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Infiniti FX35, Infiniti FX45, Infiniti FX50, SUV
#1451 of 1806 Re: FX 35 at invoice? [blueyfish]
Jan 31, 2009 (9:34 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 1806 Re: FX 35 at invoice? [UMD]
Feb 02, 2009 (7:09 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 1806 FX 35 nice price
Feb 07, 2009 (6:15 pm)
Thanks for info - i'm after the same configuration - did they quote you abny lease rates ?
#1454 of 1806 New FX35 owner, yay!
Feb 07, 2009 (7:49 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 1806 Re: FX 35 nice price [billri]
Feb 07, 2009 (8:43 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 1806 Re: Is this a good deal? [msu79gt82]
Feb 09, 2009 (10:52 pm)
So you got $1300 below Edmunds listed invoice price from a Houston dealer? Which one, if you don't mind me asking?
Feb 13, 2009 (8:50 am)
Here is a lease deal I was quoted from fleet sales at Santa Monica Infiniti:
2009 FX AWD w/ Premium, Navigation and Deluxe touring - MSRP: $51,435
They will lease the vehicle to me at invoice price $47,045 for 39 months. $1,725.00 due at signing. Monthly payment of $537.00 + tax. (totals $581.00 in my county)
I am not bothering to list the money factor, residual, etc. She is using the latest programs offered by Infiniti which are listed here in a previous post. This includes the $2,000 customer loyalty discount since I am a current Infiniti lease holder.
#1459 of 1806 Cash purchase, Washington DC area
Feb 22, 2009 (6:29 pm)
We just bought a 2009 FX35 AWD, liquid platinum/graphite, with premium, navigation, deluxe touring, roof rail cross bars, cargo organizer and splash guards. MSRP was $53,010, invoice was $48,448, bought for $3000 under invoice at $45,448, plus a $99 dealer fee. It was a cash purchase. To close the gap on our trade-in, they also threw in their dealer "appearance package" (rubber floor mats and an emergency kit) and the first oil change. The dealer was Jim Colman Infiniti in Bethesda, MD. A very smooth purchase, highly recommended.
I also got an identical quote for any FX35 on the lot by email from Sheehy Infiniti in Annapolis, MD, but they didn't have a color/option combination on the lot that we wanted. They were extremely responsive and eager to please by email.
#1460 of 1806 Re: Cash purchase, Washington DC area [chazas]
Feb 25, 2009 (1:36 pm)
Im looking at the FX35 from Jim Coleman Infiniti as well. I plan on getting it with the Tech, Nav, deluxe, and Premium Package. We plan on paying in cash. Do you have any idea what i should be expecting with this downturn in the economy??
Ive been looking at a few of the dealers in town and I really dont know what price i should haggle to