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Nissan Maxima, Sedan
#263 of 859 Re: Traction Control System [steevo]
May 11, 2005 (1:59 pm)
nissan will do that sometimes - a vehicle is already on the assembly line, and they decide to add something to the vehicle after some have already been built. nothing you can do about it now unfortunately! if it makes you feel any better, the price on a 2005 maxima with the TCS actually is a higher base price than the ones without...
so in essence you would still be paying for it...
#264 of 859 Re: Traction Control System [thenebean]
May 11, 2005 (2:07 pm)
Any experience with TCS on this car? Its FWD so I assume fairly good in the snow anyway. I also have a 2005 Pathfinder LE with VDC and it is definately worth it on an SUV.
BTW, I am pretty impressed with the car.
Mine is Majestic Blue with Frost leather, DPP,Sensory,Xenons,power moonroof,Factory XM. Car looks very sharp and rides great.
May 12, 2005 (11:43 am)
Basically, I want the 2005 Maxima SL, with driver preferred package, traction control and sunroof. I live in Eastern Pa. The MSRP is $32,150 and I have a price of $27,325 (after my $1250 back). I am not sure what the invoice is on this ?
Can someone tell me whether this is a good deal? and what the invoice price is?
#266 of 859 Re: Maxima [jmirav]
May 12, 2005 (11:47 am)
you are $750 below invoice on that car (though its weird, on my locator, there are no cars with an MSRP of $32150, but all of them are $32180...)
anyways, needless to say, you have a great deal going there!
#267 of 859 !!YOUR IMMEDIATE HELP IS REQUESTED!!
May 12, 2005 (2:42 pm)
I'm getting ready to sign a lease on a Nissan Maxima SL and I want to know if the numbers look right. I may not have all the info you need to be able to assess.
2005 Maxima SL with DPP. Sticker Price is $32,750.
$395.00 per month with $1999 down - this includes 1st month payment.
Your prompt feed back is requested. I haven't leased in a while and I can't tell if I'm leaving money on the table. I don't have a trade-in.
#268 of 859 Re: Maxima [thenebean]
May 14, 2005 (1:02 pm)
many dealers in Pa and new jersey have car for 32,150 msrp
#269 of 859 2005 Maxima vs 2006 Maxima
May 15, 2005 (9:55 am)
I am in a market for Nissan Maxima. Since it is almost summer, my dilemma is whether to purchase a 2005 Maxima SL now or wait a bit for the new 2006 Maxima to come out.
What are the pro's and con's of either choice? Would I get the newer (and potentially better) car with the same price (Maxima SL 05 MSRP $32,480 with VDC/SunRoof/DPP), if I were to wait a bit for the newer 06 model to come out?
Your opinions and insights on this matter are greatly appreciated.
#270 of 859 2005 Nissan Maxima se
May 15, 2005 (6:39 pm)
Just took delivery of 2005 Nissan maxima se midnight blue in lakewood colo paid 25,150 for it wat to now if its a good deal great car love it more then the 2004 Nissan Titan that i have parked in the garage. I"M driving the maxima and the wife is driving the Titan. Traded the 2001 Nissan maxima se fully loaded every option side airbags bose system we got 14200 for it. my wife and I love Nissan cars I"m 24 years old and my wife is 21 and we"ve always had Nissan cars any feed back thanks
May 16, 2005 (6:40 am)
Hi – was wondering what some recent lease deals some of you may have gotten. I’m in Northern Virgina (Wash, DC market). My first time leasing (usually buy and drive ‘em for 10-12 years).
Want to lease a 2005 Maxima SL with drivers preferred package, VDC, sunroof (also splash guards, XM – though don’t really need those – but it’s on the lot). Got a good initial offer from the dealer (I think) $26,895 – with the $1,250 rebate.
However, the lease price was $470/month. 0 down. 36 months and 15k. And I wasn’t happy with the person I talked to about it. Wouldn’t tell me “money factor” or what it would equate as APR. Wanted to get a price point. But also told him I wasn’t buying today and still had an Accord to compare. (Ruled out Camry. Liked Acura TL but didn’t meet needs.)
Internet lease price checked got me a $420/month quote.
I liked the Maxima a lot.
Then checked out Honda Accord EX and found Honda has a national lease deal at $249/month. 36 months and 12k. $1,500 down for that rate. (So I could go 0 down and get it for $300/month) Gen Sales Mgr was great at local dealer. Explained everything including 2.25% APR. No pressure. Offered to waive down payment. Initial offer from dealer of $23,058 for the EX.
What’s the deal? I’d select the Maxima over the Accord even with the higher Max sales price. But it’s not worth $7,920 more over 3 years to me (or apples to apples with 0 down $6,120).
Any deals on Maxima leases coming … or that you’ve got? I’d go with Maxima if I could get a better lease deal.
Thanks for your help!
#272 of 859 Re: [jonnyjazz]
May 16, 2005 (9:19 am)
what is the MSRP on the Maxima? That seems too good to be true.
who is the dealer? I will come to D.C. if I can save that much.