No, that is only if you work for Nissan or Infiniti. Regular VPP is just invoice. My MSRP was $53,655 and my VPP price was around $49,750.I thought it was invoice - $1250.
CorrectNo, that is only if you work for Nissan or Infiniti. Regular VPP is just invoice. My MSRP was $53,655 and my VPP price was around $49,750.
Invoice minus incentives if availableSome cars (on all plans) have additional "Bonus Cash". The Q50 does not... at least for now. Many other Infiniti models do, bringing the cost under invoice. A plan members (direct employees and direct family members) get an additional discount.
Jason,Invoice minus incentives if available
He's been asked this before and his answer is the same as anyone else's "I have no idea. Your guess is as good as mine"!Jason,
And there are no current incentives available on the Q50 right? Any idea if that is something that might change in the next few months (I realize the model is brand-spanking new and doesn't need that right now), or do you think it will take up to a year for any incentive program to be implemented? Not sure how long you've been doing the Infiniti thing or if you seen other models introduced and what the general time period from release to the manufacturer needing to create incentive programs to assist sales?
Do you know how much extra the military discount was a part of your VPP price? It seems like it might be the full $1250 office invoice (or there abouts).I did the vpp military Msrp 55600 vpp 49750
That's an affirmative. $1k of lease loyalty.The only incentive right now is money toward a lease if you already own an Infiniti vehicle - I think - I'm not even sure of that since I'm not in the office.
What is "ICAP"? Or am I missing something obvious??VPP buying price for Q50H Sport AWD, Malbec Black, Graphite Interior, Nav, Dlx Tech, Spoiler & Black Grill, Illuminated Kick Plates, Infiniti Welcome, Interior Ambient lights and cargo package is Invoice plus ICAP.
ICAP=$300What is "ICAP"? Or am I missing something obvious??