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U.S. pricing on the 2014 Infiniti QX60

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Infiniti today announced U.S. pricing on the 2014 Infiniti QX70 and QX60, which are on sale now at Infiniti dealers nationwide. Starting Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP)* for the QX70 (formerly known as the Infiniti FX) remain unchanged from the 2013 models, while prices for the QX60 (formerly known as the Infiniti JX) increase just $300 USD.
2014 Infiniti QX70
Infiniti’s iconic performance crossover embodies all things Infiniti – premium design and craftsmanship, relevant performance, innovative technology and unrivalled Japanese hospitality. That continues in the 2014 model year with a range of three well-equipped QX70 models that once again prove that luxury doesn’t have to be dull – in look, interior indulgences or the driving experience.
The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP)* for the 2014 Infiniti QX70 are:
Model Engine/Drive MSRP
QX70 3.7 3.7-liter V6 / RWD $44,950 USD
QX70 3.7 AWD 3.7-liter V6 / AWD $46,400 USD
QX70 5.0 AWD 5.0-liter V8 / AWD $61,500 USD
Destination and Handling $995 USD
2014 Infiniti QX60
The popular Infiniti QX60 luxury crossover receives a new Hybrid powertrain later in the 2014 model year. It will be available in two models – QX60 Hybrid and QX60 Hybrid Premium in FWD and AWD configurations. Pricing for QX60 Hybrid models will be announced at a later date.
A number of other enhancements are offered for 2014 QX60 3.5-liter models, including splitting the previous Premium Package into Premium and Premium Plus Packages and the addition of power up-folding 3rd row seats to the Deluxe Touring Package. An auto-dimming inside mirror with HomeLink® Universal Transceiver is now standard on all models. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP)* for the 2014 Infiniti QX60 are:
Model Engine/Drive MSRP
QX60 3.5-liter V6 / FWD $41,550 USD
QX60 AWD 3.5-liter V6 / AWD $42,950 USD
Destination and Handling $995 USD
For full information on the 2014 Infiniti QX70 and QX60, please go to
About Infiniti:
Infiniti Motor Company Ltd. is headquartered in Hong Kong with sales operations in approximately 50 countries. The Infiniti brand was launched in 1989. Its range of premium automobiles is currently built in manufacturing facilities in Japan and the United States. Production in China and Europe will start soon along with the expansion of the brand's portfolio.
As the Title Partner and Vehicle Performance Partner of Infiniti Red Bull Racing, Infiniti has a far-reaching technical collaboration with the Formula One team, and Sebastian Vettel, its triple World Champion driver, serves as Infiniti's Director of Performance.
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I just bought mine during black friday sales and got it for $40k plus tax. MSRP on mine was $45595
I just purchased mine for 41375 plus tax. the MSRP was $48575
Seems pretty reasonably priced. Other vehicles are right around the $40,000 mark in this segment as well.
I just purchased mine for 41375 plus tax. the MSRP was $48575
wow that's really good. how did you manage to get the price down to that? did you negotiate it down or what?
I just purchased mine for 41375 plus tax. the MSRP was $48575
congrats. you got a great deal!
I just purchased mine for 41375 plus tax. the MSRP was $48575
what packages did you get and is it an AWD?
Congratulations on your deal!

I am looking to lease an AWD premium plus with MSRP around 50k in bay area- I see Truecar price of upto 7k off from Farfield and 5k from Livermore. I reviewed in Edmunds that MF is 0.00104 - is this true? Likewise - any ideas on what is a good lease deal for 12k/36 months?
Congratulations on your deal!

I am looking to lease an AWD premium plus with MSRP around 50k in bay area- I see Truecar price of upto 7k off from Farfield and 5k from Livermore. I reviewed in Edmunds that MF is 0.00104 - is this true? Likewise - any ideas on what is a good lease deal for 12k/36 months?
Check your private messages.

Bob O'Brien
Moderator on the JX Forum
Finally picked up a lease in bay area.

Package: AWD+ premium Plus+ Driver Assist. Terms : 36000 miles - 3 years Payment offer: 0 down + first month lease payment + registration +title.

MSRP: 51555 Agreed vehicle value - 7.a in lease document = 47232 Acquisition fee -7.d in lease document = 700 Gross Capitalized Cost-7.r in lease document =47932 Residual - 6 in lease document = 31448.55 (61%)

I took the Refundable Security Deposit option of 9 lease payments totaling $4500 which appears in 4.c of lease document and is returned after 3 years back to you from IFS. This reduced money factor to 0.00014 i.e $404 in rent charges across entire lease period or $12.21 per month. ( 5.f in lease document)

Depreciation component: $16484.19 /36 = $457.89 Rent component: $404/36 = $ 12.21

Lease payment = $470/month.

Check it out guys, this is unbeatable package.
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Did pricing go up in Jan?
I actually saw three different invoices and I am trying to land on the source of truth - Little late in the game for me but Want to share the knowledge with the shoppers:

There was a pre dec 2013 pricing where the invoice /MSRP wass 39775 / 42950, as provided by dealer. This was available for an in stock vehicle that I did not want due to missing options and wrong color combo
I then got the december 2013 price from fightingchance (Paid service) where it was 40191 / 43400.
Then, I got a Jan price from the dealer where it was 40,362 / 43400.
Overall, the Jan price he gave me was $1000 above the invoice offered by Fighting chance (Dec 2013) and I was able to shave off $750 from infiniti financing and $250 from dealer price reduction paid up $200 in interest difference for the color I wanted.

Open question:
How often does Infiniti raise prices? I am inclined to dispute the third price provided by dealer.
Any thoughts?
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black one

got mine last week: MSRP$51,620 Paid 45,449 out the door.

Prem +
Theater Pkg
Driver Assist
Illum Kick Plates
Splash Guards
Rear Bumper Protectors
Cargo Kit

adding E&G Grill and trailer tow package next week!
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Congrats on the new car and great deal. Please post pics of the grill and tow (if aftermarket) when you get those done. Post in appropriate threads (not this one).
Hey everyone!

New QX60 owner here. I picked mine up last Sunday. Of an MSRP of $58,395, I paid $54K out-the-door. It had 6 miles on it... Just about everywhere was still wrapped and sealed when I got it.

Here's my config:

Ext: Diamond Slate
Int: Graphite

- Prem
- Prem +
- Theater Pkg
- Deluxe Touring Pg
- Tech Pkg

- Illum Kick Plates
- Splash Guards
- Rear Bumper Protectors
- Roof Rails + Crossbars
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Out the door = After taxes, DMV, etc?

How did you go about the purchase? Did you name a price and negotiate in a traditional way or use a bidding route, e.g. Fighting Chance?

I PM'd you on the details (saw your PM before seeing your reply post). For everyone else interested, $54K was the out-the-door price (tags, taxes, processing, delivery fee, etc.). It's pretty loaded,... the only thing I don't have is the towing hitch.

I negotiated my price via mostly the traditional method and a little of the bidding method, though manually (i.e., calling back n forth between two aggressive dealers) and not through something like Fighting Chance(?), which sounds like something I wished I had known about...(I really hate the negotiating process).
I bought my QX60 Hybrid AWD back on February 11th, 2014 but I do not think I posted pricing in here so here's mine:

2014 Infiniti QX60 Hybrid AWD

Exterior: Black Obsidian
Interior: Graphite Leather w/ Maple Accents

-Hybrid Premium Package
-Theater Package
-Deluxe Technology package

-Splash Guards
-Stainless Steel Rear Bumper Protector
-Roof Rails and Roof Rail Cross Bars
-All Weather Floor Mats (1st, 2nd & 3rd row)
-Wheel Locks

Sticker Price: $61,000
Negotiated Price: $53,407
Price after sales tax including all fees: $56,938

Considering I got a fully loaded Hybrid model with quite a few accessories thrown in, I was happy with the negotiated price. I also had a trade involved which I received $23,000 for. That was what I went in wanting for the trade. It took some negotiating to get it, but I did get it in the end. So the taxes above were based on the price of the QX60 with the trade in subtracted.
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My deal was similar to Paradox's. I too chose to purchase, I did not lease.

2014 QX60 Hybrid AWD
Exterior Color: Moonlight White
Interior Color: Java with Maple Accents
Mileage: 13

Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Base Price: $45,950.00
Factory Options:

  • Rear Bumper Protector: $205.00
  • Theater Package: $1,700
  • Deluxe Technology Package: $6,050.00
  • Hybrid Premium Package: $4,600
  • Destination Charges: $995.00
Total MSPR: $59,500.00

The negotiated vehicle sale price was $51,532.00

  • Doc Processing Charge: $80.00
  • Taxable Sale Price (A+B): $51,612.00

I had to pay CA sales tax on $51,612.00. I also had to pay the following CA fees, which were not included in the taxable sale price:

  • CA Vehicle License Fee: $335.00
  • CA Registration/Transfer/Titling Fees: $81.00
  • CA Tire Fee: $8.75
  • Smog Abatement Fee: $20.00
Grand total before cash down/trade equity: $56,257.08

I negotiated $23,500 for my trade.

I purchased splash guards and all weather floor mats separately (not part of deal above). I plan on keeping this vehicle until it is paid for, so I also purchased an extended bumper to bumper warranty separately through USAA (can use Infiniti dealerships for repairs, $0 deductible, covered for 72 months or 100,000 miles, and it includes a rental car. If the vehicle breaks down on a road trip, it includes hotel, meals and a rental car). This extended warranty picks up when the factory warranty expires, it cost me $1,300.

Bottom line for me, best deal I’ve ever negotiated, took away from the pain of having to pay LA county sales tax (9%). My take away – purchase a vehicle on Saturday evening, towards the end of the month, when the sales manager is trying to meet his weekly/monthly quota!
Cheers and good luck!
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Both of those deals are amazing. I doubt I'd have sold you the car for that cheap.

And how is it that my profession has so thoroughly soured everyone on us, that people are proud they kept us from dinner with our families so they could feel good about saving a couple hundred dollars? I know I signed up for all the parts of the job. But knowing that some people purposely come in 1/2 hour before closing, then keep us at work haggling for 2 hours with their moochy, whiny butt until we cave over the last $xx.xx dollars just so we can go home - pisses me off. When you get curt, insufficient delivery and explanation of features, functions, etc., you'll know why. Yes, I know I sound bitter. But sometimes customers deserve much, much worse treatment than I'm capable of providing.

You can try the tactic of coming in at the last minute. But if you try it with me and I find out you did it intentionally, I'm not going to be the least bit amused. I want to earn your business with the best possible service. You don't get the best version of me when I'm walking you through all the amazing features of your car at 9:30pm (my dealership closes at 7).
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I only went to the dealership I went to because the price I got came in from TrueCar and that particular dealership. The price was LOW and I got an extra $250 because of USAA. Then when I got there there was an issue with the vehicle itself so to make it right, they took an extra $300 off and threw in the all weather mats. I was there literally under an hour and the only real negotiating was on my trade, for 10 minutes.

Before I had to resort to the tactics you describe, I'd simply go to another dealership. If there is one thing I do not stand for is the going back and forth back and forth game between me, the saleperson and the person he goes to in the office. This was the first time i used TrueCar and it made it easy but in the past over many vehicle now, I offer a price I know is reasonable for both me and the dealership. I tell them I'm not here to make my life miserable nor yours, this is the price. Go talk and either say yes or no to it because if it's a no I'll go to other dealerships as to not waste your time. More often than not I get a yes we'll do it. And if it's a no and they continue to want to play the back and forth game i simply go, there are too many other choices in dealerships to play such stupid games IMO. But in the end I guess like you said, it comes with the territory and if people choose to go that route you either have to accept it or just let em' walk.
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