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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #915 on: December 28, 2014, 04:54:19 PM »
Ah... so your sample size is not 1, it's.... 5? 10?
Srry the sample size is OOS

On a serious note,
I heard from 4 different  people and 1 of them leased both Nissan and infinity.
And each 1 of them told me it's a famous thing that they rip you off by the return of the lease.
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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #916 on: December 28, 2014, 05:26:38 PM »
Srry the sample size is OOS

On a serious note,
I heard from 4 different  people and 1 of them leased both Nissan and infinity.
And each 1 of them told me it's a famous thing that they rip you off by the return of the lease.
:D I like it, corny wordplay is right up my alley.

I'm not saying I can't imagine it's true... of course different companies can have different standards. But I don't put much stock in a handful of people saying 'it's a famous thing'. Who's to say they wouldn't have been charged as much returning a car in that exact condition to another manufacturer?

ETA: Also, I would imagine if it's sooooo famous I wouldn't have a problem finding mention of it online. I haven't come up with anything after numerous different Google searches, maybe you'll have better luck.

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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #917 on: December 28, 2014, 05:43:48 PM »
Not sure what you're trying to say. I'm responding to yuneeq, rots, and others who seem shocked that anyone would even consider an Altima. My point was that the midsize sedan market is so closely grouped, and the difference between different brands so slim, that price and personal preference are more logically the deciding factors. If you're in that market, go out and test drive your options, you may find you prefer the one you didn't expect to like as much.
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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #918 on: December 28, 2014, 05:54:50 PM »
I own. 5 yrs and 100k bought it at 23k. Still in perfect brand new condition. Put in no money except the typical oil change. (Someone paid for a new bumper). I'm happy with my choice
Lol, is that a joke? This is the car lease thread. Reliability is basically a non-factor when leasing (it does factor into the lease prices historically speaking, but obviously that's built in to whatever price the consumer sees).

Either way, you're missing my point. If you prefer the Accord, that's fine. But for anyone to say that an Altima is not comparable to an Accord (implying people should stay away from the Altima lease) is laughable.

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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #919 on: December 28, 2014, 11:10:20 PM »
Anyone know anything about this $1000 rebate form Edmunds if you buy or lease a Nissan?? Seems like alot of the "frum" leasing companies are taking these after they lease you your car... Seems to me that this falls into the category of "fraud" .. The T&C of the rebate states not for dealers...

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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #920 on: December 29, 2014, 01:03:17 AM »
Anyone know anything about this $1000 rebate form Edmunds if you buy or lease a Nissan?? Seems like alot of the "frum" leasing companies are taking these after they lease you your car... Seems to me that this falls into the category of "fraud" .. The T&C of the rebate states not for dealers...

I believe that is why the price on the altima is so low now. Its factoring in the rebate.....

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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #921 on: December 29, 2014, 02:38:46 AM »
Anyone know anything about this $1000 rebate form Edmunds if you buy or lease a Nissan?? Seems like alot of the "frum" leasing companies are taking these after they lease you your car... Seems to me that this falls into the category of "fraud" .. The T&C of the rebate states not for dealers...
frum leasing companies are not dealers. they are facilitators. that's why there are no non frum ones. Everyone else leases from the dealership, the frum guys shop around dealerships, make deals with them etc. and then put it together for you. if you look at your paperwork you're leasing from a dealer, not xxx leasing company. their name is not there anywhere.
Now, it might be a legitimate argument that they can't get the rebate on your behalf, but that's what they're doing.

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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #922 on: December 29, 2014, 08:32:20 AM »
I happen to be shopping for a lease as well, and am trying to figure out how the insurance on the nissan altima and honda accord compares to the acura, infinity, and maxima class.

Is anyone renting those cars currently? what is your monthly insurance payment? What city do you live in? is your driving record clean?

I live in Brooklyn, and have a clean record. I pay $165/mo with Geico on my Honda Accord 2012

It would be stupid of me to rent an Altima at $180/month and pay $200/mo in insurance if I can lease a higher end car for $280/month and pay closer to $100/month insurance.

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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #923 on: December 29, 2014, 11:22:24 AM »
It would be stupid of me to rent an Altima at $180/month and pay $200/mo in insurance if I can lease a higher end car for $280/month and pay closer to $100/month insurance.

Why would your insurance drop with a more expensive car (especially in NY)?
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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #924 on: December 29, 2014, 11:33:06 AM »
I happen to be shopping for a lease as well, and am trying to figure out how the insurance on the nissan altima and honda accord compares to the acura, infinity, and maxima class.

Is anyone renting those cars currently? what is your monthly insurance payment? What city do you live in? is your driving record clean?

I live in Brooklyn, and have a clean record. I pay $165/mo with Geico on my Honda Accord 2012

It would be stupid of me to rent an Altima at $180/month and pay $200/mo in insurance if I can lease a higher end car for $280/month and pay closer to $100/month insurance.
Price out the different options - either with Geico, or call a broker. No reason to guess when you can just find out for certain.

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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #925 on: December 29, 2014, 12:20:39 PM »
It would be stupid of me to rent an Altima at $180/month and pay $200/mo in insurance if I can lease a higher end car for $280/month and pay closer to $100/month insurance.

....wondering -- What higher end car can you lease for $280/mo and $100 insurance?
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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #926 on: December 29, 2014, 03:22:32 PM »
Does anyone know what the Buick Enclave leases run?

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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #927 on: December 29, 2014, 04:39:25 PM »
For those that are in the market now for an Altima. Edmunds.com is giving a $1000 visa gift card to customers who lease or buy a Nissan Altima. I was told that you have to go on to Edmunds website and search for a new Accord or Camry and this special pops up. it may take a few searches for it to come up, but I was told by a reliable source that it works and people have received their gift cards already.

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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #928 on: December 29, 2014, 05:15:38 PM »
Just because a car costs more doesn't mean insurance will be more, especially considering often expensive cars have more safety features

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Re: Car Lease Master Thread
« Reply #929 on: December 29, 2014, 06:25:07 PM »
Just because a car costs more doesn't mean insurance will be more, especially considering often expensive cars have more safety features
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 the safety features  just give x amount discount on the insurance premium,
but the actual premium on a expensive car is definitely more money.
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