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Infiniti EX35, Car Leasing, Car Buying, SUV
#483 of 583 Re: 2010 EX35 Purchase [flashzoom]
May 31, 2010 (8:31 am)
you can take at least another $500 to $1000 off that
That depends on a lot of things. Time of year(you bought in the winter doldrums, not in CA but in the rest of the world), dealer inventory, how hungry the dealer was, buyer's willingness to grind down(how much is your time worth), # of Infiniti dealers to compete against, area of the country in general. If you had gotten more off from the same dealer in the same time frame then one could say it was just a fair deal. Otherwise, he got a great deal and you got an even better one but based on different set of circumstances.
#484 of 583 Re: 2010 EX35 Purchase [belal]
May 31, 2010 (2:44 pm)
I am not sure when the $600 started. or came from.
basically i just did a price quote online yestarday on the ex35. and it showed that there were $3600 factory incentives. no idea when it started or when it will end.
but I do know it does change from time to time since Jan 2010. I've see it as low as $2800, and as much as $3600(now). again this is priced in So Cal area.
not sure if it applies to anywhere else.
#485 of 583 Re: 2010 EX35 Purchase [m6user]
May 31, 2010 (2:47 pm)
yes, you are right!
there are a lot of variables when comes to making a deal.
yes, it was a decent deal. I was just encourging, to let him know it might still be possible to push a little more out of it. Since the current promo might be a little different. Just my 2 cents.
Trust me, my deal wasn't the best either. it was good, but I think I could've get another $300 to $400 out of it. But I got tired of pushing, so I settled for that price.
it was good enough, but not the best. haha
#486 of 583 Re: 2010 EX35 Purchase [flashzoom]
May 31, 2010 (2:52 pm)
I think anytime you can get 7K off of MSRP on an Infiniti and it isn't even model year end yet is really a great deal.
#487 of 583 Re: 2010 EX35 Purchase [flashzoom]
May 31, 2010 (2:57 pm)
Are you getting this info strictly from dealers or are you getting from some source on line? Most sources online indicate just $3000 dealer money on a purchase. Dealers may play around with that number as they please such as add to it or subtract from it. It is not a rebate but marketing money furnished to the dealer. In reality, they don't have to give us any of it but in "real reality" they do to be competitive.
#488 of 583 Re: 2010 EX35 Purchase [m6user]
May 31, 2010 (3:29 pm)
I got the # online.
its a 3rd party price quote, fairly accurate.
whatever dealer tells you are not 100% accurate.
they might tell u something lower, higher or whatever. Need to varify it online to make sure.
#489 of 583 Re: 2010 EX35 Purchase [belal]
May 31, 2010 (9:05 pm)
Belal, congrats on the new car. Is it easy to find a RWD model in Florida? I was car-shopping in late March, early April, and drove the EX 35. LOVED it!
The only type available here in Virginia was AWD, though.
Eventually I decided it wasn't roomy enough for what I needed and we bought a Volvo V70 wagon instead. I also have a Nissan 350Z convertible; if I ever trade that in for a non-convertible, the EX is top of the list for what I'd consider.
How do you like your new car so far?
#490 of 583 Re: 2010 EX35 Purchase [biancar]
Jun 01, 2010 (6:40 pm)
biancar, thanks for the congrats! Yes, I believe it is easier to find RWD models in Florida. Since I purchased my vehicle during the holiday weekend, along with the fact that my vehicle had to be brought in from another dealership out of my area (due to color choice), I did not pick it up until this evening. I will have to report back on the enjoyment factor at a later date.
#491 of 583 Re: 2010 EX35 Purchase [belal]
Jun 02, 2010 (11:19 am)
What color did you get?
#492 of 583 Re: 2010 EX35 Purchase [biancar]
Jun 03, 2010 (5:42 pm)
Dark Currant Metallic w/ Chestnut interior.