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Nissan Altima, Sedan
#800 of 3455 Re: Incentives On 2007 Altimas?? [tictac3]
Jan 09, 2007 (6:25 pm)
tictac3. What is the MSRP? What is the residue value on the lease for the 3.5 as a % of the final purchasing price?
I figure any dealer can slash out easily on a higher spec or 3.5 $2000 and go from their. With inflated MSRP which is priced in comparison to competitive product's MSRP, and it is perceived/theoretical list price and it can be any big spread from Nissan's real cost (depending on how good a job the designers do in cost cutting designs, etc.) or the real net of any 'volume discount' to the dealer. Then you have the few hundred dollars of prep which is more like $100 dollars in variable cost. I am not surprised that the dealer can shave off another 1500 or so unwillingly but no blood yet. If you wait for months & after the 06 are all cleared out, the Nissan incentive will eventually come along and to shave off the 1500 will be easier?
#801 of 3455 Re: 2007 Nissan Altima 2.5S with SL Package and more [vkoppu]
Jan 09, 2007 (11:07 pm)
2.5 SL Pebble beach with floor mat $23.5 + TTL in Seattle area.
#802 of 3455 Re: Is the 07 Altima 3.5 SE options/spec correct? [lili1]
Jan 10, 2007 (8:11 am)
No I do know for a fact how these cars are packaged. What besides VDC are you looking for, they you have to have. Maybe I can help you with this delimma.
#803 of 3455 Re: Incentives On 2007 Altimas?? [lili1]
Jan 10, 2007 (8:15 am)
Most non luxury cars, don't have a $2000 mark-up unless you go to a huge truck or SUV.
#804 of 3455 Re: Incentives On 2007 Altimas?? [lili1]
Jan 10, 2007 (12:57 pm)
3.5SE w/ cvt, sport pkg, flaps, mats and emergency kit. List at $25.3. Dealer disc of $1200 and "factory lease-cash" of $1200. 36-month lease; 15K miles per; 61% residual. $399/mo with $1000 due at inception
#805 of 3455 Re: Incentives On 2007 Altimas?? [tictac3]
Jan 10, 2007 (1:17 pm)
You can believe what you want to believe, I just talk to a Nissan Manager and there are no factory incentives. Dealers are doing what they want not nissan!
#806 of 3455 2007 3.5 SE Lease, base model - good deal?
Jan 10, 2007 (7:11 pm)
Good evening! I have been quoted a lease price of $325 f/39 mos on a 2007 3.5 SE (automatic) base model, no extras. That quote is including a $3000 down payment. Is this a good deal? They originally quoted me $389. After reading some posts, it just seems like a lot of people are getting payments just a little higher with much less down.... I am new to both buying/leasing - please help! S. Dozier
#807 of 3455 Re: 2007 3.5 SE Lease, base model - good deal? [sdozier82]
Jan 10, 2007 (9:26 pm)
how many places have you called or went to? i had one dealer telling me 360 on the base with first month and plates down.
#808 of 3455 Re: 2007 3.5 SE Lease, base model - good deal? [jrub]
Jan 10, 2007 (9:35 pm)
I've been to one today... and I'm contacting several in the morning to see if I can get some competition going...
#809 of 3455 Re: 2007 3.5 SE Lease, base model - good deal? [sdozier82]
Jan 11, 2007 (10:13 am)
Way too high! I was quoted last night $402/mo for an SE 3.5 w/ cvt, sport pkg, mats, flaps and emergency kit. The lease is for 36 months and 15k miles per year. Quote includes PA 9% tax. NO MONEY UP FRONT!! Same lease for 48 months is $353/mo. I live in suburban Philly area.