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Nissan Quest, Mercury Villager, Van
#553 of 719 Re: My New 2007 Nissan Quest SE [brookwood1]
Dec 23, 2007 (7:56 pm)
Price sounds good. You may want to check what rebates are available. Based on the price you got from the dealer, there must be.
The 400 miles on the van shouldn't be too much of an issue. The problem you run into now is the dealer will give you a great price but normally only for car already on the lot. They have their end of year numbers to worry about.
#554 of 719 Re: My New 2007 Nissan Quest SE [dhishi]
Mar 01, 2008 (5:40 pm)
that's a great price, where are you located?
i'm in socal and the best i got so far is $24xxx for a 2008 3.5S with driver's package. no leather, no skyview...
not so many write ups about purchases here. 100s for odyssey/sienna.
no one like the quest? prob cuz the 2009 is coming out in a new body style this fall.
#555 of 719 is nissan cumming out with a 2008 quest this year no dealer seams to have o
Mar 15, 2008 (5:12 pm)
no dealer seames to have a 2008 Nissan Quest in stock can sumone pleas let me no. Or is nissan just cumming out with a new 2009 Quest thanks so mutch vmarco.
#556 of 719 Re: is nissan cumming out with a 2008 quest this year no dealer seams to have o [marcogallo1986]
Mar 23, 2008 (1:50 pm)
I have seen lots of 2008's. They are giving $3,500 rebate. I was looking at an 08 SL dual DVD, Seat package, cloth, floor,mats, and splash gaurds for $28,000 - This was when they were giving $2,000 back
#557 of 719 For Sale By Owner ONLY OPTION
Mar 27, 2008 (3:00 pm)
I have a 2004 Nissan Quest SL for sale by owner, cloth interior, floor mats, DVD system, rear sensors, automatic sliding doors, 59000 miles, white exterior, beige interior. Any reason dealers trade in value is ridiculous??? Nothing wrong with the van....NOTHING but Nissan dealers are 2-3K under trade in value price on KBB.com. Has anyone else experienced this? Do you just roll the negative equity into your new one????
#558 of 719 Re: For Sale By Owner ONLY OPTION [js76]
Mar 29, 2008 (7:20 pm)
KBB, NADA, Edmunds, etc are just guides and in this market are not very accurate. When trading in a car, the dealer will only give you what they feel they can get at auction. It is not just Nissan but all dealerships. Take a look at this forum on Edmunds
#559 of 719 Re: For Sale By Owner ONLY OPTION [js76]
Apr 06, 2008 (9:27 pm)
I'm in the maket right now for a used van. I'm located in SoCal. How about yourself?
#560 of 719 Advice needed on purchasing a demo
Apr 29, 2008 (2:46 pm)
I am trying to help my sister research & purchase a new Minivan.
How much would you take in to consideration for a "never titled" demo depreciation?
The Nissan dealer had a 2007 Quest SE demo on the lot w/ 4k miles on it. The only other options added were the Nav & entertainment systems. Edmunds TMV for this vehicle used is 30k. The dealer wanted to sell it for 35k.
Is "never titled" worth 5k?
I am not sure what the total value added should be. Any help on how to research this would be helpful. Thanks!
#561 of 719 Re: Advice needed on purchasing a demo [zgrrrl]
Apr 29, 2008 (4:48 pm)
here is my 2 cents...we own 07 SE with DVD entertainment, no NAV..nice van, but gas mileage sucks
In this economy, the demo is used in my mind...and no title is not worth $5K....you need to find out out what a low mile 2007 Quest SE goes at auction, then you know the bottom price..I would offer $30K and see what they say....
#562 of 719 Re: Advice needed on purchasing a demo [nhonickman]
Apr 30, 2008 (8:18 am)
Thanks for the response, nhonickman. Yeah, I think we've decided that unless we can get the actual USED bb value for the '07 then a new '08 w/ rebate is the way to go.
However, what kind of gas mileage are you getting? What was the expectation?