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Infiniti G35, Infiniti G37, Coupe, Sedan
#3562 of 11107 Re: The new G35 is available a good amount below MSRP [yogiowner]
Nov 16, 2006 (9:00 pm)
I've decided not to pay more than $28k for the car. So, I'm priced out of the market.
I am not an Infiniti salesperson, but just curious as to why a 2006 G35 would not be worthy of your consideration and what other makes/models would you be considering?
At about the same MSRP, a 2006 based model G35 with sunroof is certainly attainable for $28k right now, whereas a 2007 will set you back about $34k. To me, the 2006 is truly a bargain, and it is only possible because the new model has come out. For $28k, I think you will be hard pressed to find a better choice in this category.
#3563 of 11107 Re: 06 G35 Coupe Lease [phantom5]
Nov 16, 2006 (9:15 pm)
Phantom can you help me. I am looking for the exact same car and would be happy with your deal. I'm in Phoenix have PERFECT credit and was wondering who I should talk to about a deal like yours. I would appreciate as many details as you are willing to share as all information helps in negotiations.
#3564 of 11107 Re: 2007 Infiniti & Nissan-Consumer Reports [dynamos]
Nov 16, 2006 (9:17 pm)
Out of curiosity how much off MSRP did you get on the 07 G-35??? They are selling at list in the Midwest..
#3565 of 11107 The costco deal is $1000 off MSRP, Good deal or not?
Nov 16, 2006 (9:37 pm)
Planning to buy a 2007 G35 Journey with Nav, Premium and Tech package through the costco, they offer $1000 below MSRP in SF bay area. Is that a good deal?
#3566 of 11107 Re: Need Useful Info... [jtla]
Nov 17, 2006 (11:26 am)
I figure that $28K is a good price for a Sedan with some options. When you you think that Coupe prices will fall (when the '08 model comes out)?
Also does anyone have information on the Infiniti interest rates now? I know in Oct they were offering 3.95/60Month for coupes but the site no longer states that. Thanks.
#3567 of 11107 Re: The new G35 is available a good amount below MSRP [jtla]
Nov 17, 2006 (11:49 am)
I love the car; but i won't pay the $31K plus tax, tags and fees these dealers in the tri-state ny area are trying to charge. (for the g35x base model with a sunroof).
supply is limited and these guys in my area have hiked the price up, now that the 2007 model is out.
so it's not that i don't want the car, it's just that i won't be fleeced.
#3568 of 11107 Re: 2007 Infiniti & Nissan-Consumer Reports [saisson]
Nov 17, 2006 (1:13 pm)
I purchased mine for $500 below msrp. The only other quote I received was from my credit union buying service, which is something similar to Costco's service. The credit union quote was $500 over msrp. My G is a Journey with premium, performance wheels/tires, mud flaps and cargo net. Dealers in SoCal are keeping pretty close to sticker because of the limited supply at this time.
Nov 17, 2006 (2:23 pm)
I just got a 2007 G35x, with Prem. pckg / Nav. and the dealer took ~1100 off the MSRP. I decided to lease, but they still did the lease based on that price. I got 19K miles a year (42 month), put down $4525 (including trade-in) and my monthly is $547.
#3571 of 11107 Re: Need Useful Info... [gmorales]
Nov 17, 2006 (6:40 pm)
I know in Oct they were offering 3.95/60Month for coupes but the site no longer states that.
this was the rate till last saturday....it might or might not be the same currently...check with the dealer