Last post on Jun 13, 2012 at 9:24 PM
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Infiniti M37, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Sedan
#230 of 239 Re: Good Deal? [kwmoore4]
Oct 25, 2011 (10:58 am)
I have been driving the car for close to two months now, and the transmission seems fine. Yes, this is a harsher, less well-behaved transmission than I've experienced on some other luxury cars before, but not significantly out of the ordinary. In fact, it is about as rough as on my wife's Volvo XC60.
I do miss my Lexus GS450h's CVT transmission, but that's a different topic...
#231 of 239 2012 M56S... Just got a crazy deal!
Dec 01, 2011 (1:33 pm)
I had no intentions to buy a new car but came across a great deal. I got a Factory demo M56S which is impossible to find in the north east. 4300 miles on it. It was in near perfect condition. I checked the window sticker and the MSRP was almost $69k! The car had all options but the aero package and the racing brakes. I didnt realize that they have gotten this expensive. I traded in my 2007 M45S with 50k miles and they gave me 20k. I was able to get the car for $52,500 plus I added the spoiler for 300. thats 16500 off sticker for a car with 4k miles on it! What a great deal. The car is awesome!
Mar 14, 2012 (2:36 pm)
I drove a 07 M35 for 3 years and at the end of my lease got a 11 M37. The only complaint I have had on this car has been the rattles and squeaks from the center console panel. I have taken the car to the dealership over 6 times to figure out the noise and finally got it fixed on my 6th time around.
Took the car in for a free car wash (my dealership provides one) and while waiting saw a M35 Hybrid. Took a test drive and boy does it drive so good. In fact I felt the transmission and acceleration was a whole lot better than the regular M37. In fact I did not even notice the 1-second delay between the time i press the accelerator and engine response, which happens on pretty much all Infiniti vehicles. I am seriously thinking of turning in my M37 and opting for M35h, which is supposed to give about 27mpg in City.
Are there any numbers available on the lease for the hybrid? Thanks.
May 19, 2012 (11:03 am)
This vehicle was not moving - so Infiniti got crazy and out of no where has thrown $5000 of dealer cash on the table!!
If you ever wanted this awesome car - now is the time!
You should be able to get about $8000 off MSRP with this incentive!!
#235 of 239 Re: M Incentives [sewellgsm]
May 22, 2012 (8:31 pm)
I'm assuming you're in Dallas. I get VPP pricing and have fallen in love with the M37. Can I do better than the $8,000 off? I'm interested in some lease numbers on 39mo/15k miles yr.
#236 of 239 Re: Discounting [scottw58]
May 23, 2012 (9:01 am)
Where did you get your wife's G37 ?
Was this convertible or the coupe?
Do you know what the lease terms were like on the G37
#237 of 239 Re: M Incentives [infinitiluv]
May 28, 2012 (12:24 pm)
Yes, and being VPP you sould get a little more than $8k off...depends on the equipment...it is simple. You get invoice price minus the $5k IF you purchase...IF you lease you will get the invoice price minus $3250. Residual on 39 months is 47% of MSRP.
Contact me off line for more details.
#238 of 239 Re: M Incentives [sewellgsm]
Jun 06, 2012 (7:11 pm)
Do you know if these incentives (5k and 3.25k) rolled into June?. Are these for the M37 or the M56 or both?
Thank you in advance
#239 of 239 Re: M Incentives [alonzov1]
Jun 13, 2012 (9:24 pm)
Any info on this?. Thanks