Hi Ro,

Hope all is well.
I do not have the spreadsheet, but let me know if there is a vehicle that you are interested.



Email sent in regards to a Sienna. Want to get out of my current 2014 into a newer.


Good morning.
New incentives are available.
Please email me if you are on the market for Toyota

Sorry but I do not have a spread sheet




Thank you for all your vehicle inquiries and the opportunities to help you with your car buying needs on this forum. Many of you have inquired spread sheet about my lease offers. Finally, I have it ready for you. Please PM or email me @

These deal are based on 36 months, 12k miles per year (minimum), $500 out of pocket and include 9.5% sales tax… For $0 out of pocket please add about $15 per month.

Thank you.


To get a link for no-haggle pricing please PM or email me @

These deals are NOT available from our internet department or sales floor. You must contact me directly.

Leases are through TFS only and based on:
$500 out of pocket, 36mo / 12k miles (minimum) / 720+ fico score and include 9.5% sales tax.

For 15k miles/year please add about $15 - $25 per month (based on the model)
For $0 out of pocket please add about $15 per month

Thank you all,

Dimitri Azatov
Fleet Manager



Good morning all,

40+ great deals on the spread sheet.

to get the spread sheet please send me an email or PM

Thank you all and have a great weekend!!!



I started at Northridge Toyota in 2007 as a sales person and learned to appreciate the great value that Toyota offers to customers. I was promoted to Fleet in 2013. I strive to provide my customers an exceptional experience. I am originally from Republic of Georgia and speak Russian and Georgian languages. I moved to the States in 2002.

Northridge Toyota is a family-owned and operated dealership that has proudly served drivers from San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles County for more that 40 years.

Northridge Toyota is an LA City Green-Certified Building, and we’re constantly working to reduce our carbon footprint. We built a brand-new facility that opened in June of 2015. Allowing us to better serve our customers, we now have three floors that cover a 75,000-square foot area of space.

Thank you for allowing me to have an opportunity to earn your business. 818-532-3612



INVOICE: $46,451
SELLING: $46,951
RESIDUAL: $31,092

$500, 35 X $765
$1,500 , 35 X $731
$2,500, 35 X $700

Payment includes 9.5% sales tax
12k miles, 720+ fico

Please contact me for more info.
Thank you!!

Worst leases you've seen

I’m looking for a 2018 Prius 2. Can you beat these numbers?

Top tier credit, loyal customer - 5 prius leases, 1 Rav 4, 1 Lexus.


Good morning all and Happy Halloween!!!
2018 units are running low on Highlander, Tacoma, 4Runner and Tundra
Let me know if you need the spreadsheet. Last day of October specials!
Please email me @ or PM


Good morning all,
Will have link / spread sheet ready after 1pm
please pm or email me to
thank you all for last month


Sorry guys. will have link/sheet in about 30min. thank you


Eeek $778 per month for a 4Runner…seems pretty damn high to me! That’s for a lease!?


Hello Bjam,
I do not have on my spread sheet 4Runner with $778 payment. please double check and let me know.
thank you


aim for 280-300 tax inc with only 2k @ signing.


hello all. if you received my spread sheet, there were few mistakes in few quotes. Just noticed on Prius… let me go over and correct it… Sorry about that.


This is a terrible deal, are you sure your math is right? This is over 14% apr if $46,951 is truely the selling price and would be over $11,000 in interest alone!

At the 4runner’s typical poor rate of 0.0027, you’d need a selling price nearing $60,000 to make the math work.


hello cmacfar,
thank you for your feedback and response.
yes I did numbers correct and if you would like I can email you the PDF file with all numbers (dont think I can upload PDF here. I was selling at 46,951 (this unit is already gone). Rate was 0.0027 and payment was included tax. before tax payment was $700.


wait someone actually took it at that price? :scream:


You’re correct, I had my math wrong. I had input 0.00027 for my MF. The money factor makes this a tough deal though for sure. I still can’t quite get to your numbers if the sales prices includes all fees and acquisition fees which I assume it does not though. It’s better if you show the selling price as the net cap cost and/or break down the extra fees.