Bought a '12 M37 in December, Moonlight White with Wheat interior, 25k miles, local one-owner vehicle, absolutely pristine. Paid $16k (including TT&T) plus a '12 Camry (got just about what I paid for it in trade), so I did well. Literally purchased it off the service rack at a Lexus dealership (couldn't drive it until the following evening) ... the Infiniti store didn't have one, and still has yet to take one in five months later. I waited 10 years between Infinitis ... here's my review from Cars.com ...
They Had Me At I-30
Ever since my '96 I-30 left in '03 with my former wife (overall a small price to pay ... but I really missed the car), I had my eyes on another Infiniti. Unfortunately, my checkbook had other ideas ... but I finally arrived. I located a gorgeous '12 M37 with 25K miles at a (excuse the expression) Lexus dealership. If I was going to spend that kind of money, I insisted on driving everything out there ... and I pretty much did. Lexus GS, Acura RL, Mercedes E and BMW 528 didn't measure up for various reasons. The Audi A6 came close (and at quite a premium), but as soon as I fired up the Infiniti, I knew I'd be driving it off the lot. The combination of luxury, quality workmanship, performance, technology, comfort, and particularly value, is exactly what I expected in a high-end vehicle ... and for what I paid, it was money well-spent. The best I could do for a similar price was a 2010 Mercedes E350, 2011 Lexus ES350, 2011Acura RL and 2011 BMW 528i. So I've come full circle ... and enjoying every minute of it.
At age 72, this is likely my final vehicle ... definitely worth the wait. It's a remarkable automobile. I recently saw a '13 (identical right down to the colors) at the Infiniti dealership ... for almost $10k more, and it had higher mileage! It went in a day, and four people were looking at it. I think folks know that we've got something special here.