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#190 of 424 Good deal?
Mar 02, 2006 (8:41 am)
I went to Consumer Reports and bought the new car buying guide, which is a good deal. It gives the invoice price and all the info you need. And then I sent out quotes for a 2005 Xterra S to half a dozen dealerships. My quote was right around invoice, and one dealership actually beat my price. Here's the info:
2005 Xterra S
Supplemental Airbag Package
Total Price: $19,488 (after $2000 rebate and $500 new grad discount), from Performance Nissan in El Monte, CA.
As a comparison, MSRP was $22,260, although some people on this site seem to pay quite a bit more than that.
That's a pretty good deal, about $100 above invoice price.
#191 of 424 Re: Good deal? [yicpa]
Mar 02, 2006 (7:37 pm)
is it after TTL ? If it is after TTL, good deal.
#192 of 424 Re: Good deal? [yicpa]
Mar 10, 2006 (8:31 am)
This was really a 2005 model? That explains the low price.
You didn't specify whether this was a 2WD or 4WD.
#193 of 424 Off Road 4x4, Automatic
Mar 10, 2006 (1:44 pm)
For any western Oregonians interested in purchasing a new Xterra, I just pulled off a really decent deal at Coos Bay Nissan.
Model: 2006 Xtrerra Off Road (silver), 4WD with automatic transmission
Options: Rockford Fosgate stereo upgrade, auto-dimming mirror w/compass, protection package, splash guards, carpeted floor mats, in-cabin microfilter
Price Paid: $26,125 w/$1,000 rebate
The car had 9 miles on it. As part of the deal, they also agreed to give me step rails at wholesale price ($330) with no labor charge for installation.
This deal was worth the 175-mile drive for me. It's hard to imagine doing too much better, as I assume they made their profit on holdback (the vehicle had only been there two weeks) and any Nissan kickbacks for sales volume.
On a side note, I traded my 2005 Honda Accord Hybrid in the deal (I hated that car), and received $27,000 for it—roughly $750 more than a Honda dealership can acquire a new 2006 one for from the manufacturer.
#195 of 424 06 S 4x2 5AT + Supplemental Airbag Package
Mar 13, 2006 (2:07 pm)
I am living in Austin,TX, near roundrock, so if roundrocktx1 is reading please reply to this post.
What is the true market price for an 06 S, 5AT, with the Airbag package? which dealers would be recommended?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
#196 of 424 06 X 4X2 Auto
Mar 23, 2006 (9:41 am)
I'm posting to let interested shoppers know what I paid for my Xterra last night in OKC, OK.
2006 X, 4X2 with power package, splash guards and floor mats:
Hope the information helps.
#197 of 424 2005 leftover long island new york
Mar 30, 2006 (5:47 pm)
bought a silver 2005 leftover xterra for $19,700 (manufactured november 05') with 14 miles on it
No power package!alarm,remote start and door actuators $800
warranty 6 year 72k miles $1500
tax around $2000
less title No dealer fees (bargained)
got splash guards,road kit, SIDE AIRBAGS,mouldings, cabin filter,VDC, No fogs,(dont use them on my other car)No cruise, (dont use that either) No side steps (they got in the way anyway) need to install power windows. i could do without it but next time i will not be in a rush on another "great deal"
#199 of 424 Re: 06 X 4X2 Auto [keri1]
Apr 07, 2006 (6:32 am)
can you tell me which dealer you got ur car from?