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Old 08-16-2009, 11:25 PM   #44 (permalink)
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The Nismo Z is priced just under $40,000, and is a limited production model, which means you'll probably have to wait until the 2010 is out before you find a dealer willing to discount the Nismo. Most dealerships get 1 or 2 per year.
My dealership is selling the 370z for $1000.00 over cost which I think is fair. Nissan will probably put out a $500.00 rebate around December, usually the Z series doesn't have much more offered from the factory. If you work for a qualifying partner of Nissan, "Union Pacific Railroad", for example, you can qualify for a V.P.P. deal which is Invoice minus 2% (which Nissan reimburses the dealership for).
My dealership has 2 New 2008 Automatic Grand Touring hard tops, marked down to $31,000.00, blue and silver - If anyone is interested.
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