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Infiniti G35, Infiniti G37, Coupe, Sedan
#10945 of 11065 Re: G37 Coupe [tamela]
Jan 13, 2012 (4:46 pm)
Do your homework, obviously! Check the weekend big city newspapers for the best deals. The real papers not the Online edition. At least here in California anything they advertise has to be legit. That may not be the case in other areas. If you want the best deal you may have to travel a distance. I've gone to the bay area and la to get the best deals...about 3 hrs away. I bought a g37 coupe in 08 for 8 grand off and recently a 370z roadster also 8 grand off through the newspaper ads. Or the dealership website. Look for dealers that display their ads on their website. If you are in the Midwest another dealer is fields Infiniti with 2 lots in the Chicago area. They sometimes post good deals on their websites. You may find other deals if you poke around in the papers and on dealer websites. Good luck!
Jan 13, 2012 (7:30 pm)
Through TRUECar, I got an offer of $2,102 off of invoice on any G37 Sedan of my choice. Sounds good. Please advise. Thanks
#10947 of 11065 Re: Infiniti G37 Sedan [doubledown11]
Jan 14, 2012 (8:18 am)
Which ZIP code?
#10948 of 11065 Re: Infiniti G37 Sedan [domelz]
Jan 14, 2012 (4:31 pm)
Feb 09, 2012 (8:57 pm)
I have decided to buy a new 2011 G37x AWD, and I'd love some advice on what to offer and what should be my ceiling.
I haven't decided whether I want navigation yet, but I definitely want the Premium Package with a few other, minor features. Both of my finalists -- one with nav and one without -- are listed as "clearance" by my local dealer, in Kansas City.
Without navigation, which I'm leaning toward, is priced by the dealer now at $38,797. TrueCar suggests the market average price is $37,401. Dealer price, according to TrueCar, is $35,953.
If I decide on the navigation package, too, the listed clearance price is $39,875. The market average on TrueCar is $38,899. Dealer cost is listed at $37,519.
So are these market averages reasonable? Can I do better? What would be a good price to start at -- and, more important, what should I be looking at for my final, out-the-door price?
Thanks so much for the help. Looking forward to joining the Infiniti family.
#10950 of 11065 Re: First offer? [johntalouette]
by kyfdx HOST
Feb 10, 2012 (5:34 am)
Those prices seem high..
We leased a 2011 G37XS (no NAV) in October.... at about the same selling price they are giving you now..
They have pretty good lease deals on 2012 models... have you considered leasing?
#10952 of 11065 Re: Help a newbie [bobnyc]
Feb 17, 2012 (11:48 am)
This is the G forum, you need to post in the M forum
Mar 07, 2012 (12:23 am)
I live in SF bay area. I want to lease a G37 with premium package and navigation package. The MSRP I got is $41,495. The invoice price Edmunds.com gives me is $38,268. I don't know what the proper price to settle down with dealer to calcuate my monthly rent. How about $38,000??
Can anybody tell me or point me to a correct resource to look up a proper sales price?
BTW, is the aprised trade-in value of my old car on Edmunds.com really an excutable good value with dealers?
Thanks a lot.