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At the risk of getting clobbered by someone who paid half the price - I just have to know if I got a decent deal on my lease:
Q50 Premium. Leather, Nav, Deluxe Touring, 19" wheels, AW Mats, Spare
MSRP: $48995
Net Cap (including doc, tax, license fees, etc): $47,586
MSD/Due at signing (incl -2500 loyalty): $3167, Including 1st Pmt
Pmt: $450/mo
12K Mi, 39 months
MSD returns $4995 at end of lease
 

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I got mine through my broker
Q50A (w/o nav)
Price: 39-40k
Due at signing - $3000, Including 1st Pmt + infiniti cash rebate $2500
10k miles 36m
$300 monthly
Delivered to the house.
 

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Doesnt seem so bad, I was looking at leasing one earlier this week, but ended up buying it. Ended up getting a q50s with nav package

I was quoted
MSRP: 45,850
Out the door at 42,500

Didnt qualify for VPP or any loyalty discounts, and since this was the first time i finance or leased anything (im only 21). I was given tier 1 money factor with tier 5 credit rating, due to heavy marketing and infiniti having a promo.

They wanted $3500, including fees and $405 first months payment.
I was looking at $405 for a 24 month lease with 12k miles a year.

Decided to just buy out the car at 41,000 in one lump sum.
 

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For the months of November and December, there was $3500 in loyalty on a Q50 that we got from corporate. This is why some people have very good lease deals. The $3500 is no longer available, but I believe there is still $2500 for loyalty. There is also VPP discounts for people depending on where they work. These discounts usually give you another $1000 or so depending on the vehicle. The current lease deals are $4399 down + tax, title, licensing, and $369/month + tax for 39 months. This would be on a Q50 premium AWD. Once you start adding packages is when the price will go up quite a bit. Every $1000 you add to a 39 month lease, it will be about $15-$20 a month added to your payment.
 

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My figures were all inclusive, tax, fees, everything. Did anyone get a fully-loaded, $49K car like mine for less than $450/month? Again, I also get $4995 back at end of lease.
 

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Stearman, you can poke around on this thread.
Just work your way backwards on it.
It has lease deals posted.

http://www.infinitiq50.org/forum/in...cing/1018-official-lease-deal-thread-111.html


I think some have lower from two things.
The loyalty cash was $3250 in November and December.
And some have VPP pricing or are able to negotiate a really good sale price, on top of using the loyalty cash.
Thanks. I got the $2500 loyalty, but wish I knew about the VPP beforehand. Where can I find that list of companies?
 

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Thanks. I got the $2500 loyalty, but wish I knew about the VPP beforehand. Where can I find that list of companies?
I have no idea if one is posted anywhere.
I didn't even know my current employer offered it until I was there a few years.
Probably check with human resources.
Or try using google.
 

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This was my deal in early December, since I've received a refund of my MSD of $450 since they miscalculated that, so they say. Also, since Infiniti was backed up in processing paperwork, my first payment is not until Feb 11th.

Monthly payment of $439 (includes 6.5% tax) 12k per year 39Months
MSRP of the car $54475 (Q50S Hybrid)
Gross Capitalized Cost: $50800 (includes 500 transportation fee)
Capitalized Cost Reduction $3250 (loyalty cash)
Adjusted Capitalized Cost: $47550
Residual: $33229.75 (61%)
$1537 down (covers all fees, no impact to CC)
MF = .00115
MSD x9 = $4950, adjusted MF = .00025 (happy to lend my money for a return/savings of $3300 over 39 months and get the $4950 security funds back at least end)
 

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stearman, if you let me know where you work I can let you know if you qualify for VPP or not.
 

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You get your MSD deposit back. You don't get any Capital Cost reduction put into the deal back. Thus, down payments are lost depending on value of car and payoff differences.
 
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