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Old 03-02-2009, 01:48 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Vancouver - Jonker Nissan

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Unfortunately Nissan is only allocating us one 370Z a month, the ones I have incoming are all spoken for so far. I would have to special order this vehicle which would require a deposit. Nissan currently has restricted production of the sport model 370’s so it is even harder to get them.



As for good deals on this car (especially the sport models) because we are only allocated one a month and they are all selling for full price there would be no special pricing. The economy is down but high end cars still sell well, kind of weird.



With $5,000 down the financing payment would be $1,165.96 for 48 months

With $10,000 down the financing payment would be $1,048.76for 48 months



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Old 03-02-2009, 08:18 PM   #18 (permalink)
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5.9%....i just checked, there's some kind of promo and it's 5.65% now
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In Nissan's financing calculator I see the 5.65% when I select the option titled:

"If you are currently financing a Nissan vehicle, click here [ ]".

This will produce the rate you are speaking of.
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^^ exactly
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I've been dealing with Ross at Newcastle Nissan an he's been outstanding in digging up info for me including getting the color combos I asked for that are apparently impossible according to everyone one else in Canada.

Not sure who it was at the Nissan in the Richmond Auto Mall - assuming its Pan.... they were as useless as Victoria Campus Nissan. Couldn't care less if they sold me a car and I already had the one I wanted picked out! If they aren't putting any effort in they aren't getting any business....
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With regards to the response you received from Stadium Nissan; I noticed he mentioned 60 month term. Is this a typo or are some dealers offering different terms?
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With regards to the response you received from Stadium Nissan; I noticed he mentioned 60 month term. Is this a typo or are some dealers offering different terms?
Once you get approved for credit, you can choose from whatever financing options Nissan Canada offers. 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, or 84mo... and their rate is still 5.9%
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I just bought my 370Z from Patrick at Sherwood Nissan last night. He is the only person in Alberta that I could find to negotiate price with. If you decide to go there just tell him that you talked to Brandon and he will work out a great deal with you as well.
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Once you get approved for credit, you can choose from whatever financing options Nissan Canada offers. 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, or 84mo... and their rate is still 5.9%
ahh i never knew this, thanks for the info +rep

also, may we add to your thread with our own results from dealer emails? Ive contacted a few in the GTA as well as the Kitchener/Waterloo area and London and could share their responses too.
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Prime is suppose to drop to 2.5%ish this week.... or so goes the rummor..... however I've heard all secured lines of credit will be prime plus 2% - ouch....
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I noticed the payment estimator on nissan.ca is down for maintenance. I'm hoping they're updating (reducing) their rates!

Edit: Their payment calculator is updated now, and the rates are unchanged. They revamped it to mirror the look n' feel of the american site.

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Joker Nissan, very interesting name and also interesting points...

One 370Z per month? Can't really argue, because they are the dealer.

"restricted production"? No need to comment anymore.

370Z an High End Car?? (no offense, I am looking at an 370Z myself) But what about Porsche, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Pagani? I guess Joker here claims that they are in the same category.

Just my thought.
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LOL - its Jonker (pronounced Yonker) not Joker although maybe they should have been named Joker
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[B]Greetings J.C. My name is Richard Gartel, from Panpacificnissan (Richmond). Well I guess we have to find a common price that will make this happen! For your right the supply and demand on this vehicle is at a premium. I will give you and example of supply and demand for this new model of the Nissan GTR only supplied 200 across Canada. Originally this was priced at $83,000 + Freight and PDI and then Nissan said wait a minute we should sell this vehicle at $95,000 + Freight and PDI so away we go and still sold our last one last week at that price and sold out now for our allotment for the rest of the year. Hmmmmmmm, go figure! So I guess like you said let’s cut through the B.S. and what do you figure a reasonable return on this vehicle should be for our dealership? Make me a reasonable offer with a deposit (visa or mastercard) and I will take it to my manager and see if we can find one for you that suits your specifications! Looking forward to earning your business asap. Thanks, email me at rick.gartel@panpacificnissan.com .
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WTF I figure I should comby and kick em in the NUTz!

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