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I just got back from my local nissan dealer and they just got the release of the pricing today. i quickly looked over it he couldnt give me anything to

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Old 01-19-2009, 10:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got back from my local nissan dealer and they just got the release of the pricing today. i quickly looked over it he couldnt give me anything to take with me and he said it should be up on the site within the next few days.


base 6m started at $39,998++ i believe

sport pkg started about $43,000 + +

and sport with nav i believe was about $47,000 + +


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that's sick as fuuh, that means in a few years.. maybe even one, this car will sell used for under 30!!!!!! fully loaded civics taxed out are like 34 lmao.. i will forsure pick this car up in 2010 as an 09 model now..
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I just got back from my local nissan dealer and they just got the release of the pricing today. i quickly looked over it he couldnt give me anything to take with me and he said it should be up on the site within the next few days.


base 6m started at $39,998++ i believe

sport pkg started about $43,000 + +

and sport with nav i believe was about $47,000 + +


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Is that including tax? I guess I will take the Z's with me when I moved back to Canada.
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I just got back from my local nissan dealer and they just got the release of the pricing today. i quickly looked over it he couldnt give me anything to take with me and he said it should be up on the site within the next few days.


base 6m started at $39,998++ i believe

sport pkg started about $43,000 + +

and sport with nav i believe was about $47,000 + +


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Is that including tax? I guess I will take the Z's with me when I moved back to Canada.
you obviously know nothing about money, convert any of those figures into US currency and you'll realize it actually costs less.. for example, the 47 can = 37 us. but to buy it over here fully loaded is over 40..
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you obviously know nothing about money, convert any of those figures into US currency and you'll realize it actually costs less.. for example, the 47 can = 37 us. but to buy it over here fully loaded is over 40..
Are you talking about money exchange? I guess you don't know about canadian taxes. That's why I bought it in the US and take it with me to Canada.
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cool... i was right about starting at 39998....
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canadian invoice pricing is hard to come by...lol... those figures are what we need
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Are you talking about money exchange? I guess you don't know about canadian taxes. That's why I bought it in the US and take it with me to Canada.
For Zero, being from the United States, yes he should buy it in the US and import it as better deals are to be had in the US. But right now it makes more sense for Canadians to buy in Canada. Let's say hypothetically the difference between 2 identical cars was $37000USD and $47000CAD before any taxes. With a straight currency converstion of 1.25 (and the Canadian dollar is getting worse), purchasing it in the US at $37000USD would be approximately $46250CAD. $750 is a very small difference for so much hassle.

Secondly, for Canadians, you have to pay 5% GST when you cross the border, and 0-10% PST (depending on the province) when you register the car (unless you owned the car in the US for at least 1 year). So either way you have to pay tax. Plus the car is made in Japan so you have to pay an extra 6.1% duty if you import it.

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For Zero, being from the United States, yes he should buy it in the US and import it as better deals are to be had in the US. But right now it makes more sense for Canadians to buy in Canada. Let's say hypothetically the difference between 2 identical cars was $37000USD and $47000CAD before any taxes. With a straight currency converstion of 1.25 (and the Canadian dollar is getting worse), purchasing it in the US at $37000USD would be approximately $46250CAD. $750 is a very small difference for so much hassle.

Secondly, for Canadians, you have to pay 5% GST when you cross the border, and 8% PST when you register the car (unless you owned the car in the US for at least 1 year). So either way you have to pay tax. Plus the car is made in Japan so you have to pay an extra 6.1% duty if you import it.

That's true that we have to pay taxes when we get the cars back to canada. The 370Z will be used here in the States for unless 2 years. I got 03 350Z that will be going to canada too. The cars will be under canadian citizen who is returning home. I don't know if that will make it different on the taxes.

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man fully loaded it's still like $49k and for that kinda dough id rather pick up a benzo c350 sport or a 335i coupe... way more luxury and presence and still more than enough sport
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