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Hey guys I'm just curious as to what you think a good price is for a 2010 370z with base+sport package, 4280 miles, after market rims? Thanks

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Old 02-11-2012, 02:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys I'm just curious as to what you think a good price is for a 2010 370z with base+sport package, 4280 miles, after market rims?

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Retail on this car is $33,400
trade in $28,400
subtract two figures gives you the range to determine whole dealer cost- Range = $5000

Subtract trade in price $28,400 - $5000 range = $23,400 actual dealer cost

Offer the no mre than $24,400 on it and start your offer at $23,900

If they don't take it at first don't worry they will be calling you up latter in the day or next to accept your offer.
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I doubt you can get it for 23K, especially with 4,XXX. I think 25-26K is a more reasonable price.
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Retail on this car is $33,400
trade in $28,400
subtract two figures gives you the range to determine whole dealer cost- Range = $5000

Subtract trade in price $28,400 - $5000 range = $23,400 actual dealer cost

Offer the no mre than $24,400 on it and start your offer at $23,900

If they don't take it at first don't worry they will be calling you up latter in the day or next to accept your offer.
yeah I'm highly doubting this as well unless the dealer just really wants to move the car quickly for some reason, in which case I'd be curious...

does the car have touring or nav? any other options? do you know what rims they are?

I'd say you'd be getting a good deal at 27-28k
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yeah I'm highly doubting this as well unless the dealer just really wants to move the car quickly for some reason, in which case I'd be curious...

does the car have touring or nav? any other options? do you know what rims they are?

I'd say you'd be getting a good deal at 27-28k
I believe it's just base+sports no nav. I'm not sure what type of rims they are but I'll attach a picture.

What should I start the offer at?
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They look stock to me, Just painted. Btw, Blue with the black rims is VERY sexy :P
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yeah those are actually just the stock 19" rays painted black. looks good
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how much is the dealer listing it for? that will give us a better idea
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27k-28k is a good deal right now. Come spring. That car will go up another 2k. Since the wheels are painted I would try to get an extra grand off from the bottom price if possible.... feel him out.. you can say they messed up by damaging a stock part with paint and see where it goes...
You can't follow altima financial advice on a niche car like a 370z. No dealer is going to only make a grand on a car unless they choose to. And the Z sells at twice the rate used as it does new. Everybody wants a discount on a sports car by buying used.
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how much is the dealer listing it for? that will give us a better idea
It's listed for 29,8 right now, so you guys think 27-28 would be a good deal?

Also thanks for the help.
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It's listed for 29,8 right now, so you guys think 27-28 would be a good deal?

Also thanks for the help.
doesn't hurt to lowball it. maybe try for 26 and walk if they don't counteroffer. they might call you and offer 27k. also, keep in mind the OTD price, most important thing is how much your willing to pay after TTL.
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doesn't hurt to lowball it. maybe try for 26 and walk if they don't counteroffer. they might call you and offer 27k. also, keep in mind the OTD price, most important thing is how much your willing to pay after TTL.
What other fees are there after tax, title and license?
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What other fees are there after tax, title and license?
what I'm saying is make sure you know what the absolute final OTD price is before you make your decision
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What other fees are there after tax, title and license?
That should be it, unless you have it delivered, theres a destination charge.
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You would have to be stupid to pay $28k - $29k for this car, when you can buy the same model in a 2012 for only $33k. Most cars loose at least $5k per year. Do the math its simple, the actual real value of the car is what a dealer is willing to buy one from you and the amount of profit they want for it.

The real value of this car is what you could get for it the very next day after you bought it, due to factors like, job loss, family emergency etc. specially on a used car and don't forget about the loss of the sales tax you paid.

So the real value of the car is $23,500 and allowing the dealer to make a $1k profit on the deal is more than enough.

Don't pay anymore than $25k for this car.
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