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#504 of 577 Is this a good deal on 2007 Nissan Versa SL Sedan?
Sep 14, 2009 (8:44 pm)
I am wondering if the following is a good deal...
I am considering a 2007 Nissan Versa SL Sedan in magnetic gray with 27k miles. It has ABS Package and Convenience Package (keyless entry, bluetooth, etc.).
I am being offered $11,000 OTD price (I live in MD, so that's including 6% sales tax, $217 tags, and $100 processing fee).
The dealership told me what they're offering me is the Versa SL at the Versa base price. Is this correct?
What do you guys think?
#505 of 577 Re: Is this a good deal on 2007 Nissan Versa SL Sedan? [zd323]
Sep 17, 2009 (5:53 pm)
Update: just found out this car was involved in a major accident last year through Carfax report. It says the car was disabled, the whole right side of the car had to be replaced. So I guess it wasn't really a good deal then.
#506 of 577 Got 2009 New 1.8S HB Automatic for 14,700 OTD
Sep 23, 2009 (11:03 am)
Got Hatchback S with the following options for 14,700 OTD (3% state tax)
ABS ; Cruise; Floor Mats ; Power Package ; Rear Spoiler ; Flash guards
Dealer also offered Door Trims, Window Tint, Nitrogen gas.
#507 of 577 Re: Plannig to buy in 2 days... [ruchit]
Oct 12, 2009 (2:29 pm)
Did you buy the Sentra, and how much did you pay for it. Can you let me know the dealer, as am also in the east coast and considering a sentra. Is this a 1.8 sl as the options you mentioned like spoiler etc are on the 1.8 sl, what was the msrp of the vehicle u bought. The current reabtes available are 1250+500 bonus, which the dealer is offering me on the msrp.The bonus ends on 18th Oct. Appreciate ur help.
Oct 12, 2009 (4:10 pm)
This is a Versa Forum, not a Sentra one.
#509 of 577 Re: Versa Forum [sandman_6472]
Oct 13, 2009 (5:11 am)
Sorry about the typo, I was intending to buy Versa only.
I got the below quote excluding tax, tags ...
"2009 Versa 1.8S HB is $14,775 this includes the $1250 from Nissan as well as the $500 rebate for the tent event. The tent event rebate ends on October 18. The sticker price I'm using is $16,525". How much further can I negotiage/ what should be the price, I can expect him to come to. Any ideas as I intend to buy before the $500 bonus ends.
Oct 13, 2009 (8:28 am)
i also went to look at the nissan versa 1.8 S HB yesterday, with powerpackage (including cruise control and power windows, etc.) i was offered $14,900 OTD (the offer included the $1250 rebate but excluded the $500 rebate, as i was not sure if i wanted to purchase by the end of this week).
taxes are 6% here.
so, i guess if i went to purchase today, it would be $14,400 OTD
p.s. this was for an 09. i believe the 2010 versas only have the $500 rebate offer on them this week.
#511 of 577 2010 Versa S Hatch Auto w/pwr pack
Jan 09, 2010 (12:01 pm)
In CA over new years. Options were splash guards, mats, and power plus package.
$13472 + ttl. Also got Nissan 1.9% promo interest rate. Price included a $500 rebate to finance with Nissan. MSRP was $16065, Edmunds lists invoice for same equipment at $15381, and TMV at $15798. I'm happy with this deal.
#512 of 577 Nissan Versa Price Quote v. Finance Amount
Feb 05, 2010 (5:09 am)
I was quoted $13250.00 after rebate for a Nissan Versa Hatchback... They came back with financing and they want to finance it at $17265.00. Reason: COST OF DOING BUSINESS and EXTENDED WARRANTY... Now, I'm planning on saying NO Warranty and I will be getting my own at at least half the price... but where would that other 4GRAND come from. I've not signed anything other than a credit check... Looking for some advice.
I have a TRADE IN as well and it seems like they are low balling that.
I actually walked away... said I would think on it... still would like some advice.
#513 of 577 Re: Nissan Versa Price Quote v. Finance Amount [lonwes]
Feb 09, 2010 (9:56 am)
Was their quote OTD (out the door) pricing? Always ask for OTD, and to make it even clearer, tell them that includes taxes, title, registration and any other fees that they dream up.
Cost of doing business... lol. Good one.
Your quote might have been just the cash price. Then add tax and all the (real or unreal) fees and quickly you look at a totally different number.
Ask for OTD and compare different dealers and options.