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#1407 of 3411 True, from Nissan News web site
Nov 23, 2003 (6:27 am)
Infiniti Announces 2004 FX45/FX35 Pricing [Oct. 08, 03]
GARDENA, Calif. (October 8, 2003) – Infiniti, the luxury division of Nissan North America, Inc., today announced 2004 model year pricing on the breakthrough Infiniti FX45 and FX35 premium crossover SUV. In 2004, FX continues to offer a unique combination of aggressive styling, outstanding performance and luxury car comfort.
The all-wheel drive FX45, with its standard 315-horsepower V8 engine, 5-speed automatic transmission and long list of luxury features, starts at a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $44,375. A powerful V6 engine version, the FX35 features a MSRP of $35,850 for the all-wheel drive model, while the rear-wheel drive model begins at a MSRP of $34,350.
Enhancements for the 2004 FX include a refined suspension for improved ride comfort, a new 8-way power passenger seat that replaces the previous 4-way design, available aluminum roof rails and 20-inch chrome-plated wheels, new dark silver metallic finish added to 20-inch wheels (for non-chrome wheels), standard HVAC air filter added on all models, and the addition of a Snow-Mode function (shifts throttle input algorithm in low-speed slippery road conditions once activated by the driver for enhanced traction).
Complete pricing and option packages are available on the attached sheets.
For more information on the complete line of Infiniti luxury vehicles and the Total Ownership Experience (TOE) philosophy, visit Infiniti online at www.infiniti.com or contact the corporate media line at 310-771-5631.
Nov 23, 2003 (8:50 am)
Anyone know how or where to decode a FX VIN. Will it tell me what month my FX 45 was built? Infinitihelp.com was no help.
Nov 23, 2003 (10:49 am)
No need for a VIN deocder for that, and it won't tell you anyway since the cars are just numbered sequentially. Just look on the sticker on the frame when you open the driver's door. It should be on there in a format like this "05/02" which is when my G35 was built.
Nov 23, 2003 (2:05 pm)
Please, let's limit quotations from copyrighted material to brief excerpts.
Nov 24, 2003 (8:31 am)
AFAIK, the suspension enhancements were effective for 2004 model FX's. However, if you're happy with the 2003 FX45 (which also carries a $3K incentive) that you drove, that's all that matters. Enjoy, you made a great choice.
FWIW, a good addition (for me, anyway) to the 2004 model is the height-adjustable passenger seat.
#1412 of 3411 '03 FX Incentives?
Nov 24, 2003 (1:41 pm)
I am about 2 yrs into my '02 QX4 lease, and I am considering inquiring with my dealer about turning in early on a '03 FX35 or 45. Anyone have any input on what I should expect? I am about 4K under my allotted (30K) miles to date.
I've heard mention of incentives available on '03 FXs ($3K on 45, etc.), however, I don't see this info available on Edmunds under incentives. Where can I find this info?
Nov 24, 2003 (2:17 pm)
"All incentives and rebates are listed here: New car incentives, auto rebates, dealer incentives at Edmunds
Click on the Infiniti link and pick out the model you're interested in."
My point was, several people have mentioned the 3K incentive, but nothing is listed on the link you provided. Where are they getting their info?
#1415 of 3411 04 fx handling
Nov 24, 2003 (4:34 pm)
I'm new to the board. My infiniti dealer recommended I check it out. Just took out a 04 FX 35 with sport and touring package for a test drive. During the first 5-10 min. I was struck by the busy ride which I had read about but after 15-20 min ( driving in residential area) I hardly noticed it (although my wife continued with some complaining). I'm tempted to get sport and touring because I like the handling but live in the NE where pot holes were invented. Any advice? thanks
#1416 of 3411 re: incentives
Nov 24, 2003 (7:03 pm)
Where are they getting their info?
Incentives are often local and the figures provided here are keyed to your zip code. I'm not seeing any incentives in my area either.