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2017 Nissan Sentra S Lease for $116/month $1,196 Drive Off YMMV

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Found this deal on edmunds price promise. 2017 Nissan Sentra S lease for $116/month $1,196 total due at signing ($18,075 MSRP). I prefer $0 down so would request for them to roll it into the monthly payment, but its effectively $150/month $0 down.

This deal was found in Southern California.

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Created 09-19-2017 at 10:39 AM by munzdeals92
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Nothing useful in Houston
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$160/mo and $1500 down in Seattle metro area.
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I'm getting $180/month with $180 down in SC/GA area for a car that is $19000. Do I get them to price match with Cali's rate? Never done a lease, so forgive me if this has already been asked in other deals.
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I hope you all realize that is base car and by that I mean, manual transmission.

Not sure how this deal will work at other dealers but, OP's car is manual. Nissan window sticker for OP's VIN below:

http://mclaren722.herokuapp.com/n...P3HY400822

YMMV, but OP you need to mention this, most people wont even bother with the deal if the car is manual.
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paying a little more than this for a 2017 equinox LT with leather / other upgrades 15k/yr mileage with all maintenance included MSRP was ~$31k, meh.

$99/mo $0 down wouldn't be bad though.
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Found one in the St. Louis area for $1777 down and $77 a month. MSRP is $21,640. Comes with auto transmission (CVT), power windows/doors/locks.

Great deal, but I'm not in the market for a car.
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paying a little more than this for a 2017 equinox LT with leather / other upgrades 15k/yr mileage with all maintenance included MSRP was ~$31k, meh.

$99/mo $0 down wouldn't be bad though.
can we get some details? contact person / referral to your dealership?
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I know lease and financing are not the same thing... but are they based off the same purchase price?

I recently purchased a new Toyota Camry(base model with only 1 extra option) for just $19700 plus tax/tags/fees out the door. I financed that amount using my credit union because my credit isn't that good. My credit union as able to offer me a much lower rate of just 3.75% for 72 months.
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can we get some details? contact person / referral to your dealership?

I think the promo's I stacked are long gone - this was dec of 2016 when I got the deal.. just more so saying I couldn't see spending a little less to get half the car.. but I'd be willing to bet we see similar numbers on other makes'models Nov/Dec time.
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Probably better to pick up an automatic Elantra for $0 down and <$150/mo if you're considering this.
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Found one in the St. Louis area for $1777 down and $77 a month. MSRP is $21,640. Comes with auto transmission (CVT), power windows/doors/locks.

Great deal, but I'm not in the market for a car.
Can you send us a screenshot or something so I can haggle with the guys in my town? TIA
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Probably better to pick up an automatic Elantra for $0 down and <$150/mo if you're considering this.
Agreed and that way you won't have to drive a Sentra which is pretty much the worst car in its class.
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Can you send us a screenshot or something so I can haggle with the guys in my town? TIA
Here is the actual vehicle:
http://www.bommaritonissanhazelwo...4ae57f.htm

and here is a screenshot of the lease offer:

https://imgur.com/a/WgEGF
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Here is the actual vehicle:
http://www.bommaritonissanhazelwo...4ae57f.htm

and here is a screenshot of the lease offer:

https://imgur.com/a/WgEGF
Repped, thanks! That is way cheaper than OP's deal because it comes out to $127 if you bundle the down payment into the montly fees.
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