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Infiniti M45, Infiniti M35, Sedan
#824 of 1339 Re: 2008 M35 Offer, How low can we go? [mchspd1]
Oct 20, 2008 (10:49 am)
OK this is no joke... I have a 2006 M45 sport coming off 39 month lease now paying 760 a month and my buyout was 33559 on my car received a 10,000 reduction on the residual to buy the car so figure about 24000 to buy it. Wow the banks are no where close on the residuals on these cars. So I go to lease a new one and the dealer on Long Island NY has 5 new 2007 M45 sports all equipped the same tech package no advanced tech package. All stickered about 55000. I put a deposit to purchase with a negotiated price of 35998! New car with full warranty and they included a 10 year 100k extended powertrain warranty too. 19000 off sticker. This is a crazy deal. The only thing is they are all sport models. I have a sport model now so i know what to be prepared for however i hope for very little snow. I am picking it up on friday so anyone interested it is at Legacy Infiniti in lynbrook ny.
I can only say that this is a good time for excellent deals on cars now!!!
#825 of 1339 Re: 2008 M35 Offer, How low can we go? [drakarula]
Oct 20, 2008 (10:57 am)
Did they offer financing?? If so what rate?
I an cut a good deal on an M35x in NJ from on dealer but I'd be on my own with finacing,
#826 of 1339 Re: 2008 M35 Offer, How low can we go? [drakarula]
Oct 21, 2008 (12:07 pm)
$19,000.00 off MSRP, that IS crazy! I just got a mailer for an advertised special here in Chicago of $12,000.00 off MSRP on a M35X. Your deal now has me wondering if I could negotiate even lower then the $12,000.00 off. Currently looking at a base model with an MSRP of $46,000.00. Wonder if I could get them to do it for $30,000.00 out the door, tax, title, and license.
Also what was the interest rate you got on that deal?
#827 of 1339 Re: 2008 M35 Offer, How low can we go? [drakarula]
Oct 22, 2008 (7:37 pm)
wow, I cant believe that those cars are still sitting around. I checked out their website and you are so right! What color did you chose? How is the paint on them? Have they been sitting out in the sun/snow all this time? Do they still smell new? The sales price is even below edmunds trade in value for an excellent condition vehicle. The only draw back is the gas mileage. I have been working on a deal for the new Maxima SV Sport. I would rather have a RWD vehicle. Whats the problem with these vehicles not to sell? I have only read high reviews. Just thinking out loud. It could be worth a trip up to Long Island.
#828 of 1339 Re: 2008 M35 Offer, How low can we go? [mchspd1]
Oct 24, 2008 (9:29 am)
Sorry for not responding earlier..... They didn't offer any special financing with this deal. I Paid cash for the car. The cars condition was NEW. Yes the paint was not as glossy as some others however the car had yet to be detailed. I am sure that after they prep the car for delivery today it will look awesome. As far as I remember it had a new car smell. Bottom line it it was way to good of a deal to pass up. My salesman was very good Legacy Infiniti in Lynbrook NY. I am coming out of the same car and yes the gas milage stinks. I average 16 1/2 mpg. I also have a heavy foot (love the V8) and i am prepared for that. My only complaint is it is bad in the snow but other than that I have NEVER been happier with a car. I average about 17,000 miles per year. I am leasing now at 760 a month and i figured that after paying tax on the car (39,000) if I were to continue the same payments I can keep the car and after 4 and 1/4 years the car is paid for any residual value is a bonus. It is a no brainer. I am very happy to find this deal. I can't wait 2 1/2 hours until delivery.
#829 of 1339 Re: 2008 M35 Offer, How low can we go? [drakarula]
Oct 24, 2008 (9:31 am)
Oh I forgot to mention I got the Pearl White (same as now) with the trunk spoiler and the light grey interior. On my car now I put the african rosewood in and they are swaping it into the new car at no charge.
#830 of 1339 Re: 2008 M35 Offer, How low can we go? [drakarula]
Oct 24, 2008 (3:30 pm)
Congrats!!! on your new M. I think that pearl white is a nice color on the car especially with the rear spoiler, that makes it look even better and you got the V-8 good deal. I'm ordering a 2009 M45 black/black with african rosewood with every option they have except for AWD which I don't need in Eastern NC.
#831 of 1339 Re: 2006 M35x buy back offer [steve777]
Oct 31, 2008 (5:33 am)
A friend of mine has their lease ending mid-November, but hasn't heard anything about a reduced end of lease offer.
#832 of 1339 Re: 2006 M35x buy back offer [stlgasman]
Oct 31, 2008 (7:41 am)
I received it directly from Infiniti Financial Services. It was a 10,000 incentive to purchase my car. They were so off on the residual on my 06m45. The buyout even with the incentive was still almost 24,000.
#833 of 1339 12K off MSRP 2008 M35
Nov 01, 2008 (11:08 am)
Thanks to the previous poster re 10-12K off I purchased a new 2008 M35 base model in moonlight white/ wheat.
The MSRP was $44,365 which included the trunk lid spoiler, trunk mat, splash guards and the dealer threw in wheel locks and nitrogen filled tires. Got the car for $32,250 plus tax, title, plate transfer and dealer fees which they would not budge on and added $599.00. The total paid though was $35,001.83 OTD.
Nice looking and riding car. Wife would have preferred a SUV but heck she already has her 2005 Thunderbird Convertible so she can't complain.
Wanted to lease and get a new car every 24-36 months but buying was only feasible way to go. Looks like leasing is going away.