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You are in the Nissan Murano
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Nissan Murano, SUV
Did you get a good deal on your Murano?
Share your experience here!
#2868 of 2921 Re: Murano for $23,995 [iolo72]
Jul 08, 2011 (9:08 pm)
Yes, it is the one in Schaumburg. I saw the ad in Friday's Chicago Tribune. The only catch I could find in the ad was that you must finance through Nissan Acceptance. It also said all rebates and incentives have been applied to get to this price.
#2869 of 2921 My New Murano price
Sep 29, 2011 (2:19 pm)
Murano 2011, SL with Navigation Package. Dealer throws in floor mat, retractable cargo cover, installed cross bar etc.
MSRP: $39,885 + TTL
Dealer Invoice: $35,561 + TTL
Drive out: $35,540
Applied Nissan VPP discount. All other dealers says the price is impossible -- obviously a lie. I believe it could be lower if I would negotiated more.
Also trade-in my old Van with my desired price, close to the blue book resale value.
#2870 of 2921 Re: My New Murano price [jason102]
Oct 06, 2011 (10:04 am)
Sounds like an awesome deal.
Does $35,540 include Taxes, trade what APR did you get? and Where?
I am looking for an AWD LE w/o Nav but hard to find, I can take Nav if there are no options, TrueCar shows $36K w/o Nav and around $37.5 with Nav. Not sure if I can get better than that. On the other hand 2012s will be hitting the floors soon, I wonder if I should wait for 2012 arrival to be able to bargain more on 2011, but current 0% APR is very attractive.
#2871 of 2921 Re: My New Murano price [coop7]
Oct 06, 2011 (10:37 am)
Yes, $35,540 is the drive-out price, including every possible fee like TTL, Tax etc. except my trade-in. The APR I got from Nissan is 1.79%(60 month). It's a good rate, but I don't care that too much since I don't have much on finance and will pay-off in 1-2 years anyway.
Note, mine is a FWD model, which is about $1000 cheaper than AWD. My dealership could do AWD model(with same option) for $1000 more, but hard to find AWD model around here in the south(Houston, Texas), where we really do not need it for most of the time.
#2872 of 2921 Re: My New Murano price [jason102]
Oct 16, 2011 (8:24 am)
Can you provide a bit more info here? Tax varies, so including "drive out price" isn't too helpful if we don't have your tax rate. Can you just tell us the price you paid on the car (pre-tax, but including dealer-added fees, but not including Texas fees or taxes), please?
I'm in Houston too and am interested.
I show MSRP of an SL FWD with Navi to be $37,210, with a good price per Zag of about $33,183 before any negotiation.
#2873 of 2921 Re: My New Murano price [dclive]
Oct 17, 2011 (9:59 pm)
Being honest, I am having trouble to get the exact price without tax, fees....The OTD price is much more simpler for me....anyway, here is the break down(detail):
MSRP for my Murano is $39,865 (if you believe it....)
dealer's discount(all with Nissan's rebate) is about $6,600.
Do the math, the pre-price is $39,865 - $6,600 = $33,265
Hope this helps!
By the way, the link you have shows MSRP of $37,210 SL does NOT have Navigation package. With all the options I have, the MSRP is about $40,000.
Oct 20, 2011 (12:52 pm)
Murano S - graphite grey -
Bought 19 October '11
Bankston Nissan Dallas - Grubbs had a slightly better deal, but didn't have color I wanted.
MSRP - 30430
Paid 24100 plus ttl, no trade. $3k rebate and hard negotiating!
Owned an '03 Murano until last spring. 109k mi - alternator replaced under recall and wheel bearings at 90k mi were the only repairs. Great car!
#2875 of 2921 Good deal Murano 2011 S 2WD
Oct 27, 2011 (2:49 pm)
Used truecar.com, hassle free, haggle free. No negotiation needed. So Cal region.
Picked one up. I think I got great deal so I thought to share:
$22870 + tx/lic = $25196 out the door (if choose rebate option)
$22870 + tx/lic = $25196 + $3000 (rebate) = $28196 out the door (if you choose 0% for 60 months)
#2876 of 2921 Re: Good deal Murano 2011 S 2WD [vplat]
Oct 28, 2011 (8:06 am)
There must be a manufacture to dealer rebate in CA. I'm in Texas. There were 20-60 '11 Muranos at each dealer around here and I negotiated hard, walked out of two dealers. $24100 was the best anyone would do. $28052 invoice-$3000 rebate-~$900 under invoice. $26000 even otd with ttl
#2877 of 2921 November incentives
Oct 28, 2011 (9:38 am)
Does anyone know incentives on 2011 Murano for the Month of November?