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PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2013 5:02 pm 
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Hi
Just got this in my email. This is a deal over the weekend only. Do you think this is a good deal? Comes to around $7400. I probably am okay w/ SV + QC Pkg, but SL is not bad :)

2013 NISSAN LEAF SL 4DR AUTO
FLOOR MATS & CARGO
SPLASH GUARDS
50 STATE EMISSION
Lease for $129.00 per month plus tax. On approval of credit.
24 month lease. $3,999 total cash down which includes a $0.00 security deposit; includes $7,500 rebate. Lessee responsible at lease end for mileage in excess of 24,000 miles at 15 cents per mile.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 10:10 am 
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Legolas wrote:
Hi
Just got this in my email. This is a deal over the weekend only. Do you think this is a good deal? Comes to around $7400. I probably am okay w/ SV + QC Pkg, but SL is not bad :)

2013 NISSAN LEAF SL 4DR AUTO
FLOOR MATS & CARGO
SPLASH GUARDS
50 STATE EMISSION
Lease for $129.00 per month plus tax. On approval of credit.
24 month lease. $3,999 total cash down which includes a $0.00 security deposit; includes $7,500 rebate. Lessee responsible at lease end for mileage in excess of 24,000 miles at 15 cents per mile.

Legolas, in my previous posts I stated that the going rate for the SL in the Bay Area in the last month appears to be about $3600 to $3700 a year based on people who have gotten 2 and 3 year leases in Sunnyvale. Computation is based on down plus total of payments plus Dispo fee. Your offer is right in line. I personally would try to get closer to $3500 a year and definitely would not want to put $4000 down in case the car is totaled in an accident.

I can't see much urgency in taking this "deal". Also, you should be able to land an SV with QC for at minimum $1000 less if $ is an issue.

Just my opinion. Good Luck!


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 6:57 pm 
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Corina1231 wrote:
Legolas wrote:
Hi
Just got this in my email. This is a deal over the weekend only. Do you think this is a good deal? Comes to around $7400. I probably am okay w/ SV + QC Pkg, but SL is not bad :)

2013 NISSAN LEAF SL 4DR AUTO
FLOOR MATS & CARGO
SPLASH GUARDS
50 STATE EMISSION
Lease for $129.00 per month plus tax. On approval of credit.
24 month lease. $3,999 total cash down which includes a $0.00 security deposit; includes $7,500 rebate. Lessee responsible at lease end for mileage in excess of 24,000 miles at 15 cents per mile.

Legolas, in my previous posts I stated that the going rate for the SL in the Bay Area in the last month appears to be about $3600 to $3700 a year based on people who have gotten 2 and 3 year leases in Sunnyvale. Computation is based on down plus total of payments plus Dispo fee. Your offer is right in line. I personally would try to get closer to $3500 a year and definitely would not want to put $4000 down in case the car is totaled in an accident.

I can't see much urgency in taking this "deal". Also, you should be able to land an SV with QC for at minimum $1000 less if $ is an issue.

Just my opinion. Good Luck!


Thanks Corina. I have been asked to wait until the start/mid of May to get a better deal by Sunnyvale Nissan!! Can wait a week or two to save $1000 :)


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2013 9:40 pm 
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Legolas wrote:
Corina1231 wrote:
Legolas wrote:
Hi
Just got this in my email. This is a deal over the weekend only. Do you think this is a good deal? Comes to around $7400. I probably am okay w/ SV + QC Pkg, but SL is not bad :)

2013 NISSAN LEAF SL 4DR AUTO
FLOOR MATS & CARGO
SPLASH GUARDS
50 STATE EMISSION
Lease for $129.00 per month plus tax. On approval of credit.
24 month lease. $3,999 total cash down which includes a $0.00 security deposit; includes $7,500 rebate. Lessee responsible at lease end for mileage in excess of 24,000 miles at 15 cents per mile.

Legolas, in my previous posts I stated that the going rate for the SL in the Bay Area in the last month appears to be about $3500 to $3700 a year based on people who have gotten 2 and 3 year leases in Sunnyvale. Computation is based on down plus total of payments plus Dispo fee. Your offer is right in line. I personally would try to get closer to $3500 a year and definitely would not want to put $4000 down in case the car is totaled in an accident.

I can't see much urgency in taking this "deal". Also, you should be able to land an SV with QC for at minimum $1000 less if $ is an issue.

Just my opinion. Good Luck!


Thanks Corina. I have been asked to wait until the start/mid of May to get a better deal by Sunnyvale Nissan!! Can wait a week or two to save $1000 :)

I leased a a 2012 SL w/ added leather incredibly cheap last October in San Jose on a closeout. They applied a $2000 Nissan company incentive $ on top of the $7500 federal rebate, and I put $2995 down. So the DOWN on my paperwork appeared as $12,495 down (included 1st payment). My payments are $225 month, with the $395 Dispo fee due at end. Then the state rebated me back $2500 by check. All in all, I will pay a total of $8750 for the 3 year lease! Too bad I can't get another deal like that one.

But I will be shopping for a 2013 SL in San Jose and Sunnyvale starting next month. My daughter needs a car for work after school ends. I will be shopping 4-5 local dealers. I expect to pay $3400 to $3600 a year after rebates, etc.

On a 2 year lease, 12k miles, I am shooting for $1000 down which includes first payment, 23 months @ 245 month for a total of payments of $5635, plus $395 Dispo fee for a total of $7030. If I go 3 years, 12k a year, I am seeking $1000 down (including first payment), 35 months @ 325 month for a total of payments of $11,200, plus $395 Dispo fee, subtracted by the $2500 state rebate for leases of 3 years or longer, for a total of $10,260. These numbers are equal to the best deals I've seen on the base SL so they are my goals to hit.

Oh, the reason for the $1000 down is that when I get into the finance office Nissan told me to pull out my customer loyalty mailer they sent me, give the dealer the vin number on the Leaf I own and that will satisfy the $1000 down! The dealer won't care because its nothing out of their pocket. Nissan Corp pays my $1000 down.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2013 5:24 am 
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Location: Peachtree Corners, Georgia
Delivery Date: 23 Apr 2013
Leaf Number: 407331
Corina1231 wrote:
On a 2 year lease, 12k miles, I am shooting for $1000 down which includes first payment, 23 months @ 245 month for a total of payments of $5635, plus $395 Dispo fee for a total of $7030. If I go 3 years, 12k a year, I am seeking $1000 down (including first payment), 35 months @ 325 month for a total of payments of $11,200, plus $395 Dispo fee, subtracted by the $2500 state rebate for leases of 3 years or longer, for a total of $10,260. These numbers are equal to the best deals I've seen on the base SL so they are my goals to hit.

Oh, the reason for the $1000 down is that when I get into the finance office Nissan told me to pull out my customer loyalty mailer they sent me, give the dealer the vin number on the Leaf I own and that will satisfy the $1000 down! The dealer won't care because its nothing out of their pocket. Nissan Corp pays my $1000 down.


Can you please explain this further?


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2013 8:09 am 
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Finally got a Leaf deal in SW florida

13 SV Red. 12k/2 years

$169 a month (includes taxes)
$2000 down (all fees included and first month)
$395 dispo at end

$6282

That was best i could do. Most were around $7200-8000.

How does that sound?


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2013 8:33 am 
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Location: Boston
Delivery Date: 02 May 2013
Leaf Number: 406207
Anyone able to get around the $6000 for 2 years lease deals in New England? The best advertised deal I've seen is $274/month for the SV.

http://pictures.dealer.com/k/kellynissanlynnfield/1684/3c47f5d00a0d02b7017b60b6a307106f.jpg


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2013 11:08 am 
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Legolas, in my previous posts I stated that the going rate for the SL in the Bay Area in the last month appears to be about $3500 to $3700 a year based on people who have gotten 2 and 3 year leases in Sunnyvale. Computation is based on down plus total of payments plus Dispo fee. Your offer is right in line. I personally would try to get closer to $3500 a year and definitely would not want to put $4000 down in case the car is totaled in an accident.

I can't see much urgency in taking this "deal". Also, you should be able to land an SV with QC for at minimum $1000 less if $ is an issue.



But I will be shopping for a 2013 SL in San Jose and Sunnyvale starting next month. My daughter needs a car for work after school ends. I will be shopping 4-5 local dealers. I expect to pay $3400 to $3600 a year after rebates, etc.

On a 2 year lease, 12k miles, I am shooting for $1000 down which includes first payment, 23 months @ 245 month for a total of payments of $5635, plus $395 Dispo fee for a total of $7030. If I go 3 years, 12k a year, I am seeking $1000 down (including first payment), 35 months @ 325 month for a total of payments of $11,200, plus $395 Dispo fee, subtracted by the $2500 state rebate for leases of 3 years or longer, for a total of $10,260. These numbers are equal to the best deals I've seen on the base SL so they are my goals to hit.



Where in Bay area do we get deals like that ? I have been shopping for a base SL here and no dealer has come close to $3500 / year (7000 for 2 years) . I will appreciate any help on getting this deal. Thanks !


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2013 6:11 pm 
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12Cat wrote:
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Where in Bay area do we get deals like that ? I have been shopping for a base SL here and no dealer has come close to $3500 / year (7000 for 2 years) . I will appreciate any help on getting this deal. Thanks !


Maybe we should start a group-buy :)


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 29, 2013 9:56 pm 
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sonnylax wrote:
Corina1231 wrote:
On a 2 year lease, 12k miles, I am shooting for $1000 down which includes first payment, 23 months @ 245 month for a total of payments of $5635, plus $395 Dispo fee for a total of $7030. If I go 3 years, 12k a year, I am seeking $1000 down (including first payment), 35 months @ 325 month for a total of payments of $11,200, plus $395 Dispo fee, subtracted by the $2500 state rebate for leases of 3 years or longer, for a total of $10,260. These numbers are equal to the best deals I've seen on the base SL so they are my goals to hit.

Oh, the reason for the $1000 down is that when I get into the finance office Nissan told me to pull out my customer loyalty mailer they sent me, give the dealer the vin number on the Leaf I own and that will satisfy the $1000 down! The dealer won't care because its nothing out of their pocket. Nissan Corp pays my $1000 down.


Can you please explain this further?

Sonnylax, you are referring to the $1000 down? I received a letter from Nissan giving me $1000 toward the purchase or lease of any 2013 Nissan. It was mailed to all previous Nissan Leaf owners (I leased one in 2012). I called Nissan and they said to make your best deal and apply it to your down when you do the paperwork. I like that because I obviously never want to tell the dealer in advance. They have a way of trying to get a piece of it!


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