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Nissan Frontier, Truck
#76 of 411 used sale price
May 14, 2005 (9:48 pm)
i'm from atlanta georgia. i've recantly been in a situation where i have to make a purchase for a 4dr nissan frontier crew cab immediately. the dealers in atlanta did not want to let up. it seemed some dealers were charging for these frontiers like they were toyota's! anyway, i had 6 pages worth of work of haggling and trying to get the base/cash price out of all of these guys, and the best i was able to come up with was a 2000 nissan frontier xe 2wdr for $10,900 (incl. taxes,etc.,) that was our walk-out price ($10,900)..so really he sold the car to me for a little over 10k with about 82k miles.. i wonder if i got a deal..the edmunds.com retail dealer price was 8,800 and i know i was overcharged at least about $1000..i know it's a business and these folk gotta make their money just like everybody else..i knew that if i went private i'd be able to get $1000 cheaper but there was no private's that were cheaper/wanting to come down seemed even the private parties wanted to be like these big dog salesman and beg for the high dollar too!.or the private parties are wanting to hold on to their frontiers! (They must be enjoying them) anyway, did a carfax, car had only one very minor accident where i had a rear and there was no damage done.. my husband is in love with the vehicle and i hope and pray i got a good deal (and a good car.) my mechanic said the car looked pretty good, in good shape. i definitely feel like if you can hold off and be patient, you can talk a dealer into $9000, just don't rush, don't act excited over the vehicle. it's YOUR cash and you can take it elsewhere if you want. they knew we wanted this car today, and we did, and we got it, even though they did get us $1000 more than they really should or could have. if you have the time, be patient and the right car will come when it's time. a clean carfax report is always good (no accidents, good mileage per year (less than 15k), etc., anyway, for a dealship, i think i got an okay deal..i don't think i was TOO ripped off, but i didn't rip them off of making money either.. in my opinion, we both benefited...but if you be patient and wait for a private that has taken good care of their vehicle, you could get a MUCH better deal, if you have the time..
#77 of 411 Re: used sale price [brnsmojo]
May 25, 2005 (3:32 pm)
Back then, I could've got a new 2wd ext cab XE 5sp for $12500 out the door. There was a time Nissan offer $2500 or $3000 discount on all Frontiers. I think you really have paid more than you should. But as long as you enjoy your vehicle, that's the most important.
May 26, 2005 (11:17 am)
i got a super black nismo kc 4x2 from a dealer in houston, tx (the only nismo in stock)
with bug shield and running boards.
for 21k out the door driving down the road
#79 of 411 Good price?
Jun 09, 2005 (5:34 pm)
What do you think would be a good price to pay for a 05 LE with leather and rockford? The MSRP is $27800 and the invoice is $25800.
#80 of 411 Re: Good price? [sohi]
Jun 09, 2005 (7:06 pm)
Dealer holdback on the LE is $493, so I would start negotiating at 25500 and work your way up from there. I would not go over invoice if I were you..in fact...try to negotiate toward the end of the month. Also, is it a late or early production model...there is a $100 difference between the two and keep in mind that the last day you can order an 05 is June 10th with the 06's coming to the lots around the end of Oct (I think).
#81 of 411 nissan frontier nismo
Jun 11, 2005 (4:49 pm)
first time post
what is a good price
05 4x4 nismo kg-cb auto
utility bed package
side airbag package
50s50 state emission
my cost $25,734
is this a good price
claims it is $300 over invoice
#82 of 411 New rebates available now on Frontier
Jul 03, 2005 (8:08 pm)
Nissan just started a $1000. rebate on 2005 Frontiers to help clear out inventory since the 2006's will be arriving soon.
Local dealers out here are matching it for $2000. off. Best suggestion is that I believe driving the absolute hardest bargain to obtain as close to invoice as possible and then using the factory rebate so you end up purchasing for under invoice.
Don't let the dealer B.S. you. You CAN get the truck for darn close to invoice. Usually invoice plus $300. and then you can subtract the factory rebate. Either they want to sell a truck, make a profit or you walk. They are in business to sell vehicles. They will come around to you. Time your buy on a rainy or snowy day.
#83 of 411 Price paid SE 6spd.
Jul 04, 2005 (9:13 am)
I just purchased an SE KC 6spd. Storm gray, Power pack, Alloys, Side airbags, Bed liner and caps, Microfilter, Bed extender and Floor mats. I paid $200 over invoice and received the $1000 rebate. Final price out the door was about $400 under MSRP. I love the truck and I can't find and defects or problems.
#84 of 411 Re: New rebates available now on Frontier [skytop1]
Jul 06, 2005 (8:35 pm)
Where is out here? It might be worth the trip for the extra grand for me.
Jul 07, 2005 (8:25 am)
I purchased the truck at Turner Nissan in Sacramento Ca.