08-20-2012 12:53 PM
I am going to buy not lease. I hope I can get a good rate with my credit scores.
Im not sure of Infiniti Tiers anymore because back 5 or so years ago Tier 1-3 got what ever offer they had (no difference) that was like 610+
Now they do seem to still have all the Tiers but they all cost differently.
Assuming they did get the same 677ish score I was given by others I would think Tier 1 would be at 680 or 700? I was given B but they then pushed to get the A.
I think on the B we were talking $20-$40 difference in lease payment.
I know at Ford the B put me quite far away and about 2 months ago when I got Tier 2 on Accura, that changed the MONTHLY Lease payment by over $100!!!
I don't really get all that...
I know Kia Purchase about a year or so ago was 2.9 on Tier 1 and 4.9 Tier 2.
Not sure purchase on Infiniti.
09-09-2013 09:00 PM - edited 09-09-2013 09:02 PM
Old thread is old....but......
I have been getting a lot of Infiniti's as rental cars. Last couple times I have gotten m37x's. This weekend I had a daily rental, but the monthly rate was listed as well. Only $370 per month. It would be awesome to have it as a long term rental. No maintence costs or anything.
09-09-2013 09:29 PM
M37x for $370?? A week would be hard to believe but a MONTH from rental car? You can't even lease it tier 1++ for that!
Haha yup. I know how rental car...lol
09-09-2013 09:47 PM
I had got it for $12.47 per day. It worked out like this. I reserved a full size for super cheap and added a coupon code for a free upgrade. That bumped me up to premium. They were out of premium's. So, I asked nicely (or not so nicely) for an infiniti and got it with no extra fee.
Two weeks prior I had a reservation for around $17 per day (full size I think) with one day free (coupon code). I offered them $15 per day extra for an m37 and they took it. That one came out to $32 per day with a free day in there.
Few weeks prior to that I had a two week rental of a g37. Total with tax that rental came to $280. Reserved a large pickup
Enterprise San Francisco
Not bad for being under 25 and renting cars. I just don't like renting the same old american piles time after time. Glad I am now able to affordably rent decent cars. Back when I was 18 it was a bit more difficult. I used to go to off site rental places and pay a bunch for terrible service and mediocre vehicles.
09-10-2013 05:38 AM
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