Another happy client – he snagged a 2017 Nissan Rogue SV AWD at $260.60 (with $0 cash down).
He sent me two pictures of his car…
Clearly he is a “wheel” guy – I get it.
Let’s take a look at his final lease agreement:
Any time I analyze a lease agreement, I ZOOM to the “Rent Charge” This is the total amount of interest we pay for borrowing the money to lease a car…
If the rent charge is hundreds of dollars, we got an amazing deal. If the rent charge is thousands of dollars, we did not…
As we see, it is just $617.65. Normally, this car’s Rent Charge would be at least $2,600.00. So I know this is going to be an awesome lease price. Because the car dealership needs to lower the Rent Charge to meet our requested monthly payment of $260 a month.
The MSRP sticker price of this Rogue SV is $26,590. And since the payment is just $260.60 (again, with $0 cash down), he is exactly at the target 1% rule.
Here is the best part… the dealership was so “eager” (I will not say desperate) to get this deal, they agreed to a true sign and drive lease:
See how the cash needed for delivery is $1,200. This is for the first payment plus government and dealer fees…
But with a true sign and drive lease, the dealership pays these fees for us.
If you want to lease a Tesla, I cannot help you. Tesla sells direct. And they do not discount a penny off the price of their overpriced cars…
But if you want to lease any other car here in the USA (including any Nissan Rogue) at the absolute lowest price – and always $0 cash down, click here to get access to my KTL leasing system.