09 Infiniti G37 Lease Rates – April 2009

logo_infinitiMy Take: The money factor has dropped on the G37 sedans this month. Good news for those who decided to take the chance and wait for the rates to go down. Remember to stay far away from the 24 month leases, like MB, Infiniti is doing their best to discourage you from leasing for just two years. The sweet spot is the 36-month lease (and possibly the 39 month lease…consult your dealer for those rates). There is $500 in loyalty cash for those who qualify. Again, sorry for not having the payment estimates this month, I am thinking that perhaps I can take a short little break from doing the calculations this month. Of course, I will be more than happy to run some quick numbers for those who are interested. Just leave a comment on this post.

2009 Infiniti G37

2009 Infiniti G37 Base Sedan
24-month | 15k miles | residual 58% | .00325 base money factor
36-month | 15k miles | residual 58% | .00178 base money factor
48-month | 15k miles | residual 49% | .00260 base money factor

2009 Infiniti G37 Journey Sedan
24-month | 15k miles | residual 56% | .00325 base money factor
36-month | 15k miles | residual 56% | .00178 base money factor
48-month | 15k miles | residual 47% | .00260 base money factor

2009 Infiniti G37 Sport Sedan
24-month | 15k miles | residual 56% | .00325 base money factor
36-month | 15k miles | residual 56% | .00178 base money factor
48-month | 15k miles | residual 48% | .00260 base money factor

2009 Infiniti G37X Sedan
24-month | 15k miles | residual 57% | .00325 base money factor
36-month | 15k miles | residual 57% | .00166 base money factor
48-month | 15k miles | residual 49% | .00255 base money factor

17 thoughts on “09 Infiniti G37 Lease Rates – April 2009

  1. any idea on the g37X coupe ? Does the VPP impact any of the rates ? also, I was told the residual is 61%. with an msrp of $43k i was told the payment would be $616 which seems high. thanks for any assistance

  2. nothing on the coupes yet. Having VPP doesn’t do anything for the lease rates. It only secures you a low price (usually around invoice plus fees). In my personal experience, VPP pricing isn’t as good as what you can negotiate. It’s just “hassle” free, that’s all. They still use existing lease rates to calculate your payments. Yeah, $616 seems a bit high, but it also depends on how much you are paying at inception and how much the actual sale price is. I know Infiniti sales are slow so I think going below VPP pricing shouldn’t be too difficult.

  3. Regarding VPP, it just gets you a lower starting-place for negociating IMHO. I used a tactic of coming in with VPP-C but comparing the g37x to a 328xi – which was similarly featured but lower cost thanks to bmw’s much better moneyfactor – to get them to well below even the VPP. (They used VPP, then knocked additional hundreds off in order to make the sale)

    Best of luck, I’m massivly excited for my new coupe 🙂 (60% Residual, 0.00275MF on the 09 G37x Coupe, at least in my region of the country – Michigan. Verified with multiple dealers)

  4. I just left an Infiniti dealer in Dallas where I was negotiating a 2009 G-37 Sedan with the Premium, Sport, and Navigation packages. The MSRP was $41.5k. I REALLY hate buying/leasing cars as the sales tactics turn me off. I got them down to $39.2k price; .00192 on the money; 56% residual on a 36 month term; 15k annual miles. I did not like the price as I was hoping to get it around $37.5k. Texas is messed up in the fact that one must pay sales tax on the entire car even though you do not use it all during a lease. Therefore our lease payments are usually higher than other parts of the country. I was asking for a no money-down deal with the taxes rolled into the payment. The lease proposal given to me was $653 a month. I walked out the door because the G-37 is a nice, but not $653 lease price nice.

  5. wow $653 a month! that’s just wrong. Unfortunately, Texas is not a great place to lease due to the tax laws. I think Illinois and Maryland is like that too. Have you tried contacting the Internet Sales Manager via email instead? it would save you a lot of grief.

  6. I live in houston. leased a 39 month term on a 2008 g37 coupe last year. 12K miles..sticker was $41K

    Payment is $503 a month ..got it on “tax free” day last year.

  7. I did not pay any fees whatsoever..no inception…no document..none of the paperwork fees etc whatsoever.

    Signed and drove off just paying $503 which was first months payment.

  8. That sounds like it was during one of those months where the rates were pretty solid. Last year was an awesome time to get into a G37. Not so much right now…or ever again.

  9. Just got quoted a few days at: $3500 Down, $589 a Month, 39 Month Lease, 12K Miles.

    Of course I passed. I played stupid during this transaction just to see how much they’ll try to take advantage. I didn’t even try to negotiate. I wasn’t in a rush to purchase the car, just wanted to see what foolish deal they’ll hand me. I’ll be purchasing or leasing in the coming weeks, thats when I transform into Dr. Deal.

  10. That’s a crazy there Pit. That’s more than what Dr J’s CLK550! Granted his is for 48 months. But still. Good call on the pass, can’t wait to see what deal you can get! Keep us posted.

  11. That’s def a gorgeous deal that Dr. J acquired. It gives me something to look forward to when I’m getting various quotes this upcoming week.

    Will keep you posted G, btw very dope site, hella informative.

  12. Just picked my G37x – AWD up the other day, in new york, and paid taxes, 1st, dmv, bank fee up front, total of $2900..deal done for a 39 mos lease at $439….awesome car and right price, the residual is about 62%

  13. zz, thats not a bad deal at all. If you don’t mind me asking, what dealership did you get your G37x? I’m also located in NY.

  14. Am interested in a fully loaded 09 G37X (Nav, Tech, Perf) MSRP $45,425. Invoice price is $42,500. They are telling me on a 39 month lease my payment is $539/mo (incl taxes) or $455 (excl tax, title, reg) with $5K down. They said they cannot go below invoice on a lease. Is this a good deal? Will they go below invoice?

  15. Wow, 5k down?!? That’s insane! What state and what kind of residual/money factor are they quoting? As far as not going below invoice, I think “unwillingness” to go below invoice has to do with the fact they won’t do it. Any time you are forking out $5k at drive-off, I find it difficult to call that a “good” deal. Try emailing other dealers to see if they can for you in terms of pricing. The sale price, in most cases, really depends on your market. Also, remember that it is preferred that you put money towards multiple security deposits rather than towards the cap cost of the vehicle. It is okay to roll in your drive-off costs into your lease loan IF your money factor is low. Otherwise, I would pay that off upfront.

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