 payment is $1447.88 and the 36/10 payment is $1225.03.

    Residual is based off the MSRP.

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  • Would be be a lot cheaper to get a 2014? I see some of the 14s going for as low as 80k I believe the msrp is around 101k.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    cskates said:

    Would be be a lot cheaper to get a 2014? I see some of the 14s going for as low as 80k I believe the msrp is around 101k.

    While the delta in the sales price to MSRP is better, the residual is 4% lower for the 2014 model, which negates any advantage there may be.

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  • ralora said:
    Is this correct? Based on MSRP of $101,185 & a Cap Cost of $79,831 and no other fees, for a 36mo/15k payment with 6% tax = $1,077.90
    Michaell said:
    Would be be a lot cheaper to get a 2014? I see some of the 14s going for as low as 80k I believe the msrp is around 101k.
    While the delta in the sales price to MSRP is better, the residual is 4% lower for the 2014 model, which negates any advantage there may be.
    I want to be in the 1050-1100 range while also being able to buy the car at a reasonable price at the end. How is his only 1077 with 15k miles and mine is 1225 with 10k miles a year?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    cskates said:


    ralora said:

    Is this correct? Based on MSRP of $101,185 & a Cap Cost of $79,831 and no other fees, for a 36mo/15k payment with 6% tax = $1,077.90


    Michaell said:

    cskates said:

    Would be be a lot cheaper to get a 2014? I see some of the 14s going for as low as 80k I believe the msrp is around 101k.

    While the delta in the sales price to MSRP is better, the residual is 4% lower for the 2014 model, which negates any advantage there may be.

    I want to be in the 1050-1100 range while also being able to buy the car at a reasonable price at the end. How is his only 1077 with 15k miles and mine is 1225 with 10k miles a year?

    I calculate the 36/10 payment on the 2014 (MSRP $101K, selling price $80K) at $1102.60 pre-tax.

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  • What are the current leasing numbers (RV/MF) for a 2015 GT-R Premium? There is one near me with a selling price of 89,995 (103,000 MSRP). Want to know if a monhtly payment under 1k is realistic (0 down). I have not asked the dealer to lower the 89,995 price tag but is that something that could possibly happen?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    tnkrup said:

    What are the current leasing numbers (RV/MF) for a 2015 GT-R Premium? There is one near me with a selling price of 89,995 (103,000 MSRP). Want to know if a monhtly payment under 1k is realistic (0 down). I have not asked the dealer to lower the 89,995 price tag but is that something that could possibly happen?

    .00197 and 53% for 36/15. Using those numbers with your MSRP and selling price results in a pre-tax payment of $1192.65. To get the payment under $1000/mo pre-tax would mean a selling price of about $83,000.

    Will the dealer go that low? Don't know unless you ask.

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  • The MF won't go any lower than .00197? Would the RV be higher with a 12k or 10k lease? I don't need 15k.

    The car has been sitting on the lot for 3 months. I was going to see if they would do 85k.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,810
    tnkrup said:

    The MF won't go any lower than .00197? Would the RV be higher with a 12k or 10k lease? I don't need 15k.

    The car has been sitting on the lot for 3 months. I was going to see if they would do 85k.


    +1% for 12K/yr or +2% for 10K/yr

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  • Any info on the MF? Is .00197 the lowest? Even with Tier 1 plus credit?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    tnkrup said:

    Any info on the MF? Is .00197 the lowest? Even with Tier 1 plus credit?

    .00197 is the base rate for the GT-R - can't go any lower.

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  • cskatescskates Posts: 8
    Has anything changed on the gtrs? I was looking at a few that were left over. If I were to get a 2015 lease for 36 months 10k a year 85k neg price and 103k msrp how much would it be?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,103
    cskates said:
    Has anything changed on the gtrs? I was looking at a few that were left over. If I were to get a 2015 lease for 36 months 10k a year 85k neg price and 103k msrp how much would it be?
    .00197 MF. Residual varies on trim - which are you looking at?

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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