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Nissan Xterra, SUV
#102 of 424 Re: Nissan XTerra: Prices Paid & Buying Experiences [reuel3]
Nov 15, 2005 (2:27 pm)
I just bought a 2003 XTerra XE, power windows and locks with 25,700 miles for $16,500. It was about $1200 less than the KBB rating. I feel I got a good eal but then later on I was looking in at the dealer's web site and the car I bought was still isted as an "internet" price of about 1 grand less. I wonder if the internet price was a ploy to get people to come in, because none of the other dealers had prices that good.
Nov 20, 2005 (2:06 pm)
After a test drive and some haggling this is what I'm looking at:
05 Granite S 4X4
Power, Utility, Protection
Molding, Splash Guards
Floormats, Mirror, Cabin Micro
Final price from dealer: 22,290 + TTL
That includes the rebate
Any thoughts? (It'd be so great if I got feedback tonight, I'm wheeling and dealing again tomorrow )
#104 of 424 2005 S Xterra
Nov 21, 2005 (12:14 am)
Bought a 2005 Xterra "S" on the 18th at Planet Nissan in Las Vegas. MSRP with dealer add ons was $23,785. Dealer invoice was $22,273. With $2000 rebate got the Xterra for $20,273 + TTL. Granite color, with the power package, Moulding, Splash Guards, Floormats, Mirror, Cabin Micro Filter, etc. Dealer has quite a few S and SE on the lot. Great, no-hassle dealer!
#105 of 424 2005 S Xterra price quote
Nov 21, 2005 (7:47 am)
I was quoted via email $22,860 for the following:
2005 S 4x4
retractable cargo cover
in-cabin micro filter
The $22k price quote includes the $2,000 rebate being offered right now.
Does this sound like a good price? Do you think there will be some neg. room since this $ was given to me by email....I haven't visited this dealership yet. Also, I want to look into leasing this vehicle just to see the difference in the monthly payments. In the case of a lease, is it correct to assume that the lease would be based upon the $22k price or does that price need to be re-negotiated?
Thank you in advance for your response. Also, please bear with me...this is my first time posting here.
#106 of 424 Re: 05 S 4X4 [crowhill]
Nov 21, 2005 (7:54 am)
I forgot to mention, the price I was quoted for my last post was for an automatic..
Jagfin, was that for a stick or automatic?
#107 of 424 Re: 05 S 4X4 [crowhill]
Nov 21, 2005 (8:04 am)
It was for an automatic.
#108 of 424 Re: 05 S 4X4 [jagfin]
Nov 21, 2005 (9:41 am)
Thanks Jagfin.. I'm assuming also that this is for 2 wheel, not 4X4? Looks like you did OK, I need to get back to the drawing board!
#109 of 424 Re: 05 S 4X4 [crowhill]
Nov 21, 2005 (6:31 pm)
It was a 2 wheel and not a 4 x 4. Hope you find a deal for your Xterra.
#110 of 424 Re: 2005 S Xterra price quote [jeng]
Nov 21, 2005 (7:40 pm)
I think 22k sounds like a good price. I purchased my 2005 s 2x4 for 21k plus t.t.l. and WISH i purchased a 4x4, I got stuck in the mud in mexico and was lucky to have a bulldozer pull me out. I went exploring through mexico and trully enjoyed the xterra. I am back in florida and have logged 11,000 miles. No complaints except my mistake of listening to a friend mechanic tell me that i did not need 4x4. I got a great deal on the extended nissan factory warranty from malboro nissan for 899.00 and they also the 4x4 for 1075.00 until the end of November.
I searched through consumerreports and ordered the detail pricing guide that gave me the number to work with regarding how much to pay. Now i am trying to figure out how to change my xterra for a 4x4 model without loosing a lot of money in the process.
#111 of 424 Re: 2005 S Xterra price quote [xtierra]
Nov 23, 2005 (7:50 am)
Thanks all for the info. 2 questions for anyone who has input:
1. those getting fairly discounted extended warrenties, do you happen to know what level of protection you are getting for that price? I know Nissan offers bronze through gold packages, and have been told the discounts usually don't cover as much as one would like (personally I would go with the absolute most coverage if I were spending anything on a warrenty).
2. What kind of financing are people getting. I am new to car buying and have seen much better deals in the past. I realize the current economy/interest rates etc play a big role in this, but with someone with reasonable credit, what would I be expecting to pay?
thanks for humoring my perhaps naive questions