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Infiniti g Has anyone leased one?

I really want one and am wondering, for all the people who have leased one, how much did you end up paying? I probably cant afford to buy it but i can definitely lease. I just wanna know what I should be expecting. Thanks.

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Leasing is the only way to get a car.....why buy something that depreciates......RULE#1......DO NOT talk payments until you feel that you have worked the best sale price on the car......never ever let them get you on payments.....from the start, tell them that you only want to see the best deal that you can get on the car.....go to the lot after hours, pick the one that you want....get all of the options on the car...then go to and get the "True Market Value" will also get the invoice cost on it....ask for list of all of the rebates the best deal of the True Market Value and then and only then do you work payments.....take the TMV and multiply it by 20 and that will give you a good idea of the payments (close enough for grenades or scare you off)......leases will be lower......good luck.....remember RULE#1 and the only rule you need to remember.....negotiate for the best price!!!

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