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Infiniti FX50 / FX35 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • hi, i wanted to know if there were any manufacturer to dealer rebates for the 05' i wanted to get a 05' with tech, sport, and touring for 42500 out the door, is that a fair offer in phoenix, arizona? thanx
  • Kirstie_HKirstie_H Posts: 11,025
    Please visit our rebates & incentives page to see what's being offered in your area. These offers can vary from region to region. You can also visit the new cars page and build your vehicle to see what other shoppers have paid in the Phoenix area.

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  • julia3julia3 Posts: 1
    I saw this post and want to know the dealer you had in NJ. I live in PA and might travel if there's a good deal. Thinking of getting the same car w/ same options as you. Your lease price is great. BTW, how you you like the car after a month? Thks.
  • dobrydobry Posts: 7
    I get my Infiniti 2005 FX35 AWD New Touring Package,Sport package,splash guards,trunk at,cargo net. Black/black 38725$+Tax+fees
    How is my deal?
  • fx35awdfx35awd Posts: 218

    Wow, personally, I think that is a great deal!!! Base on, this what I use when I buy my cars, you brought only $300 over the dealer's invoice. Where did you buy it, I mean in what state? If in California, then where exactly?

    I got a question for you, are your leather seats perforated or the regular smooth leather ones? Because the dealer loan me a loaner car, an 2003 FX AWD black on black with out perforated leather and from what I can tell the leather in that car appear to be a lot thicker then mine 2004 FX AWD. So I am curious to know if Infiniti has gone cheap on their leather quality from the '03 to the '04 or even to the '05. If you don't mind let me know what kind of leather seating you got on your new FX. Congratulation on your new purchase.
  • dobrydobry Posts: 7
    i bought it in Glenview Illinoiss dealer.This leather is perforated on center on sides is smooth.
  • drgr2005drgr2005 Posts: 1
    I'm located in NJ and got a quote from dealer.
    It is '05 Model FX35, AWD, touring package, tech. package, splash guards, cross bars, wheel locks, cargo net, etc.
    the price is 40,100.00
    How's the price sound? I may decide to buy it within few days.
  • dobrydobry Posts: 7
    How it passible if INVOICE PRICE in NJ is 40600$ something and You will get it cheaper with zip code 08822 for dealer ??
  • Replaced my 01 Qx4 with an 05 Diamond Graphite/Black 2WD, touring, sport, cargo protector, splash guards, XM radio...$37,575 ($175 over invoice). Can't stop the grin on my face! Considered a Lexus RX330, but no was not impressed..the 05 RX330 wasn't as smooth and quiet as my previous '00 RX300, but was equally boring. The FX, however, is awesome and so fun to drive, definitely a keeper. Nothing else compares for the price!!!!
  • sum0890sum0890 Posts: 1
    I live in Dallas, TX and am trying to lease an FX35 with touring and tech package.

    I wanna be at a 36 mo. lease with $400 a month including taxes and $1000 down payment.

    Any Suggestions on how to approach the dealer.
  • jstagerjstager Posts: 14
    I am looking to lease a 2005 FX35 AWD with tech and touring packages. Still debating XM radio. This is the quote I got from one dealer:

    Term: 39 months
    Miles Per Year: 15,000 miles per year
    Total Sale Price: $40,800
    $3240 due at signing

    Breakdown of Acquisition Costs:
    $45 - dealer fee
    $1726 - sales tax
    $65 - transfer plates
    $515 - first payment
    $795 - bank fee

    Monthly Payment: $515/month
    Interest Rate: 4.7%

    This is what they have offered... Is this a good deal? Also, is it true that you can have your Infiniti serviced at Nissan dealerships? This would be a lot easier for me because the Nissan dealerships are less than 10 miles away whereas the closest Infiniti is 30 miles away and with a lease, I'd rather not waste the miles. Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  • cooper6cooper6 Posts: 1
    I got an offer on the following...

    Infiniti FX 35 (touring package)
    39 months/12K
    $1500 due at signing

    MSRP appx. 40,000

    Good? Bad? More room?
  • jstagerjstager Posts: 14
    Your acquisition costs are lower than mine. What state are you in? Also, I wouldn't pay MSRP or anything close to $40K for that. My deal above is $40,800 for a fully loaded FX35 AWD with touring + tech and 15,000 miles per year for $515/month. For a $35/month increase, I'd rather take the FX35 AWD loaded. Just my .02 cents.
  • gilk3914gilk3914 Posts: 5
    Just call any internet manager at almost any LA area (Orange County) dealer and you should get an FX at $200 over invoice. I also am getting XM installed (labor + materials) for $698 (their cost).
  • In need of advice: A local dealer is holding two '04 FX45s. I'd like to put no money down, but I'm willing to put up the first month's payment. With 39-48 months @ 15K miles/yr., how much will I have to pay a month?
  • Hello,
    I live in bay area and is looking for a FX35 AWD +touring for 37k including tax+fees..etc
    Is there a dealer near here that will be able to give me that deal and how should i negotiate with the dealers, like the steps , the things that i need to do.
    Thank you
  • Kirstie_HKirstie_H Posts: 11,025
    If you're new to the negotiation process, you might want to visit our topic about Buying Tips: Negotiating advice, resources and more...

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  • Hello All,
    Can anyone please share their paid price for a 2005 FX35 with Touring and Technology Options? I live in Washington DC Metro areas.

    Alternatively, I am also looking into a 39 Months lease. Any feedback is appreciated.
    Many Thanks.
  • Hi,
    I am thinking about purchasing a new 03 FX35 or 04 FX45 from a dealer.
    Both of their MSRP stands in 39,900.
    What is the real price that i should be paying for these cars??
    and difference between the models, pros and cons,
    thank you for your time
  • mick3mick3 Posts: 7
    I'm looking at an '05 FX35 with tech and touring, dealer in Pittsburgh will not budge off $43,300 (Edmunds shows MSRP $44,600, Invoice $40,576, TMV $43,143). This is the only dealer in a 100 mile radius, and they have the attitude that they don't care if they earn my business (dealer actually had the nerve to claim that TMV in this area is at MSRP). As much as I like the car, I'm ready to walk since in other areas it seems people are paying less than $1000 over invoice. Has anyone else had this type of dealer experience in this region?
  • brig70brig70 Posts: 1
    I just test drove the 05' FX35 in NJ. I'm interested in touring/tech/sport pkg. The salesman I was dealing with told me he was "fairly new" while we were driving. Before I left, I asked to work some numbers...

    After he visited "the desk" he told me I'm looking mid 36K to low 37K for what I want. I had to ask him a few times to make sure he was right for touring/tech/sport pkg.

    I'm worried that he wasn't quoting me correctly. Do these numbers sound right to anyone? I'm planning to go back on Saturday. Has anyone here dealt with NJ dealers and have positive feedback?

    Thanks for the help...
  • kd270kd270 Posts: 23
    hello every1, NY NY NY NJ NJ NJ NJ NJ
    Iam doing some research before I make the move on the new fx35 awd and was wondering if Any1 of You guys had any suggestions on which package to get along with that I know i do not want the Tech package but Iam not sure about the Sport package which has the larger rims now I have read in a few places that with the bigger rims the ride is rougher bumpy. So Please if any1 got any suggestions I Would appreciate it. O and another thing The price Iam in Ny and I dont mind traveling to jersey to get a good deal since i know that they tend to give better deals than here in ny. If any1 knows any good reputable dealer dont hesitate to post. lastly Since Iam only looking to get a 2 year lease on that Would any1 know approximately what i would pay or what i should pay with no money down again that the fx35awd with just the touring pack if any1 got that recently please post. i wouldnt mind getting prices on 3 year lease as well although i dont think i would do a 3 year. thanks every1. :blush:
  • snobysnoby Posts: 7
    I don't understand a few things on this lease agreement can some one explain this to me?

    * $795 bank fee- What is this? Is this some sort of lease aqusition fee?
    *$1726 sales tax - I didn't think that you paid sales tax on a lease, except the portion that you actually "lease", and this portion you pay each month with your payment. So is this $1726 a break down of how much you are going to pay over the life of the lease?
    * Oh and what is your residual value?

    Thanks guys.
  • Hello All,

    I am doing a fair amount of research prior to going to the dealership and could certainly use any advice any of you could offer. Here's the car -
    FX35 AWD, Chrome Wheels, Mobile Ent. System, Sports Package, Tech Package, Touring Package, Cargo Area Protector, Silver Roof Rails, Splash Guards, XM Radio.
    Base MSRP $36,250, Total Pkgs, options, etc... $13,340, Destination $590
    Total MSRP $50,180

    I am preapproved for my loan and have a 99 grand cherokee I want to trade in (too busy to try and sell it outright) that should be worth $6000. What kind of deal would you think I should get on this vehicle? I want to purchase it - not lease. I will have to drive 150 miles to get it (no big deal) but really don't want to waste my time. Again, all your help is really appreciated.
  • snobysnoby Posts: 7
    You should research this site, and attempt to "shop" the dealerships, through the internet or with a method known as "fax blasting"
  • reuel3reuel3 Posts: 114
    You may want to visit our general lease discussion, where Car Man is an expert on the subject.

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  • We just signed the deal for an '05 FX35 AWD with Tech, Tour, cross rails, splash guards, and cargo protector for $39,999 (MSRP 44,600) with a Boston, MA area dealer. With the winter behind us, I think they are trying to get rid of inventory. We decided to do the portable XM radio since the dealer wanted $595 to put it in.
  • kd270kd270 Posts: 23
    Iam looking to lease the new fx35 with the tour package and was just wanting to know when is the best time to do so wait alittle longer since the summer is coming or take advantage now. also most ppl were complaining about the sport pack bec of the wheels and that its a rougher ride does anyone have any comments on that. other than that if any1 got a good deal in Brooklyn please let me kno where from. lastly I want to get a 2 year lease i noticed that theres a big price difference and was wondering why.. what should my residual value be if i go with the 2year. here is the quote i got for the 2 year $ 520 12000 miles per month including tax. Zero dwn payment and just have to pay 1st month and the bank fee. the 3year was $485. any comments? any feedback about the car or anything else please post here or email me at thanks
  • snobysnoby Posts: 7
    I believe that they figure residual value with a 39 month lease with 59% of MSRP. So you have to finance your haggled price of the car - 59% of the MSRP for the car. I think that for a touring version $485 is pretty good with no money down.
  • mick3mick3 Posts: 7
    I'm looking at an FX 35 tech and touring. My local dealer (the only game in town) is asking $43,300 firm on an MSRP of $44,600. I received a quote from an out of town dealer, who offered a price up front of $40,800 with the same packages, also in my preferred color combination that my local dealer does not have (and says he cannot find). I checked into a a swap between dealers, but the local sales manager wouldn't go for it. I would prefer to buy locally, since they provide loaner and valet service for the life of the vehicle only if you buy from them, but a $2500 difference in price seems huge, and I could probably pay less than $2500 over the life of the vehicle for a rental car to drive while my vehicle was being serviced. I understand that there may be some competition in pricing between areas, but have other people noticed such a difference?
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