Last post on Apr 13, 2010 at 7:23 AM
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Nissan Altima, Car Buying, Car Financing, Car Values, True Market Value (TMV), Sedan
#5 of 6 Re: Altima 3.5SR sold without options? [wilo76]
Apr 10, 2010 (6:12 am)
agreed; when I was shopping last summer, my two local Nissan dealerships told me that they tend not to advertise the 3.5 versions of the altima because they feel the loaded up V6 versions take away from the Maxima and so they try to get rid of them, when they do get them on their lot, as soon as possible
They want to make it so that if you want a V6, the salesman will say, "oh well you'll have to move up into the more expensive Maxima if you want a V6" wink wink
Its just another shameful sales ploy by the dealerships despite the fact that you can get a V6 altima without loading it up to like $32k for around $25-26k!
#6 of 6 Re: Altima 3.5SR sold without options? [smarty666]
Apr 13, 2010 (7:23 am)
Your right smarty666, that's what the guy at the dealer that my friend knows told me what the price would be. I have a question and this goes out to anyone to answer. Edmunds says that the TMV for the Altima 3.5SR with standard options for my area in South Jersey is $22,182 and the guy at the dealer says that it's going to be between $25k-$26k. I definitely don't want to pay that price and I know it doesn't cost the dealer 25k-26k to buy. So, what should I offer more or less, based on the TMV that Edmunds says is the true market value of the Altima 3.5SR with standard options for my area. Hopefully my head isn't up in the clouds about being able to get the price lower...lol! Any suggestions please? Thanks