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Infiniti M37, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Sedan
#59 of 239 Price drop from USAA
May 12, 2010 (6:03 am)
I just received this email from USAA buying service last night. Sales must be slow for M37 despite 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 at least $3,000 below invoice before I pull the trigger. I still like my old M45 enough to be patient and not over pay for this fast depreciating car. They are way over priced right now.
From: USAA Car Buying Service
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 YOUR PRICE DROP: $700
#60 of 239 Re: How lease M56 that has not arrived in US yet [bernster]
May 14, 2010 (10:31 am)
We have 2 M56 on the ground without Sport. Both have MSRP of $58,415 (one Liquid Platinum and the other Platinum Graphite).
BTW - I am seeing dealers discount the M37 around $1000-$1500 now but the M56 in still holding at MSRP.
Hope this helps.
#61 of 239 Re: How lease M56 that has not arrived in US yet [sewellgsm]
May 14, 2010 (5:53 pm)
Wanted an M56 with moonlight white/wheat with tech and deluxe touring. Apparently Infiniti will not let you order this combination. Cannot figure out why. Presently driving a 2008 M45 with all of the optional packages with this color combo.
#62 of 239 Re: How lease M56 that has not arrived in US yet [bernster]
May 15, 2010 (6:10 am)
Hi Bernster, the deluxe touring package options for the non-sport are stone and java. If you go to the infinitiusa website and try to configure with wheat you will see that they will not let you.
#63 of 239 Re: How lease M56 that has not arrived in US yet [sewellgsm]
May 18, 2010 (6:45 pm)
Just got my M56 Sport fully loaded at $2500 over invoice from MotorWerks in Barrington IL. Not the best deal in the world (compared to some of my previous M45s), but it wasn't MSRP either, so I can live with it. Awesome car and great dealer, much easier to work with than some others in my area.
#64 of 239 Any idea on pricing?
May 20, 2010 (2:51 pm)
Has anybody bought an M37 and what price and state?
#65 of 239 Re: Any idea on pricing? [luisja2000]
May 21, 2010 (7:39 am)
We have sold 20 or so in Texas.
The M37 is now going for about $1000-$2000 off MSRP.
The M56 is going for MSRP or $500 off (very hard to get right now).
#66 of 239 Re: Any idea on pricing? [sewellgsm]
May 24, 2010 (5:48 pm)
I was surprised to see a local Infiniti dealership advertise 2011 M37's for just over $5K off MSRP.
#67 of 239 Re: Any idea on pricing? [dan41]
May 25, 2010 (2:52 pm)
what state is that?
#68 of 239 Re: Price drop from USAA [scottw58]
May 25, 2010 (6:58 pm)
Uh, $3,000 below invoice? Dream on, buddy. The dealer isn't going to sell it to you at a loss. I would be surprised if it goes any lower than $200 under - that is a decent deal under any circumstances for a just-released model.
Why do you have the impression that it's slow moving (and fast depreciating)? Where I live in the SF bay area, they can't keep them in stock.
Overpriced? It's actually priced very well compared to the 5 series and E350 for what you get. Perhaps you should do some more research....