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Infiniti FX50 / FX35 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Now looking for an AMEX code to team up with. I've emailed a few people with no reply.
  • jung1jung1 Posts: 6
    Hi
    I just purchased a new 2009 FX35 and are looking for a current owner who has not redeemed their code to team-up for the Amex gift card incentive. Please send me an email to jhlee4u@hotmail.com the following info:

    Infiniti will send you a $150.00 owner recomendation rewards card (AMEX)

    Owner redemption code
    VIN
    First Name
    Last Name
    Street address
    City
    State
    Zip Code
  • jenp123jenp123 Posts: 39
    I read previously on posts that people were getting $4,000 towards a new Infiniti, without actually selling their current one. My husband owns an G35- are there any loyalty discounts/rebates for me for obtaining an '09.

    What should I be expecting in prices for an FX35 with Tech Pckg? Under 40k?
  • shweta1shweta1 Posts: 12
    Hello

    I own Infinti FX and have the owner redemtion code. Anyone who has bought new Infinti after 28 August can send me his/her details on anmol.saini@gmail.com or sgarg46@gmail.com. You will get $500 amex award card from Infinti and I will get $150 card.

    VIN
    First Name
    Last Name
    Street address
    City
    State
    Zip Code
  • navboynavboy Posts: 32
    It seems that the 2010 FX35's are on sale now at Infiniti dealerships. I've included an update for 2010 model below (as of 10/2/09). Does anyone have a link to a "build your own" website for the 2010 model?

    From InfinitiUSA.com 10/2/09:

    Infiniti today announced pricing on the 2010 Infiniti FX, which is on sale now at Infiniti retailers nationwide.

    The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP)* for the three available 2010 Infiniti FX models are:

    FX35 RWD $42,400
    FX35 AWD $43,850
    FX50 AWD $58,400

    For 2010, changes to FX include standard Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System on all models, the addition of a standard USB Connection Port for iPod and other compatible devices, the addition of a 2.0GB Music Box hard drive to the Bose Premium Audio system (on vehicles without navigation) and simplified exterior/interior color combinations. FX's available Infiniti Hard Drive Navigation System has been enhanced for 2010 with the addition of an in-dash single disc DVD audio/video drive, streaming audio via Bluetooth, Zagat Restaurant Guide and XM NavWeather (along with the previously available XM NavTraffic).
  • navboynavboy Posts: 32
    I have a 2007 FX35, and plan to turn it in and lease a new FX35.
    :confuse:
    Does anyone know the loyalty rebate (or any other rebates) for the 2010 or 2009 FX
  • jenp123jenp123 Posts: 39
    Also went to JBA Infiniti- had been negotiating around the DC area for an EX35 though for weeks but then started to get reservations about size- only started considering the FX35 after a few days. Was in need to buy a card quick, because I was able to sell my 07 TL- went to JBA because they seemed to have the best inventory for used FX35- well the inventory wasn't impressive afterall- ended up actually buying a new 09! I think they were shocked to b/c there was absolutely no pressure- they weren't even trying to sell me new! I am still in shock b/c it wasn't the plan and I didn't seek internet quotes prior but remember checking previously on these boards about what to expect in terms of pricing- so here it is:

    Got a 09 FX35 AWD with Premium and Navigation Package, splash guards, cargo organizer (love that!), cargo tray- is the 1st aid kit standard (?) b/c that was in the back too)- Color: Blue Slate/Graphite Interior

    Went in and said- not buying used but will close deal today for 10k off MSRP- after slight negotiation- the car was just that- I got nearly 10k off- MSRP was 50k and final price was 40,250k- OTD price was 41,710.50!

    Please tell me I did good considering I only negotiated with one dealer and just winged it basically- the place was slow and I was the only sale that day- they actually said, the best time to make a deal is the beginning of the month and not so much the end b/c no one comes in at the beginning and they have to meet quotas by the 15th of the month- I don't know if that was BS or not but I am happy!

    For 7k more than the used ones I was looking- brand new was the way to go and I am very happy!

    Now looking to team up with someone regarding the AMEX card deal!
  • jenp123jenp123 Posts: 39
    Oh and they also matched my finance rate at my credit union- which I wasn't expecting either- 3.9% for 60 months!!
  • Hello

    I bought a Infinti FX in July and have the owner redemtion code. Anyone who has bought new Infinti after 28 August can send me his/her details to receive their AMEX card
    Email me at oldsmarflorida@hotmail.com
    You will get $500 amex award card from Infinti and I will get $150 card.

    VIN
    First Name
    Last Name
    Street address
    City
    State
    Zip Code
  • breesbrees Posts: 8
    I have one - you can send me your info, you get 500 i get 150. I think people are wary of giving all that info out, I know i am..... let me know how best we can do this.
  • sewellgsmsewellgsm Posts: 775
    You can get special rates or $5000 (dealer cash) on remaining 2009s. Many dealers are starting to discount 2009 FX35 around $7000 off MSRP if you pay cash or get traditional financing. :)
  • Hi
    I just purchased a new 2009 FX35 in Oct and are looking for a current owner who has not redeemed their code to team-up for the Amex gift card incentive. Please send me an email to vishmeh2009 hotmail com with
    the following info:

    Infiniti will send you a $150.00 owner recomendation rewards card (AMEX)

    Owner redemption code
    VIN
    First Name
    Last Name
    Street address
    City
    State
    Zip Code

    Thank you
  • can you send me your info, I was looking for someone to team up with AMEX gift. I contacted several people with no response . thanks
  • Just bought a G37 Sedan and need a partner for the referral program.

    $150 for you, $500 for me
    email me at:
    hudson.bh@verizon.net and I can provide the info or I can submit with your info if you wish.

    http://www.nnainfo.com/Rewards/datacapture.html

    Thank You

    Ben
  • I have the following two deals on the table with a dealer out of Torrance, CA. I am looking for some experienced advice on whether or not I am getting a decent deal so here goes:

    Option #1: 2009 FX35 with prem. and nav. pkgs. at $44,357 less $5k manuf. rebate for a price of $39,695. I will put down $5k down payment so my loan will be 4.9% at $34,695. The finance charge worked out to be $4,661.25 and a monthly payment of $655.95 for 60 months. There is a C/D at 21.87, what is this?

    Option #2: 2009 FX 35 with prem., and nav. pkgs at $45,626, and $5k down, loan of 60 months at 2.9%, finance amount of $39,695.75. Finance charges total $930.25 with a monthly payment of $677.10 and a C/D of 22.57. Why is this option starting out $1,300 more than option #1? Should the start amounts be the same?

    The dealer is pushing me toward option #1 and I smell a rat! My guess is so that he picks up the interest of $4,661.75 Why wouldn't he want to push me toward option 2 where the monthly payment is higher?

    Are either of these decent deals, and what should I do? Thanks for all your help!
  • They're good deals if you want a car payment of close to $700 for the next 5 years!
    That's outrageous in my opinion and I wouldn't do either of them frankly. Most people will put down at least 20% on the purchase price of a vehicle. Even with the seriously discounted prices you're not even close to that. Put down more cash or, if you can't afford this, consider the lease deal that Infiniti is currently offering on the FX - even less cash will be required up front and the payment will be closer to $500 per month...or better yet, look at other vehicles that you are better able to afford.
  • Just bought a fx35 awd with premium pkg for 38,434 in NJ..love it..
    Is the AMEX cash back deal still valid? Did anyone get their rewards?
  • sewellgsmsewellgsm Posts: 775
    The price should be the same before the incentives. Once you set the price - then you should be able to choose between special financing (0% for 36, .9% for 60, or 2.9% for 72) or get your own financing and get the $5000 dealer cash (not a rebate, so the dealer does not have to give you all of it - most will).

    Generally speaking, IF you have good credit, we recommend you take the $5000 - because that is direct saving right now - where the special rates pay off a little per month over time and may take 4 years to make up the $5000 and you may trade it before then. Hope this helps. :)
  • I'm in the market for an '09 or '10 FX35 AWD in the Los Angeles area. So far the best deal I've received is an '10 with Premium, Nav, Splashguards for 43,500 before tax and fees. Probably not a screaming deal but what does everyone think?
  • Hi
    We just purchased a new 2009 EX35 and are looking for a current owner who has not redeemed their code to team-up for the Amex gift card incentive. Please send me an email to gtg804v@gmail.com the following info:

    Infiniti will send you a $150.00 owner recomendation rewards card (AMEX)

    Owner redemption code
    VIN
    First Name
    Last Name
    Street address
    City
    State
    Zip Code

    Thanks
  • New to this board, but so far mostly I'm seeing talk about good deals on 2009s. I'm wondering if anyone's gotten a good price on a 2010 and if the 5K applies to them or only the 09s? I'm asking b/c searching in my area I'm finding the 2009s are getting scarce and I probably won't buy anything till after the first of the month. (I'm looking for an FX35 AWD with prem, tech and nav.)
  • Those are the packages we wanted also but couldnt find one in a 3 state hunt in August. Good luck to you in your quest. We ended up dropping the tech package (which we don't miss, except the wipers, but I can flip that switch on myself and save $2000). The $5000 doesn't apply to the 2010, nor does the financing. We got an excellent deal on our 2009, plus a bonus $500 back from the Amex deal. Where are you located? And how far are you willing to go to get one?
  • I'm in Michigan and I have found a couple near Detroit, both have touring though. they're already knocking off nearly 10k, which is good. Don't know if I like the color, plus I'm starting to see some demos come available in 37-40K range, and that's kind of appealing.

    On a different topic, what do you think of Infiniti's CPO program?
  • kshankarkshankar Posts: 113
    I was told by 2 different dealers that it costs $895 to certify an Infiniti into CPO.
    One should also consider the Infiniti Elite Extended Warranty which is better than CPO since it covers items like the radio, nav, and belts and hoses.
    go to www.infinitiwarranty.com for coverage and free quotes. You can get extended warranty cheaper than what your dealer offers. These are real infiniti warranties and not third party. You are buying it from an Infiniti dealer
  • email me at kleindevelopment@gmail.com
  • Just bought in Tampa for 41,200.
    Sweet car.
  • I am conisdering to buy new FX 35 and here is the negotiated price i gopt from the local dealer.

    2010, FX 35, RWD,Black obsydien/wheat interior
    Premium Package,
    Touring Package ,
    Navigation packg ,

    MSRP:$51,429
    Final Purchase price:$41,000 (After 4k dealer cash back)

    is it a good deal to buy? Please advice
  • I am considering to buy 2010 FX35 and here is the quote i got from the local dealer.

    2010, FX35
    Premium Package
    Touring Package
    Navigation Package

    MSRP:$51,429
    Purchase Price: $41,000 + Tax

    Is this a good deal? Please advice
  • It sounds like a good deal. I mean, how often does a dealer knock 10k off a new model year car like? They must be carrying the 09 deals over to the 10s.

    The questions to ask yourself are, is the dealer giving you financing, and what's the rate? That's one way they can make some of that 10k back. The other is by tacking on document fees and the like. Even in the worst cases I've seen document fees are never more than a couple of hundred, so it sounds great to me. I've got an appointment to look at one just like it when I'm in Detroit next week. The salesman seems pretty hot to make me a deal, and if I were to get something like what you've got, I'd be hard pressed not to take it.
  • Thank you very much for your response.
    I got loan from my bank @ 4% for 36mos.

    Dealer's documentation fee is $600.00

    That's seem bit high as per your comments.May be they are trying to make it up.
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