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#114 of 222 Reminder..
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Jul 29, 2012 (6:55 pm)
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#115 of 222 Pricing for premium - kept haggling
Jul 31, 2012 (3:53 pm)
I took the advice of some of you here, and I've kept haggling on the price for the Premium package in Miami - S. FL. I have gotten the price down some, but not a whole lot. How is this compared to what some of you are getting:
Window Sticker price is: $47,225
Invoice is: $43,679 and cost $43,920 with the added wheel locks, and nitro fill not requested by me, comes as part of the car in stock)
My cost would be $43,920 for the vehicle and the factory money factor.
Lease price would be 39 months, 12k miles per year,
With $1500 + dmv it would be $519+tax per month ($555 with tax)
So $43,920 to buy, or $519 a month with $1500 down for inception and dealer fees.
Better deals still out there?
#116 of 222 Re: Pricing for premium - kept haggling [jtmyob21]
Aug 01, 2012 (5:47 am)
FYI...If you take in a third party invoice, the prices between their invoice and yours will vary by about $500-600. ICAP is another fee, roughly $300 you will see on "their" invoice.
#117 of 222 Re: Pricing for premium - kept haggling [jtmyob21]
Aug 01, 2012 (6:18 pm)
I think u can get a few hundo more especially now that they are investigating the jx 35 for a fault in the emergency brake system (google it investigation jx35)
Are you haggling with the same dealership? You need to line up a couple quotes and get them to bid against each other. You can't work one person down enough negotiating with them exclusively. Also, They won't let a deal walk for a couple hundo especially when they are still at or around their advertised "invoice". You're likely not going to get another grand more as you've worked it now for a while unless youre willing to start bringing in a couple more parties and string this process out a bit. You gotta ask yourself how much more time and effort is that extra 4 or 5 hundred worth in terms of your time invested in this process.
#118 of 222 Re: Pricing for premium - kept haggling [tanner10]
Aug 02, 2012 (6:09 am)
Thanks for the heads up on the IX35 emergency brake problem. Although it does give me some pause about the purchase now. I don't want a headache on my hands. I currently drive a 2005 Lexus RX 330 that has given me zero problems. I've only had to perform basic maintenance on the car the entire time. Is Infiniti less reliable?
I branched out to multiple dealerships a few days ago. But I noticed that they all (I do mean all), went conspicuously silent yesterday. I wonder if it was because it was the first of the month. Infiniti dropped their lease price on their website to $499 for 39 months with $3400 down. That was better than I was getting from any of the dealerships. When I emailed them to see if they would be modifying the quote they gave me, not one answered! And no I didn't email them all in one email. But right now, between the drop in price on the Infiniti web site, and the brake issue, if I still go with Infiniti, I will be pushing for $470 - $479 a month with $1500 down. Let's see if I get it. Something tells me it won't be until the end of the month though.
#119 of 222 Good deal for JX 35 AWD?
Aug 06, 2012 (1:36 pm)
I was offered the following lease option and am wondering whether its a good deal:
AWD Emerald Graphite with maple accents + premium package + theatre package + driver's assist package.
39 mnths, 15,000 miles/yr
Aug 07, 2012 (4:16 am)
Did anybody try to find base AWD JX without premium package. I searched within 600 mile range of metro Detroit area and could not find one. Its almost like you can have any JX you want as long as its fully loaded one
Aug 08, 2012 (9:30 pm)
Yes. It is ridiculous. Jx is not available in many options. If you get the option, then there is a good chance you may not get the color. Dealers seem to not be in a mood to negotiate. I have been following dealer inventory in DC area which are not pretty stagnant but they are not willing to give any discount.
Dust will settle once Pathfinder comes to market. The hype will come down.
Aug 08, 2012 (9:32 pm)
Has anyone purchased a JX in DC Metro area? Can you share your experience and price paid?
#123 of 222 Re: JX awd [mich2006]
Aug 09, 2012 (7:35 am)
I know where you can get a base model, Black Obsidian with Wheat interior and no options for $42K MSRP and they would work from the Invoice price and go up.