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#35 of 195 Re: M37 Test Drive [topaz9986]
May 12, 2010 (5:10 am)
Topaz they are dicounting the car $5k now..go through a buying service if you cant get the deal below It $200 below invoice.
I just received this email from USAA buying service last night. Sales must be slow for M37despite what some sales guys here are posting. Do your research before buying! Here is email: Or contact USAA directly or another buying service. Or just negotiate this deal or better! I'm still waiting for $3,000 below invoice before I pull the trigger. I still like my M45 enough to be patient and not over pay for this fast depreciating car.
From: USAA Car Buying Service [mailto:dealer_callbackzagdealer.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 11, 2010 9:46 PM
Subject: Your price has dropped
M37 4dr Sedan RWD
YOUR OLD PRICE: $500 above invoice including incentives
YOUR NEW PRICE: $200 below invoice including incentives (about $5k off MSRP)
YOUR PRICE DROP: $700
#36 of 195 Re: M37 first impressions [ghstudio]
May 12, 2010 (5:16 am)
Agree with your review. The car is not much different inside vs old one. We have G37 and M45. G37 is too tight for me.. My wife loves it though. M45 feels a lot bigger inside. I hate that navigation too. Ok to talk on cell phones/bluetooth and text in Georgia while driving but I can't click 1 button on navigation. :c)
I'm going to also look at new redesigned BMW 5 series coming to showrooms next month. Much quieter car and you can use navigation while driving! I had 2006 BMw 750.
Jun 08, 2010 (5:09 am)
Navigation has improved on the 2011 M's...less is locked when driving: you can now select more points of interest, not just the five they've chosen; you can find points of interest along your route (e.g. on interstates); you can now scroll to see the 20 nearest restaurants (etc). It's better, but still you are limited.
The BMW navigation is nice when it works! the salesman and I tried to put in an address by saying the house number, street, city, state in one sentence and it took us 5 tries. When that works, it's terrific...but that's only if it works for you.
#38 of 195 Re: M37 first impressions [scottw58]
Jun 09, 2010 (7:17 am)
The BMW and MB competition to the M are still definitely more refined in a couple areas then the M, especially in ride quality, engine noise, road/wind noise level, etc but with each generation of the M, Infiniti is getting closer and closer to matching BMW and MB refinement in those areas! Personally, I like the M over the latter because I enjoy that little more sporty/aggressive sound, noise level, ride quality, road feel that it has, that the BMW and MB do not!
Personally, and after reading the initial reviews and test drives by C&D, MT, etc, I think the best bet and more refinement in noise levels (both engine, wind, and road) is getting the M37 with one or two packages to it because the M56 is outrageously priced! I mean my God, a semi loaded M gets into Lexus LS prices and for that, I'd rather be in the much more refined LS then M56
Personally, I would be in the M37! I really don't need a V8 though I do give Infiniti some credit that with that super powerful V8, there is only a 1mpg reduction in fuel economy for over 400 hp! Thats pretty impressive!
#39 of 195 G37 comparison
Jun 15, 2010 (8:51 am)
My m35 is in the shop and they loaned me a G37 with 1000 miles on it. I'm about to replace my M35 which is coming off lease so this was a good opportunity to drive a G in real life. The G37 is an incredibly quiet,peppy car with a tight/sports suspension....it falls down on interior finish, loud A/C fan and seat comfort (for me), but the engine/drivetrain are fantastic, as good as the 3 series I test drove, if not better. I'll be going with an M37...but I might just drive an M37 sport before I decide on the M I want to the lease.
#40 of 195 Amex offer
Jun 15, 2010 (6:36 pm)
If anyone is fortunate enough to get an american express 150/500 offer, can you please send to infm37 (at) yahoo.com
#41 of 195 Re: Best Interior by Wards Auto [m4m]
Jun 26, 2010 (11:25 am)
Test drove an M37X w/prem today. The power was very good and transmission which people are not liking I had no problem at all Even switching from econo to sport it shifted fine. Handling was good and roomy inside. Tires were quite both highway and local streets. The interior I found to be very lacking in a luxury car. The door handles which on my sons G35 are chrome are plastic here, and the so called wood trim is more like laminated plastic. The seats are fine and the dash and nav screen are nothing special. As the interior goes (very cheezy) this car at 53K is grossly overpriced. Looked at an Acura TL and except for the seat quality the interior trim is every bit as good and the outside mirrors at least have turn signals built in. This car should have an msrp around 45K not 53K. Very disappointed after what I've read about the interior being so superior.
#42 of 195 m37 interior
Jun 26, 2010 (2:54 pm)
I think it's relative....the interior is certainly much nicer than the 2010 M35. If you want a beautiful interior, buy a Jaguar....light years nicer than anything else in the class.....and it has a V8. It just has a lousy leasing plan and questionable resale.
Lots of choices....and living in SW florida, I have to tell you real A/C seats trump most of the other issues (it's not ventilation in the 2011's...it's a separate cooling unit).
#43 of 195 Re: m37 interior [ghstudio]
Jun 27, 2010 (4:21 am)
Yes I agree the Jag has a very nice interior and the A/C seats on the M37x were a very nice feature that works well also.
#44 of 195 Re: M37 Test Drive [scottw58]
Jun 27, 2010 (4:35 am)
Yeah, I think Infiniti has delusins of grandeur with their pricing...I would do another one only if I could get the same lease price as my "07 M35, with Tech Journey Spoiler Mud Flaps, $1200 out the door $593 w/ tax incl.
I'm thinking they have to get real!