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Infiniti M45, Infiniti M35, Sedan
Jan 23, 2007 (8:39 am)
Hello everyone. I just joined Edmunds after many months of lurking about. I have narrowed my car of choice down to either a 2006 or 2007 M35. If I understand things correctly, Nissan/Infiniti ends its fiscal year March 31. Thus, I am presuming near the end of March would be a potentially great time to buy an '07 (or '06!) M35. I live in the D.C. area and am willing to drive a bit to get this car. Anyone have any experience buying near the end of March? I am hopeful of not only lower sale prices but also better financing offers, etc. Thank you.
#561 of 1339 Re: best time to buy? [writng4nothin]
Jan 26, 2007 (2:14 pm)
Got what I believe is a good deal on a 2007 M45 during Infiniti's Limited Engagement sales event in December 06. I also lived in the DC area and found JBA Infiniti of Ellicott City, MD to be by far the best dealership in the area for the quality of their people and willingness to work with a customer on pricing. You may give them a try when you are ready to make your purchase. Good luck.
#562 of 1339 Base M35 purchased
Jan 26, 2007 (11:54 pm)
Bought a Base M35 with chrome wheels and Sirius for $40600. Seems like a fair price after reading this board, though perhaps not the *best* one.
It's an incredible car. The gas mileage is not great but better if you use the manual shift mode to keep the gear high.
#563 of 1339 comment on this M35 sport offer
Jan 27, 2007 (4:41 pm)
I'm in southern california and was offered this:
M35 sport with tech package and sirius
cap cost 44872 (he said invoice was 44372 so 500 over)
17k miles per year
39 month lease
.0013 money factor
52% depreciation (due to the 17k miles)
putting nothing down other than drive-off
car man and others .... how did I do?
#564 of 1339 M35x or M35 Sport Lease with tech
Jan 28, 2007 (8:33 pm)
Whats the best I can get and whats the best I can reasonably hope for in a lease, flexible term, 15k miles, <3k down + sec/firstmonth/etc., Chicagoland area?
#565 of 1339 M35x (Base model) 27 month Lease deal
Feb 08, 2007 (3:44 pm)
Here is my deal (The best one ever )
$2463 Due at signing (Includes Tax,Title,bank fee)
15k miles per year
$512 per month
Buyout is $29,040
I think this is good. The final seeling price was around 42,050 which is just a few hundred over invoice.
This deal was much better then the 36 or 39 month payments.
Let me know what you think.
#566 of 1339 M35 Sport is it a good deal ?????
Feb 10, 2007 (11:59 am)
I'm looking to purchase a 2007 M35 Sport I went to Kings Infinti in NY, here is the deal they gave me:
Advanced Technology Package
Invoice 46,577 (based on Carsdirect)
offered price 47,600 (1,023 above invoice)
I was looking to have it at atleast 500 over invoice but the dealer is saying since they don't have the color I want (Bourbon interior & Black Exterior) they have to get it from another dealer therefore he can't go any lower.
I'm trying to close the deal within a week, does anyone think this is a good deal to go with.
#567 of 1339 Re: M35 Sport is it a good deal ????? [speedgod1]
Feb 11, 2007 (3:34 am)
If they say they cannot do better, check out other dealers.
Try Infiniti of Massapequa. I just rolled my M35x off the lot on Friday.
Are we allowed to mention salespeople on this forum? I would highly recommend my guy. He handles the Internet sales and walk-ins.
#568 of 1339 Don't forget the dealer holdback!
Feb 11, 2007 (11:43 am)
I think it's $1,000. So their profit is more like $2,000. See consumer reports or another website for the specific dealer costs and holdbacks.
#569 of 1339 M35x AWD Price and Lease Deal
Feb 14, 2007 (7:36 am)
I posted this over in the lease questions but thought I would send it to this site as well. I live in SE Connecticut and received the following offer from a dealer in the Boston area.
M35X w/o NAV
$42,657 Purchase Price
39 month lease, 12K per year
$2500 total out of pocket (includes 1st month, title, a little bit of cap cost - but not much).
$499 per month, plus 6% Connecticut tax
Is this a good deal? We really were not in the market for a vehicle until 3-6 months down the road. Can we expect to get this type of payment or less if we wait or should we jump on it now? Thanks.