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#327 of 452 Paid $14,000 OTD for new 08Sentra 2.0S, in detroit
Feb 03, 2009 (7:59 pm)
Just bought a 2008 Nissan Sentra 2.0s. Paid cash, OTD $14000 ( including tax title etc).
The Dealer is Tamaroff in Southfield, in the metro detroit area.
From my this and past experience, this particular dealer gives a very reasonable initial quotes, so there is not much haggling involved.
Tamaroff gave me an initial price quote of $15.3K. OTD
Another dealer, (Dick Scott) gave me an initial quote of $16.8K for a 2.0S. OTD
Suburban Nissan, gave me an initial quote of $15.5 for a 2.0base. OTD
Even for my previous purchase of the 2004 Sentra, tamaroff gave me the best quote of 12.7k OTD. Only at the time, a dealer near my home was able to match it, so I bought it from the other dealer.
Feb 03, 2009 (9:06 pm)
I'm going to be in the market next month. I know I can get a 08 2.0S CVT for $14900 +TTT. However, that was when the rebates were $2000, and I know they just cycled a $2500 rebate.
I'm hoping for $14000 for the car, or under $14900 with the ConvPkg +TTT. I'd rather try for 14K as I want to be about $15000 before my down payments. I'm here in the Tampa, FL area so if anyone as far north as Gainesville, South to Naples or East to Orlando area got a car, let me know!!! and what price.
#329 of 452 Re: Paid $14,000 OTD for new 08Sentra 2.0S, in detroit [sanjig1]
Feb 04, 2009 (11:21 am)
Forgot to mention, the 08Sentra 2.0s, came with the convenience pkg, i.e. ABS, bluetooth, leather wrapped steering, cruise, audio on steering wheel, etc.
All this for $14k OTD. Bought the car on 2/2/09.
Want to know if this was a good price, or are there people who get an even better deal?
Feb 04, 2009 (11:37 am)
out the door??? for 14k??? i need to go to Detroit!!!
Feb 05, 2009 (2:02 pm)
I know the rebates that are out there now are $2500 for an '08 and $2250 for an '09 which both expire on March 2nd.
Does anyone have some insider info as to what the next round of rebates will be???
I believe in Dec/Jan the rebates were $2000/$1750.. i'd like to get an 09 but might not be ready to purchase prior to March 3rd (have someone buying my car and my father will be so kind and give me $200/month to help out in March...
I'm thinking of just waiting and seeing what comes next..
#332 of 452 Re: Electric Power Steering [Niscar]
Feb 19, 2009 (1:39 am)
I've driven both vehicles, and the Nissan is by far the better vehicle if you care about the driving experience.... I trust Toyota implicitly to create a trouble-free ownership experience, but if you care the least bit about fun-to-drive or an engaging ownership experience, I'd go with the Nissan.
#333 of 452 2009 Sentra 2.0S Lease
Feb 19, 2009 (2:09 pm)
$500 total out of pocket (includes first month and all taxes and fees)
36 months. 12k miles
$259 per month
How would you rate this???
#334 of 452 Sentra 2.0S in Arizona
Mar 26, 2009 (4:01 pm)
I am trying to get a nissan sentra for my wife, and the dealers in AZ quote me a fully loaded model with over 18k, anyone purchased this model recently in AZ, and what deal u got, or how do u rate this?
#335 of 452 Re: Sentra 2.0S in Arizona [asuasu]
Mar 29, 2009 (10:20 am)
You should be able to purchase a 2009 Nissan Sentra 2.0S with MSRP of $18,595 for $15,345 + tax.