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Infiniti FX50 / FX35 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • i have a question, infinit dealer has the fx35 2006 awd for 259 for 12 months 1000 down, it only comes with the touring package i saw that month ago in november. i passed by the dealership the other day and they changed the sign to 269 and 24 months for the same car. if i wanted to add the hands free and sports how much do u think the lease would go up. i think its a steal at that price.
  • was that $1000 down plus other fees like security,first month, fees etc, or $1000 total out of pocket down?
  • MSRP 44,350.00 VPP 38,884.30

    Is this a good price?
    Thanks
  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 17,536
    Its fine, I think.

    VPP is supposed to be right around invoice minus rebates, but I'm not sure how much of a rebate they are taking into account. It looks to me like Infiniti got up to around $2k on the '06s before abandoning them. Invoice on the one you are looking at, I believe, is around $40,640 or so. So that means you are getting around $1760 off invoice. There MAY be a little more money of the table, but the question is whether its worth the hassle. VPP is a price you walk in with in hand and walk away with the car, hassle-free. That might be worth the couple hundred more you could get off the car if you haggled for a while.

    '13 Stang GT; '15 Fit; '98 Volvo S70; '14 Town&Country

  • Thanks that helps a lot...
  • gvogsgvogs Posts: 2
    I was wondering if anyone knew if infiniti was selling any new FX35 06 or 07 models with low apr incentives or cash rebates?
  • I think so too!

    I just bought a left over 2006 FX35 for $ 42,830 and some change (45,300 out the door/roughly $2547 below invoice) with these options:
    Hands-Free
    Touring Package
    Sports Package
    Technology Package
    DVD Mobile Entertainment
    Cargo area protector
    splash guards
    Thanks to everyone on this board for their keen insight. Without it I probably would have paid more. Information is the king !!!
  • austexaustex Posts: 62
    I am looking at a 06 FX RWD with touring and handsfree package around 35500 out of the drive. Is this a good price? thanks in advance
  • I just purchased my FX-35. I paid $1,000 over the invoice. The FX was equiped with the Touring and Technology package, with Cargo Mat and Splash Guards. 900 miles and I think this was a good purchase.
  • rajelrajel Posts: 1
    just purchased an 07 FX35 with Touring, Tech Package, Hands-free package, cargo net, roof rail cross-bar, splash guards. Paid invoice. I live in NJ.
  • The invoice on the one that I purchased was $40,700, so I paid $41,700 abd the MSRP was $44,800
  • austexaustex Posts: 62
    For a 07 FX35 RWD with Touring/handsfree package I am looking at around $37500 drive out. I think this is a good price just worried about the cost/tire when it comes to changing them. Any idea how long the OEM tires go? 30 - 40K ?
  • bigtbigt Posts: 413
    FX35 with Sport package 1,000 over invoice:

    The one thousand above invoice on the fx is the best we can do. It normally retails for $42610.00, We are selling it for $39,951.00. Then you have $499.00 administration fee, the $489.95 in accessories. Your subtotal is $40,939.95. Your state tax is $2,456.40. Your county tax is $25.00. Your tire/battery/lemon law fee is $8.89. Your tag fee is $100.00 if you transfer and $200.00 if you need a new one. Your grand total out the door is $43,530.24
  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 17,536
    '07, right?

    $1k over invoice is exactly what carsdirect has the '07s priced at.

    '13 Stang GT; '15 Fit; '98 Volvo S70; '14 Town&Country

  • bigtbigt Posts: 413
    Yes this is for the 07 FX35.
  • vanpoolvanpool Posts: 15
    Yes, this was a 2007. But, it was December, and a lot of other manufactures were cutting costs. Normally, the Infiniti does not drop that low. I think there was about 4K above invoice built into the MSRP.
  • bigtbigt Posts: 413
    I was offered invoice for 2007 FX 35 with Sport and Touring in one place and 500 over in another.
  • vanpoolvanpool Posts: 15
    I think either offer is good, just based on the average prices you see at Edmunds and other auto sites. Go for it, you will love the way the FX drives. I just put 1,800 miles on my 2007, and I like it more each day.
  • namonanamona Posts: 4
    I just bought an 07 FX-35 AWD w/ Touring and Handsfree package for $2000 below invoice. Invoice on the car was $38800.
  • vanpoolvanpool Posts: 15
    That is the best discount I have seen on a 2007. What State did you purchase your auto
  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 17,536
    according to edmunds, there is $2k marketing support. So a dealer wouldn't be losing any money by selling it $2k under invoice. Definitely a deal that should be possible at any dealer.

    '13 Stang GT; '15 Fit; '98 Volvo S70; '14 Town&Country

  • namonanamona Posts: 4
    yes exactly it is possible. I bought the car in chicagoland
  • shagenshagen Posts: 1
    I am also in the Chicago area in the market for an FX35. I am hoping to get the same deal as you did. Can I ask what dealer you worked with? I am thinking Luxury Motors Gold Coast?? They have been the most aggressive. I have also been talking to Infinity of Lisle. Any additional information you can provide would be great. Thank you in advance.
  • namonanamona Posts: 4
    I bought it from Infiniti of Lisle.
  • I just got FX35 on Jan 15 for $38701 with Touring, Sport, Hands Free, Cargo Area Protector and Splash Guards. MSRP is listed for $44,110
  • Thanks to everyone on this board. Using the posted information I was able to get $2000 under invoice in White Plains,NY on my 2007 FX35. I believe that the year end for Infiniti is January 31st, either that or regular month end was a consideration.
  • snsnsnsn Posts: 56
    We just purchased our first Infiniti, a 2007 FX35, at $2,000 (and change) under invoice. We are located in NE Florida and agree that the month end push plus the $2,000 marketing support incentive helped. :)
  • keep seeing all of these $2,000 under invoice purchases and I thought I did good getting my FX in December for $1,000 OVER invoice. I thought I would get a better deal in December, but I was not aware that Infiniti's year ended in January or that they had a $2,000 marketing support incentive. But regardless.... I love the FX so far and I know that you will enjoy the ride as well.
  • grn95grn95 Posts: 48
    Has anyone else purchased FX35 for $2k under invoice? Namona how was your experience at Infiniti of Lisle? That deal sounds very appealing! Thanks
  • I just purchased a new '07 FX35 w/touring, hands free & technology for $3,000 under invoice in Ma.
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