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Infiniti FX35, Infiniti FX45, Infiniti FX50, SUV
#636 of 1807 Re: Recent Quote on 2004 Infiniti FX35 AWD [vick]
Oct 21, 2004 (11:39 pm)
Vic, if it's really $38102 for AWD with all the packages and options you listed then it sounds like an awesome deal. I tried using Edmunds.com to price out your car and it invoice at 40301 and and not 39711. You may want to make sure the quote you got is for the AWD model and not the RWD. Good luck.
I got mine last Saturday at 1k under invoice and I thought I got a pretty good deal....
#637 of 1807 Incentives
Oct 22, 2004 (1:50 pm)
There are dealer incentives on 2004 FX35s that can add up to $1500.
#638 of 1807 Re: Looking for Pricing Tips on a new 2004 Infiniti FX35 AWD [vick]
Oct 23, 2004 (4:42 am)
That is too high; I bought the two wheel drive version of this car (same packages and features)in April for $38K in Southern Cal.
#639 of 1807 FX35 Coming Out with a Hybrid Version???
Oct 23, 2004 (12:02 pm)
Is anyone aware if Infiniti is planning on coming out with a hybrid version of the FX35? Any concerns of purchasing an Infiniti FX35 then having a severe depreciation due to inferior mileage compared to newer hybrid versions that may be introduced? Comments or insights on whether this is on the drawing board?
#640 of 1807 Re: FX35 Coming Out with a Hybrid Version??? [vick]
Oct 23, 2004 (1:15 pm)
No plans at the moment. Infinitis plans for their image is performance based - RWD or AWD, high power output, firm ride, etc. Hybrids really don't fit into that vision. Also, when you look at the premium that hybrids command ($4000 to $5000 in the case of the Ford Escape), that difference can buy an awful large amount of gasoline.
#641 of 1807 looking for the perfect fx 35
Oct 23, 2004 (8:37 pm)
IAM LOOKING TO GET THE FX35 WITH THE TOURING AND THE SPORTS PACKAGE I WANT TO KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN I GET DOWN TO THE DEALERSHIP I HAVE A TRADEIN WORTH ABOUT 15000 AND I WANT TO KNO HOW TO LOOK FOR THE HIDDEN FEES ECT.. NOW IAM LOOKING TO SAVE THE MOST AND WANT TO KNOW WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO DO IT MY FREIND TOLD ME TO GO DOWN TO THE DEALERSHIP ABOUT MID DECEMBER IS HE RIGHT PLUS WHEN DO THEY USUALLY RUN THE MOST SALES,? THANKS PLEASE SOME1 TELL ME WHAT I GOTTA DO THANKS AGAIN ( BEEN SCREWED TWICE WHEN PURCHASED USED CARS )...
#642 of 1807 Re: looking for the perfect fx 35 [kd270]
Oct 24, 2004 (6:57 am)
If you are looking for an '04, not is the time to buy! The 05's have just started arriving at dealers and they are running great sales on all the old 04's. You should be able to get at least $1000 off invoice if not more. I've gotten some quotes for 1600-1700 off invoice. There are incentives to the dealerships for up to 1500 off the 04's. So now is a great time for an '04. If you want an '05, I cannot answer. My dealer said it would be a few months before they had real good deals on them.
#643 of 1807 Re: looking for the perfect fx 35 [kd270]
Oct 24, 2004 (10:05 am)
The question is, do you buy now when there are still plenty of 2004 models left so you get a good price and a reasonably deal or do you wait until Jan/Feb and get an even better deal but less of a choice? If getting a rock bottom price is the most important thing to you and you are willing to take whatever is left over then wait until the new year. You might save an extra $1500 to $2000.
P.S. Please don't use CAPS. It's hard on the eye and is considered to be the equivalent of shouting.
#644 of 1807 Pricing on the '05 FX35
Oct 24, 2004 (7:27 pm)
What kind of pricing has everyone been quoted on the 05's? I got a quote from my dealer for $1700 over invoice. I have not idea if that is good or not. I can get an '04 for $1700 under invoice. With the price increase for the '05s that's about a $4000 difference. I really like the cosmetic changes in the '05 and the difference is probabaly made up for in the 1 year of depreciation I'd take immediately for the '04. Any thoughts? Any better pricing on the '05s?
#645 of 1807 Re: Pricing on the '05 FX35 [kflanary]
Oct 25, 2004 (9:49 am)
If you can, wait a couple of months and prices will settle for the 2005 models. Last year in January, a 2004 could be had for $100 to $200 over invoice. There doesn't seem to be any reason not to expect the same this year.