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I've been experiencing a rear suspension noise that happens when I go over a large dip in the road or leave my driveway. Infiniti has tried to fix it but it comes back after a week's worth of driving around. Anyone else experience the same issue?
So I have a 2011 QX56 which was purchased new in October 2010. Mine was an early one so not sure if this had anything to do with my problems. It has had to be towed back to the dealer three times now from where it has stranded my wife and kids. This last time it developed a very loud whine (sounded like a supercharger was on it) and violent shaking. ... Read More
I am looking at purchasing a brand-new leftover 2011 Infiniti QX56 from a dealership in the Sacramento area. Does anyone know if a 2011 can still be leased even though it is new? The reason I am asking is because last year about this time I was in the market for a 7-series BMW. The dealer had a smokin' deal on a 2010 750li, and when I asked why it was ... Read More
Interesting. Here is a quote you made on February 6, 2010, about a month AFTER I bought mine. "$10k off seems to be the going sale price on all QX - regardless of equipment. You may get a few hundred more off a demo or just playing hard ball, but that is where they are selling. And 10k off is assuming all the dealer cash, so no lease or special rates ... Read More
For the record, I never asked anyone to go around low balling all the dealers. Just as I never accused the dealers on this forum of going around creating false hype and demand to get everyone to purchase at MSRP. Just as you justified your contribution as a dealership to this "buying and leasing experience" in previous posts with your "experience", I'm simply presenting facts that everyone can actually verify for ... Read More
$3,000 below MSRP is not unreasonable considering that American Express' auto purchasing program has a target price of $66,774 ($2,226 below MSRP) for 2011 QX56 4WD with Theater and Touring packages. I'm personally waiting for the VPP to be applied to this vehicle so i will be working from the "invoice" price plus potential customer cash incentives. Yes, i do understand that it may not be applied to this "new" vehicle ... Read More
I went to a couple of dealers who were very close in price. Massapequa and Competition - I would not pay more the. $50500 for a 2010. Also all the models that were on the lot all included the tech package. The only differences in cars were deflectors, etc which only resulted in a 600-700 variance in sticker price. I am very impressed with the customer service emails, phone calls, mailings ... Read More
I paid a hair under 50k and the MSRP was $63k Great deal IMO I had the QX56 for almost 2 months now and love it ! Infiniti sent me a nice gift from Tiffinys and has contacted several times checking up on service, etc Service can't be beat, best service I have ever got so far from a car manufacturer.
I know that 39 month leases seem to be the most popular with Infiniti but what are the residuals for 30 and 36 months on the 4wd QX56 (2011). Are the money factors any higher for these shorter term leases? Also, how much do you think dealers should be discounting the car below the msrp?
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?
Hi fpinho. Infiniti Financial Services' June buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 QX56 AWD with 10,000 miles per year are .00182 and 50%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 39 month lease are .00156 and 47%. Infiniti is currently providing a $1,000 cash incentive on this truck that is compatible with its special lease program. In addition to this grand, ... Read More
Two reasons. Infiniti will not release the 2011 QX's until they have sold all the 2010 QX's to the dealers. So, we would have nothing to sell unless we take them. Secondly, there will be about a $12k-$15k difference between the two QX's after you figure in all the discount and change in MSRP. So, we will have no problems selling the 2010's - in the end - I will wish ... Read More
Hi Frank. Infiniti Financial Services' May buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 QX56 AWD with 10,000 miles per year are .00182 and 50%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top two credit tiers. The numbers for an otherwise identical 39 month lease are .00156 and 49%. Infiniti is currently providing a $1,000 cash incentive on leases of this truck plus ... Read More
2011 is coming. I'm curious. Even if it's $650 off, why would dealers still want to bring in 2010 QX? Once 2011 QX is here, 2010 will be a tough sell.
36 w/ 10k per year: 50% residual (money factors range from .00182 to .00480 depending on credit). 39 w/ 10k per year: 49% residual (mf range from .00156 to .00480) Lease loyalty if you have an Infiniti is $1000. What is on the ground and coming in May will be it for the dealers on the 2010 QX's - those have to last till July when the new 2011's come out. ... Read More
Greetings RJS. Infiniti Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 39 month lease of a 2010 QX56 AWD with 15,000 miles per year are .00182 and 48%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. When negotiating your deal on this truck, make sure to take the $1,000 cash incentive that Infiniti is currently providing on leases of it into account. Infiniti's current ... Read More
I'm in the market to lease a QX56. Now that April has rolled around, has Infiniti enhanced its lease program? Is it better to wait until the end of a particular month? What is the current money factor and residual #'s for a 39 month lease at 15K a year? Thank you. RJS
This makes little sense to me; however, Infiniti just informed us that they are raising the MSRP and Invoice on the 2010 QX56 by $650. It is weird to me because the 2011 is coming out this summer, I'm guessing when the prices come out on those they will be able to say, "look the 2011 is only $xxx more than the 2010 was". Raise the price but then give dealers ... Read More
I'm waiting for the 2011, but I expect it's going to be full price in the 60k range. Here is the relevant info I have on it. Here's a link to a review of the new Patrol by Motor Trend, it includes specs. Based on those numbers is looks shorter than the current version, but close to the size of a current Denali. http://www.motortrend.com/road....html 2010 Nissan Patrol Base Price N/A Vehicle ... Read More
Yesterday I signed papers for a brand new 2010 QX56 which I will take delivery of tomorrow. It is fully-loaded, MSRP $62,960. Went to dealership with Overstock.com price $49,664 for vehicle without tech pkg (had MSRP of $61,810). I did not want the tech pkg but since the dealership could not get a vehicle w/o it they took another $500 off the price of the vehicle (price of that option is ... Read More
Hi Steve. I personally expect Infiniti's lease program on the 2010 QX56 to stay the same through the end of March. Of course, it is difficult to predict exactly what automakers will do with their future incentives programs. If you're already getting the best possible deal on a vehicle, there really isn't much advantage to getting two at the same time. There's only so much blood one can squeeze from a ... Read More
Car Man or Anyone - Do you think the lease deals for 2010 QX56 AWD will get even better from Infiniti when information about the 2011 will be released next month? I'm looking to lease a 2010 FX35 and 2010 QX56 at the same time and am flexible in timing up to September when my Nissan lease ends. Any thoughts on when you would think I could get the best deal? ... Read More
Let me just clarify that Sewell in Dallas has sold 26 QX56 this month - that is more than some dealers will sell all year - because of this, Infiniti gives us the most - so our selection is as good or better than anyones. :) Deep Garnet is hard to find....
Crest Infiniti had the most QX's in stock so I was able to find a color combo that I liked. Other dealers seemed willing to offer a similar price but just did not have a good selection. A lot of black ones out there if you like black.
Car_man I am looking at a 39 month lease for a 2010 QX56 AWD with a cap cost of $56,500, 20k miles per year and inceptions down. I got a lease quote at $999, including tax. Curious what you think about that price and if I will regret passing on the deal currently and waiting for my current, non-Infiniti lease to expire in March, and whether the Feb/March programs are historically ... Read More
Hi bjordan1. Infiniti Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 QX56 AWD with 12,000 miles per year are .00137 and 46%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 39 month lease are .00113 and 45%. Let's use these numbers to work up a couple of sample lease payments for you. The dealer invoice price of the truck that you ... Read More
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 ... Read More
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 ... Read More
Here's the info that you're looking for, dolphin5. Infiniti Financial Services' October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 QX56 AWD with 15,000 miles per year are .00156 and 46%, respectively. Infiniti has a solid $6,000 dealer cash on this truck right now, but unfortunately that cash is not compatible with its special lease offer. The only cash that's available on leases ... Read More
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? thanks
Hi Car_man, What are the 2010 QX56 2010 4WD lease numbers for a 36 month, 15000 mile a year lease. Is Infiniti offering any lease cash on the QX56? Thank you
Hi cahu. It is difficult predict exactly what it will be like in December, but I can tell you what Infiniti's lease program for this truck is like right now. Infiniti Financial Services' October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 39 month lease of a 2010 QX56 AWD with 12,000 miles per year are .00156 and 47%, respectively. I would be happy to work up a sample ... Read More
Greetings Michael. Infiniti is indeed providing $6,000 dealer cash on the 2010 QX56. Unfortunately, this dealer cash is not compatible with this truck's special lease program. The $1,000 loyalty cash that you mentioned is compatible with the lease program though. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
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 ... Read More
Car Man, I was hoping you could help me sort out the current incentives for a 2010 QX56. I am looking at a 4WD model with the H01 package (video system). The invoice price is $56,920 and the MSRP is $61,715 (both including destination). I am a current Infiniti owner and thus qualify for the $1K owner loyalty cash. I am being told the rebates are on 4K plus another 1K ... Read More
Hi mkw07. What you were told is correct. The dealer cash that Infiniti is currently providing on the QX56 is not compatible with its special lease program. Infiniti Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 QX56 AWD with 15,000 miles per year are .00156 and 46%, respectively. 15,000 miles per year is the highest mileage allowance that IFS publishes ... Read More
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I thought I would chime here re. a used QX56. Take a look at my other posts in the "problems" thread re. A/C in the QX56. To make a long story short, I recently bought a 2009 QX56. On days above 95 degrees in TX, the air at the front vents would not get below 60 degrees, whether moving or idle. In the rear, it was about 70 degrees. Those ... Read More
Well I had a 2004 and Junk it was , we went to court and it was declared lemon by the judge and by back was order, I then waited and purchased a 2007 thinking they would have fixed the issues and again landed in court and judge ordered it a lemon and a Buy Back, Now I am looking for a larger SUV and I must say they are the ... Read More
The point is that the industry standard vent temperature, using a thermometer, is 38-48 degrees using recirc mode after 10-12 minutes. The nob temperature is irrelevant. The QX56, at a whopping 60 degrees, fails miserably. I took mine back and got a Yukon that blows 42 degrees while it is 100 degrees outdoors. I really wish I didn't have to make this choice. It is ridiculous to have to take back ... Read More
By James R. Healey, USA TODAY Nissan (NSANY) says it will stop making the Quest minivan and its full-size SUV, the Infiniti QX56, at its Canton, Miss., factory and use it to make "light commercial vehicles" starting in the first quarter of 2010. The automaker did not say when or where —or if — it will build next-generation versions of the minivan and big SUVS, which are slow sellers in declining ... Read More
Spoke to my Infiniti dealer today about a 2008 QX56. The story on the 2009 is it will be out in June, with no changes versus the 2008. Then in 2010, the production moves back to Japan and there will be an extensive change then. I need one long before then so didn't ask about the changes coming in 2010.
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