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Infiniti G37 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • pharm30pharm30 Posts: 36
    $32k sounds like a good deal, what was the financing? which dealers are together?
    I live on the west side, haven't been too thrilled with them.

    I was browsing, Pinnacle has a used 2007 coupe with 24K miles and they are asking $29,998. haha.
  • It wasn't the special Infiniti financing offer, but got 4.8% for 48 months. It's my understanding that Peoria, Scottsdale and Pinnacle are all owned by the same group.
  • I would recommend looking elsewhere (Seattle or Bay Area). I had contacted the dealer in Portland and he kept quoting me a few hundred $ off the MSRP!! And he wanted a $3K deposit up front to ship the car from another dealership since they didn't have what I wanted.

    The Portland dealer just didn't want to negotiate, so I didnt waste any further time dealing with him.
  • You are absolutely echoing my experience! :)
    I was trying to avoid buying from any other state and save myself the sales tax (which comes to be around $3k!!). It is a shame that there is just one Infiniti dealer in the entire state! Its not surprising they are not interested in negotiating.

    Come to think of it, it might be a risk getting stuck with a monopoly dealer even for after-sales service.
  • drjcool1drjcool1 Posts: 45
    I am not sure where to post this query, so I am sorry if this is not the right place.

    Just got my loaded G37x Sedan 2 days ago and love it. Just trying to figure out the center portion of the liquid crystal display (LCD), on the dashbooard. Next to the gear shift indicator, for example, "P" is displayed when the car is in park. Right next to that is a smaller "A". What does that stand for? To the right of that there are 2 sets of digits. One seems to represent the permanent odometer, and I thought the other represents the trip odometer, but that doesn't seem to be so, because that is located just above and that resets when the elapsed time resets.

    Can anyone shed any light? Thanks to all in advance.
  • pharm30pharm30 Posts: 36
    Quote from Pinnacle salesman:
    "vehicles being sold for under invoice is news to me. We do not sell vehicles under invoice. GM, Chrysler or Ford perhaps, but then again they can't hold a candle to an Infiniti".
  • cycnetcycnet Posts: 15
    As in the Owner Manual 2-5:
    Odometer/twin trip odometer
    The odometers1 and twin trip odometers2 are
    displayed on the dot matrix crystal display
    when the ignition switch is in the ON position.
    The odometer records the total distance the
    vehicle has been driven.
    The twin trip odometer records the distance of
    individual trips.
    Changing the display
    Pushing the TRIP A/B RESET switch s3 at the
    bottom left of the combination meter panel
    changes the display as follows:
    Resetting the trip odometer
    Pushing the TRIP A/B RESET switchs3 for more
    than 1 second resets the trip odometer to zero.
    Average fuel economy and distance to empty
    information is also available. (See ªDOT MATRIX
    LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAYº later in this section
    and ªHOW TO USE STATUS BUTTONº in the ª4.
    Monitor, climate, audio, phone
  • drjcool1drjcool1 Posts: 45
    I can't believe that I just never saw the A/B Trip Odometer Reset Button on the left side of the dash. Once you find the button, it's a "no-brainer". Thank you so much!!!!
  • Many states have reciprocity rules i.e. if you are an OR resident and purhase a car elsewhere, you won't have to pay that state's sales tax....worth researching! ;)
  • speedricerspeedricer Posts: 2

    I got a quote for 2009 G37x coupe with Premium and Nav package, Wood Trim, Spoiler, and Illuminated Kick Plate for $40K OTD plus tax. Is this a good deal? Any room for improvement?

  • bthamminbthammin Posts: 1
    I am going to lease the vehicle next week. Can any one provide me the redemption code for rewards, I can use as referral?

    I can be contacted at: [email protected]
  • kansasguykansasguy Posts: 6
    I bought a Infiniti G37S. If anyone has a referral redemption code please send me at [email protected]

  • lp1986lp1986 Posts: 1
    I live in central Florida, so I shopped online with Jacksonville, Tampa, and Orlando. I bought a the G37 coupe with Navi and Premium Package and a few small options for $2600 under dealer COST, or about $6200 off MSRP, i.e. MSRP $43,255 and my cost $37,064. This included the $2000 dealer incentive and a $599 discount to offset their $499 dealer fee. I did the entire deal online with Carey at Orlando Infiniti. What a great experience, and they had the color combo I wanted. We went down on a Saturday and test drove it and picked out the color. No pressure, No BS. Definitely fun to drive and beautiful inside.
  • mlcusa_edmlcusa_ed Posts: 3
    looking for a current owner who has not redeemed their code to team-up for
    the Amex gift card incentive. Please send me an email to [email protected] with
    the following info:

    Owner redemption code
    First Name
    Last Name
    Street address
    Zip Code

    Detail info., click
  • kyusssg37xkyusssg37x Posts: 3
    Bought an Infiniti G37x Blue Slate Sedan Prem/Nav/Tech/wheel locks/cargo net/trunk mats, Graphite interior for $38.6K OTD including TTL (Northeast)

    I am also looking for a current owner who has not redeemed their code (received in the mail) to team-up for the Amex gift card incentive. Please send me an email to [email protected]
    the following info:

    Owner redemption code
    First Name
    Last Name
    Street address
    Zip Code
  • johnsg37xjohnsg37x Posts: 3
    Has anyone had any luck pairing up for the promotion by posting on here?
  • bbz001bbz001 Posts: 1
    That sounds like a pretty good deal. Do you mind sharing where in the NE you made your purchase?
  • kyusssg37xkyusssg37x Posts: 3
    Boston Area...Danvers.
  • loukinglouking Posts: 28

    Was that a rear wheel or all wheel drive ?

  • It was a rear wheel drive.
  • rsaulrsaul Posts: 28
    Was just quoted the following price in Minneapolis...thoughts? I currently have a 2008G35xS (which I bought from the dealer) and they said they would love my trade-in...would hope this would increase my bargaining position? Thoughts?

    2009 Infiniti G37x sedan
    Liquid Platinum/ Graphite
    Premium Package/ Navigation/ Sport Package/ Splash Guards/ Trunk Net
    MSRP: $42,425.00
    Cash Price: $37,890.00+TTL (includes the cash back offer/ no special APR)
  • snagielsnagiel Posts: 750
    That does look like a good deal, but you're still taking a bath by trading up after only a year of ownership. Is the extra 0.2 liter (and two gears) worth it?
  • rsaulrsaul Posts: 28
    They offered $28K for my trade (have 11K miles); very bad depreciation hit for 1.5hrs of ownership. I agree, its never worth sinking $40K into a depreciating "asset" despite 24 more hp and 2+mpg, but guess its more emotional than economical. I would love to get the CoupeXS, but think I've been overruled by the wife (and 2-yr old daughter with the car seat).
  • cnewhousecnewhouse Posts: 20
    South Florida owners, If you buy or lease a NEW Infiniti after March 23, 2009, Infiniti is currently offer a reward program, kind of referral reward. It is a $500 AMEX gift card to the new owner and $150 to current owner. More detail at

    I am a current owner and have a code for the reward. If you recently bought a new Infiniti, you can contact me at [email protected]
  • snagielsnagiel Posts: 750
    It's certainly more emotional than economical! But, hey, you're keeping the economy afloat :)

    You raise a good point, though: when a trade-in is factored into the equation, it's important not to become too seduced by the sales price, since the dealer is (usually) making up the difference by lowering the trade-in value. (I'm assuming that, had you wanted to sell your 2008 on your own, the deal on the 2009 would have changed, right?)
  • kingpcgeekkingpcgeek Posts: 1,051
    Welcome to two months ago. This forum is filled with cooperation requests, and it is not a South Florida deal, its nationwide.
    2005 G35 Sedan
    2007 G35 Sedan
    2008 G37 Sedan
    2010 G37 Coupe
    2012 G37 Sedan
    2014 Q50 RWD

    2017 Q60 3.0t RWD
    2018 QX60 RWD
  • Bought a 2009 G37 Coupe 6M, Premium, Nav, Rear Spoiler for:
    $37,918 + TTL and doc fee, for an OTD of $42,400. This included the $2000 incentive. Tried negotiating the documentation fee away, but here in Arizona the dealers just wouldn't budge on it. Doesn't help that 3 of the 4 Infiniti dealers in Phx. area are under the same ownership hat, as someone has already pointed out on this forum.

    If anybody has a referral code that you would like to share and pair up with, we both could get some money back. If interested, please contact me at [email protected] Thanks!
  • gooddeal2gooddeal2 Posts: 750
    rsaul, what's your '08 MSRP? I would be happy to get 28K for my '08 G35x w/ Premium package, 13K miles.
  • ultragultrag Posts: 2
    Just purchased a G37 Journey w/premium package and cargo net, impact sensor & splash guards for $31,900 from Metro Infiniti in Monrovia, California. Done everything online. Service was so so but the paper work was fair and prompt.

    I'm looking to join up with an existing owner with unused owner recommendation code for the reward program. Email me, [email protected], if interested. Thanks.
  • So you got the G37 cash price with incentive to be nearly $600 below invoice + TTL? Nice job if it's true. The dealership just gave the car away at that price.
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