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Infiniti QX56 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • kiiwiikiiwii Posts: 318
    You can verify it's a 08 or 09 by the VIN. You can either decode it by yourself or go to
  • Has anyone recently purchased a QX 56? I was recently offered a price of 49,900. Is this a good deal? I read another post where someone was quoted a price of 46,000. Can I expect to get a deal like that now?
  • endresendres Posts: 1
    Seems like it is fairly easy to get dealers down to invoice before the $6k marketing support. Has anyone been able to go deeper on an '09?
  • pazzopazzo Posts: 1
    Just wondering if anyone has any lease quotes on this suv. I got a lease quote on an 09 loaded 36 mo, 12,000 miles, 1500 down...937.00 including taxes. I personally think this is high and was wondering a few more months may be better deals on the 09's to move them for the 10's...??? what do you guys think? I just thought there would be better deals dut to the economy, guess not.

    Thanks for any help.
  • kosta1kosta1 Posts: 11
    I'm in California and bought it out right for $51,000 out the door with the DVD entertainment..I was leasing 2007 for (get this) $1000 down, 12,000 miles, 2 years for $600 a month including tax... The deals now are ridiculous, but that is because the market is bad and banks are afraid that you are going to walk away after few months. They want to get their money right away..I know the dealer lost money one the deal but they can't keep the car there forever, they have to take the loss eventually. No one is buying SUV car now, so they have to clear the lot. I think I got a great deal, paid cash..
  • sewellgsmsewellgsm Posts: 775
    In Texas, the new 2010 QX56 is hot! Last summer we could not give those away - gas was over $4 a gallon and we were only selling a couple a month. Infiniti decided to cut way back on production - then gas dropped back down, the market started climbing back up - and boom - we sold out of our 09's quick. Now, the 2010 are coming in, but not near as fast or as many as we want. Most of us only have 3 or 4 on the lot - so getting the right color combination is hard. The 2wd stickers for around $58,600 with the DVD - Infiniti has an unbelievable $6000 dealer cash incentive or special rates. So, we have been selling them for $7000 ($1000 discount from us and $6000 from Infiniti) off MSRP as fast as we can get them.

    $52k for a 2010 QX is awesome - that is about what used 2009 are selling for!
  • ...disregard...
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 64,579
    Since sewellgsm works for a dealership, he can only give general info in the forums. Anything further would be soliciting, which is prohibited by our membership agreement.

    So... he won't be able to answer your specific questions..

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    Uh... yeah... we are probably already over the line... :surprise:


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  • Texas... 2010 2wd paid 49900 before TTL
  • Hi, Can anybody tell me if it is a good SUV to buy. Secondly is it ok to buy 2008, AWD with entertainment and tech pkg vs buying a new one. Pricewise where can i get a best deal. I am willing to travel to pick up a good deal?
  • sewellgsmsewellgsm Posts: 775
    QX56 is great SUV (stay away from 2004 - 1st series had some problems they ironed out).

    Basically the 2008, 2009, & 2010 are all the same vehicle.

    In Dallas, a 2010 2wd with DVD is about $50,955. Use that to compare to your 2008 you are looking at. (About $7700 off MSRP). They are "hot" here, so you may find a better price in other parts of the country. :)
  • We've received several truck loads of QX's over the last two weeks - making it easier to get a good deal and more options to choose from. In Texas, you can expect around $8000 off MSRP now. :)
  • What do you think would be a good price for a 2010, AWD QX56 with entertainment package, Techonology package and carpet cargo mat. I am getting some very good offers either with cash or with 0% APR for 3 yrs. These offers make me wonder should I rather buy a new one instead of a used 08 or 09.
  • Hey, sewell...just out of curiosity, are the 7 seat vehicles a lot more popular than the 8 seaters? I was trying to find 8 seaters but it's hard to know what's on dealer websites when they don't show optional equipment. How hard is it to find the 2nd row bench?
  • when I was shopping for my '10 QX-56 a couple months ago, the sales guy said it was an easy switch to swap out the captains chairs & install the bench seats if I wanted bench seats instead... (I went with the captains chairs)
  • We usually order 80% captain - 20% bench for our location. However, I noticed that Infiniti had a bunch of bench seats, so they just built a bunch of QX's with them. Then asked us - hey do you guys want these QX's? All dealers were short, so we all took them - so on most lots you should see about a 60/40 split right now. :)
  • Hey Car Man,
    I have been considering a QX56 for a while, I probably missed a decent time to buy 6 months ago. I have neighbor who works for Nissan and offered to let me use the VPP program. My question is about incentives. I know there is $6000 factory cash available for purchases of a 2010. To the extent there are 09s still out there, is there an incentive left on those? I can't find any info on this and would consider either model year. Any info you could provide would be helpful.
  • If you want to a video of this new suv add The Autoweek TV video Podcast in itunes. Download the 9-11 podcast. Only exterior video is showned...nothing on the interior.
  • I am considering a 2010 QX56. I see people referencing 6k to 8k off of MSRP. I want to take advantage of the 2.9% financing. Any guidance on how much off of MSRP or how much above or below invoice I should be targeting if I want to use the special financing?

  • Most dealers are taking about $2k off - then you can take the special financing or an additional $6k. So, your choice will be between the special rates or $6k. :)
  • If you take the 6K, what kind of finance rates can you expect from Infiniti's captive finance company? It seems by offering 6K that Inifiniti wants to move QX56s - if that is the case, why wouldn't they offer some lease cash or offer an lower interest rates on leases?

  • sewellgsmsewellgsm Posts: 775
    Depending on credit and how much a customer puts down - one can acquire rates as low as 4.5% (BOA maybe even lower). If you don't take the $6k - you can get 0% from Infiniti (for 36 months).

    As for leases, Infiniti would rather you buy a QX than lease it - they have been burned in the past on big SUV's as gas prices go up and down.

    The lease is still better than most other big SUV's in the market, but flat out buying one - taking the $6k seems to be what most customers are choosing. :)
  • Bought a 2010 QX 56 for 9k off the sticker, $49,710. Excellent job by the staff at Grubs Infiniti in the Dallas Fort Worth area. Car has it all, Tech package, moon roof, the whole deal. Also ended up giving me a very fair deal on the trade in.
  • mjohnr99mjohnr99 Posts: 193
    Thanks for the info. That seems to be a great price. I am in the mid-atlantic area and have been considering a Toyota Sequoia, but so far, I have not seen the dealers come down to what I think is a reasonable price (at least for me). Also, they have no incentives. I know Infiniti has the 6000 cash back, but it also sounds like you got it close to or under invoice. Do you mind breaking down the math and how you/they got to that $49,710 price? For example, based on your sales contract and sticker, I am assuming the price was $54,710 with 6,000 cash back coming to you. But, can you break down that $54,710 number in terms of base price (4WD?), options (full list), fees, etc.? That would help me figure out exactly what % you got below/above invoice, so that I can apply the same math to a slightly different equipped QX56. [I know the trade-in game complicates the math, but don't worry about that I guess.] Thanks in advance!
  • I didn't make the post but my guess is what he's saying about getting "$9,000 off" the MSRP is the actual number. I live in the southeast and the standard price for a 2WD 2010 QX56 with entertainment system, floormats and destination charge is $58,710. $58,710 - $9,000 is $49,710. I'm very familiar with the Infiniti QX as I purchased a 2009 back in April and it's held it's value so well I'm currently in the process of working a deal to trade for a 2010. They were offering $6,000 off back in April too. The only difference between the 2009 and 2010 is a $1,000 price increase. Our 2009 Infiniti has the tow package and splash guards which brought the MSRP to $58,275 (comparably equipped 2010 is $59,275) and I was able to negotiate a price of $47,160 with no trade. My current offer for the 2010 is $47,800 which is about $800 under invoice but that's because they charge an $895 dealer prep fee (preprinted on invoice) which I refuse to pay. I deduct it off my offer so after the dealer fee is added I'm paying about $100 over invoice. If they take it great, if they don't who cares I'm still driving a 2009! I also did everything over the internet. I contacted them and made an appointment to test drive and negotiated from my home computer via e-mail. I made my $47,160 offer for the 2009 and they countered twice and I refused both of them before they eventualy agreed to my price. I should also tell you that the dealership is a large dealership and they had 21 QX56's on the lot. A smaller dealership may be less likely to lower the price unless they have a disproportinate number of vehicles. Good luck!!
  • I know it has been awhile - but a bunch of QX's have hit the dealerships in the last 2 weeks - so I've seen $9k off of MSRP (without special financing) - seems to be the number the vehicles are moving at.
  • The QX got a little sweeter!

    2010 QX: Special Rates + $1000 or $7000 dealer cash!

    If you lease there is $1000 plus a $1000 lease Loyalty rebate is you own an Infiniti.

    Hope this helps! :)
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