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2013 and earlier Nissan Murano Lease Questions



  • Car-man----thank you very much for your prompt reply. ;)
    I went to Auto Tech Nissan in Manhattan today very good people.
    here is what they offer.
    Murano S AWD 07616 4dr Wgn S w/ac, automatic.
    term 39 - 12000 miles
    MSRP $31,075.00
    Selling price $28,506.00
    monthly payment is $336.20 w/o tax
    could you please let me know if this is correct. please include your residual and money factor.
    thank you. :)
    And I'll hope this is my last dealer ship visit I want this car please help?????
  • Great site here!
    Wondering how this lease deal looks...This is for a 2006 S series FWD Murano with "conveince package". 12k/year
    MSRP is 29,205
    Sell price 26,700
    O down payment...Only tax, title and tags due at signing which is 1,142.
    349/month for 39 months.
    I then brought up my trade in, trying to get payments closer to 300/month.
    With trade in payments would now be 318/month for 39 months...I feel the trade in price was generous as the car does need some work.
    Please let me know what you think. Thanks.
  • terry92270terry92270 Posts: 1,247
    Read the post directly above yours, #245, and you decide.

    I would go to NYC, if you are somewhat near, and lease the better car, with AWD, etc. ;)
  • deal is not good i will tell you right no. $245 is my reply i got my car for 39 month lease AWD, CONV package for 350 including tax. plus got a full gas tank from the dealer.
    you can go it is located on 57th and 11th ave, placed called Autotech Nissan, guys name is Jack Littlefield.
    he will do any thing to make you happy. he is very good guy. you can tell hi that Ilda and Alina got this deal and you want better one he might give oyu if not you will get the same as I got. Good Luck!!!!!! :shades:
  • forgot to mention NO down payment no trade in. :shades:
  • You're welcome ildarad0. The selling price and monthly payment that you were quoted for the Murano that you are interested in look good to me.

    Prices Paid Forum
  • Hi Car man,

    I was wondering if you can tell me if this is a good deal. I've been shopping for a 2006 Nissan Murano for quite awhile now, but still can't make up my mind :)

    06 Murano SL AWD, with Sunroof/Leather package. Lease for 39M, 12K miles / year, 1.37% interest rate, $1500 down (that includes fees/taxes/license/ first month/security), payment $402. The MSRP of the car is $35,240. Residual Value $18,325 (52%). Money factor .00057

    If I can come up with $700 more for a cash down, the payments will be $380. Do you think this is a good deal?
    Is there a way to negotiate the MSRP price with a dealer? Or is it set price that will not change? I want a Murano so much, but I can't affort more than $400/month payments...

    Thank you very much, your help is appreciated!!! :)
  • terry92270terry92270 Posts: 1,247
    Car Man...

    At that price, shouldn't she be able to negotiate one that includes the stability control package as well? I believe it to be absolutely essential on the Mo.

    Clueless, there is a post in this forum, or the Prices Paid one where another forum user from NYC posted a dealer with damn good prices, better than most in your area. ;)
  • Heres my experience. I negotiated Tax and title fees=$2789. 12000mi/yr 39mo. at $370/mo. At time of pick up I was sent to the idiot who offers the extended warranty etc.. I guess hes the finance person. He tried to tack on a $500 nissan lease fee. Non-negotiable. I asked him why wasn't this told to me by the salesperson? He told me that the sales people aren't told about this. What a load of BS! I told them it was dealbraker and of coarse got my way. I'm filing a complaint with nissan even though its futile. Hope this helps someone. BTW its Star nissan in Bayside, queens, NY.
  • jamriman, are you talking about Nissan's $550 acquisition fee?
    I thought this fee was non-negotiable. I am in the market, I always include the $550 acquistion fee and the $599 dealers fee in my calculations. Unfortunately dealers in my area are greedy: They want the 2%holdback plus the $599 dealers fee.
  • terry92270terry92270 Posts: 1,247
    Dealers are in business to make money, so that isn't being greedy. It is buyers who put extra money into their pockets by not refusing when told something is non-negotiable. ;)
  • Yes nomatter, Nissan's $550 acquisition fee, apparently is negotiable if its for an 06 left over and you are willing to kill the deal over it...
  • terry92270terry92270 Posts: 1,247
    The thing is, about buying a car, we all at times get anxious and just want a new car. They count on that. Never buy a new car when you really need it. Buy when you can take the time to walk out. I can't begin to tell you the number of times I have done that, only to arrive home to a call from the dealer on my machine, offering a lower price. ;)
  • Its a dirty business. Should I complain to Nissan or speak to the district manager about these BS tactics?
  • terry92270terry92270 Posts: 1,247
    Be direct, and speak to the Sales or General Manager, or both, at the dealership first. If they don't set things right, speak to the Nissan District Office.
  • apa1128apa1128 FloridaPosts: 12
    Here is my situation. I am $6K upside down on my 06 Toyota Sequoia (which I hate), and am dying to get into a Murano SL 2WD with Touring & Sirius. This is what I was quoted, and was told that it's 'the best he can do' in Jacksonville, FL

    $28400 for my Sequoia, I owe $34423
    $1560 down $699/mo for 42mo 12K/yr
    selling price on murano $31984 (5K off MSRP)
    payments include tax

    when I run the same scenario via edmunds lease calculator with the money factor and residual that is noted mulitple times on this forum recently (.00058 and 52% respectively) I come up with $571.22 including taxes Is there something I'm missing here?? I want OUT of my Sequoia ASAP, and just want to know what the deal is, and if he 'can do better'.
  • tmnjmaxtmnjmax Posts: 19
    A couple of questions-
    - Find out the real msrp of the Murano - its not 5k plus 31894 - too high for that model.Probably closer to 35k.
    - The .00058/52% rate is for 39 mos, not 42 mos- whats the real rate the dealer is using? Nissans 42 mo rate is I believe .00120 with 50% residual

    You already know this is gonna hurt but if you're gonna do it at least make sure the dealers not screwing you coming and going. Insist on a lease worksheet which should show all of the relevant data -and do a little homework on the invoice pricing for that model Murano. Good Luck.
  • apa1128apa1128 FloridaPosts: 12
    The MSRP is $35335. Invoice is $32056. I have not seen a lease worksheet, but I was also told that it would be the same for 39 mos. I just want my payments to stay the same. I'm not asking for much more than that. Thanks for verifying the rates for me. I need all the luck I can get!
  • whitallwhitall Posts: 189
    If you are not firm on the exact Murano you must have, perhaps you should try selling your Sequoia on your own and see if you can get closer to paying it off. I know it will be hard, but it seems like you are throwing money down the toilet. You may have jumped into the Sequoia too quickly and I suggest you consider your options before jumping again. Also, maybe you can shop around to different Nissan dealers as far as your trade value. You should have an idea of a fair Murano price before you start shopping the trade. Be careful...if you are unhappy this time, it will be much harder to get out of it.

    ALso, I remember on my lease worksheet there was a line for MAX something or other. It didn't apply to me. It was the max they could charge for the car, and is used when somebody is upside down on the car they are trading (Like you are-owing more than it's worth)That may be how they came up with 5,000 of the MSRP. They have to inflate the MSRP on the worksheet to factor in what you owe on your trade, and make it all work for the finance guys.

    Anybody out there know if I am correct?
  • tmnjmaxtmnjmax Posts: 19
    These lease worksheets probably vary from state to state, one thing is certain - they are not designed to be consumer friendly. If you don't know what to look for you'll be lost in the jargon. The lease contracts are even worse. The simplest way to approach it is to keep three things in focus: interest rate(low), negotiated price(low) and residual value(high). As far as selling a 30k suv privately forget it, you're better off trading it. Just be realistic on the trade value - try to get KBB or Edmunds trade value or at least something better than wholesale.
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