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Infiniti G35, Infiniti G37, Coupe, Sedan
#11064 of 11073 2013 G37 new
May 14, 2013 (9:20 am)
Hey Guys- looking for a new 2013 G37 blk on blk, prefer sport/navi. AUTO trans
shipped to a cali address. Starting my search in south FL, and heading west. Looking for a deal since the Q50 will be out soon?
#11066 of 11073 Hows this offer
May 20, 2013 (10:57 am)
Seems good to me...
G37x AWD :
ILLUMINATED KICK PLATES (PIO)
CARPETED TRUNK MAT, TRUNK NET & FIRST AID KIT (PIO)
SPLASH GUARDS (N/A w/ SPT [R01] Sport Pkg) (PIO)
GRAPHITE, LEATHER SEAT TRIM
NAVIGATION PKG -inc:
PREMIUM PKG -inc:
INTERIOR ACCENT PKG
negotiated price: 37000 + tax+dmv+ taxes etc?
#11067 of 11073 Re: Hows this offer [newtooca]
May 20, 2013 (2:17 pm)
Seems great to me. In NJ I am getting quoted above 37000 for AWD packages NOT including Sport or Navigation. If I had that deal I would bite.
May 28, 2013 (11:04 am)
had an offer from a local dealer for $33,600 for a g37 w/premium pkg, illuminated kick plates, carpet trunk mat w/USAA and Nissan VPP. I was given a 2.89% apr for 72 mos. the MSRP was $41,325. i was going to take them up on the offer but casually went to visit another dealer about an hr away (i was in the area) and ended up buying the G from them. I wasn't planning on getting Nav so I planned just to browse. This is the deal I got: MSRP $43,500.00 for nav/premium pkg/interior wood accents/illuminated kick plates/splash guards/carpet trunk mat set. They applied the USAA and VPP and I was able to get the car for $34,500 + fees. They also were able to give me a lower APR (for friends & families they told me) of 2.39% (this I found out from a 3rd Infiniti dealer I had emailed). They took off $9k off MSRP. I think I got a good deal, but something tells me I could've worked harder for a better deal...haha! The sales woman told me I was very frugal...heck yea I am...!
#11069 of 11073 Re: price paid g37 [mcerva98]
May 28, 2013 (6:31 pm)
Congratulations, looks like a very nice deal. Which city was this in ? I am wondering if May is the last month for good deals on the G37 or will this continue into the summer as the new model gets onto dealer lots...
#11070 of 11073 Re: price paid g37 [cartcar]
May 29, 2013 (8:21 am)
thanks! I purchased it from Infiniti Riverside. I heard from Infiniti Montclair that April incentives were much better than May's. I was still doing my homework in April and even May. I wanted to be sure I was getting a good car & price. I was tempted to wait till later to buy it since the Q50 is coming out, but I didn't want to risk the incentives getting worst. I can tell you that Riverside seemed accepting of what I was offering them even though they told me I was "frugal!"
May 29, 2013 (7:44 pm)
Think I got a pretty good deal in Chicago area. $45,595 sticker. 2013 G37x AWD w/ premium/nav/trunkmats/illkickplates/rearspoilerblkgrille/splashguards. Had a trade that kind of clouds the deal, but I would say the trade was really worth $4k (based on NADA), even though it was eventually written up at $5k. Got it for $32,500+tax/title fees after trade. Guessing it all comes out as approximately $9,100 off sticker. About a week into ownership, very happy - it's a great car!
#11072 of 11073 Re: chances of discount in June for g37 [amosz]
Jun 03, 2013 (12:31 pm)
Negotiating the following deal for a new Graphite/stone G37x sedan with premium pkg in the Triangle are of NC.
My Price: $36,182 plus tax, tags, and Doc fees.
Out the door: $37.900
Thoughts? Good? Bad?
#11073 of 11073 Re: chances of discount in June for g37 [mjb1023]
Jun 04, 2013 (9:55 pm)
Seems like a good price. You're getting $6468 off sticker and wow your tax is cheap. Not sure what extras are on there, but difference between g37x base MSRP and Invoice is ~2870. For June, there's $3500 dealer cash (up from $2500 last month), $1000 if you finance with IFS. Add that up and total available discount should be $7300, not counting dealer holdback (1.5% of base MSRP) and other potential bonuses that are hard to predict/quantify.
If you're looking for awd, richmond and dc area probably have a lot more inventory and perhaps better deals, but not a bad price at all.