Last post on Jan 14, 2012 at 3:43 PM
You are in the Nissan GT-R
What is this discussion about?
Nissan GT-R, Coupe
#11 of 23 Price for a GT-R Premium 2010
Jan 10, 2010 (12:32 pm)
I'm fairly new to this forum, and soon on the market to purchase my new car. I currently lease a BMW Z4M, and the GT-R is on my short list...huge step ! (I still really enjoyed my BMW).
I was trying to get an idea of how much discount I could expect for the GT-R Premium model, and also heard about mark-up.
I looked at TrueCar.com to get a report, and see that the "TrueAverage" was around ~77k from a ~84k sticker price. the factory invoice begin ~79k, it's below the invoice. It seems very unrealistic to me.
Also, while I recently walked into the Nissan Dealer to get the brochure, and see the car, I was surprise that they didn't have any (that was back in Nov), and it seems to be very challenging, or impossible to test drive, unless you sign the order...
Any feedback or experience (I'm in PA), would be appreciated before I start my process.
#12 of 23 Re: Price for a GT-R Premium 2010 [brunos]
Jan 10, 2010 (8:18 pm)
You should be able to get a '10 at invoice. You can even find them below invoice.
If the car is marked up, walk away. Mark-ups are no longer the norm.
I did have to start the paperwork before getting a test-drive. This is typical. Since they are all ~identically equipped, my advice is if you decide you like it, to check out eBay. They vary by up to 5K region-region. You might save a few Mr.Grants picking one up or taking delivery.
If you want a test-ride, the GT-R community is typically very friendly for most potential buyers. Especially if you attended a track-meet, there are abundant generous individuals that typically offer a thorough ride-along.
There are a few dealers that do give test-drives to serious buyers on the EC, and we might be able to get you hooked up with one of those as well. You might have to drive a ways once you get in touch with them though.
Where in PA are you? PM me and I'll see if we can't get you hooked up with someone in your area.
#13 of 23 GTR Maintanence agreement
Apr 03, 2010 (3:52 am)
I just leased a 2010 GTR Premium at dealer invoice. The maintanence/service contract to cover the car for 36 months is $6,500. I was told if i bring the car in for all scheduled maintanence it is more costly without a maintanence agreement. What is everyones experience with this cost? Is it worth it? I would appreciate any guidance and insight.
#14 of 23 Re: Price for a GT-R Premium 2010 [brunos]
Apr 03, 2010 (4:09 am)
Yesterday, I just a leased a 2010 Premium with the $3000 added paint job. Car listed for $87,340. I got the car at invoice $80,000 give or take $30. Dealers do not carry them if they are not certified GTR service centers. I live in Westchester NY and went to dealer just to see the car's paint job. They had 3, black white (just sold) and the super silver. They started the negotiations at MSRP. I told them to blow me away if they wanted me to take care that day. It took some negotiating to get this price, about 15 minutes of my time. This was lower than what a car broker negotiated for me by $3200. The black is still available. Its in the Bronx, NY. They were great to deal with. I took out the tire and wheel warrantee since I heard that the tires wear quickly. Wear is not covered but damging the low profile tires or rims in a pot hole is. One tire and rim is way more than the cost of the entire warrantee for 5 years. Im still deciding ( I have until monday) to go for the service maintanence warrantee $6500 which covers all required maintanence over first 3 years
#15 of 23 Re: Price for a GT-R Premium 2010 [barry2277]
Apr 04, 2010 (10:53 pm)
I've found you can haggle the price of maintenance as well. So hard to say if it is worth it in anything but retrospect.
Depends where you are located and what your local dealer can hook you up with. If they won't come down on price of maintenance because you don't have other local Nissan dealerships to 'compete' against one-another, then it is what it is.
I live in an area with 4 or 5 local Nissan dealerships, and one I encountered is willing to drop the price of maintenance by a significant amount to win your business.
Congrats on the lease!
#16 of 23 Re: Price for a GT-R Premium 2010 [bigmclargehuge]
Apr 15, 2010 (7:30 am)
For those of you that lease the GT-R, what were the conditions of your leases and what are your average monthly payments? I'm trying to get an idea before having to sit in a cubicle at my local dealer for two hours working out the "numbers". Thanks for your input!
#17 of 23 Re: Price for a GT-R Premium 2010 [mv2]
Apr 16, 2010 (4:55 am)
I went with a 60-month/ 60K miles. $1002/month on a $73K car (Old MSRP).
#18 of 23 Re: Price for a GT-R Premium 2010 [bigmclargehuge]
Apr 16, 2010 (5:51 am)
Thanks for the reply! Thats pretty much what I thought it would come out to. More incentive for me to pay off my current car and get one.
#19 of 23 Re: Warranties on tracks... same 'ole, same 'ole. [bigmclargehuge]
Mar 29, 2011 (4:05 pm)
good to know
#20 of 23 What is the APR or Money factor on 2012 GT-R Black
Apr 05, 2011 (1:36 pm)
Does anyone know the current lease money factor for the 2012 GT-R Black?