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Infiniti G37 Lease Questions



  • d2g37ipld2g37ipl Posts: 4
    What residual percentage can I expect for a 24 and 36 month lease for a G37 IPL 6MT?

  • bccar911bccar911 Posts: 1
    Sacramento California

    2012 G37 Coupe Premium and Nav Package
    List Price: $45,230
    Sale Price: $40,151

    I'll be leasing. 39 months, 10k miles/year. Prob put about 1k down. Money Factor 0.00179. Depreciation is 59%. Not sure how much the payments would be.

    Looking at the board in other states the sales prices are way lower.

  • dantartadantarta Posts: 1
    Planning to lease next week in Dallas, TX
    - MSRP is 45,095
    - invoice is 41,552

    Targeting following lease:
    - 41,200 as sales price
    - lease for 39 months
    - 10,000 miles/year
    - zero down (excluding TTL)

    What is the residual value and money factor for this model in April?

  • madison4madison4 Posts: 3

    I lost my 01 Acura TL to a texting driver. Settled with the insurance company, and have identified a G37x with the Sport package or a G37 IPL.

    I have good credit, and also own an older truck as a second vehicle. Since the accident in January, I was laid off. So not having a current salary can be an issue with a lease or financed purchase. My solution is to either pay cash, and likely by a used G37. Or, could I prepay the lease in full at signing to negate any issue with my current unemployment ? Based on the factors shown on this forum, I could prepay a lease for about 1/2 of what I would pay in cash for a used G37.

    Any advice on how to negotiate a prepaid lease, and does this allow me to seek a lower than common money factor based on the lessened risk with prepayment ?
  • Hi Car man:
    what is the residual for G37 and G37X sedan for 10,000 and 12,000 miles for 36 month?
  • Wow sorry to hear about your accident madison4. That stinks.

    Many banks allow lessees to pre-pay for their entire lease in advance. Pre-paid leases are not interest-free, but they do provide lessees with a discount on the interest rate that is charged on their vehicle. I don't know exactly how much of a discount in the money factor IFS provides on pre-paid leases though.

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  • Hello johnwang2010. Infiniti Financial Services' April buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 G37 Sedan Journey with 12,000 miles per year are .00040 and 57%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a '12 G37X Sedan are .00030 and 57%.

    The residual values for leases with only 10,000 miles per year are 1% higher.

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  • Hi, I just have a quick question and to see if anyone has a good way to solve this legal issue.

    I went into a dealership and leased a g37 coupe, the deal was for 12k, but the lease contract said it's for 10k only, but i didn't look at it ( i know, it's my fault) until i got the payment in mail and it stated that the lease was for 10k not 12k. So i called back and talked to the sale person and he was nice enough and said 12k was the deal in his notes and that the financial guy screwed up but unfortunately there is nothing he can do. He said he will put a note in the system stating that our car is actually 12k instead of 10k so when we return the car in 3 years, we won't have to pay for the extra 6k we drive. He couldn't give me that in paper though, and he said he couldn't redo the lease

    my question is, is there a way that i can get something like this in writing or have they re do the lease?

    i know it's my fault not reading it clearly when signing contract, but i thought the finance guy needs to go over everything on the lease when we sign it, and obviously we would catch this mistake if he actually go over one by one

    any suggestion?
    thank you
  • Sorry to hear about this situation, cloud51620. Unfortunately, if your contract states 10,000 miles per year I find it very, very unlikely that a note in the dealership's computer is going to protect you from having to pay an excess mileage penalty if you actually drive 12,000 miles per year.

    I think that your only option at this point would be to elevate this issue to a manager at the dealership, not just the salesperson. They might be able to at least provide you with some free service or something for your trouble. They probably will not be able to unwind your deal or change your mileage allowance though.

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  • warz00warz00 Posts: 31
    Car Man - Do you have May MF/Resid for 2012 G37X Sedean with 12k miles? Thx!
  • sopiercesopierce Posts: 3
    In talks with a dealer on a 2012 G37 Journey, Blue Slate/Stone.
    Nav, Premium Package, and Interior Accents.
    MSRP - 42,435
    Price - 39,122
    10k miles / 39 months
    Residual is 57%
    MF 0.00017

    $422.52 + tax a month with only first month's payment due at signing.

    How does this deal sound? Does anyone know the incentives they're running right now? Last I saw was that there was $3,000 manufacturer to dealer incentive on the g37, with that being said I feel like sales price is still high.

    Also, I'm a new graduate (within the last 2 years) and would qualify for their graduate program. Does anyone know what all this would include on a lease, their website is very vague about this incentive.
  • Hi Car_Man - could you please post the May lease rates on a 2012 G37x Sedan with 15K miles / year on a 36 month lease? Thanks!
  • Here you go warz00. Honda Finance's May buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 G37X Sedan with 12,000 miles per year are .00001 and 56%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

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  • Hi sopierce. the money factor that you were quoted is right on the, well money. That's a good thing.

    The selling price that you were quoted looks good as well. The $3,000 dealer cash incentive that you mentioned is not compatible with the G37's lease program. There is a $750 cash incentive on leases of this car in most areas that is however.

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  • Here's the information that you're looking for aninfiniti2012. Infiniti Financial Services' May buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 G37x Sedan with 15,000 miles per year are .00001 and 55%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

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  • Thanks for the info and quick reply Car_man!
  • buckeye377buckeye377 Posts: 2
    i recently leased a G37X $46755 sticker price. 39 month lease with 15000 miles. i put a total of $2500 down that included first month payment along with a $500 dealer rebate. my residual is $26182. i was wondering if i got a good deal on this car
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 122,989
    Hard to tell without either the selling price and/or the monthly payment?

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • You're very welcome aninfiniti2012.

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  • boomer775boomer775 Posts: 12
    Car Man,

    Need your opinion on this offer from the dealer, as the numbers he gave me don't add up.

    G37X with Premium, Sport, Nav & floor mats
    12K miles
    Selling Price - 40,581
    Sticker - 44,545
    Residual - 56%
    MF - .0008 - this seems to be higher than what you have quoted above. I am in NY (11725) - not sure if it makes that much of a difference though
    Due at signing - 1,297
    Monthly Payment - $439/mos - taxes included
    I am getting the full 1000 loyalty cash

    Based on the formula to calculate a lease payment, I don't know how he is getting to this number. It's actually less than what I am paying now on a 2009 with all the same packages except the Nav, and I actually put down slightly more up front...

    It looks like a good deal on the surface, but something just doesn't add up in my opinion... Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated - thanks!
  • buckeye377buckeye377 Posts: 2
    sorry my monthly payment is $515
  • sopiercesopierce Posts: 3
    So I wrote before, but thought I would give an update. Here is the finalized deal for a 2012 g37 sedan journey, with premium, nav, interior accents, and illuminated kick plates:

    39 Month Lease
    MSRP $42,655
    Sales price: $38,000
    12k miles a year residual 56%
    MF 0.00017
    Total money due at signing $400.
    $375 a month + tax.
  • malkasgambitmalkasgambit Posts: 1
    edited May 2012
    Was doing thinking about the whole leasing vs buying question of eternity - hoping you guys can correct me if I'm wrong here:

    Let's say I buy this used 2011 with 20k miles for $35k. - - - z0-x9ja7g/90025/20000/good/4ymj30/3b365u/o42yfr/t_curve (After 10% sales tax I end up paying 38,500. Ill put $10k down and take $28.5k loan at 3.5% over 60 months.)

    Next, lets say I drive it for 3 years @10kmiles/yr and then sell for $25k which is the truecar determined value: - - - 6x-x7qze5/90025/50000/good/4ymfmy/3b32xa/o1n5d0h_1n5d1a/t_curve

    Therefore, to determine how much I've lost, it would be (38.5k + 2.5k (the amount I'd lose due to APR over 3 years on loan)) - 25k which is $16k in loss.

    The lease deal I was offered on G37 sport fully-equipped is $2k drive-off and $400/mo including all fees/taxes...e.g. $16.4k over 3 years, pretty close to the amount I'd lose in a buy, except I get a new car and don't have to spend time finding the right used car/selling in 3 yrs.

    Unless there's something I'm not thinking about, seems pretty close decision either way.
  • james9487james9487 Posts: 9
    edited May 2012
    The lease option would probably also include costs like a disposition fee at lease end if you don't buy it (or a purchase fee if you do) of 395(?). Plus they'll make you buy new tires, I'd bet, even if they still have some life in them.

    But like you said, a lease is nice/convenient because it's a new car and you don't have to worry about selling it at the end of the term. And I'm not familiar with inifiniti's lease coverage, but I'm thinking most or all maintenance is included. And what you could resell the used car for in three years is obviously a rough estimate; I'd think it could be +/- 1500 depending on the market at the time.
  • kingpcgeekkingpcgeek Posts: 1,051
    There are certain minimums tire depths that are required for lease return. Chances are before 36,000 miles you have already had to buy new tires for your car (I've had to) so the need to buy new tires at lease turn in shouldn't be a concern

    Zero maintenance is covered by an Infiniti lease.
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  • drjcool1drjcool1 Posts: 45

    I too am in the market for a similar vehicle....possible with the tech package as well. I am on Long Island too. Were you happy with the salesman and the dealership? would you share the name of the dealership and salesperson please?
  • boomer775boomer775 Posts: 12
    I am working with competition infiniti out in Smithtown, but I am not happy with the experience to this point. This is potentially my 3rd car from them, and I am getting the typical sales bs that I would expect out of a chevy dealer. The #'s I posted earlier aren't that good, actually, even on a 39 month lease. Just keep in mind that I am eligible for 1000 in loyalty cash on top of the current 1500 lease cash for May. Even w/o the loyalty cash, the leasing program on the g37x is extremely strong compared to audi, lexus, bmw, etc... .00001 MF equates to like .024% interest rate!

    I am reaching out to infiniti of manhasset - they are top-rated on, so hopefully my experience will be better. Hope that helps
  • stevecar1stevecar1 Posts: 2
    I'm interested in leasing g37 convertible. The first offer I received is $7200 out of pocket at signing $455 a month, tax is paid upfront as well as all other fees. This is a premium package car . (nav,cameraetc.) and 12,000 miles a year. Does this seem
    High for the out of pocket?
  • james9487james9487 Posts: 9
    Wow. 7200 out of pocket? Yes, that's way too high. If someone crashed into you a month after you drove off the lot, you lose all of that. Infiniti gets the insurance money and your contract is cancelled...but you don't get back anything you paid up front.

    Conventional wisdom is to pay as little as you can up front. Unless you're putting money down as a security deposit to lower your interest rate, that's recommended from what I've been reading.
  • Boomer775, the money factor that you were quoted is definitely too high. Infiniti Financial Services' May buy rate for a 36-month lease of a G37 Sedan X is .00001.

    Using an MSRP of $44,545, a selling price of $40,581, a money factor of .00001 and a residual value of 56%, I estimate that this car would have a zero down, pre-tax monthly payment of around $435.

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