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Nissan Altima, Sedan
#883 of 3459 Re: Nisaan Altima 2.5SL [vfx]
Feb 25, 2007 (9:26 pm)
Yes, it was a 2007 but, it depends a lot on the dealer too. the place I bought mine at (cowles nissan in VA) already had the cars about 1000 below MSRP, and I was able to get them to go a little lower still. I think the one i bought had an MSRP of about 22500, marked down to 19650. with the gap insurance and another charge (freight, i think) it came up to 20800. taxes, tittle, tags, processing fee, warranty, ect, pushed it up to about 23400. 2000 down had me financing 21400. granted, didn't have all the options, but did have the cvt, floormats, splash guards, and all the other standard features of the 2.5 S. However, there were only 3 at the dealership at that price. everything else in the 2.5 was 21k-24k. You just have to shop around and be patient. they get new cars in all the time. I'd use the internet to compare prices and let them compete with each other. I started my purchasing with an e-mail to the sales dept of 3 dealerships. In fact, the only thing i did at the dealership was test drive, and fill out paperwork. also, consider buying out of the area. The farther you live from the dealership, the better the deal you'll get.
#884 of 3459 Re: Nisaan Altima 2.5SL [vfx]
Feb 25, 2007 (10:29 pm)
I just bought Altima 2.5SL yesterday at a dealership in Dallas area. Here's what I got: SL package, ABS, splash-guard, and floor mats. With VPP pricing and grad discount (you get $500 cashback if you're recent grad), the total is about 22,400 (not including TTL). I think it's fairly good deal, because I got quotes from a few other dealership and they're all at least $1500 higher than this.
#885 of 3459 Nissan Altima 2006 Special Edition
Feb 28, 2007 (4:05 pm)
I just bought a Nissan Altima 2006 Special Edition because the price is much cheaper than 2007 although the latter is much better when I test-drove. For 2006 SE, I paid $16700+TTL. The invoice was $20043. But because there is not many cars to choose, I don't have ABS and color choices are limited. How do you guys think?
BTW, I am in Los Angels area, California.
#886 of 3459 Re: Nissan Altima 2007
Mar 03, 2007 (10:55 pm)
FYI-sorry I'm responding to the prev. message...
I just bought a 2007 Altima 2.4L w/Technology Package, sunroof, leather, ABS...... for invoice price here in Waukesha, WI. The dealer was OFFERING this price after we sat down and BS'ed for a while. I had given him a hard time about pricing before sitting down but this was his offer off the bat. I'm assuming I could have gotten $500-$750 less than invoice if I pushed but I guess I was a little shocked he came out with and initial offwe of the invoice price! (plus it was a business car) Edmunds.com says TMV was about the MSRP sticker price. Apparently not! Glad to get it much less. That's the second time I've had the dealer offer the car MUCH less than the TMV price on Edmunds. Not sure what's up with that. Beginning to lose faith in Edmunds.
#887 of 3459 Nissan Altima 2.5SL
Mar 04, 2007 (2:48 pm)
I'm a newbee to this forum and to Nissan. Have been looking at Nissans for quite a while. My wife and I had a '99 Grand Am. Bought new and for the most part a good car. But 8 years was long enough and the tranny was acting up. So...to make a long story short, bought a new '07 Altima 2.5SL. Love the car!!! For the money,I don't think you can get a better car. So much improved over the previous generations. I paid $25500 plus tax and misc. The car stickered for $26400. With my trade-in and everything else (paper work, etc), I financed $24900 with a $420 per month payment.Not bad for a small town dealer in southern Michigan. Car is Dark Slate with the Charcoal leather. Looks and drives like an Infinity for half the price.
#888 of 3459 Re: Nissan Altima 2.5SL [railmaneri]
Mar 04, 2007 (4:16 pm)
That's pretty funny....I also am trading in a Grand Am (2000). It was not a good car for me though. The tranny was acting up like yours. 160k miles. I also picked a 2.5L S Dark Slate with Charcoal leather! Hope I like it as much as you
#889 of 3459 Re: Nissan Altima 2.5SL [railmaneri]
Mar 04, 2007 (4:39 pm)
the best part about a nissan is, the damn things run forever. I've had three now. a sentra, a 200sx and now my altima. the sentra went 230,000 miles with all original parts save some belts, hoses and a battery or two. Only got rid of it because it was 12yrs old and starting to nickle and dime me to death. I still have the 200sx (98). it has 145,000 miles on it, and the only thing i've ever had done to it is replace a battery, a belt, and the front brakes. the rear brakes are still origninal. none of the three nissans i've owned has ever broke down on me, or not started when I got in. Nobody builds 'em better.
#890 of 3459 Re: 3.5 SE CVT Premium Package [fmatteson]
Mar 05, 2007 (6:26 pm)
It should also come with VDC. Just bought the same package and that's a great price.
#891 of 3459 Re: 2007Altima 2.5 S Conv. Pkg + ABS [mastersaigon]
Mar 06, 2007 (11:50 am)
I just signed with my local dealership for my 2007 Nissan Altima 2.5 S with CVT. Super black with charcoal interior, convenience package, ABS, and floor mats. The price I got was $21,000 so the OTD including tax was $22,534.00.
I checked around neighboring states and got the dealerships into a bidding competition with one another. The lowest I was offered was $20,799 + tax in Olathe, KS. But figuring in the time and costs to travel there to get the car versus buying it local, the savings were not very significant. I suggest checking around as many places as you can. Let them work for you and see what prices you get.
Can't wait pick up my 2007 Altima on Thursday!
#892 of 3459 Re: Nisaan Altima 2.5SL [vfx]
Mar 06, 2007 (7:59 pm)
I live in the pittsburgh area and I have been to a couple of Nissan dealers looking for a dark slate, charcoal leather 07 altima 2.5SL with abs, splash guard, aluminum kick plate, and connection package(bose satellite radio and bluetooth). The don't want to go below $24000. I think $23500 is probably the best I can get in the pgh area. I will be going to another dealer friday and I going to ask for 23000 and bargin up to 23500. Any ideas if this is a good idea?? thanks