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Nissan Xterra, SUV
Jul 25, 2009 (1:28 pm)
We meet again! Price on a 2009 XTerra,4x4,AT,X
Invoice $24,729(incl.floor mats which I dont want and $800 Dest.)
Costco Disc.$300(comes out of the $477 holdback-guess they keep the rest)
PLUS (This is what kills me)
$299 Conveyance fee("all CT dealers")
$289 Vin Etching
less $2,000 rebate cash
Dealer wont budge on VIN etching or conveyance fee
What do you think? I feel like a car broker at this point. Too many kids I guess.
#385 of 424 Re: Nissan Xterra [s60leaser]
Jul 28, 2009 (7:20 pm)
What a joke when they push crap like etching on peeps.
What's next, rustproofing?
#386 of 424 How about the offer for Xterra 09 off road?
Jul 28, 2009 (7:26 pm)
I was offered 27,450 out door price for Xterra 09 offroad. This price includes everything. Is this a good deal or should I wait till september or october. I was told that will be a good time within the year to get a truck normally.
#387 of 424 Re: Nissan Xterra [bucksnort1]
Aug 06, 2009 (11:58 pm)
I just purchased a 2005 Xterra...is the etching have to do with the car windows? I though it sounded weird? would u give me your insight on that?
Aug 07, 2009 (6:24 pm)
Is this a good deal or not? 2009 Nissan Xterra S Model, 4 x 2, X Gear Package, Technology Package for $371 a month over 72 months (with $2000 down). Tax and all fees included. Thanks!
#389 of 424 Re: How about the offer for Xterra 09 off road? [buyxterra]
Aug 19, 2009 (8:01 am)
I have seen 2009 ORs for $26k so the deal is not that good.
Now, the big question: Does anyone know or can anyone get us the September incentives on 2009s? It just has to be more than $2k I would think....
Sep 16, 2009 (4:15 am)
I have been shopping via e-mail quotes from various dealers throughout my state for the past few days for a 2010 Xterra SE 4X4 with the Nevada Tow Package and iPod interface as the only added options. I have received multiple quotes as expected that span a difference of about $1200. The best deal that I have found was located 90 miles away and is broken down below:
So essentially this would be $1,993 below invoice including the $1500 rebate for September. Do you think that I should jump on this? I was told that this quoted price is everything excluding the taxes. No additional fees. Please let me know what you think.
#391 of 424 Too expensive
Sep 16, 2009 (11:47 am)
29k seems high to pay for an Xterra SE. Espeically in this economy. 25, 26 is reasonable.
#392 of 424 Re: Too expensive [hawi7]
Sep 16, 2009 (11:55 am)
Price paid would be $27,988 plus TTL. Any suggestion on how to get them lower? That was the best quote that I received with others as high as $29,357 plus TTL. This is a 4X4 keep in mind
#393 of 424 Re: Too expensive [2010xterrase]
Sep 16, 2009 (4:03 pm)
Not sure how the last poster thinks 4-5 thousand under the invoice is "reasonable?" I really would like to know where they've EVER seen an Xterra being sold for 4-5k under invoice brand new, under MSRP, maybe, but not invoice? If the invoice on your Xterra was 29,9xx and the dealer's offer was 27,988 which is invoice minus 1,500 rebate + whatever holdback they are offering then THAT is reasonable. Not really sure how you get that lower unless you have a car to trade in that's been paid off. If that's the car you want, and you are comfortable with the price, then that's all that matters. haggling over 100 or 200 dollars is not worth the stress and aggrevation, this dealership looks to be dealing in good faith, while the others are not. Good luck!