Infiniti Lease Specials

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Discover the Best Infiniti Lease Deals in New York City, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Do you want to lease an Infiniti in NYC? Shop with a fully insured, licensed, and accredited company like We have nationwide access to all makes and models and work directly with multiple financial institutions to offer you the most affordable 0 down lease with no hidden fees or extra costs.

eAutoLease offers the best lease deals on the most exclusive, rare, and exotic Infiniti models and handles all price, additional package, and mileage negotiations. We conduct our business with honesty and trust to ensure you get the perfect vehicle at an unbeatable price and secure the necessary financing.

Having been awarded a 5-star rating by CARS.COM, our reliable leasing company offers fantastic Infiniti lease deals in New York with short-term options and same-day delivery right to your home, business, or other convenient location.

Some of the Infiniti Leasing Discounts, Offers, and Rebates Include:

  • $2,500 – Manufacturer Discount
  • $3,500 – Financial rebate
  • $2,000 – Bonus rebate, Dealer Bonus Cash
  • $1,000 – Loyalty discount for owners of the vehicle of the same make
  • $1,000 – Conquest cash incentive for owners and lessees of competing vehicles
  • $500 – College graduate discount. Must have graduated from an accredited college or university within the past two years.
  • $500 – Military discount. Active, Veteran, or Retired U.S. Military
  • $500 – Corporate rebate offer

*Note: Some of the best Infiniti lease specials and discounts aren’t mentioned. We may be able to provide you additional discounts on your new car if you live in New York City or New Jersey.

Save 10-15% OFF Infiniti Car Leasing

Are you interested in saving even more? Inquire about the Infiniti DEMO leasing program, available in New Jersey and New York. Demos are new cars that have been driven by dealership employees or utilized as test-drive vehicles by customers. Demos can range in mileage from a few hundred to thousands of miles. It’s an ideal option for someone who does not mind driving a car with mileage and wants to save money on the lease.

Infiniti FAQ

How Much Is It to Lease an Infiniti?

The monthly lease payment for a 2022 Infiniti Q50 starts at $389 a month with $3,999 due at signing. Consider leasing the 2022 Infiniti QX50 LUXE for $399 a month with a $4,099 down payment. Additionally, the 2022 Infiniti QX80 LUXE 4WD lease is currently available for $799 a month with a $7,199 down payment. Remember that the price of leasing a vehicle may vary depending on available inventory, special offers, and seasonal specials. For more information on the available discount programs, please reach out to us.

Does the Infiniti Lease Include Maintenance?

Most Infiniti lease deals include free maintenance services like oil changes and wiper blade replacements, among other things. We will outline the details in your lease agreement.

Does the Infiniti Lease Include Gap Insurance?

The Infiniti lease includes GAP insurance. GAP protects you from incurring additional costs if your vehicle is involved in an accident. Suppose you crash your vehicle and owe more money than your finance department is willing to provide you. GAP will cover the price difference.

What Credit Score Do You Need to Lease an Infiniti?

Infiniti Financial Services requires a relatively high credit score for a buyer to be considered suitable for financing. Infiniti considers a 600 credit score to be low, and the minimum credit score required is 690.

Can You Lease an Infiniti with No Money Down?

eAutoLease can offer you deals with no down payments. However, even with a zero-down lease, you must still pay fees, sales tax, and, in most cases, the first month’s lease payment.

Can You Transfer an Infiniti Lease?

You will not be able to transfer the lease if there are less than seven payments left on it. The transfer or sublease of an Infiniti vehicle is prohibited under the Infiniti Signature Lease Agreement unless expressly authorized in writing by Infiniti Financial Services, a division of Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation.

Can You Extend an Infiniti Lease?

Yes, you can request a month-to-month lease extension. This extension allows you to finalize your next lease or complete the buyout process.

How Much Does Infiniti Charge for Extra Miles on a Lease?

Infiniti charges for miles driven in excess of the lease agreement’s mileage allowance. The excess mileage charge is 25 cents per mile driven in excess of the allotted mileage.

How Much Is It to Lease an Infiniti Q60?

The MSRP on an Infiniti Q60 is $41,750. Leasing an Infiniti Q60 is about $469 per month for 36 months with $5,299 down. This lease deal allows you 10,000 miles per year.

Can You Own a Leased Infiniti?

Infiniti offers a lease-end buyout, which allows you to purchase the vehicle at the end of the lease period. If you enjoy driving your leased Infiniti and don’t want to drive another car in a comparable price range, this could be the best auto lease buyout plan for you.

What Type of Oil Should You Use for Leased Infiniti?

Infiniti recommends using only high-performance synthetic oil and Infiniti brand oil filters since these components can help enhance your car’s performance.

What is Infiniti’s History?

In 1989, Infiniti debuted in the United States with the Q45 and M30. Around the same time, Toyota debuted Lexus and Honda debuted Acura. The Q45 originally had a shorter wheelbase. In 1992, it was redesigned to the President’s wheelbase at 5mm longer. With a V8 engine, four-wheel steering, and active suspension, the Q45 was good competition for other luxury sedans like the BMW 7 Series and the Mercedes S-class.

Infiniti needed a mid-luxury sedan to compete with the Acura Legend and Lexus GS, so they developed the J30, which was unsuccessful due to its cramped interior. The G35, on the other hand, was a huge success.

When Infiniti’s sales began to slow in 1993, the company launched a campaign featuring zen-inspired spots without showing the cars themselves. Designers chose a more monochromatic appearance over flashy accents. Sales skyrocketed following the introduction of the QX4 and the I30.

Infiniti introduced a new method of naming cars in 2012. The Q prefix would identify all sedans and coupes, while the QX prefix would identify SUVs. The number would not indicate engine displacement but rather the car’s position in the Infiniti hierarchy.

Why Choose Infiniti?

Infiniti is a Japanese affordable luxury car manufacturer known for its sleek and comfortable sedans, coupes, SUVs, and hybrids. Nissan created the brand to compete with Toyota and Honda, both of which have luxury car lines. Infiniti provides its drivers with comfort, safety, and luxury features at a reasonable price, making Infiniti cars among the most popular to lease.

The Infiniti Q70 was named one of the top five most reliable cars in 2016 and the most reliable Luxury/MidSize car. Infiniti as a brand was ranked as the 8th most reliable brand out of 29 car makers. The Q70 has had no recalls since 2012. It also came with a four-year/60,000-mile warranty, demonstrating that the Infiniti brand has faith in its vehicles. The average Infiniti needs repairs about 0.7 times a year. Only 10% of Infiniti repairs are considered severe.

Help with Leasing an Infiniti

Our leasing experts are more than happy to answer all questions and walk you through the entire process, from filling out a credit application to arranging financing, choosing a car option, and having it delivered to your home or place of business. We offer the most affordable, friendly, and fast way to lease a vehicle, so please reach us today.

We’re here to help and make your leasing process as smooth as possible.

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