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2013 and earlier Nissan Murano Lease Questions



  • dechodecho Posts: 16
    edited September 2010
    Hi Car_Man (or others),
    is Nisan still- as of September-offering lease loyalty for returning Murano leasees?
    Any help or information would be appreciated.
  • Yes they still do $1500
    Got mine today when i picked up a my 2010 SL

    here is the Deal i got
    Murano SL 2010
    360 Package
    Premium Package
    Leather Package
    Roof Rail

    I believe MSRP was just over $37000
    Sale Price was almost $34100(which is i believe is pretty much invoice)
    $500 Labor Day
    $1500 Loyalty
    $750 Some other rebate
    So the car was just over $31k pretty much 6k off msrp
    39month 12k miles a year
    $400 a month including tax
    $2925 total out pf packet including all the fees

    the dealer threw in free oil changes for the life of the lease as long as i come to that dealer, protection package that covers interior damage or any outside paint damage due to weather.

    Ummm i think this is it, but i may be missing something else they threw in there
  • Hi decho. I believe that nylife is correct. The loyalty incentives that Nissan was providing on its models last month still seem to be available in September.

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  • shadowjack1965shadowjack1965 Posts: 5
    edited September 2010

    Like many I just found this site and wanted to know if the lease I'm about to sign is a good deal or not. I appreciate anyone's feedback!

    We're dealing with Gerald Nissan in Naperville, IL (Chicago area).

    2010 Murano SL
    MSRP: $32,060
    Tech package - $1500
    Splash Guards - $125
    Freight/Destination - $800 (not sure if this is b/c they have to travel to find our vehicle or not)
    Nav - $1850
    Premium package - $1,000
    Floor mats - $105
    Moon Roof - $1200
    Leather Package - $1200
    Total - $40,320

    I asked the salesman if he would give me the pertinent numbers and he said he doesn't know EVERYTHING until they run it through the computer. What he COULD give me was:

    Residual - $20,000
    39 month lease
    12K miles (we'd go for less but don't think they offer it)
    .00190 (I forget what this number is called but he said that's a good number)
    Payments will be $579 per month.
    This includes $6000 trade in (we owe $4300) and $2500 down payment.

    So are we missing anything and/or should we negotiate for better?

    Thanks in advance!
  • Negotiate for better it sound way too much for a Murano
  • What factors can we negotiate?
  • The price of the car, it sounds like you getting a price based on MSRP, negotiate the price to be as close to the dealer invoice as possible then apply the lease factors and see what the price will be like
  • I ran the numbers through Edmunds and it gave me a TMV of:

    Total with Options $40,510 $36,925 $36,994
    Incentives & Rebates -$750
    Customer Cash Adjusted True Market Value $36,244

    So is the TMV a price we should logically be able to obtain through strong negotiations?

    Sorry if this is a noob question, I don't have a lot of experience with leasing.
  • Yes, this is the price you want to AIM for and get as close as possible too
  • We secured 3.1% from BoA on a 72 month loan. I'm sure the dealer is going to argue that the Murano is in high demand and he can get closer to MSRP from the next guy that walks into the dealership, is there anything besides the Edmunds report that one can use while negotiating?

    Wish there was a service online that listed the selling prices of vehicles purchased in the area!

    We close tonight so I appreciate all the feedback you've provided.
  • Go to
    it will tell you what people are paying around you in the area
  • Excellent site, thanks for responding.
  • mijesmijes Posts: 2
    edited September 2010
    I know everyone is asking about whether what they were given was a good deal... so I'd like to do the same! :)

    I don't have a complete break down... but it is for a 2010 Murano SL with 360 package, which includes the Prem and Leather pack. It also has roof rails and splash guards.

    Upfront: $3000 (which includes everything)
    Montly Payment: $390

    I'd appreciate someone's input! Thanks!
  • kingpcgeekkingpcgeek Posts: 1,043
    Only giving an upfront cost (which can mean so many things based on where your are) and a payment are useless to determine the worthiness of a deal.
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  • The MSRP is 37,150. The agreed upon value is 32,064.
    Taxes from NJ are $1206.06
    Aquisition fee $595
    Doc Fee $299
    39 month lease 12,000 miles per year
    Upfront: $3000
    Rebate: $750
  • mijes,

    Does $3000 include taxes? Or just bank, doc fees and first payment?
  • Hello Carman,

    Could you please provide the MF and Residual for the 2010 Murano S FWD for 36 and 39 months. This would be for 10k per year. Thank you.
  • Hello ajpbf7. Here's the information that you're looking for.

    Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s September buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 Murano S FWD with 10,000 miles per year are .00130 and 53%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical 39 month lease are .00130 and 52%.

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  • Hello Carman,

    Could you please provide the MF and Residual for the 2010 Murano SL AWD for 39 months/12k per year. Thank a lot.
  • Here you go valenok.

    Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 39 month lease of a 2010 Murano SL AWD with 12,000 miles per year are 00130 and 50%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers.

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  • Hi, I am looking for suggestions on the lease deal that I was given. I am located in the Midwest. Tax is 6%.

    2010 Murano SL AWD
    Brilliant Silver

    360 package
    Floor mats


    Selling Price:
    $33,612 includes the $750 rebate

    $515 for 39 mos includes tax.
    $625 due at signing which includes 1st month payment.
    12,000 miles per year

    Any thoughts? I appreciate the suggestions.
  • Hello...

    I have a 2007 Murano SL with touring package that I leased.

    The lease will be up in March, and the buyout with purchase option is $16,850.

    It's in good condition (33,000 miles) with normal wear and tear. I want to keep it, but is the price worth it?
  • Hi, the selling price is too high. Both me and another poster another forum got a Murano 2010 new SL with far more options than you listed for 30,000 or less as the selling price.
  • 2010 Murano SL FWD: Premium, leather pkg., 360 value pkg., splash guards, rear retractable cover.

    MSRP: $35590
    Invoice: $325...
    Selling price: $29090 + TTL. includes $1500 rebate.
    Plus dealer is offering 2.9% for 72 months.

    Is this a good price? Thanks in advance.
  • jrue24jrue24 Posts: 11
    Does anybody know the November Money Factors and residuals for either a 2010 Murano SL-Touring Package or a 2011 SL. 36/15K miles? My lease ends in Jan and I am under in mileage so I am trying to decide if I should get a 2010 now and have Nissan wave the last three months or wait until Jan for the 2011. Any advice is appreciated.
  • Hi skoobydoo. I am not personally all that familiar with what the market is like for used Muranos right now, but you should be able to get a decent idea of how much this vehicle is worth by stopping by the Used Cars section of and plugging in its details.

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  • Here's the information that you're looking for, jrue24. Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s November buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 Murano SL with 15,000 miles per year are .00194 and 50%, respectively.

    I wouldn't be in a hurry to get out of my current lease right now unless Nissan is running some sort of official early termination program. Having the dealer eat your final payments will hamper your ability to get the best possible deal on your new vehicle.

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  • jrue24jrue24 Posts: 11
    Thank you Car man. My only reason for thinking of turning in the car early was to get into a left over 2010 but I wanted to compare the rates between a 2010 and 11. I think your right though. I should probably wait until the new year at which point I hope the rates will drop a little and maybe the residual will go up on the 2011. Seems pretty low for a brand new model no?
  • steevosteevo Posts: 383
    Do NOT return the car. Buy it. Now. Get a buyout price and do it over the phone. You will not pay the miles overage if you buy the car before lease end.
  • My vehicle is 41 months old so I can't get the gold-preferred security+plus package that I want.

    I can only get the pre-owned preferred.

    Is anyone fimiliar with this plan and is it worth it? I'll get it from
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