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Nissan Pathfinder, SUV
#13 of 680 Re: [howbar]
Jul 15, 2004 (9:15 am)
You should be able to do much better! carsdirect.com is currently offering Pathfinders at $550 below invoice. Plus Nissan is now offering rebates of $3,750. I recently purchased a 2004 SE at $300 below invoice, received the $3,750 rebate and Nissan paid the last two payments on my exisitng lease. They are being very aggresive to clear these off the lots to make room for the '05s. Even if you are going to lease you still get all these benefits which will lower your monthly payment. E-mail a few Nissan dealers and have them compete. You have nothing to lose.
#14 of 680 2004 Pathfinder SE in ST.louis,MO
Jul 18, 2004 (6:49 am)
Can anyone tell me of the best deals in or around St.Louis,MO.
Thanks in advance.
#15 of 680 2004 Pathfinder Prices
Jul 28, 2004 (11:33 am)
I just wanted to see what prices people have been paying on 2004 Pathfinders with the recent $3250 cashback. I think the best deal I've seen so far is $200 under invoice for an SE 4WD before the cashback. This deal was in the MD area.
#16 of 680 Re: 2004 Pathfinder Prices [md2020]
Jul 28, 2004 (1:23 pm)
My SE had a sticker of 34,440 and got a $7,500 rebate. Definitely making room for the '05.
#17 of 680 New '03 Pathfinder LE on Dealer Lot. How much?
Aug 29, 2004 (5:37 pm)
I found an 03 Pathfinder LE on the local Nissan dealer lot. It has an msrp of $35k. How much should I ask? I know that the 04s should be heavily discounted since the 05s are coming soon. The 03s hopefully should be discounted further.
What do you guys think?
#18 of 680 Purchased an SE today
Sep 05, 2004 (6:48 am)
I just purchased a 2004 Pathfinder SE 4x2 in Atlanta with the following options:
- Popular Package (Radio: Bose AM/FM/Cassette/6 Disc CD Changer • Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls • Cargo Net • Retractable Rear Cargo Cover • Automatic Temperature Control) $800
- Floor Mats $61
- In-cabin microfilter $47
- Glacier Pearl (metallic silver) exterior with charcoal cloth interior $0
- Prices include $560 Destination Charge
MSRP Price = $28,500
Invoice Price = $26,365
WHAT I PAID:
Price Paid = $25,701.00
Dealer Fees = $ 499.00
Title & Reg = $ 47.00
5% tax = $ 1,312.35
Sub Total = $27,559.35
Cash Rebate = $ 2,500.00
Out The Door =$25,059.35
I got 3.59% interest through dealers finance department by purchasing a 60 month / 100,000 mile nissan warranty for $1,400 (really paying $1,000 more since by purchasing the nissan warranty they lowered the interest from 4.24% to 3.59%). I think I got a good deal.
#19 of 680 what is a good price?
Oct 13, 2004 (11:35 am)
i found a 2002 pathfinder SE for $21,900. is has 22k miles and is fully loaded. what is a reasonable offer for me to put in?
Oct 13, 2004 (12:15 pm)
I was quoted $24,100 (after rebate) for a black 2004 Pathfinder SE 4x4 w/ Sirius Satellite radio installed. Quote was from a dealer in the Boston area. Three questions - (1) Does this sound like a good deal? (2) What additional costs should I expect to face to close the deal? (3) Is paying the extra $4,000 for a 2005 4Runner a better deal in the long run?
#21 of 680 re: 2004 SE quote
Oct 19, 2004 (9:12 pm)
1. that seems to be a good deal i just bought my 2004 pathfinder SE 4x4 with popular package $26,000 out-of-door price. it should have been only $25,900 but life is not a walk in the park and there are dealers out there that will still try to cut your arms even things are already been straightened out.
anyways, everytime you cut a deal always have it on writing and bring your own calculator just to be sure on the numbers.
2. additional costs are documentation fees, tax and titles. the $26K that i got covers all of the added stuff.
3. we been on the same dilemma. if you got $4K lying around go for the 4runner, imo. but next best thing for me and wife without skipping meals is the pathfinder.
#22 of 680 re: 2004 SE quote [sizned]
Oct 21, 2004 (1:56 pm)
Thanks so much for the reply. I am likely going with the Pathfinder. I will post a report after I close the deal with a detailed accounting of costs. And on a final note, I had written my original message before I test drove both cars and I much prefer the Pathfinder to the 4Runner! A nice surprise!