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I have talked to several dealers and they have offered me what I want for invoice. I am getting a base 7AT with sports package, kick plates, floor mats, and

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Old 02-23-2009, 08:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have talked to several dealers and they have offered me what I want for invoice. I am getting a base 7AT with sports package, kick plates, floor mats, and splash guards.

Several have said they would sell me the car at invoice, but that they wouldnt finalize the numbers until AFTER the car arrived. They said that invoice sometimes changes, and that the invoice might be higher or lower in the next three months, depending on Nissan Corporate. They told me if its lower, then i get the lower price, but if its higher, I can either accept the higher price or decline the car and get my money back.

Is this a load of BS? Or is it true? they keep referencing the fact that the GT-R went up 7k a week before release.
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Old 02-23-2009, 08:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I have talked to several dealers and they have offered me what I want for invoice. I am getting a base 7AT with sports package, kick plates, floor mats, and splash guards.

Several have said they would sell me the car at invoice, but that they wouldnt finalize the numbers until AFTER the car arrived. They said that invoice sometimes changes, and that the invoice might be higher or lower in the next three months, depending on Nissan Corporate. They told me if its lower, then i get the lower price, but if its higher, I can either accept the higher price or decline the car and get my money back.

Is this a load of BS? Or is it true? they keep referencing the fact that the GT-R went up 7k a week before release.
Actually that's fairóboth ways. They cannot, by law, manipulate the invoice pricing or they can lose their dealership license here in the State of California.
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Do not worry, there is no way Nissan will raise their prices in these times.
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Yeah youre right about that. The only thing that would suck is if I wait a few months for my car, it comes in, and they say invoice went up, and I refuse the car, meaning I will have to reorder from someone else and wait a few more months.
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Yeah youre right about that. The only thing that would suck is if I wait a few months for my car, it comes in, and they say invoice went up, and I refuse the car, meaning I will have to reorder from someone else and wait a few more months.
hey kim what dealer was this i just got a response from a dealer and they said the same thing
if i order invoice might go up
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Mossy Nissan. They are all over SD County. If anything, i think it will go down given the state of the economy...
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