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Nissan Murano, SUV
Did you get a good deal on your Murano?
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#1878 of 2921 Re: 07 New Murano SL AWD [dsmchenry]
Jul 29, 2008 (2:56 am)
Hey I think it is time you look for a nother Nissan dealer in Florida. IS there anymor dealers not to far away from whair you live. this dealer is dooing what dealers do best games. they shorlly could go down on price alot on that 2007 maby $25000 but since they wont go lower then 30000 and they are saying no rebates on the 2009 Maranno. Think you should look at a nother dealer. or also look at used 2007's or a 2006. keep us updated have averry good day everyone thanks for reading my posting.
#1879 of 2921 In Market for 09 Murano SL
Jul 30, 2008 (4:18 pm)
I am currently looking at a 2009 Murano SL with Sun roof, Tech, leather, premuim package, floor mats and splash guards. Retail price is $34730.00 salesman quoted me a selling price of $32122. I have a friend that works for Nassin and can get me employee pricing. Can you tell me what the murano should sell for with this discount.
#1880 of 2921 Re: In Market for 09 Murano SL [hudginsk]
Jul 30, 2008 (5:26 pm)
I bought the save exact 2009 Murano Sl and the sticker was $34,730.00.
I got it for Dealer cost #31,688 minue $1,000 = $30,688.00. He is about $500 too high. Remember that Nissan Murano's sales went down the tubes due to the Gas prices increase.
Remember the above price is before all the dealer add on and sales tax.
#1881 of 2921 Re: In Market for 09 Murano SL [jduerbusch]
Jul 31, 2008 (11:51 am)
Where are you guys located and what dealer? Quotes I'm getting on an 09 Murano SL with tech, leather, premium, and moonroof are coming in over $36K for MSRP, so they are telling me invoice is a little over $33K. The quotes I'm getting for the SL that are around the $34K price don't have the tech package...which is a big selling feature for me. I like the push start and the one touch hatch up/down, etc.
I'm located in PA but wonder if it'd be better to go with a dealer out of state to get a better price
Did anyone else hear that prices should get better in September?
#1882 of 2921 Re: In Market for 09 Murano SL [pgreene1026]
Jul 31, 2008 (12:11 pm)
Well you are on the Edmunds website, you should be able to see what is running up the price, 36K vs 34K. You should also be able to see the dealer price for your package. Then $1000 less is what you should pay. Really, anything $500 below dealer invoice is a good deal.
Nissan was in the news today saying it was making some adjustments in the truck and SUV line do to low sales. Lot of Muranos sitting on the lot now, not like the 1st of the year. Your in the driver seat. The end-of-year sales are just beginning, not that the 2009 Murano is endofyear but I believe they will be on sale too.
#1883 of 2921 Re: In Market for 09 Murano SL [pgreene1026]
Jul 31, 2008 (2:03 pm)
I live in the Baton Rouge/New Orleans market. If you would like to check out the dealer inventories, use zip code 70454 and search 100 mile area.
#1884 of 2921 Re: In Market for 09 Murano SL [hudginsk]
Aug 01, 2008 (4:57 pm)
Here is the quote that I just got...Rosen Nissan in Gurnee, IL
Your Quote includes the destination charge from the manufacturer.
2009 MURANO SL AWD SUV CVT
BASE $27,159 $29,480
FLO $90 $120
3 PIECE FLOOR MAT
LTH $1,388 $1,600
MRF $1,015 $1,170
NAV $1,605 $1,850
PRM $867 $1,000
SGD $100 $125
TEC $1,648 $1,900
50S $0 $0
50 STATE EMISSION
Freight Charge $745 $745
Total $34,617 $37,990
Rosen Discount: $1565 below Invoice
Sell Price: $33052
Nissan is offering a $500 cash rebate
Total Sell Price w/ Rebate: $32,552
#1885 of 2921 how do you do it?
Aug 01, 2008 (6:00 pm)
I am trying to buy an 09 murano SL - leather, premium, tech, nav. People here are talking about $1,000 under invoice!!! A dealer just offered me $34,652....sticker is $36,685 and invoice is $33,487. Should I offer him $1,000 under invoice? I am in NC. I'm also female...is this making a difference?
#1886 of 2921 Re: how do you do it? [stepfish]
Aug 01, 2008 (6:44 pm)
I have yet to step in a dealership....I did everything over the internet. If you look on the Carmax website and find one of their dealerships that sell Nissan's, you will find that they have them for sale at about $1000.00 below invoice.....Print one out and use it to get at least that much off from your dealership. July auto sales where the worst in the last 15 years and SUV's are not flying off the lots like they were a few years ago. If they won't deal, go somewhere else....Good luck
Aug 02, 2008 (8:01 am)
Shop at dobbsnissan.com and you will find a great deal there. They have internet pricing online without having to call them or e-mail them. I just bought a vehicle from them. They are great to deal with