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#541 of 730 2006 Nissan Quest pricing
Aug 14, 2006 (8:21 am)
I have a price offer from Southern States Nissan in Raleigh, NC. There are 2 other Nissan dealers in the immeidate area (and several within an hour)who I have not yet checked. Here is the price quote:
Base Price: $30769/ $33650
Destination: 650/ 650
19" Run Flat Tire
Splash Guards: 113
Seat Upgrade: 690
Dual DVD screen: 1648
Cargo Cover: 44
Nav System: 1561
Final: $36287/ $39925
Dealer pirce: $36637
Minus Rebate $33637
This is $6288 under MSRP. I have read that $8-10k under MSRP is what you can expect. I have no need for the Nav System, which I cannot avoid with this package. Without the Nav system, I am paying $32066, which is $7849 under MSRP. I would probably be comfortable if they accepted the offer of 32066, but it still seems to be more than what others say they are paying. If we dropped it to wholesale, I would net the $350 above invoice and would be 8199 under MSRP at $31716. How does this price compare with others' experiences?
#542 of 730 Re: 2006 Nissan Quest pricing [stuartlong]
Aug 14, 2006 (8:30 am)
Also make sure you want the Run Flat Tires as well. they are pretty expensive to replace. You can check Tire Rack to get a sense of what they cost.
The $31,716 gets you in the $8k-$10k range. Start negotiating at $31,5k and see what happens. If you are sold on the Quest, you should get quotes from th other dealerships in your town. You should casually mention that you have visted the other dealerships as well.
#543 of 730 My New 2007 Nissan Quest SE
Mar 12, 2007 (10:02 pm)
Just got my new '07 Quest SE. Below are the options and OTD price.
Color: Nordic White Pearl
DVD DUAL SCREEN
S/R WIND DEFLECTR
OTD price: $35,200
I thought it was a good price but wanted to know if anyone has gotten a better deal.
#544 of 730 Re: My New 2007 Nissan Quest SE [justin714]
Mar 13, 2007 (5:32 am)
Start at post 497 or so, that's when the first 07 purchases are discussed. I think you are around $1,500 more than the best deals obtained
#545 of 730 Re: My New 2007 Nissan Quest SE [dslunceford]
Mar 13, 2007 (7:01 am)
Thanks dslunceford. I'd tried negotiating $14,500.00 OTD but they wouldn't budge 'til I got to $15,200.00. There was only one Nordic White available in California so that may have been one of the factors.
#546 of 730 Re: My New 2007 Nissan Quest SE [justin714]
May 29, 2007 (3:39 pm)
$15200 for 07??!! Sign me up, please
#547 of 730 Re: My New 2007 Nissan Quest SE [f1236089]
May 30, 2007 (9:37 am)
I believe the number "$15200" is a typo. Look up a few earlier posts you'll see that's actually $35200. Sorry to have your heartbeat going up for nothing!
#548 of 730 Options delimma
Aug 18, 2007 (9:21 am)
It appears Nissan has configured the Quest SL & SE options packages in such a way that it is almost impossible to get popular options without also having to buy the DVD/Navigation system and, therefore, run flat tires at the same time. Got this from Build a Quest and "Specs & Options" on Nissan's website. For example, if you want leather seats you also have to order the DVD system. If you want the towing package, you have to get the DVD system. And with the DVD/Navigation system comes run flat tires, something we definitely do not want (determined from "specs & options" page). Any word if this packaging will be changing for 2008 models?
Sep 28, 2007 (4:56 am)
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#550 of 730 Re: My New 2007 Nissan Quest SE [justin714]
Oct 07, 2007 (8:17 pm)
I can get the 07 Quest SL with the same options but for the DVD Dual Screen for $22,000 OTD.