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#72 of 975 Q45 off lease
Oct 02, 2000 (2:35 pm)
We have a 2000 G-20 for a year. Bought it with the idea of passing it down to our kid after graduation. Prying the keys from my wife's hand in May. I hope to talk her into getting a Q45 off lease. Maybe a 2000 Annv Edt when everyone wants the 2002 in May or June. How are 2000 holding up? What prices could I be looking at if there are any left on the lots? She love the I30 but for the price and rear wheel drive the Q45 is too good to pass up. Will buy the 7year/100miles warr. From Infiniti or warr gold. But how are the new cars holding up/quality/ride. write me
#73 of 975 luckylar
Oct 02, 2000 (10:24 pm)
If you're going to get a 2000 this spring, you should make out like a bandit. They've been selling for way below invoice on carsdirect.com and other sites. No one is buying them, everyone (including me) is waiting to see the 2002.
#74 of 975 1997 Q45 coming off lease
Oct 12, 2000 (9:24 pm)
I am looking at a 97 Q45 that is just off lease with 31,000. Dealer has it listed at $31k but says that there is room to play. What's the market for this car. Edmunds has it $22k to $26k. Looking at other people's posting 22k to 24 seams to be the market price. Can anyone advise?
#75 of 975 97 Q Price
Oct 12, 2000 (10:57 pm)
Joetheflow1: If the car has 31k miles; looks like it should for that milage; and has been serviced properly, don't be too concerned over the price. Low milage cars always bring a premium, and if it's a nice car you'll be glad you paid it. The dealer should let you have it in the $26-$27k range - depending on what locale you live in. $22k is a little low if the car is as nice as the milage suggests. Jack26's price of $23k for a 40k mile car is pretty good assuming there are no defects...DB
#76 of 975 Thoughts on a proposed deal on 97 Q45
Oct 13, 2000 (9:11 pm)
I'm already sold on the 97 Q45--I just want to make sure that I'm getting a good deal. The car has 39K and the dealer is offering a 6yr/100k warranty for $26.5K.
Based on my research seems like a pretty good deal--I estimate that he's giving me the car between $24K-$25K with 1.5K-2.5K on the warranty.
Oct 14, 2000 (9:43 pm)
Here in Houston u can get 97 Q45s for $21-$23k, depending on mileage. 1.5k-2.5 k for a warranty, imo, is quite steep. 3-4 yrs old Q45's should be very reliable in general, especially if it's Infiniti dealer that's selling the car (they make sure it's in good cond. b4 they sell it).
Try yahoo clasified, you ought to see lots of choices there.
#78 of 975 Antennae mast
Oct 15, 2000 (8:07 pm)
I'll post this question here and in yahoo: I bent my mast going through the carwash. I visited the dealer and bought the mast but couldn't take the time to have them install it and they said that I could replace it myself. (I live 3 hrs away from the dealer.) Has anyone had experience replacing the mast? Any tips on what needs to be done?
#79 of 975 Took the plunge. (dspearman)
Oct 15, 2000 (9:16 pm)
>>>I bought my first Infinity.... It's got 104k on it and I got a two year extended warranty covering everything except electrical. The whole thing tax, title, blah... came to llk.<<< I own a '91 Q with less than 75,000 miles. It has new tires, is exceptionally clean (it was my mother-in-laws) and runs great. If anyone wants a great car for less than $11,000, send me an e-mail. I'll deliver!
#80 of 975 Looking for '99 Q45
Oct 18, 2000 (2:16 pm)
I am looking to buy a '99 Q45 for around $30k. Is this a realistic price? My choice is either a new Acura 3.2 TL or '99 Q45. I believe the Acura will hold its value better over the next 3 years.
Would appreciate your input.
Oct 19, 2000 (9:41 pm)
It will be difficult to find a 99 Q for that price. I would wait until may or june and buy a 2000 that is coming off the 12 month leases.
A used Q is going to hold better value than a brand new TL.