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Infiniti G35, Infiniti G37, Coupe, Sedan
#11007 of 11107 Re: Good deals in north new jersey? [phsieh2005]
Aug 26, 2012 (6:54 pm)
Shh...no need to say sorry in these things. I like that $35k driveout for AWD g37 Prem Nav deal and I like it even more if it's a coupe. Infiniti dealers have been offering g37 Prem FWD at $33k+. What kind of offer is that?! I think dealers will have 2013 in next month. Let's see if the dealerships will be reasonable on pricing later.
#11008 of 11107 VPP Upgrade in the future
Aug 27, 2012 (7:01 am)
Does anyone know what the best way to be notified about VPP plan level upgrades is?
I am military, so D Plan, but will be in the market for a G37 sedan around March of next year. I would love to time my purchase so I get the A Plan pricing, as I have seen others mention is possible when Infiniti does their plan upgrades.
What's the best way to find out about when they are doing plan upgrades? Does anyone know of a recurring schedule or way to know before-hand? I emailed the VPP and they gave me a form answer of "no firm plans exist at this time", which is what I expected to get.
I'm ultimately hoping to get a 2013 G37 Sedan Journey w/ Prem (no nav or sport) for anything south of $35k. Hoping March will be early enough for the prices on the 13's to come down...
#11009 of 11107 Re: Good deals in north new jersey? [phsieh2005]
Aug 27, 2012 (7:00 am)
Loyalty is only good if you lease...the lease price is different (higher) than the purchase price but payment is generally lower (depending on credit and how many miles you need).
#11010 of 11107 Re: VPP Upgrade in the future [closhedbb]
Aug 27, 2012 (7:03 am)
There is no schedule, I've been GSM for Infiniti for 6 years...Infiniti making all VPP A plan for all is SUPER rare - I don't ever expect it.
Military VPP (D Plan) is still awesome - you don't have to wait till prices come down - because your price is set.
Thanks for your service.
#11011 of 11107 Re: VPP Upgrade in the future [sewellgsm]
Aug 27, 2012 (8:26 am)
True, the price itself is set, but it's my understanding that a certain amount of bonus cash also comes along with the price. On insidenissan.com, it currently shows D Plan members getting the VPP price + $3000 bonus cash on a '12 G37 Journey. I'm just assuming that the $3k bonus is due to it being at the end of the model year and I'll have to wait to see that level of bonus cash given for the '13.
Am I wrong? Because that would be nice...
#11012 of 11107 Re: VPP Upgrade in the future [sewellgsm]
Aug 31, 2012 (7:13 am)
Any chance non military customer and non big company employee get VPP pricing? Today is the last tax-free lease day in TX. Since I can't accept $2000 down and $349/month for a std equipped g37 sedan and g37 will be re-designed totally and available next year, may be it's better to wait 'til the new design is out. How did those people get good deals like $220 on prem and $270 on prem nav a month? It's VPP ain't it? But they didn't say that.
Now that the 2013 model is in dealerships, what do you think Infiniti dealers are gonna do? No tax-free deal next month so the lease deals are less attractive.
What would be a good deal on no mile limit lease?
#11013 of 11107 Re: VPP Upgrade in the future [buya]
Aug 31, 2012 (7:38 am)
The only way to get a VPP certificate if you are not active military and don't work at a company who is eligible is to be given one from an actual Nissan/Infiniti employee.
The National Ad (Texas specific) is $2740 down and $319/month for a $40k vehicle - this is an awesome deal for anyone...it is so good that even if you were VPP it would only be a little bit cheaper.
The whole reason Infiniti is doing this 18 month lease is because the 2013 is coming out...the dealers are very low on 2012 Infiniti G inventory...we are the largest store in Texas are we should be about sold out on Labor Day.
PS There is no such thing as a "no mile limit" lease...miles cost 10 cents each and you can go pretty high, we've done 35k year leases before (as long as the residual doesn't drop below 10% of the MSRP you can buy miles).
Those folks with lower payments could have owned an Infiniti - there is a $1000 Loyalty rebate, they may have put more money down, etc.
#11014 of 11107 2012 G37X Lease
Sep 01, 2012 (6:00 pm)
...just got a quote for $350 inc tax per month, for car with MSRP at $45,000. No money down. Nav, prem ++.
Do I take it??
#11015 of 11107 Re: 2012 G37X Lease [garden54]
Sep 03, 2012 (3:21 pm)
Is that a serious question? Supposedly you are offered a $45,000 car for $350 a month - what many people spend on their cell phone/cable bill and a nice dinner....you should buy all they have and sub-lease them to friends.
Something tells me you will have to pay TTL and first month payment along with a little more to get that payment. Or maybe you have an Infiniti and getting the Loyalty rebate...which is $1000.
#11016 of 11107 2012 G37X Lease
Sep 03, 2012 (3:47 pm)
yes...owner loyalty...nothing else down and TTL either. Wan to know if anyone has gotten this good a deal.................first month payment is not an additional expense...it's the first payment!