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Nissan Sentra, Sedan
#427 of 441 2012 Sentra 2.0 SR (no packages)
Dec 10, 2012 (5:57 am)
Paid $17,500 OTD in PA. I was able to get $750 below invoice plus $1,000 in rebate and an additional $500 in rebate if I financed through Nissan.
#428 of 441 2012 Sentra SL - Best price out the door
Jan 06, 2013 (12:53 pm)
Hi I am in CT looking for a new Sentra SL 2012
Sticker I believe is 22710
Special Value Package ($990)
Power Sliding Glass Moonroof w/Tilt Feature
Dual Illuminated Visor Vanity Mirrors
Cargo Net & Hooks
Navigation System w/5" Color Touch-Screen Display
Leather Package ($900)
Heated Front Seats
Looking for best price out the door - CT tax is 6.35%
currently 20,400 but thinking it s/b better as the 2013 's are here and there are some 2012's still around.
this includes 120k Mile warranty
#429 of 441 2012 Sentra S Automatic
Jan 11, 2013 (1:45 pm)
I'm in the process of getting quotes on this car in the NY tri-state area. Just started this afternoon, but so far (just 5 quotes with many more to go), I'm at slightly under invoice before the $500 Nissan financing incentive.
I do not mind looking much further away. The last car I bought came from MD to NY. I only had to pay $250 and saved thousands compared to local dealers.
Anyone know of aggressive dealers for these cars?
#430 of 441 Re: 2012 Sentra SL [tnathan]
Feb 11, 2013 (8:29 pm)
Sounds like you got a pretty good deal, to get leather for $18K is pretty impressive.
If you are willing to dig, there are some great deals out there. Anderson Nissan sold a 13 SL for $16,720 (price was reported at voiceofthedriver.com)
#431 of 441 Re: 2012 Sentra SL [musicitytiger]
Feb 11, 2013 (9:29 pm)
A 13 SL for under $17k...that's excellent! This car is a real nice looking vehicle and the interior is very classy. I just wonder how it drives because if it compares favorably to the Elantra, Nissan has a winner on it's hands. I've driven several new Elantra's and Foci the last few weeks and both drive very smoothly thought I still think the Focus is a tick behind in most categories...a great ride but still out classed by the Hyundai. If the Nissan can best these two, then Nissan will sell a ton of 'em. The resemblance to the Altima can only help sales ans I personally love the clean lines of the cars. A lot of excitement in the compact segment as of late with the new Forte here and the re-introduced '13 Civic a major improvement over the lackluster '12 offering. There's a lot of buzz about the new Corolla, still a popular model though I just can't figure it out. Drove a couple last week and the only thing I liked was the supportive drivers seat...everything else screams old tech...even the Entunes unit seemed like an after thought. Seriously, the new Corolla has to be a home run for Toyota as the Camry as good as it is, is still a snoozewmobile with as much excitement as a new refrigerator!
#432 of 441 2013 Sentra SL
Feb 22, 2013 (11:55 am)
Bought a 2013 Sentra SL with the only option being CF (carpeted floor and trunk mat) in SoCal for $18,433 + 1000 NMAC rebate and 0% for 36 months. Essentially 17,433 + TTL for a grand total of 19,400 OTD.
#433 of 441 Re: 2013 Sentra SL [kle1]
Feb 25, 2013 (10:20 pm)
That seems like a great price. the SL has leather, correct? What color did y'all get? If my Civic didn't have such low mmiles for a '06 model, I'd seriously consider this new Sentra along with the Elantra. Would be a very tough choice indeed!
#434 of 441 Re: 2013 Sentra SL [kle1]
Feb 28, 2013 (12:46 pm)
Also in socal...would like to know where you purchased your car?
Feb 28, 2013 (1:44 pm)
Test drove this car today and was very impressed! Very composed and stable smooth ride and the new CVT tranny is pretty slick actually, plenty of power for whatever I threw at it. Was the basic model and the MSRP was about $20,500 and this car had the bolt on wheel covers. Sat in a SL in the showroom with the upgraded cloth seating surfaces and it had navi and a sunroof and the sticker showed $22,500...and this was without leather which I thought was standard SL fare...I learned something new today, leather is an option also. Car drives like it's mid sized brother, the Altima and not like an economy car which is a good thing. Even the SV trunk lid had a cover over the metal, a very nice touch really. Little stuff like this just shows me attention to detail which is important. Nissan did a stellar job here and I'd rate this car to be as good, if not better than the benchmark of the economy class, the Hyundai Elantra. I predict that Nissan will sell a boatload of these cars and though I haven't driven the redone 2013 Honda Civic, I'm betting that this Sentra to be the better car in every category folks...I really like this car. Good job Nissan!!!
#436 of 441 Re: 2013 Sentra SL [sandman_6472]
Mar 03, 2013 (12:22 am)
The SL does not come with leather. Leather is an option. I bought the graphite blue with marble gray interior. The car was purchased as a present for my mom and she was completely ecstatic when she saw it. From the outside looking in, the car definitely looks like it's worth more than 20k.
I took the car on a road trip right after purchasing it and it is surprisingly quiet. The fuel economy was also very impressive. We had five adults in the car and cruising at 80mph, the mpg indicated 35 mpg. When I dropped it to about 70mph, it was about 38 mpg.
Car was purchased from Stadium Nissan via their Internet department. I found the car on Nissan's inventory site and and used the site to request a quote from Stadium Nissan.