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Infiniti EX35, Car Leasing, Car Buying, SUV
#580 of 583 Thinking of buying a used 2010 EX35 AWD for 29,000
Oct 05, 2012 (8:28 am)
The EX35 Looks wonderful! Have looked at CR-V LX, Hyundi Santa Fe, Chevy Equinox. The only thing I don't like is the poor gas millage compared to above (but much more power)...but otherwise it's really beautiful inside and out... guess it's hard to get power and good gas millage.
Any opinions on this purchase appreciated....
#581 of 583 Re: Thinking of buying a used 2010 EX35 AWD for 29,000 [diedre]
Oct 05, 2012 (11:16 am)
Spend another $5k and get a brand new(with new car warranty) 2013 Acura RDX. Similar V6 power, way better mpg, lot more room inside, can use reg. gas, sits a little higher, great resale and is 3 years newer. I like Infiniti but the EX35 just didn't compare except it's a little faster and handles a little more like the G. But you give up a lot of what the average person buys a CUV for to get those two attributes. Something to consider.
#582 of 583 Re: Thinking of buying a used 2010 EX35 AWD for 29,000 [m6user]
Oct 05, 2012 (11:25 am)
Excellent info...I will check it out!...I hadn't considered that car/suv before.
#583 of 583 Re: Thinking of buying a used 2010 EX35 AWD for 29,000 [diedre]
Oct 25, 2012 (12:39 pm)
I'm currently looking for a 2011 ex35 AWD Journey in the Detroit area (but willing to purchase as far as Chicago or Dayton/Cincinnati) and was hoping for some help.
When is the best time of year to get the lowest price, should I wait for the 2012's to drop in price? My time frame is to purchase by March/April latest as a bday gift for the wife but earlier and it can be Xmas gift or Anny gift or Vday gift etc....just not looking to jump on first price essentially.
From what I read, some have paid in the low $30's and from my work, I have managed to get dealership quotes for a 2012 $41400 (plus tax, title, etc) for the Journey AWD with Nav and all other bells and whistles available. No dealer incentive at the Detroit dealership.
Ideally, would pay cash, but if the finance rates are low enough, would put 50% down and finance the rest only because its making me money on the markets.
TIA - btw, love this forum and cannot believe i did not know about it while purchasing my last two vehicles.