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Infiniti FX35, Infiniti FX45, Infiniti FX50, SUV
#1447 of 1807 Re: 2008 FX 35 Option combo question [bullfrog34]
Jan 23, 2009 (10:26 am)
I have had trouble using Edmunds for options packages - usually there are small differences. I went to Infiniti.com and built a new 09 FX35. It allows you to add the navigation package without adding the technology package. However, if technology package is selected then it requires the addition of navigation. I'm guessing this applies to 2008 models as well. It sounds like the seller is correct that it can have the navigation w/o technology package. I would go by Infiniti's website as far as what exactly comes with each package.
#1448 of 1807 Re: 2008 FX 35 Option combo question [bullfrog34]
Jan 23, 2009 (12:05 pm)
nav was available as a stand alone option. check out reviews for 2008 ps;at12000 miles w/ 89-93 octane avg 20.1-21.4 mpg mix hghwy-cty[much better than advertised]
#1449 of 1807 Re: 2009 FX 35 Technology [bullfrog34]
Jan 26, 2009 (9:43 am)
Actually the Technology Package is somewhat rare in the '09s; there are very few Premium, Nav, Tech models out there.
#1450 of 1807 Is this a good deal?
Jan 30, 2009 (10:17 am)
Very little forum traffic on FX35s right now, must not be selling all that well? However dealers in the Houston area are not giving them away.
Best deal I have come up with is about $1700 or so ABOVE Invoice (adjusted for the currrent $3000 Incentive to the dealer) - I guess technically I'm about $1300 below Invoice. I guess I had hoped for a deal closer to the adjusted Invoice (i.e. about $2500, or more, below current Invoice figures).
#1451 of 1807 Re: FX 35 at invoice? [blueyfish]
Jan 31, 2009 (8:34 pm)
Just purchased a 2009 FX35 AWD with Premium Pkg, Navigation Pkg, and splash guards in Obsidian Black.
Final on the road price was $44517... that is car + destination + tax + title + tags + $98 processing fee.
I think that comes out to over $9000 off of MSRP (sticker was $50k) and $4000 less than invoice. I paid cash so no financing was involved. This was at Sheehy Infiniti in Annapolis MD. I put in an internet quote stating I was going to buy in 24 hrs and they had a quote to me within 5 minutes. I received several other quotes and Annapolis matched the lowest offer. Probably the smoothest car buying experience ever... the guys at Sheehy are great...
#1452 of 1807 Re: FX 35 at invoice? [UMD]
Feb 02, 2009 (6:09 pm)
I think that comes out to over $9000 off of MSRP ... and $4000 less than invoice.
As near as I can tell such a deal is not available in Houston. I tried; hard
#1453 of 1807 FX 35 nice price
Feb 07, 2009 (5:15 pm)
Thanks for info - i'm after the same configuration - did they quote you abny lease rates ?
#1454 of 1807 New FX35 owner, yay!
Feb 07, 2009 (6:49 pm)
After 2 weeks of research and talking with all dealers in the San Francisco bay area, I found an good acceptable deal at Pleasanton Infiniti from a great internet sales rep which I had to take because my G35 is just a tad small for long trips and family.
FX35 AWD 2009 Platinum Graphite/graphite
with Premium/Navigation/splash guards/illuminated step
Invoice ~44,962 (price I bought it at before tax, 5000 below MSRP)
I took the 1.9% APR financing from Infiniti so the price could've been even lower if I paid cash like UMD. There's a $3000 Infiniti to dealer incentive if you pay cash--make sure you negotiate at invoice minus 3000! I wouldn't pay anything over invoice in this economy for any car! Other dealers quoted me 49000/47000/46000 but Pleasanton in the first quote gave me invoice price; talk about haggle free shopping, the way it should be.
All local dealers have overstock and I see few customers, which is much the same with the real estate market. It is a great time to buy if you can.
#1455 of 1807 Re: FX 35 nice price [billri]
Feb 07, 2009 (7:43 pm)
never talked lease... I told them straight up that I was going to pay cash and wanted an out-the-door price.
#1456 of 1807 Re: Is this a good deal? [msu79gt82]
Feb 09, 2009 (9:52 pm)
So you got $1300 below Edmunds listed invoice price from a Houston dealer? Which one, if you don't mind me asking?