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Nissan Versa, Car Leasing, Car Buying, Hatchback
#314 of 577 Re: 2008 Versa S 6-Speed Sedan [tennpro]
May 20, 2008 (8:30 am)
Hey Did you ever get this car. Or are you still looking. Did you get a bettor deal from a nother Nissan dealer. What part of the country are you from. I am trying to work with fits Mall in Pa the have no hassle pricing the price on the car is what it is. I am also looking for the same car as you with the power package croze just auto not stick they told me $13000 so Just looking now what color I want not shore yet. I am in New York on Long island. O how does the stick car drive did you like it was it easy to shift. Thankyou so Mutch for reading my posting. Have a real grate day Sorry about my spelling Thankyou Marco.
#315 of 577 Re: M is for MANUFACTURER [bendupre]
May 20, 2008 (6:40 pm)
I just took home a 1.8 SL HB Auto CVT + 5 mat.
Price: 12,400 (due to my mistake, I could not bring it to 12,200)
OTD price for me is 14225
I guess it is a reasonalbe deal.
I go to the local accessary and put the leather on it. cost is 1195 including labor.
By the way, there are 2000 rebate you we can count on.
1000 normal rebate
500 memorial day.
I can also by a 08 S auto HB with power package, cruise control mat, splash for 12150 + Tax Tille + fee(above) + deilvery (625)
I think the SL is a better deal so I pick it.
Thank for a nice forum.
#316 of 577 Versa Auto S Hatchback base MSRP some $13450/$13780???
May 21, 2008 (7:00 am)
I can't figure out why certain Versa S Auto Hatchback's have an MSRP of $13450 and some have an MSRP of $13780 before options? I just saw one of each on a dealer lot. It would possibly explain the MSRP discrepancy used by Edmunds of $13610 which appears to be the average of those two prices? Anyone understand what the $13450 hasn't got that the $13780 has???
#317 of 577 Re: Versa Auto S Hatchback base MSRP some $13450/$13780??? [oceanicsix]
May 22, 2008 (5:23 am)
I don't know on this particular case, but sometimes they do a midyear bump of the msrp several % for the cars manufactured after Dec or Jan.
#318 of 577 Re: M is for MANUFACTURER [huyhoang26]
May 26, 2008 (1:27 pm)
Versa SL at $12400 +TTL is a very good deal, the memorial day special only brings the Versa S down to 11999 +TTL
Could you list the dealer where you get the Versa SL from? Or City?
#319 of 577 Versa S Automatic Hatchback
May 27, 2008 (2:28 pm)
Just bought a Versa:
Versa S Hatchback
Cash Rebate: - $500 (Memorial Day Weekend Sale)
= - $1000 rebate or 1.9% financing
= opted for 1.9% financing (better deal)
= tax (6.75%)
=$250 doc fee
= $25.50 license fee
= $15,100 OTD
I think it's a great deal. $365 under dealer invoice. I was able to get the deal using Edmunds dealer quotes. I received "dealer invoice" price quotes from two separate dealers (don't buy over dealer invoice, seems to be the norm deal right now). I saved an additional $288 under dealer invoice when I had a third dealer say they will beat any deal and won't lose a car sale due to price.
This was all internet negotiating. Nothing face to face. Quoted me in an email $12,900 for same equipped Versa with dealer invoice being $13,188. Turns out they didn't have the identical car on the lot (of course). I relented on the color to Silver instead of preferred Blue Onyx and gained ABS instead of aluminum kick guards. Car was $13265 dealer invoice minus rebates. Got it for the same $12,900 quote even though dealer invoice was a little higher due to the ABS. = $365 under invoice.
#320 of 577 Versa Hatchback SL CVT
May 30, 2008 (8:45 pm)
Hey Hoang, good job getting that price.
Here's my price breakdown to help with the battle.
Five Piece Floor/Trunk Mat:_$155
Aluminum Kick Plate:______$130
Rear Roof Spoiler:_________$250
Price directly from my "Virginia Buyers Order-MAFD" form:
Price with delivery:______$16884.23
3% VA Title Tax:__________$521.50
Total Delivered Price:____$18000.00
Here's what happened. I came into the dealership and said,"I want a Versa HB SL for $16500 OTD." I got what I wanted so I can't really complain. This is during the Memorial Holiday Sale. So far, I love the car. It's onyx blue with beige interior. It had about 16 miles on the odometer. Feels very upscale for an "econo-class" car. I chose the Versa after test driving three different versions (M,A,Sports Auto with paddle shifter) of the Honda Fit. I found the Fit nimble, but has too much of an "econo-car" feel to it. Plus the CVT and the Inteligent Key a couple of the many awesome "upscale" things that I appreciate every time I drive my Versa.
#321 of 577 Re: Versa Hatchback SL CVT [jasonnwin]
May 31, 2008 (1:37 pm)
not a bad price for what you are getting real nice car what state did you bye the car in if you dont Mind me asking good luck with it Marco.
#323 of 577 Versa 1.8SL, Loaded
Jun 06, 2008 (9:37 am)
Hey guys. I'm back again; my folks are moving closer to getting ready to buy a Versa SL, loaded up. I'm interested in knowing a fair price. I know there is 1.9% and $1,000, although not combined.
They got an offer of Invoice minus $200, and 1.9%. Is this a fair deal?
Also, any idea on how much less invoice is versus the sticker? I can't find invoice prices on Edmunds.com (it says N/A).