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Dealer Lease vs AutoBroker Lease Nissan Rouge 2021 AWD S

freckles13freckles13 Member Posts: 7
edited January 2021 in Nissan
NYC Dealer Lease-$299 a month-$3500 down payment-1st payment $299,Cap cost reduct-$1495,tax $1373, Reg fee $334,,says bank fee incl in lease payment price $18 a month. Auto Lease Broker-$299 a month. Zero down due at signing-1st month $299, bank fee $650, Reg fee-$350, tax $1321. Total due at signing $2620.

Seems Auto Lease Broker better deal. Any comments about "deals" or dealing with Auto Lease Broker would be appreciated.

Comments

  • tjc78tjc78 Member Posts: 15,900
    I’ve never worked with Auto Lease Broker before but on my last lease I worked with a different one found on a leasing website.

    It was a pretty easy transaction. Paid his fee once he showed me the exact unit (dealer website) and from there he sent my information to the dealer and I finished the transaction with them (credit app, etc).

    It’s a good way to get a solid deal with little legwork. On my previous lease I duplicated the broker deal minus fee so I came out ahead (but it took dozens of email quotes and negotiations to get there). On this one I was having trouble getting the broker deal direct plus the broker’s car was the exact spec I wanted.

    Any other questions, let me know.

    2023 Mercedes EQE 350 4Matic / 2022 Ram 1500 Bighorn, Built to Serve

  • nyccarguynyccarguy Member Posts: 16,417
    I leased my current 2019 Tacoma through a broker. Yes you are paying someone to shop for you. The broker’s deal was $100 per month cheaper than the local dealer’s price. The process was so easy that it felt like I was cheating.

    2001 Prelude Type SH, 2022 Highlander XLE AWD, 2022 Wrangler Sahara 4Xe, 2023 Toyota Tacoma SR 4WD

  • dad23dad23 Member Posts: 869
    edited January 2021
    I just leased a 2021 Tacoma from a broker last week. As @nyccarguy said, they don't work for free, although I sent him the stock # from the dealer so his effort was minimal. They do charge a fee, but it was much less than the $499-$599 D&H and other fees the dealer was charging. I was able to still take advantage of the rebate from Toyota, but went through a credit union that had the same residual value, but a lower money factor making it about 1.5% less. I had driven one before contacting the broker, so our dealings were 100% over email, set an appointment to pick it up and was in and out in less than 30 minutes.
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