I think it depends. An older model P10 can be found for very little money, even the later model P10's are now under 10K. (too bad it wasn't like that when I bought mine).:-\ThunderG said:
True. I paid $8k for my 95 G. 90k miles, leather, sunroof, auto, cd player. The sad thing about Inifinitis is that they are just as good, if not better, than Lexus or Acura but they depreciation far more for some mysterious reason. :*( Hopefully things will change, but I personally would never buy a brand new Infiniti because of that reason. Wait a couple of years and see how much the new Q45 and G35 drop in value. :-\JustinP10 said:
I think it depends. An older model P10 can be found for very little money, even the later model P10's are now under 10K. (too bad it wasn't like that when I bought mine).:-\
Hell no I pay for my shit... =) I have to pay per month for the car..ThunderG said:
Yeah, that's true. For some reason it can't be a luxury car if it's japanese. Lexus is the only thing that comes close but people over here are too snobbish. What I don't get it how beemers are still considered exclusive. I see more BMWs than I see primeras. Except the other day. 4 P11s and a P10 in the same petrol station at the same time. Weird. (Mine was the only GT though hehe)CosmicG20T said:BTW - The Primera in England is considered quite an 'affordable' car, you can pick up the 96-99 (P11 shape) used for about 4,000 pounds - I don't believe it is considered as luxury as the Inifiniti G20t is here in N.America.
FF Drifter said:Yeah, I bought my P10 cheap. $2200 for an auto G20 with 114K on its motor. After runnin' out its rods after a month, a $2000 swap *40K miles on used motor* brings up the total to $4200. Still cheap.
Luxery car? luxury car? what? what does it matter who bought it? a g20 is not a very expensive car. there are minivans that cost more. if this were a ferrari or porsche forum i could see your point, but what does it matter if someone who is less than 22 had help in purchasing their sub $25k car?ThunderG said: