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2013 and earlier Nissan Altima Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • ckjesckjes Posts: 6
    Thank you for your tips.

    Hope i can make the deal just like yours.

    One more question, should i talk about the financing online

    before i get to the dealer??
  • glozaetaglozaeta Posts: 4
    2007 ALTIMA 3.5 SE 4DR AUTO
    A15-G
    SONOMA SUNSET, CHARCOAL

    Invoice MSRP
    BASE $22,658 $24,500

    FLO $127 $170
    MATS WITH HOOKS

    SGD $102 $130
    SPLASH GUARDS

    TEC $5,551 $6,400
    - Speed-Sensitive Volume
    - Radio Data System (RDS)
    - Diversity Antenna System
    - MP3/WMA Compatibility
    - Trunk Lid Trim
    - Rear Passenger A/C Vents
    - Illuminated Console Lighting
    - Compass
    - Leather-Wrapped Gearshift Knob
    - Driver's Power Lumbar Support
    - Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror
    - Homelink{ Universal Transceiver
    - Heated Driver & Passenger Seats
    - Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control
    - Rear Spoiler
    - Fog Lights
    - Power Sliding Glass Moonroof w/Tilt Feature
    - Leather Appointed Seats
    - High Intensity Discharge (HID) Xenon Headlights
    - Bose AM/FM/CD6 w/9 Speakers
    - Bluetooth{ Hands-Free Phone System
    - W/XM NavTraffic}**
    - XM{ Satellite Radio
    - RearView Monitor
    - Nissan Navigation System

    Xtronic CVT
    CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION

    VDC $780 $900
    VEHICLE DYNAMIC CONTROL

    Freight Charge $615 $615

    Total Inv: $29,833 MSRP: $32,715

    My price$29,633... $200 off invoice. Looks good to me.

    Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions?
  • pghaltimapghaltima Posts: 19
    I personally would keep everything open and I would just ask for the price first. You don't want to give the dealer any idea on what you will do because that is power. There is a 3.9% 3yr financing but I paid cash so I don't have to worry about all that crap.

    hope you get a really good deal....you have to keep all of us updated.
  • glozaetaglozaeta Posts: 4
    I GOT THE CAR TODAY!!! Final MSRP was $32,882 on the dealer trade. It was everything I wanted, TATALLY LOADED!! even had the kick plates! Final price was $29,633. $200 below invoice according to the dealer. I think I got away with a pretty good deal.
  • ckjesckjes Posts: 6
    Dark Slate / Charcoal Leather

    SL Package
    ABS
    Splash Guard
    Floor Mats

    Thanks you guys for your tips.

    Now the best offer i got is

    $25,000.00 O.T.D.
    Including tax, lic, fee

    without the spoiler.

    Every dealer says that there is none with the spoiler

    in CA.

    Should i keep going?

    Or you think this is a fairly good deal?

    Is it ok to put the spoiletr later at the dealer shop?

    THanks.
  • "* what is TTL?"

    Tax, title and license. Can be considerable (the tax part, that is--title & license all the same) depending upon whether you have a trade-in or not. Here in Texas, the tax is figured upon the remaining balance after trade-in. Suppose the total comes to $25,000--you're allowed $15,000 on your 1950 Ford Tudor Sedan with radio/heater/overdrive/plastic seat covers--you pay 6-1/2% on the remaining $10,000, plus whatever the title and licensing fees are, usually about $75. That's why it's critical to get as much as possible for the trade-in, not just lowers the price but the tax, as well. You'd have to take that into consideration if you were to sell your car to a private party. You might get $1,000 more, but you'd have to figure how much MORE it's going to cost you to pay tax on the whole $25,000 before it would be worth while.
  • jd10013jd10013 Posts: 779
    That sounds pretty good. you have to figure the MSRP on the car without any options, destination charge, or other extras is about 20,000. so for another 5k your getting the sl package, abs, splash guards, mats, taxes, tittle, tags, destination.

    If you realy want to save every dollar you can, just take that offer to another dealer and ask them if they're intersted in beating it.
  • I just bought a 2.5SL with SL pack, ABS, Floor Mats, Spoiler, Kick Plates, Fog Lights, Emergency Kit, Splash Guards, Wind Deflector for $24,000 plus TTL. This was 369 below invoice.
  • pghaltimapghaltima Posts: 19
    that's a really good deal. I got a precision gray, charcoal leather, abs,mats, wind deflector 2.5SL without spoiler, kickplate, fog light, emergency kit for 23,000. The dealers here in pittsburgh really didn't want to sell the car for 23,000 so your 24000 with all those extras is a steal.
  • vfxvfx Posts: 2
    Hi, I just got mine at the end of Febuary, and have been driving it for a while! I love it. I got it at 22,751 +TTL I had 3 dealers battle it out to get this price lol same package but without the Emergency Kit and spoiler :)
  • pghaltimapghaltima Posts: 19
    WOW, 22,751 is really nice. I just got my 07 altima 2.5SL 3 days ago for 23,000 without anything except for antilock, splash guard, and wind deflector.
  • adamlittadamlitt Posts: 2
    Bought a 2.5s with the following today:

    Convenience Package
    ABS
    Floor Mats
    Splash Guards
    CVT

    21,500 OTD. I reside in Charlotte, NC.
  • zink88zink88 Posts: 5
    What dealership?
  • dllovettdllovett Posts: 2
    I bought a 2007 Altima at the end of February with the following options:

    SL Package
    Connection Package w/ XM
    Spoiler
    Fog Lights
    ABS
    Floor Mats
    Alum. Kick Plates
    Emergency Pckg
    Splash Guards

    MSRP was $27,545, invoice @ $25,408 and I paid $24,498. I did have a dealer fee of $600 so after that, I came out $310 under invoice + TTL. Turns out I could have done better if I'd waited until March, with the 100,000 car event. I got an offer of $500 below invoice w/ no dealer fee last week...oh well.

    I'm very happy with the car - it is loaded and awesome! The seats were a little stiff, but are softening up a bit. It's a lot of fun to drive and the Bose radio is great.
  • Was just quoted $397 15k per year for 39 months...Zero out of pocket all fees including tax, title and reg. rolled into payment...The car is loaded with everything except a spoiler...Do you think this is a good deal?
  • adamlittadamlitt Posts: 2
    Modern Nissan - Huntersville, NC
  • "TEC $5,551 $6,400
    - Speed-Sensitive Volume
    - Radio Data System (RDS)
    - Diversity Antenna System
    - MP3/WMA Compatibility
    - Trunk Lid Trim
    - Rear Passenger A/C Vents
    - Illuminated Console Lighting
    - Compass
    - Leather-Wrapped Gearshift Knob
    - Driver's Power Lumbar Support
    - Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror
    - Homelink{ Universal Transceiver
    - Heated Driver & Passenger Seats
    - Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control
    - Rear Spoiler
    - Fog Lights
    - Power Sliding Glass Moonroof w/Tilt Feature
    - Leather Appointed Seats
    - High Intensity Discharge (HID) Xenon Headlights
    - Bose AM/FM/CD6 w/9 Speakers
    - Bluetooth{ Hands-Free Phone System
    - W/XM NavTraffic}**
    - XM{ Satellite Radio
    - RearView Monitor
    - Nissan Navigation System

    Xtronic CVT
    CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE TRANSMISSION"

    Hard to believe there was a day when a person drove out pleased as punch with radio/heater/overdrive! ;)
  • bv050506bv050506 Posts: 97
    I can't believe what you all are claiming to be buying your Altima's for. I'm in Michigan, the most depressed state in the union right now and I can't get a dealer to selling me a car for $500 OVER invoice. They are all talking $1,000 over or I can go fly a kite! I've got a 753 credit score and can easily be financed, but I'm getting treated like a red-headed stepchild. Congrats to all of you! Maybe I'll wait and find one in another state and just drive it back to Michigan...that would be fun anyway.
  • "I'm getting treated like a red-headed stepchild."

    No, you mean red-headed CROSS-EYED FRECKLE-FACED stepchild... Good luck!
  • bv050506bv050506 Posts: 97
    Exactly! I did some more negotiating yesterday and I've got 1 dealer to $195 over invoice but now he wants to go lower on the trade. I'm trading in a 2007 Camry XLE with everything but NAV, in superb shape. They are telling me $20K because it has 20,000 miles on it. They also admitted they'd start it on the lot for $26,900, I can't win. I may start a nationwide search for a dealer that will sell to me for under invoice which is $26,880 including destination. If I fly to Oregon or Florida, it would be a great way to break in the new Altima anyway.
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