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#481 of 859 Need Pricing Advice - 07 Maxima SE w/Driver Preferred
Feb 27, 2007 (1:52 pm)
Have been shopping around Orange County (SoCal) this week. Below is my best quote --- I am thinking about jumping on it tommorow but would appreciate the thoughts of others:
2007 Nissan Maxima 3.5 SE in radiant silver with charcoal leather
-Driver Preferred Package
List Price $32,725, your net SALE PRICE $27,716 after my discount and the rebate.
This appears to more than $2,000 under the invoice of $29,748. Anyone seen anything better?? Thanks!!
#482 of 859 Re: Need Pricing Advice - 07 Maxima SE w/Driver Preferred [ck949]
Feb 27, 2007 (2:48 pm)
Yes, this is just what I paid for essentially the same car at the end of December...see post #478. I think it's a good deal.
#483 of 859 Re: Need Pricing Advice - 07 Maxima SE w/Driver Preferred [ck949]
Feb 27, 2007 (2:49 pm)
Er, make that posting #472.
#484 of 859 Re: Need Pricing Advice - 07 Maxima SE w/Driver Preferred [ck949]
Mar 07, 2007 (5:53 pm)
About 84% of sticker is about as low as you can expect on these units. There is a $1,500 rebate on them now which is why it appears you're paying under invoice.
#485 of 859 Maxima bought in Ct..
Apr 25, 2007 (8:12 am)
Just closed deal on 2007 Maxima SL with drv. pref. package, vdc, sunroof, mats and splash guards. MSRP 33,725, discount with rebate (1,500) was 28,420. With TTL and doc fee, out the door 30,695.14 no trade-in. Also dealer threw in free car detailing once a year for five years. Good deal?
Jun 04, 2007 (10:04 am)
I just got a new lease on a Nissan Maxima SE 3.5L 2007. I paid taxes and fees upfront, but no additional down payment I believe the MSRP was around 29,400 w/ sunroof and no special pacakges. 39 month lease 12k miles/year, paying 365/month. Residual value 16,500. I want to know if I got a good deal, this is my first time leasing a car! I have good credit also! Thanks!
#487 of 859 new car sales taxes ?
Jul 22, 2007 (5:34 pm)
I went to check 07 Maxima SE $ 28,995 MSRP with Rebate offered by a dealer. They are trying to charge 6% sale taxes from the initial price of the car (28, 995). I was under impression that I have to pay taxes only from final price which is $28,995 minus rebate.
How Does it work?
#488 of 859 Re: Thene - Please Help [thenebean]
Jul 24, 2007 (3:21 pm)
Minneapolis area; purchased Precision Gray Metallic '07 SL. Moonroof, mudflaps, floormats. Edmunds lists total invoice $29,401; list $32,143. Purchased at $26,985 plus TTL. OTD $29,142 including $370 license; 34.50 title; $1754 tax. Stopped by the Wayzata Nissan dealer to see what they had on the lot. Just what I wanted and sat down and inked the deal in maybe 15 minutes. I may have been able to work the price down a little bit but I'm in sales and really don't have the time to screw around. From what I can tell, a pretty fair deal.
#489 of 859 Re: new car sales taxes ? [sian75]
Jul 24, 2007 (3:29 pm)
Sorry; I just posted the comments about the new '07 SL. Sales tax is based on purchase price. My purchase price was $26,985 and sales tax is 6.5% in Minnesota. Sales tax on the purchase agreement I inked at the dealer is $1754.03. Also, the $26,985 is less the available rebate.
FYI - I found on the Internet that there might be an additional $500 available in rebate form. From what I can tell, it appears you need to use Nissan financing to qualify. I did not use Nissan financing and used the $2500 rebate number in my offer and the dealer was very close to $2500 below invoice ($2416) in the final purchase price.
#490 of 859 Re: Just got a Max [nissmax07]
Sep 12, 2007 (2:16 pm)
where are you based out of? i am looking to lease a Maxima too.. which dealer? can you send me the contact