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Nissan Pathfinder, SUV
#437 of 679 2010 Nissan Pathfinder
Oct 19, 2009 (11:39 pm)
I was quoted (after 2, 3 hours of talking) for a 2010 S+ Fe Nissan Pathfinder (the 28400 MSRP one). Basically the most basic trim with the floor mat option.
Price was 26400 OTD, I guess that was $24,500 ish before TTL (tax is 8.75% here, title about 330). Sorry if this info was not too helpful.
I ended up not taking that deal but this could be used as a ref point for anyone. I think you can get better deals than this and should definitely not pay more than what was offered.'
They had a $2000 factory rebate available for 2010 model.
plus the $500 tent sale cash rebate available until mid-late Oct ish.
#438 of 679 a remote starter question
Oct 22, 2009 (10:11 pm)
after you start your pathfinder with a remote starter then go out to the warmed up car I noticed that the dash lights are all off when its runing ,well being that the key isnt in the ignition turned on is everthing still chargeing and working properly as if you had the key inserted and turned the on position?
#439 of 679 Rebates
Dec 16, 2009 (11:16 am)
For December 2009, has anyone heard if Nissan is including an additonal rebate of $1000 to the $2500 they are already offering?
#440 of 679 is this good deal?
Dec 16, 2009 (11:27 am)
Dealer price :
S, 4WD, DVD
#441 of 679 Re: Rebates [scrap]
Dec 17, 2009 (6:47 am)
yes, my dealer told me between 12/18 and 01/14
#442 of 679 Re: is this good deal? [epec]
Dec 17, 2009 (11:19 pm)
My momma told me you better shop around [song] ,
from my own experience, I purchased a brand new 2001 Sonata fully loaded package deal , about a month later at a gas station a guy next to my car was the identical and same year car even the same color so I asked him what he paid and it was a difference of $6,000 dollars in his favor, so I looked at what he had and the only difference was his had hub caps over my mag alloyed rims ,and wasnt a moon roof, every option was there in his car, power windows and door locks P/S Auto tranny ABS brakes . that's it , so I got screwed by my dealer 2 miles from my house,where he bought his 50 miles west of me,true story.I called his dealership. so it cost me $6,000 for alloy wheels and a moon roof.
#443 of 679 2006 Pathfinder LE w/21,000 miles
Feb 18, 2010 (9:01 am)
We have a Pathfinder LE with 21,000 miles on it and it is in excellent condition. We bought the vehicle in So. TX when we lived there and relocated to PA in 2008. We took it to a local Nissan dealer here and they didn't even want to deal with us because it wasn't a 4WD. They were very insulting to us and we would never go back there again. My question is- we are thinking of getting rid of it to get a 4WD of some kind and I have checked KBB and Edmund's for trade-in value. It sits in the garage for 4 months and is never driven in the snow and ice because my husband does not want any salt damage on it so I was reading about CPO vehicles. How do you get a vehicle certified and would ours qualify? Is that a better leverage tool for trading?
#444 of 679 Re: 2006 Pathfinder LE w/21,000 miles [retired2pa1]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Feb 18, 2010 (3:54 pm)
Certified used cars come from dealers with extended warranties attached.. You could probably buy an extended warranty for your vehicle, but I doubt it would raise the value of the vehicle enough to pay for the warranty.
I'm sorry the dealer was rude.. but, they do have one point.. There isn't much of a market for non-4WD SUVs in the snow belt. Have you tried to sell the vehicle privately? I think that would be your best chance to realize the most money. You might find a buyer that can appreciate a one-owner, garaged, well-maintained vehicle. Dealers only want what sells to the average used-car buyer.. That won't matter to you.. You just need one buyer..
#445 of 679 Re: 2006 Pathfinder LE w/21,000 miles [kyfdx]
Feb 18, 2010 (4:36 pm)
Thanks for the reply, kyfdx. We realize we are in the snow belt here but that is NO reason for a dealer to be insulting and rude. Ironically, in last weeks Sunday paper that same dealership advertised a 2006 Pathfinder LE w/55,000 miles on it and NOT a 4WD for $21,000. Interesting.
#446 of 679 2010 Pathfinder or 2010 4Runner
Mar 21, 2010 (9:06 am)
Has anyone out there looked at the 2010 4Runner yet purchased a 2010 Pathfinder. We are going between both. Pathfinder has alot more to offer yet is the 4Runner a better quality SUV. Will be driving alot in Colorado.