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Infiniti M45, Infiniti M35, Sedan
#1049 of 1339 2006 Infiniti M35 -- good deal?
Aug 05, 2009 (11:34 am)
I just bought a beautiful black on black 2006 Infiniti M35 with 53k miles from an independent dealer. It has every option (tech, nav, dvd player, etc) and was well taken care of (previously leased).
I paid $19,500, which seems like a good deal but wanted to bounce it off you guys.
I was looking at a used G37 but after driving/cruising comfortably in my M, don't feel like I'm missing out too much...
#1050 of 1339 Re: 2006 Infiniti M35 -- good deal? [infinitimbyond]
Aug 05, 2009 (3:09 pm)
I believe you got a good deal if the car is still under warranty - even just for 2 month, so you can check everything out and have the dealership taken care of any defect, or get an extended warranty.
If it is out of basic warranty, I would still have the dealership check it out thoroughly to make sure power train is perfectly fine.
Other than that, keep the regular maintenance and you should be able to enjoy your M for a long, long time.
#1051 of 1339 09 m35 pricing/question
Aug 11, 2009 (11:17 am)
I am lookingto purchase new M35 2009 with sport + tech package, MRSP is ~51K infinitiusa.com. Would you folks kindly comment how much should I ask to buy this car for, is it around 18-20% less due to the bad econony and not many cars being sold near Galveston/Texas. Do you have any good car salemans that would work with you especially in Galveston Tx Areas or surrounding areas.
Thanks and kind regards
#1052 of 1339 Re: 09 m35 pricing/question [jngo1]
Aug 11, 2009 (12:01 pm)
Well, the economy is not good, but has picked up a bit, so it is not realistic to expect 18-20% off MSRP. I would set my target at 10% off MSRP, which is about $5-6K below, that is $2-3000 under invoice. Especially the M35 has a 7 spd tranny for 2009, it is a bit harder to negotiate.
So, if the MSRP is $51k, I would start from $45k and settle around $46 - 47k. On the other hand, if you are looking at the M45, you might be able to negotiate more off, although you will still end up paying more, but you got a better car.
#1053 of 1339 09 M35 pricing
Aug 12, 2009 (9:57 pm)
I'm looking at a 2009 M35 with tech package. The listed price is 50K. The dealer offered 39.8K. Good deal? I know infiniti is giving 5K incentive on this car. My target price is 38K. Not sure if it is a feasible price.
Aug 13, 2009 (7:02 am)
Is it a demo. or program car? How many miles are on the car? If it is more than 2000 miles on it, you are basically getting an used car instead. But, still, it is a decent deal.
If it is new, it is a fantastic deal, I would just jump on it now.
#1055 of 1339 Re: 09 M35 pricing [zhlmmc]
Aug 15, 2009 (9:00 am)
That is a great deal, almost too good - I'd get it. $38k is not feasible assuming this is a new, untitled car.
#1056 of 1339 09 M35 Pricing
Aug 16, 2009 (6:04 am)
I'm also looking at a 2009 M35 S (Sport) with tech package. The listed price is 51.665. The dealer offered 10K off at 41.665 + tax and fees, Atlanta area dealership.
This is a brand new, untitled car.
#1057 of 1339 Re: 09 M35 Pricing [m4m]
Aug 16, 2009 (2:03 pm)
would you kindly let us know how much TTL should be in texas [around ~8% of sale price], right?
Aug 16, 2009 (5:34 pm)
Just buy the car.You will like it!