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Originally Posted by g96818 Hmmm, i was at the dealer and they are still using $695 as the destination fee even better. use the extra $30 you save and put

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Old 05-20-2009, 08:49 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Hmmm, i was at the dealer and they are still using $695 as the destination fee
even better. use the extra $30 you save and put gas in the car lol
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Old 05-21-2009, 12:31 PM   #32 (permalink)
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The $695 destination fee IS NOT arbitrary. It costs money to ship a car via cargo ship from Japan to Long Beach, CA. It's not like a stork with a sling around its beak carrying your 370 is dropping it off one at a time from dealership to dealership. And if a new car is built here in the U.S., Canada or Mexico, it takes an 18-wheeler to deliver it. You know, an 18-wheeler requires fuel, goes through wear and tear, maintenance and costs money to subcontract a company to deliver vehicles for Nissan.

Dealerships always fill your tank up when you purchase a new car i.e. one that's never been RS'd as it's called, "registration of sale."

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Old 05-23-2009, 01:31 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Dealerships always fill your tank up when you purchase a new car i.e. one that's never been RS'd as it's called, "registration of sale."
I beg to differ on that one, good dealership do, the others you've got to brow beat into doing it. We will see as tomorrow I am going to take the numbers in and see what happens.

I'll let y'all know.

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Deal as planned purchased 2009 Monterrey Blue 370Z Touring/Sport, w/ Nav, splash guards, lighted kick panels, and all the mats at INVOICE, they didn't even bat an eyelash....and i big ol full TANK O GAS when I left w/o even asking for it. I'll post up in the new Z section when I get some pics. Thanks again to the members who helped in this purchase!!!!!

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Old 05-24-2009, 12:16 AM   #34 (permalink)
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I beg to differ on that one, good dealership do, the others you've got to brow beat into doing it. We will see as tomorrow I am going to take the numbers in and see what happens.

I'll let y'all know.

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UPDATE :

Deal as planned purchased 2009 Monterrey Blue 370Z Touring/Sport, w/ Nav, splash guards, lighted kick panels, and all the mats at INVOICE, they didn't even bat an eyelash....and i big ol full TANK O GAS when I left w/o even asking for it. I'll post up in the new Z section when I get some pics. Thanks again to the members who helped in this purchase!!!!!

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Good stuff. Since you mentioned "former 260 owner," I guess in those days a full tank of gas wasn't included? Well, glad to see you got what you wanted.
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Silver Base+sport MT? if so need price.

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If anyone wants a new 370z, and live in the S. Cali area, PM me. I know a place that's taking $2-3K off MSRP.
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Old 06-03-2009, 02:22 AM   #36 (permalink)
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Hey lemans, thanks for creating the doc. I went ahead and modified the destination (see attached). I've been using this at dealers I've gone to and the b.s. just disappears once they see I have the pricing. Luckily, no one noticed the outdated destination charge. I should be all set now. Thanks again.
Thanks! Hoping this will help me! Now to find the exact car I want!
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Old 07-01-2009, 05:17 PM   #37 (permalink)
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i've never had an auto loan before. do most auto loans have a pre-payment penalty? (can i pay off the loan early without incuring any fees?)
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Old 07-06-2009, 12:02 PM   #38 (permalink)
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Typically no, auto loans don't have a pre-payment penalty, but you should really read the fine print to be sure.

BTW, I reworked the document a little, so here's yet another version offered with respect and appreciation for the original:
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Thanks Rans!
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Hey guys first time posting and first time looking into the Z's. The wife has given me the green light on a Z and Im looking at the 370Z Nismo. I know the just hit the States last month and are probably hard to get a hold of, but I'm willing to wait. The question that I'm looking for is, does anyone know the Invoice and MSRP on the Nismo S-tune performance package?

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Old 07-18-2009, 02:08 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Hmmm, i was at the dealer and they are still using $695 as the destination fee
Some cars have sat on lots long enough to have been transported for $695. If the destination fee went up to $750 tomorrow, the dealers wouldn't go outside and change stickers on all the cars they had on their lot.
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Old 08-10-2009, 04:47 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Can someone add the Nismo invoice in here as well?


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Invoice MSRP

BASE - $36,551 $39,130

FL3 - $89 $115
CARPETED FLOOR MA

IKP - $148 $200
ILLUMINATED KICK

TMA - $65 $95
CARPETED TRUNK MA

50S - $0 $0
50 STATE EMISSION

Freight Charge - $720 $720



i know its not in a formal document but those are the prices. =]
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The Nismo Z is priced just under $40,000, and is a limited production model, which means you'll probably have to wait until the 2010 is out before you find a dealer willing to discount the Nismo. Most dealerships get 1 or 2 per year.
My dealership is selling the 370z for $1000.00 over cost which I think is fair. Nissan will probably put out a $500.00 rebate around December, usually the Z series doesn't have much more offered from the factory. If you work for a qualifying partner of Nissan, "Union Pacific Railroad", for example, you can qualify for a V.P.P. deal which is Invoice minus 2% (which Nissan reimburses the dealership for).
My dealership has 2 New 2008 Automatic Grand Touring hard tops, marked down to $31,000.00, blue and silver - If anyone is interested.
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Old 08-26-2009, 10:48 PM   #45 (permalink)
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I visited the dealer tonight and having read this thread I felt so much more prepared and confident about what I was doing. I definitely had leverage. I didn't take a print out with me, but I was dropping the invoice knowledge like crazy. I scared the finance guy off because he felt me out by saying the 370 with sport pkg. was $40000. I laughed at him and he left me with the salesman. It definitely sucks having to prove myself walking in because I'm a female. Cut out a lot of B.S. fast. Still shopping around. Thanks for this thread!
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