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leasing altima or accord Q..
« on: August 12, 2012, 11:27:27 AM »
In NY, looking into leasing either one.. looking for the cheapest deal (duh why else wud i be on here)
Nissan altima- leather seats is my main priority
and honda accord as well (also leather)
i know many people have both- how can i get the best rate for leasing? ive read many people happy with many diff leasing dealers.
I will shop around and go to them, but did anyone recently get either of these cars and happen to shop around in NY (and i can mooch off now :) )

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Re: Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2012, 12:19:03 PM »
In NY, looking into leasing either one.. looking for the cheapest deal (duh why else wud i be on here)
Nissan altima- leather seats is my main priority
and honda accord as well (also leather)
i know many people have both- how can i get the best rate for leasing? ive read many people happy with many diff leasing dealers.
I will shop around and go to them, but did anyone recently get either of these cars and happen to shop around in NY (and i can mooch off now :) )
Best bet is definitely accord for leasing. No disposition fee and $1500 waiver. If you are willing to take a 2012, they are getting rid of them now to move inventory for the 2013, should get a pretty good deal.
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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2012, 04:29:05 PM »
How much more is it worth paying for a new 2013 lease/purchase over 2012?

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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #3 on: August 12, 2012, 04:43:32 PM »
My father just got a Honda Accord SE (with leather & heated seats) for $199 Per Month including tax  from First Class Leasing.

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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #4 on: August 12, 2012, 08:03:45 PM »
ya def looking into 2012- they seem just fine to me! and where is first class leasing? i will go around and compare so i jsut need to know where these places are... thnks!

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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #5 on: August 12, 2012, 08:07:44 PM »
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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #6 on: August 12, 2012, 08:10:55 PM »
ya def looking into 2012- they seem just fine to me! and where is first class leasing? i will go around and compare so i jsut need to know where these places are... thnks!

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leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #7 on: August 12, 2012, 08:31:42 PM »
Try calling diamond auto at 917 474 3091. I had a good experience with them

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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #8 on: August 12, 2012, 08:35:15 PM »
thnks everyone.. ill update as soon as i get all the info together..

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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #9 on: August 13, 2012, 07:42:26 PM »
went today to plaza auto leasing, and got prices on honda accord SE (195$). When we were just about done discussing prices and what not- it was brought up to me that the SE model doesnt come with air vents in the back seat (which is a MUST for me) Therefore the model with the vents is the top of the line EX-L and has vents, bluetooth, sunroof, leather... I dont really need such a fancy car- and the price was about $60+ more (i think $270 or something with 15k miles per yr and either 27 months or 36 months i dont remember exactly and i need to find the paper). He told me altima would be more expensive, and he actually couldnt find online where it said the 2012 altima had rear vents. I saw it online and its the altima SL package- so they do def have vents in the back. Not sure what that would range at because at the time it was unknown (not sure why he wouldnt know about it..) Now paying around $270 (i think it was even a bit more) is pretty expensive just for rear vents- but im sorta lost now... when u get rear vents in the car u need to get a premium car?? anyone have another model car that have rear vents and isnt all equipped with things i dont need? (all the mid size SUV cars dont have rear vents either- pretty dumb in my opinion but that leaves me with huge SUVs or fully loaded cars making them more expensive) I will contact other places as well i think... but i need to figure this out b4 hand. any help is appreciated..

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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #10 on: August 13, 2012, 10:55:28 PM »
went today to plaza auto leasing, and got prices on honda accord SE (195$). When we were just about done discussing prices and what not- it was brought up to me that the SE model doesnt come with air vents in the back seat (which is a MUST for me) Therefore the model with the vents is the top of the line EX-L and has vents, bluetooth, sunroof, leather... I dont really need such a fancy car- and the price was about $60+ more (i think $270 or something with 15k miles per yr and either 27 months or 36 months i dont remember exactly and i need to find the paper). He told me altima would be more expensive, and he actually couldnt find online where it said the 2012 altima had rear vents. I saw it online and its the altima SL package- so they do def have vents in the back. Not sure what that would range at because at the time it was unknown (not sure why he wouldnt know about it..) Now paying around $270 (i think it was even a bit more) is pretty expensive just for rear vents- but im sorta lost now... when u get rear vents in the car u need to get a premium car?? anyone have another model car that have rear vents and isnt all equipped with things i dont need? (all the mid size SUV cars dont have rear vents either- pretty dumb in my opinion but that leaves me with huge SUVs or fully loaded cars making them more expensive) I will contact other places as well i think... but i need to figure this out b4 hand. any help is appreciated..


Hi, This is Shookie from First Class Leasing. There are a couple different routes you can take. The cheapest one that will get you leather and rear vents is probably a Camry XLE @ around $275 including NY tax. All other cars that may offer it will take you up into a better package or model which will boost the price all being in the same $270 range. ALL full size cars offer it its just a matter of what submodel and package. If you want more info and ideas call me @ 516-512-1305 and ill be more than glad to help. 
 

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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #11 on: August 13, 2012, 11:01:41 PM »

Hi, This is Shookie from First Class Leasing. There are a couple different routes you can take. The cheapest one that will get you leather and rear vents is probably a Camry XLE @ around $275 including NY tax. All other cars that may offer it will take you up into a better package or model which will boost the price all being in the same $270 range. ALL full size cars offer it its just a matter of what submodel and package. If you want more info and ideas call me @ 516-512-1305 and ill be more than glad to help. 
 
I will speak to you in regard to this maybe tomorrow- BUT i dont think its cheaper than the honda accord EX-L The prices i quoted i think were for 15k miles a yr. I did want to find out about the camry XLE though just saw info about it tonight and that was my job for tomorrow. Thanks for replying.

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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #12 on: August 13, 2012, 11:11:00 PM »
I will speak to you in regard to this maybe tomorrow- BUT i dont think its cheaper than the honda accord EX-L The prices i quoted i think were for 15k miles a yr. I did want to find out about the camry XLE though just saw info about it tonight and that was my job for tomorrow. Thanks for replying.

No problem. Yes we can also do the accord ex-l, we do any make, any mode,l anytime with top notch customer service.
Camry deal is only 12k per year & no damage waiver, accord has $1500 its a big plus in NY.

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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #13 on: August 14, 2012, 12:04:50 AM »
went today to plaza auto leasing, and got prices on honda accord SE (195$). When we were just about done discussing prices and what not- it was brought up to me that the SE model doesnt come with air vents in the back seat (which is a MUST for me) Therefore the model with the vents is the top of the line EX-L and has vents, bluetooth, sunroof, leather... I dont really need such a fancy car- and the price was about $60+ more (i think $270 or something with 15k miles per yr and either 27 months or 36 months i dont remember exactly and i need to find the paper). He told me altima would be more expensive, and he actually couldnt find online where it said the 2012 altima had rear vents. I saw it online and its the altima SL package- so they do def have vents in the back. Not sure what that would range at because at the time it was unknown (not sure why he wouldnt know about it..) Now paying around $270 (i think it was even a bit more) is pretty expensive just for rear vents- but im sorta lost now... when u get rear vents in the car u need to get a premium car?? anyone have another model car that have rear vents and isnt all equipped with things i dont need? (all the mid size SUV cars dont have rear vents either- pretty dumb in my opinion but that leaves me with huge SUVs or fully loaded cars making them more expensive) I will contact other places as well i think... but i need to figure this out b4 hand. any help is appreciated..
I think you're making too big of a deal of the rear air vents.
I don't think they even do too much though I've never sat in the backseat of my Altima.
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Re: leasing altima or accord Q..
« Reply #14 on: August 14, 2012, 12:20:23 AM »
I think you're making too big of a deal of the rear air vents.
I don't think they even do too much though I've never sat in the backseat of my Altima.
Whenever I sit in the back of my Sonata, I wish I had gone for the level up that included the rear air vents... But I try not to sit in the back :P