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Nissan Xterra, SUV
#281 of 424 Has Anyone Tried the Costco Buying Plan?
Jul 12, 2007 (3:12 pm)
Having researched Edmunds comparative data and these excellent Xterra Forum postings, we have decided to order a 2008 Xterra OR as soon as they are available. Our local Nissan dealership is the dealer for the Costco auto program, which seems to be a hassle-free and fairly efficient way to deal. Does anyone have any experience, positive or negative, in using this method rather than a more traditional approach? Advice is appreciated.
#282 of 424 Re: Has Anyone Tried the Costco Buying Plan? [imadrone]
Jul 14, 2007 (3:52 pm)
this is the best way to purchase a vehicle.... since there are models from x s se and off-road. you get a fair price. make sure that you dont add any options.. all xterra models come with almost everything from the factory.
at least when i purchased mine on my own, when they asked me the options, i simply said no, dont need that, dont want that. and everything they mentioned came with truck. 4X2 s auto. i just checked for my future 2007 off road and the price is trully great. sure if you start adding the options the price will go up.... please post your final purchase through cosco so that it will help the rest of us when buying. good luck
Jul 16, 2007 (1:24 pm)
I've been contacting a long list of nissan dealers, and got an OTD quote of 22658 for a 2007 Xterra S w/Util package and standard equipment. Is this decent, and should I take it now or wait until next month? Any idea if they will have an even better rebate in August?
#284 of 424 Re: advice [exfacior]
Jul 16, 2007 (4:44 pm)
You should be able to get the vehicle for Invoice -($2000) rebate. I wouldn't expect to get more than a $2000 rebate, I waited 3 months for Nissan to offer a better rebate than $1000 last year and it never happened. What a deal this year, $2000, you can't go wrong with that!!!!
#285 of 424 2007 Xterra SE price - good/bad?
Aug 06, 2007 (2:50 pm)
My best quote from the dealers are below. According to Edmunds, this is $340 below invoice (zip code 32817). This deal sounds great, is anyone else getting numbers like these in FL? Should I jump on it?
2007 Nissan Xterra SE Automatic
Suggested Retail Price - $27,415.00
Internet Price - $25,542.00
Minus factory Rebate - $2,000.00
Total - $23,542.00
Tag and Fees
Specs on this truck:
2007 XTERRA SE-V6 4X2 SUV AUTO
NIGHT ARMOR, STEEL/GRAPHITE
BASE $24,224 $25,900
CGO $63 $80
FLO $78 $110
MIC $46 $60
MIR $179 $240
AUTO DIMMING EC M
ORG $114 $150
PRO $133 $170
50S $0 $0
50 STATE EMISSION
Freight Charge $705 $705
Total $25,542 $27,415
#286 of 424 Re: 2007 Xterra SE price - good/bad? [douknownam]
Aug 10, 2007 (5:21 pm)
that seems like a great price. rebates untill 9/04/2007. i have been checking into carsdirect.com they seem to be a no nonsence car buying aproach. if anyone is looking to purchase a xterra, going through carsdirect seems to eliminate the usual dealership purchasing situations. and they show dealership rebates. if anyone goes this route, please post how it went.
#287 of 424 2007 Xterra SE RWD
Aug 22, 2007 (11:35 am)
Recently bought an '07 Xterra with the below specs. Paid $23710, which is invoice with all of the options. This is approx. $300 below TMV on Edmunds..
2007 Xterra SE RWD
Retractable cargo cover
$25710 - $2000 incentive = $23710.
#288 of 424 GOOD DEAL?
Aug 25, 2007 (12:37 pm)
My company has some relationship with Nissan and they extended an offer to our employees listed below. Is this a good deal or would I be better off negoitating on my own?
Minus VPP discount (Nissan 2.87% : Infiniti 1.65%)
Plus 2.5% delivery fee of dealer invoice after VPP discount has been subtracted
Plus destination and handling charge
Minus applicable incentives
Equals participant's purchase price
#289 of 424 Re: Nissan XTerra: Prices Paid & Buying Experiences [reuel3]
Aug 29, 2007 (7:16 am)
I bought a 2007 Xterra from Jeff Roberts at Colonial Auto Center in Charlottesville, Virginia. Great experience!!! No hassles, no pressure, no haggling. I got my Xterra for invoice minus $2000 manufacturer's rebate. Jeff was fabulous to deal with. I could not get this deal in the city where I live...I spent too much time trying to get local dealers to come down to a good price. It was well worth the drive to Charlottesville. Jeff is far from the stereotypical car salesman...thank goodness!
#290 of 424 2007 Xterra Off-Road MT
Sep 25, 2007 (2:08 pm)
Got '07 Off-Road MT with all the options except for upgraded stereo for $23.5( + Dealers fee + taxes) out of the door. I went thru the fleet manager so all negotiations were done over the phone (took about 30 min) and all papers ready for me to sign and loan approved by the time I came there to pick up the truck. It took him couple of days to get the vehicle from a different dealer and I was out of there in less then hour and a half.