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I had a trade, which I think was worth no more than $4500 max (KBB said about $3500), but they gave me $8500. So, I got about $4k off sticker.
 

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They had good lease deals for the 2017 models early in the year. I leased mine, but I don't think those deals still exist.

Buying will depend on your negotiation. Honestly, I am not seeing many of these on the road and the sales figures peaked in March, going down after that and ticking up slightly in August. Still, they moved almost 3k of them in March and only 800 in August, so you might be able to get a deal if your dealer has been sitting on a few of them for a few months.

Infiniti as a brand has been selling better, but the QX30 is only 10 percent of the sales. They did a big marketing campaign for the QX30 in Jan/Feb/March and now I haven't seen them on TV much.
 

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Thanks for the reply you two but i have decided to wait till early next year and get the Volvo XC40.
 

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They had good lease deals for the 2017 models early in the year. I leased mine, but I don't think those deals still exist.

Buying will depend on your negotiation. Honestly, I am not seeing many of these on the road and the sales figures peaked in March, going down after that and ticking up slightly in August. Still, they moved almost 3k of them in March and only 800 in August, so you might be able to get a deal if your dealer has been sitting on a few of them for a few months.

Infiniti as a brand has been selling better, but the QX30 is only 10 percent of the sales. They did a big marketing campaign for the QX30 in Jan/Feb/March and now I haven't seen them on TV much.
Right now is a critical time because 2018 models are starting to appear in showroom, meaning most 2017 models have been scooped up. Finding a 2017 right now that's ready for leasing will be like finding a needle in a haystack.
 

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Right now is a critical time because 2018 models are starting to appear in showroom, meaning most 2017 models have been scooped up. Finding a 2017 right now that's ready for leasing will be like finding a needle in a haystack.
"Starting to appear"??? They've been on the ground for months, already.
 

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I was originally looking at getting a 2017 sport model with 7k miles for 29,000 but a friend of mine works at Infiniti, so i decided to see how much i could get a new 2018 for. I was quoted 32,000 +fees after lowering the price about 9,000 off of MSRP on a 2018 Sport model with black suede headliner/sunroof package which is quite a bit more expensive. So needless to say... i left with it lol.
 
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