Autotrader Find of the Day: $3m FX35

Frank Williams
by Frank Williams

Did you just win the lottery? Has Ed McMahon been knocking at your door? Wondering what to do with your newfound wealth? Autotrader has just the thing: a wide selection of vehicles priced at over $1m. Want some examples? Scope out these deals:

2006 Infiniti Fx35 AWD – $3,058,100

2006 GMC Yukon XL Denali AWD – $2,966,995

2005 Nissan Altima – $1,497,014

1993 Honda Civic DX Coupe – $1,250,000

1995 Saab 9000 CS Turbo – $1,111,111

These bargains and many more like them are just a mouse click away!

(Sales Tax, Title, License Fee, Registration Fee, Dealer Documentary Fee, Finance Charges, Emission Testing Fees and Compliance Fees are additional to the advertised price)

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  • SupaMan SupaMan on Apr 16, 2008

    Either these things have hidden turbofan engines, or the chassis was made entirely of titanium with the interiors dripping of platinum. Jeez...

  • Romanjetfighter Romanjetfighter on Apr 16, 2008

    I think Autotrader's default settings make it list highest priced cars first when you search for a car, unless you specify otherwise. Maybe that's the reason? Ebay Motors > Autotrader any day! The other day, there was a 2006 Infiniti M35 Sport with low miles that had only a 12k bid (no reserve) on it with 2 minutes left.

  • Frank Williams Frank Williams on Apr 16, 2008
    romanjetfighter I think Autotrader’s default settings make it list highest priced cars first when you search for a car, unless you specify otherwise. Yes, but you can re-sort from low to high if you want once you get the results. I found these with a search for cars from $1-5m I did just to see what I'd get. These were just a few of them. You'd think the posters would proofread before they posted them, but I also found Towncars and others listed for $999,999 (for those of you who are bargain shopping). By the way, there were a two legit listings in the over one million dollar range - both of them Enzos. There's also a Ford GT listed in the million dollar neighborhood.
  • JJ JJ on Apr 17, 2008

    I sometimes look at to look what is on sale across the eastern border in the land of the Germans (since the Netherlands is a tiny country with high tax rates the supply of interesting used cars is a whole lot smaller, and therefore price levels are higher) and you find this sort of thing quite often. If you'd like to import some Alpina BMWs or other exotic cars from Europe/Germany it might even be worth a look, eventhough the dollar is quite low and the costs are going to be high... Also, why do people use ALL CAPS in these advertisements. Every time I see that I immediately in the discription I dismiss it.