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Yes, any 370Z that is at a dealer already (this deal may be taken off the table at any time. If it is, I can go through another dealer I

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Old 04-20-2009, 06:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Yes, any 370Z that is at a dealer already (this deal may be taken off the table at any time. If it is, I can go through another dealer I know of.).

The dealer is Lake Manawa Nissan in Council Bluffs, IA.

If my dealer can find a car for you with the specs you desire, you may have to pay for shipping if the car is outside a certain radius (I had to do this as well).

When my dealer gets back to me after a day or so of receiving your desired specs, he will give me a list of cars in your area. What color would you prefer (in order), if you had a choice? Also, let me know what options are non-essential.

Please let me know if you have already taken care of financing and have a car to sell. I would recommend you sell your car on your own and get whatever financing gives you the lowest rate. This will be much easier for my dealer if you already have financing arranged...and, doing both of these things first will save you from being ripped off twice!

I look forward to your PMs...

(Admin./Mod.: I apologize in advance if this is not the proper area for such a post...just wanted those still looking for a good deal to see this thread in a high-visibility part of the forum...)

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Old 04-20-2009, 08:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Yes, any 370Z that is at a dealer already (this deal may be taken off the table at any time. If it is, I can go through another dealer I know of.).

If my dealer can find a car for you with the specs you desire, you may have to pay for shipping if the car is outside a certain radius (I had to do this as well).

Also, if my dealer can find a car, I would appreciate it if you would tell them I referred you, because as an owner who purchased from them, I am entitled $100 for referrals resulting in a sale. (But if I have to go through the other dealer, I get nothing, which is fine by me because I enjoy helping you all out!)

When my dealer gets back to me after a day or so of receiving your desired specs, he will give me a list of cars in your area. What color would you prefer (in order), if you had a choice? Also, let me know what options are non-essential.

Please let me know if you have already taken care of financing and have a car to sell. I would recommend you sell your car on your own and get whatever financing gives you the lowest rate. This will be much easier for my dealer if you already have financing arranged...and, doing both of these things first will save you from being ripped off twice!

I look forward to your PMs...

(Admin./Mod.: I apologize in advance if this is not the proper area for such a post...just wanted those still looking for a good deal to see this thread in a high-visibility part of the forum...)
Whew ! that was a tough thread to follow.
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where is your dealer? And get me a Base sport 6spd White... Options none will take a couple.

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This guy is playing chinese mind games with his thread.. J/K thanx for the help.
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Anyone in PA, MD, NJ, DE area. Nathan Weaber at Eisenhauer Nissan in Wernersville Pennsylvania will give you an excellent deal as well, and currently has over 9 370z's in stock, and more on the way. Eisenhauer Nissan Wernersville PA (610) 678-8071 - tell him Clay referred you.
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I won't say it's impossible but I have doubts that any dealer is willing to sell a 370Z at true invoice price - the sale would not be adding to their bottom line at all; in fact, they would be loosing money with every sale (unless I'm missing something obvious here).
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I got a quote from a dealer in Kentucky where my ma bought a car for a coupe sport 6 spd with a couple lil options for around 31
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I only paid 28k for my base and it was with the chicane yellow paint.
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I won't say it's impossible but I have doubts that any dealer is willing to sell a 370Z at true invoice price - the sale would not be adding to their bottom line at all; in fact, they would be loosing money with every sale (unless I'm missing something obvious here).
Yes, you are missing that the dealers still make 2-3%+ even at invoice price (remember, destination charge is part of invoice price as well, and doesn't have a lower invoice rate like the car or options do)...
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Yes, you are missing that the dealers still make 2-3%+ even at invoice price (remember, destination charge is part of invoice price as well, and doesn't have a lower invoice rate like the car or options do)...
Sorry...I'm just not buying it but hey, I want people to buy Nissan's and I'm all for people getting the best deal then can get.
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I paid 28,500 for my base, and that included floor and trunk mats, which is a little over $250 if I remember correctly. And that was early Feb, when the car was really brand new, and that was for a car they didnt even have on the lot. Too bad the sales guys at the dealership were such a**holes, that I regret having dealt with them in the first place--would have gladly just paid more somewhere else, but that's an old story now.
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