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Old 03-17-2009, 11:31 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Once you pick your company it brings you to a page where you pick the vehicle that you intend to lease or buy, so you can get a claim number. The 370Z is not among those choices. The link is in the first message of this thread.
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Old 03-17-2009, 11:44 PM   #47 (permalink)
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I'm currently attending the University of Michigan - I saw the University of Michigan on the VPP list. Does this mean I could get VPP for attending the college? Or do I have to be an employee to get the VPP? Sorry if this is a newbie question...
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Old 03-18-2009, 06:29 PM   #48 (permalink)
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Once you pick your company it brings you to a page where you pick the vehicle that you intend to lease or buy, so you can get a claim number. The 370Z is not among those choices. The link is in the first message of this thread.
It does not matter what vehicle you choose, just pick the 350 and take your claim form to the dealership. Happy shopping.

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I'm currently attending the University of Michigan - I saw the University of Michigan on the VPP list. Does this mean I could get VPP for attending the college? Or do I have to be an employee to get the VPP? Sorry if this is a newbie question...
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Old 04-01-2009, 09:16 PM   #50 (permalink)
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another piece of information relevant to this thread...

My preferred local dealer was actually excited to make the sale through the VPP program as they will immediately receive another Z from Nissan as all sales made through VPP program do NOT count against their allocation.

Allocation can be a big deal for a dealer if it is a high profile vehicle that tends to sell quickly.
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another piece of information relevant to this thread...

My preferred local dealer was actually excited to make the sale through the VPP program as they will immediately receive another Z from Nissan as all sales made through VPP program do NOT count against their allocation.

Allocation can be a big deal for a dealer if it is a high profile vehicle that tends to sell quickly.

A replacement car and 5% profit is a very good deal for the dealer. If he sold to you a car at invoice without VPP he would only make his 2% holdback and lose an allocated car. Looks like a win/win all around.
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I didn't see this on the first post. An actual calculator for business associates plans to give us an idea of what deal VPP gives.

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What kind of pricing are people getting with the VPP on the 370z?

Also the calculator had 2k additional discount on there, where did that number come from?

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put a zero in that, it's just for adding incentives/rebates.
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Once you pick your company it brings you to a page where you pick the vehicle that you intend to lease or buy, so you can get a claim number. The 370Z is not among those choices. The link is in the first message of this thread.
Just for the record; that piece of the form is for survey purposes only...it in no way restricts you to a particular vehicle or to a purchasing method.
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Hey everyone im not sure if this was mentioned yet but i found a link to the company search list.

Consumer Vehicle Purchase Program

I suggest you use this as I found several of the companys on the first post are no longer on that list... ie Nalco or 3M

Hope this helps
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I just wanted to post this for those in the market for a 370z in the Houston area. I found 2 dealers in the Houston area that have given me VPP pricing (David McDavid and Sterling McCall). I worked with Eddy Machete at McDavid and Stephen Baker at Sterling McCall. I bought at Sterling McCall because of the better trade-in offer. I chose the Monterey Blue Touring under VPP D plan pricing. The MSRP for this car is $35490. The invoice price is $32173. The VPP D Plan price is $32765.88. (side note- Sterling McCall had to dealerswap for the model/color I wanted. VPP restrictions prohibited them to add any items that were not on the manufacturers invoice which turned out to be the illuminated sill plate and window tint that was added on by the dealer. So I got those 2 addons "free" which Sterling McCall had to absorb in the deal.

I also contacted 3 other dealers (Baytown Nissan, Baker Jackson South and Tom Peacock Nissan). These dealers said no VPP pricing and were still asking at MSRP or $300 below MSRP even after I told them I had two firm offers of VPP. They either said that there is a hidden cost or told me I was mistaken. I would not recommend Baker Jackson South as they were the least honest about their business practices (telling me a particular car was available, then I find that it is sold to charity just before I get there, but of course, there are these other models available that I can purchase....etc)

I commend the two salesmen I dealt with at McDavid and Sterling McCall for being upfront and straightforward.

I hope this helps future 370Z owners in the Houston area
Thanks, I lived in Houston and this is very helpful information. I was planning to Tom Peacock Nissan but after this I would go to the others dealers you mentioned. Thanks a lot.
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Hey everyone im not sure if this was mentioned yet but i found a link to the company search list.

Consumer Vehicle Purchase Program

I suggest you use this as I found several of the companys on the first post are no longer on that list... ie Nalco or 3M

Hope this helps
So, can someone please post the new list!!!
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so would it be cheaper for us to purchase with VPP or at invoice price?
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