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What should I pay for USED 2015 QX60 AWD 28K miles - former lease vehicle (not mine).

rmcmrmcm Posts: 5
edited May 2016 in INFINITI
I found this at the dealership. It doesn't list out the exact packages on the website but it has a sunroof and the 2 headrest tv screens. AWD, Navigation, 360 camera, 28K and off lease. I'm sorry if I'm leaving out any necessary info but it is located in Nebraska.

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  • steverstever Posts: 52,462
    edited May 2016
    I picked a Journey AWD with those options and came up with dealer retail of $29,812 using an Omaha zip.

    The trade-in value is $26,464 and private party value is $28,360.

    There's not too much spread between retail and private party - you could shoot for the private party number but mostly you don't want to pay more than what our appraisal tool says the retail price is.

    Here's the What's My Car Worth link - you can play with it and try to dial the numbers in better.
  • I am looking at a 2015 QX60 AWD, White, premium and premium plus with 14,000 miles. On the website it's offered at 37,950. I live near Smithton, NY. This is a much higher price than the one listed above from"rmcm". What's a good negotiation price for me?? I would love to get this car, but see such a range of prices for it.
  • steverstever Posts: 52,462
    Try the What's My Car Work link to see what we come up with for Dealer Retail (I get a lower number but we list the options separately and I don't know what all is in the various packages).

    Then offer the Private Party price and see if you can split the difference with the dealer when they counteroffer. Assuming they are smart and counter. :)
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