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Infiniti M35 / M45 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • rascal916rascal916 Posts: 2
    Thanks. For your opinion, whats a wrap?
  • colladocollado Posts: 5
    Silly questions:

    How can I make sure that I purchased a 2010 rather than 2009 M35? Reading the owners manual, it says 2009 Owners manual. Dealer told me it was a New 2010 with 100 miles. Milages is correct, but wonder if I just bought a 2009 instead. I open the door and see it was made on 08/09.

    Second, does the 2010 M35 with tech packages suppose to have an USB interface?

    Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 119,929
    edited May 2010
    Look at the 10th digit of the VIN.. If it's a 9, then the car is a 2009 model... If it's an A, then it's a 2010..

    Also, you could check your title or registration..

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  • colladocollado Posts: 5
    thanks kyfdx. Its an A. (2010) I got a 2009 booklet and the dealer has been extremely shady, so I had to double check.
  • charles58charles58 Posts: 1
    out shopping for a g37 AWD and happened upon a new (140 mi) 2009 m35s, black, for $38500. No nav, just the sport. I thought it looked like a good deal until I saw the posts about the 2010 with options going for about that. Good deal? Stick with the 2010 - 2011 g37? Thanks.
  • mltsurgermltsurger Posts: 102
    There is a significant difference between the G's and M's.Would stay with the M and work on the price. Drive and sit in the M ,you can always make more money,there is only one M !
  • tmayes2tmayes2 Posts: 1
    Interested in feedback on the car and the price. Was initially favoring the M45 due to the larger engine.
  • iaw4iaw4 Posts: 7
    edited July 2010
    Apparently, Infiniti is stuffed full of cars and the 2011 model year is around the corner. so, I am thinking about a 2010 M35 or 2010 QX56, which would otherwise be out of my range. Rhode Island/Massachusetts area. Must have the tech package. Preference for light colors. Otherwise, no preferences.

    (I prefer a lease, but can buy.)

    What should I expect?
  • kerryr778kerryr778 Posts: 1
    edited July 2010
    I live about 90miles outside Houston and I have been looking for a gently used M35x/M45x Advanced Tech Package(with LDW) preferably black with a light interior for a while. The other day I found an M45x at a dealership in Dallas that has 37k miles and they are asking for about $37,000, I think that is quite costly for the car given that it has 37k+miles. Any advise and or suggestions anyone???

    I am not limiting my search to Texas, but the closer the better.
  • mltsurgermltsurger Posts: 102
    15 months ago ,I bought a 2008 M45X with every option including chrome wheels for 41,000.00.It had 12,500 miles with CPO.Great car and a lot of fun.Good Luck
  • I just purchased a 2007 M35 and I'm currently waiting on delivery. I was wondering if you could watch dvd movies on the nav screen?
  • Would really appreciate some input. I am looking at a 2006 M45, with just under 21000 miles. It is red, with nav and DVD entertainment system. It does not qualify for CPO (older than 4 yrs). Dealer is asking $25900. How does this price sound?

    I am shooting for a purchase price around $23000 as I would like to also purchase a warranty. The warranty quotes are $2500 for 36 mon/or 100k warranty or $3600 for 60 mo warranty. I really want to keep the entire deal around $25000, including some type of warranty. Am I dreaming that this is possible?

    Thanks for any input.
  • I think your expectations are pretty reasonable. I just bought a 2007 M35x with 27,500 miles, Nav, no DVD, for $26,500 (dealer was asking $29.5k) with only the factory (4 yr / 60,000) warranty. The finance guy quoted me $2700 for the extended warranty (7 yr / 100,000), but had dropped the price to $1700 by the time I left. If the dealer is asking $25.9, you can probably talk them down to $23 and still have room for the warranty. Remember that the warranty price is negotiable as well!
  • Offer 22,500 and 2,000 for the 36 month extended warranty.The dealer will still make money on both.Good Luck, a happy 2008 45X owner.
  • mb87mb87 Posts: 1
    looking at used M35 and found 2008 AWD with 12K mileage fully loaded for $34k and another loaded 2008 with 19K mileage for $32 K. Looks like decent pricing based on research but would love some advice. Also , what about buying extended warranty . I have never owned a M35 and not sure about maintenance and durability
  • I am looking to buy a used m35x. I found 2 cars that I am torn between. Both of them are 2007 models with navigation and backup cameras. One has 33,000 miles and the dealer is asking $27,000. The other has 59,000 miles and the dealer is asking $21,000. Any reactions as to which one to get? If I go for the one with more mileage, are there any big expenses looming?
  • utee05utee05 Posts: 1
    Hi All,
    I've been looking for a used 2007 or 2008 M45. From my area, Austin,TX, I have found a 2007 with 17k miles for $33k. I have also found a 2008 with 32k miles for $33k as well. Both have the base package. I have been looking at the M35 as well. My price range is around $34k. Any idea what the 2010 M35 are going for? I would like a vehicle with under 30k miles. Is this reasonable?
  • jdms57jdms57 Posts: 5
    With Nav and 32k miles coming off lease... my brother has the option to buy for $25,493. Based on research it looks like that is a great deal. Anyone have any thoughts on whether this is a good price for 2008 M35X with NAV?
  • ms123ms123 Posts: 1
    I am about to buy a 2007 M35 with 100,000miles $16,000 or a 07 M35 with 85,000miles $17,000. My question is what should I look for in buying this car. Are there any problems with this make and model car? A car with 100,000 miles is it a big issue? Someone was telling me these cars are so reliable and the miles are not a issue. Please advise..Thanks
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