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Nissan Sentra, Sedan
#100 of 452 Hit the JACKPOT in Vegas on Sentra 2.0 S
Aug 18, 2007 (5:04 pm)
2007 Sentra 2.0 S CV Transmission
Magnetic Grey/ Charcoal Steel
Convenience Pkg, Splash Guards, Body Color Molding, Floor Mats w/ Trunk Divider, Tinted Windows.
Negotiated Price $15,000
Includes Rebates ($1,000)
Sales Tax 7.75% $1,270.96
Dealer Fee $399
State Title $28.25
Final Total Price: $16,698.21
Las Vegas, NV
Original negotiated price after $500 cash back rebate was $15,500. I was going to pay in full, but was offered another $500 rebate to finance a minimum of $5000 through NMAC. New purchase price before tax, title, and dealer fee was $15,000. I financed the $5,000 for a term of 36 months at 1.90% and paid the balance.
Details: Best treatment ever, from first internet contact to driving away from dealership. My wife loves this car and she drove all other vehicles in its class. Words cannot express how awesome the bluetooth enabled phone and the keyless entry/ignition features are. I believe the dealer was motivated as we are in the last half of Aug. and the 2008 model is due out in 30 days.
#101 of 452 Sentra 2.0S in south nj
Aug 19, 2007 (5:44 am)
F02 Convenience Plus Package
W01 Alloy Wheels/ABS Package
N10 Front Fog Lamp
L92 Floor Mats and Trunk Mat
B92 Body-Color Side Moldings
B10 Splash Guards
MSRP $19300, Invoice $17843
I got it yesterday from Pinebelt Nissan in Keyport for $16850 after $1000 rebate. They charged me only $129 dealer fee additional to MV fees and taxes. I think it was an ok deal. Very happy with the car...
#102 of 452 Good Deal in Central NJ on 2.0S
Sep 05, 2007 (9:32 am)
I picked up a 2.0S (sedan, CVT) with the options varchar32 indicates and the Rockford Fosgate Audio. It was August 31 and this was the only 2.0S with ABS at the dealership. MSRP $20,015; invoice $18,488. Negotiated $750 under invoice.
$ 1,241.66 Tax
$ 199.00 Doc
$ 7.50 Tire
$ 27.50 DMV
-$ 1000.00 Rebate
$18,213.66 Out the door
Thank you Edmunds!!!
#103 of 452 Re: Sentra 2.0 S in Central Texas [bridge2]
Oct 17, 2007 (8:55 am)
I hate salesmen for precisely these kind of games they play. I admire your patience.
#104 of 452 Did I get as good of a deal as I think?
Oct 27, 2007 (12:02 pm)
Had researched several car models and ended up getting a Sentra at a price I thought was very, very fair? Was it?
2008 Sentra 2.0 S (w/ CVT and convenience plus package) for a total of $15,438 plus taxes and title.
#105 of 452 Sounds Very Fair
Oct 27, 2007 (1:37 pm)
I paid around $17k for my Civic last year and was satisfied with the price for the car. Getting out of a cranky '03 Sentra, I didn't want to get the '06 Sentra for fear of similar issues. It was the same model basically anyways. Now if the new Sentra had been out, would've given it a fair shot against the Civic. But it was not on the market yet.
The new Sentra's I've seen look very nice and it seems to be a more substantial car than the last generation. Though the price has gone up. think you did very good with the price you got the car for. How much under invoice was it?
Good luck with the new ride.
#106 of 452 Fair Deal
Oct 27, 2007 (2:54 pm)
It looks like I paid about $1581 under invoice per Edmunds ($500 was rebated.) I had been planning on buying a Versa or an Elantra. My daughter's 06 Elantra had been totaled (not her fault.) We got $13,200 for it and I wanted to stay close to the amount I had paid for it originally which was $15,000. 07 Elantras were too hard to find and she liked the styling of the Versa sedan. I was planning on getting an 08 Versa SL w/ ABS but w/o the convenience package which would have had to be obtained from another dealer. The dealer said he was going to throw some advertising dollars at me since I had owned Nissans/Infinitis for 18 years (and he didn't want me going down the street to the Hyundai dealer even though the same family owned it.) The dealer said he would prefer that I take something on his lot and he offered me the 08 Sentra with convenience plus package for $15,438 so I figured it wouold be about what I was going to pay for a new Elantra and took it. It seemed like I was getting a great deal, but it also seemed to be just a little too easy.
#107 of 452 Re: Fair Deal [stlrod]
Oct 28, 2007 (7:01 am)
Even better deal than I thought. Exactly $2000 under invoice ($500 of which was the current rebate.) I had forgotten to include body side moldings and splash guards. Only extra was $199 documentation fee, so net was $1801 under invoice. It was a cash transaction, no trade.
#108 of 452 Re: Not worth it [jaxs1]
Nov 01, 2007 (1:03 pm)
Been awhile since i have been to this board. But OK maybe 4 or 5 payments regardless it will only shave a couple payments off. If you do the math 1400/300per month payment = 3.5 payments....
Just something a salesman would do is say "do the math"
#109 of 452 Did I get as good a deal as I think
Dec 04, 2007 (8:29 pm)
can you share your dealership name, city and state for the price that you got at $15438 for 08 sentra 2.0S w/CVT and convenience plus package. any other input on this car?