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#403 of 630 Sept. 2009 Rogue S Pricing
Sep 16, 2009 (6:44 pm)
Hi, I am being offered $21,350 for a 2009 Rogue S AWD which includes 7% sales tax and all fees and tt&l. Dealer is in PA. I am also being offered $22.4k for a 2010 similarly equipped base Rogue S AWD. Are these 2 good prices? Can I do better? If so, any suggestions where? FYI, Northeast is only offering a $500 rebate while the rest of the country is getting a $1250 Nissan Cash Rebate - yet I can not seem to find any other region's deals that are competitive..
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#405 of 630 Re: Sept. 2009 Rogue S Pricing [bobkat463]
Sep 30, 2009 (2:48 am)
We went looking this weekend and were offered a 2010 Rogue S AWD for invoice minus $500. So, it sounds like dealer cash is already being offered on this 2010 vehicle.
We have decided to wait and either get a 09 Rogue S or get a Hyundai Santa Fe. If we were to go for a 09 Rogue, there is currently a $500 rebate plus there must be additional dealer cash being offered... I imagine in the $1000-$1500 area.
#406 of 630 Re: Sept. 2009 Rogue S Pricing [counselor4444]
Sep 30, 2009 (4:32 am)
I found deals for the 2009 Rogue S AWD in PA (fitzmall.com) as well as the 2010 Rogue S AWD. $500 off of Invoice should make the price apprx. $21,000 (assuming basic options of splash guards, floor mats and kick plates). Any price below $20,500 s/b a great price on a 2010. That is before sales taxes, title, tags, and any doc fees. The difference in cost btwn a 2010 and a 2009 is only apprx. $1,000 - and most of that is b/c of the $500 '09 rebate. If you can get a new '09 for under $19,500 - that would be a really great deal.
#407 of 630 09 Rogue SL pricing
Oct 04, 2009 (8:00 pm)
Hi, I just moved to Seattle area. I am looking around for a 09 Rogue SL 2WD. It appears we only have one car available in this whole region, and I've been offered 25,000 OTD (counting 1250 rebate) with premium package by a bunch of different dealers. I am thinking to make my offer at 23,000 OTD. Is it possible? If I go with AWD, will I be able to make a better deal?
#408 of 630 Re: 09 Rogue SL pricing [pawninchess]
Oct 05, 2009 (2:13 am)
Not sure about the Seattle area, but $25k for a '09 SL seems a bit high - if you factor in the $1250 rebate. I picked up a 2010 S AWD Rogue for $22,400 OTD - and that included 7% sales tax, doc fee and tags/ plates and NJ registration for 4 yrs. As a comparison - go to Fitzmall.com - a Pennsylvania dealer -where the staff is salaried and not commission driven.
#410 of 630 Re: Nissan Rogue from Fitzgerald [naughtyca]
Oct 05, 2009 (7:44 am)
The price of $17,764 is for a "S" FWD not a "SL". Also, rebates in the Northeast are only $500 and not $1,250 - so you should be getting the deal for $750 less - than Fitz is selling it. Fitz only seems to have a "SL" with AWD and not FWD - which is more expensive. Still getting a price of less of $20k - but w/o the Premium Sound Package. Whatever that costs - add it to their price and subtract out $750 - for your bigger rebate, subtract out AWD (as you only wanted FWD) and add in tax, title, tags and doc fee. That should be the final price you should be looking to spend. Please let me know how you end up.
#411 of 630 $21,000 + TTL for 2010 SL FWD with premium package and floor mats
Oct 08, 2009 (8:45 pm)
I have been getting quotes around the TX area and the cheapest quote I got was $21,000 + TTL for a 2010 SL FWD with premium package and floor mats. This seems like a really good deal and others dealers cannot beat it. I will check it out next week to see if this holds true. I am currently out of town. What do you people think?
#412 of 630 Re: $21,000 + TTL for 2010 SL FWD with premium package and floor mats [exbauer]
Oct 09, 2009 (5:01 am)
$21k + TTL for a 2010 SL FWD with Premium Package is a great deal. That is what a 2009 model with $1250 c/b should be. Even that for a 2009 would be a very good deal. I paid $20,400 for a S AWD - which is a bit cheaper than the SL FWD - but no premium package which is a $1500 option. Take the deal if they give it to you - just make sure that they do not try to add in any extra fees beside TT&L.
Does this $21k already include the $800 destination fee - and does it include any (if there are any) incentives?