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Nissan Murano, SUV
Did you get a good deal on your Murano?
Share your experience here!
#2751 of 2921 Re: 2010 Nissan Murano 2WD Pricing - need inputs [luxor2]
Mar 22, 2010 (11:06 pm)
An OTD price includes TTL so its better if you post a price before TTL for comparison purposes. As a reminder, you can go to the Nissan Website and look up inventory at each dealer in the country. So you can see who has what before you go somewhere to look. I think that that is pretty cool really. I bought your same car for 29.5 minus the technology package but with a few other items. But taxes could easily be WAY higher in California for all I know. You might want to by in another state like nevada or arizona or something and try and save a little dough.
#2752 of 2921 2010 Murano LE AWD without Nav pacakge pricing- Need inputs
Mar 24, 2010 (12:12 pm)
Color: Merlot/ Interior: Beige
Offer Price:34,756 after 500$ rebate without TTL
Options: splash guards and rear bumper protector.
Just wanted to know whether that's good price or not. Truecar price says anything below 35,300 is good price.
#2753 of 2921 Re: 2010 Nissan Murano 2WD Pricing - need inputs [whitestar16]
Mar 24, 2010 (12:11 pm)
whitestar16 - Thanks for the reply
This is the latest quote that i got for
2010 Murano 2WD
Dealer Price : 32239
Tax in CA : 3102.82
Doc : 55
Tire : 8.75
Total OTD : 35877.57
Is that a good deal ?
#2754 of 2921 Re: 2010 Nissan Murano 2WD Pricing - need inputs [luxor2]
Mar 24, 2010 (1:41 pm)
I don't think I am a good person for making deals on cars to be honest, so I really hesitate to give any advice on this. That being said, if it was me, I might really be uncomfortable spending more than $30,000 for the before TTL price, and offer $30,100 in good faith.
#2755 of 2921 Re: Good deal on a used 09 LE [fleadog]
Mar 25, 2010 (6:35 am)
If I were you I wouldn't buy a Murano for my wife since it is such an unreliable vehicle. We were left stranded a number of times with ours and eventually got rid of it after seriously expensive repairs and a couple of close calls; like the car stalling or sluggishly creeping through busy Atlanta intersections.
Nissan is having some serious accelerator problems that are yet to be exposed.
#2756 of 2921 Re: Good deal on a used 09 LE [mikesmurano]
Mar 26, 2010 (12:30 pm)
I think we all get the point that you were unhappy with your intro year Murano of 2003. Honestly, I understand why you would be upset.
Can you keep your satisfaction issues out of the Prices paid section? Your experiences of buying a Murano in 2003 have no relevance to what people are paying now.
I'm just trying to keep this forum on topic. No disrespect towards you.
#2759 of 2921 Re: Good deal on a used 09 LE [riderman357]
Mar 27, 2010 (7:40 am)
Riderman -- you might do pretty well trading in your 09. Depending on when you bought it, the msrp's have risen thousands -- my 09 sl awd was msrp'd at 34k. The same 09 8 months later was 36500k. Plus I only paid 29k. Big discount when I bought in the dark days of sales. The 2010's are up as well -- so even if they give you close to what you paid[used muranos are hot] look closely at the inflated price of the 2010 to see if the deal makes sense. Good luck and keep us posted.
#2760 of 2921 Re: Good deal on a used 09 LE [riderman357]
Mar 27, 2010 (10:35 am)
Do you mind me asking why you are trading in an 09 for a 10 model? As an owner of 09 I am curious