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what would be an ideal OTD price for 17 Nismo?

I got my 2015 Nismo non tech new for $39,800 before tax. I consider that to be a good price. I don't know if you could get much lower. Check

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Old 06-19-2017, 01:15 AM   #16 (permalink)
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I got my 2015 Nismo non tech new for $39,800 before tax. I consider that to be a good price. I don't know if you could get much lower. Check out
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I paid $44k OTD last year for my 17 Nismo Tech 7A/T had 6 miles on it, I have seen them now going between $37k to $40K depending on the trim, however you can find a used 17 for less with a couple thousand miles if you shop around. Really comes down to your location and negotiation. What I did was print out the sale price of the exact same Nismo Z of what another dealership in my state who had it priced $8k less than my local dealer. Showed them the paperwork, which they were not thrilled about and got it for that price. Now that I think about it I might have been able to get it for less had I drove up to the other dealership who was 3 hours away. Either way good luck and happy hunting!
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It must be nice to live in an area where Nismos sit on the lots or where you can bargain the dealer down. Where I am (in Canada) Nismos are rare animals and fly off the lots as soon as they appear. Dealers here will let you negotiate on every other Z but they won't budge on the Nismo. Mine was 45K (CDN), non-negotiable, but I'm not really complaining - it's a lot of car for the money. They WILL throw in things like extended warranties, or wheel/tire warranties, etc., but the price is the price here. And I was lucky to even get mine! It was the dealer's last one for the year and another guy, very seriously interested, went home to get his wife and I weaseled right in after he left and signed the deal. I'm nasty like that...

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