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Nissan Armada, SUV
#214 of 347 Can You Really Pay Under Invoice??
Nov 15, 2007 (12:44 pm)
We would like to purchase a 2008 Nissan Armada SE with some of the optional packages such as the moonroof package, driver package and the premium package. We've been looking around and I priced one out with the MSRP of $41,675. However, I'm seeing that some of you paid $100 or $200 under invoice. Is this really true??? Right now, in SD they are offering 4500 off as a rebate. How much do you think I could get below invoice??
#215 of 347 Re: Can You Really Pay Under Invoice?? [bwfd1618]
Nov 15, 2007 (2:11 pm)
I'm going to offer 500 below invoice when I go out next month. With gas prices sure to rise most folks are looking for a vehicle with better MPG. I have an 04 in the driveway but have been driving my 97 Oldsmobile 3 days week to save $$$ / 22 mpg vs 13mpg. The Armada is still the best large SUV value out there if you can get over the MPG factor.
#216 of 347 Re: Can You Really Pay Under Invoice?? [pmtre]
Nov 16, 2007 (7:00 pm)
Wow! Hopefully we can get $500 or something close to that, under invoice. The MPG is something that we are debating. We are also thinking of the Chrysler Aspen. It's a little bit better on the MPG, but I think I like the overall package on the Armada. We are hoping to buy this week-end. I'll let you know the deal we get...well...hopefully it's a deal
#217 of 347 Re: Can You Really Pay Under Invoice?? [bwfd1618]
Nov 18, 2007 (5:09 am)
Be patient and be ready to walk out. With the additional $500.00 holiday bonus cash that's now available $500 under invoice is not out of the question. After all is said and done the dealer is still making money and you get a great deal.
Good Luck Shopping!
#218 of 347 how much for a demo?
Nov 19, 2007 (5:33 pm)
was thinking about a new pathfinder, BUT, the rear seats and 3rd row
are ridiculous. Instead, the dealer has a 2008 LE, LOADED, and I mean
loaded with all options as a dealer demo with 2100 miles on it. I know
there is $4500 cash incentive, as well as some dealer cash. But, how much
off for the truck being a demo? I am looking to lease for 36mos, 15K miles
and about 2K down. My Pathinder was appraised in the mid 13's, which I thought
was excellent considering Edmunds TMV on a trade. The dealer has offered
to take the truck out tomorrow and drive it around.
#219 of 347 i have real numbers
Nov 20, 2007 (12:00 pm)
ok, this is insane. selling price of hte truck 42.2K, 10k off sticker
they are giving me 15K for my 2003 LE
giving me BACK $1,000
0 due at lease signing
$574 per month for 39 months
2008 LE negotiated price of 42.2K, msrp of 52K
residual of 51%
money factor of .00014, or about 3%
do I take it?
Nov 20, 2007 (4:35 pm)
this board is so helpful.
#221 of 347 Re: i have real numbers [scottinky]
Nov 20, 2007 (7:33 pm)
That sounds like a very good deal to me. how many miles per year are you allowed? if its 15k i would jump on that deal a lease under 600 for a 52k is a good deal...
#222 of 347 15k per year it is.
Nov 20, 2007 (8:10 pm)
it is for 15K per year.
#223 of 347 Re: i have real numbers [scottinky]
Nov 21, 2007 (5:10 pm)
I hope your drivin it!
Good job, makes me want to go get one, but my accountant says wait till 01/08.
money factor .0014 = 3.36%
How did you handle Taxes, Title, and registration fees? Were they rolled into the lease or paid out of pocket?