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Infiniti QX56, SUV
#196 of 871 Is this a good deal?
Mar 16, 2006 (6:47 pm)
I live in Louisiana, and found an 05 QX56 in Texas. Here is the features:
EXT / INT COLOR
Silver Graphite with Willow Leather Interior
Dual Zone Electronic Climate Control System
Telescoping Steering Wheel
Steering Wheel Radio Controls
Digital Information Center
Tilt Steering Wheel
Power Driver's Seat
Power Passenger Seat
Memory Seat Position
Traction Control System
Driver's Air Bag
Passenger Air Bag
Side Air Bags
Four Wheel Drive
Leather Steering Wheel
AUDIO / VIDEO
NEVER TITLED!! Great Price!! Super Low Miles!! In This 2005 INFINITI QX56 Loaded with Leather, 6CD Bose Custom Sound, Navigation, Alloy Wheels, Heated/Memory Seats, Rear Park Assist, Xenon Headlights, Dual Zone Climate Control, DVD, TV, 3 Row, Reverse Camera!! This car was inspected by a Master ASE Technician, passing an extensive 121-Point Inspection. Oil and filter was changed. Brakes and tires are in good condition. Be sure to ask about Infiniti Certification to 100,000 miles!! Paint is in Good Condition SPECIAL INTERNET PRICING-reduced from $52,995 for internet buyers for quick sale!!!
It has 448 miles on it. I have them down to 45,850. Any thoughts? Thanks a lot.
#197 of 871 Re: Is this a good deal? [dsteber]
Apr 03, 2006 (2:56 pm)
That sounds like a good deal to me. But if you can get them down lower maybe by 1000 or more try it. Be sure to try to find you own financing.
#199 of 871 ANY HOPE THE 2007 WILL BE MORE RELIABLE?
Sep 11, 2006 (5:32 pm)
Just wondering. I like the styling but have been put off by the low reliability ratings.
#200 of 871 Need Help with Pricing
Sep 25, 2006 (12:56 pm)
I'd appreciate feedback from anyone on whether or not this is a good deal on a lease of a new 2006 QX56 with DVD, sunroof, 12k miles per year:
Sale Price: $53,572
Monthly payment: $777.74 (residual 48%, money factor .0043)
Due at signing: $1415.74 (first month, Bank fee of $550, tax fee of $49.50, 38.50 for new tags)
This dealer is also eating the last two payments of my 2003 M45 ($515.25 mo)which I leased from the same dealer.
Oct 23, 2006 (11:58 am)
I just traded in my '04 Yukon for an '04 QX56. So far I love it although miss just a couple things like power folding mirrors and dimming driver mirror...also no place for spare change.
My question is for experiences with the heated seats. One thing I hated about the Yukon was the seat heater button was right beside the window button and costantly I was turning the seat heat on by accident. Within a few minutes you were getting very very warm and sure enough I would discover the heat button on. Now with the QX when I turn the heat on I really cant feel it? Is it just getting used to it compared to the fire seats in the Yukon or does it sound like I need to look at taking it to the dealer? Perhaps the Infiniti definition of heated seats is to simply take the chill off the leather??
#203 of 871 Great deal on a QX56
Nov 09, 2006 (4:33 pm)
Hey guys if anybody is even remotely interested in picking up a QX56, the time is now. I helped a friend get one last week for $44,500 plus TTL! I couldn't believe the price myself so I made the trip out there to be sure. It is an 4x2 06 model in Tungsten Pearl with Willow interior. The only option this beauty had was the Sunroof Package. MSRP was $52,900!
#204 of 871 Re: Great deal on a QX56 [lime679]
Nov 16, 2006 (3:19 pm)
Given the price that your friend was able to get, do you think that I should hold out or attempt to negotiate for a lower price on a 4X2 06 model in Silver Graphite (with black interior) at dealer price of $45,800? The only option is the Sunroof package. It does have the second row split bench seat which sounds like a rare configuration. Alternatively, another dealer is offering a demo model with almost 1000 miles on it, same colors, with DVD and tow package for $44,900 (that was his initial offer). Unfortunately, we saw the car before it was cleaned, and it was in pretty bad shape (although they could clean it well and the dealer offered to replace 2nd row captains seats that had imprints in leather from car seat). Let me know what you think is the better deal. Thanks!
#205 of 871 The Hold Out
Nov 17, 2006 (1:51 pm)
Well this all depends on how soon you would like to park the QX56 in your drive. I would hold out BUT there is the possibility of losing out on the vehicle. 06 models are going to become a rare commodity soon and the giant rebate will disappear when those models are gone. There is a $1300.00 gap here. To make myself feel better, I would see if your salesperson is even willing to split this with you. The 2nd row bench is rare in my city so that might be worth the money to you to pick it up today. BOTTOMLINE- I would tell him I was offered a lower number like $44,800 or something and see what happens. Doesn't hurt to try when you're saving money. Good LUCK!