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2013 and earlier Nissan Frontier Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • greanpea68greanpea68 Posts: 1,996
    I think larry10 was making a joke...


    I can guarantee Larry was making a joke!

    Yes it is a great time to buy a frontier right now. But you will definitley not receive 75% off and Disney tickets....

    GP
  • Would you mind telling me the NJ dealer? I live in Ocean County and don't mind traveling for a deal.

    Thanks
  • offriffoffriff Posts: 1
    I just got a 2008 Nissan Frontier 4X4 SE V6 with the equipment package and tow hitch for $20,500 after rebates of ( $2500 + $1000) from Poughkeepsie Nissan in NY. Sticker was around $27,085. Do you think I could have done better? I have not picked it up or done the finance paper work yet. I put $500.00 down on a credit card. What do you think?
  • norm26norm26 Posts: 4
    I would have went for that deal. I'm looking for the same truck right now and I'd be happy with anything between 20-21K. The problem has been finding a 4x4 that's even available. The dealership is not wanting to talk deal over emails so it's been hard to get an estimate price.
  • lunlunlunlun Posts: 2
    When I heard about the promotion. I call the Internet Department in Oakland CA. They said they price match anybody.

    Got me 4X2 Frontier CC SB with Value Truck Package for $18,000 OTD. Can't be happier.

    GOOD LUCK BUYING!!!
  • LunLun, Is there anyway you could email me the exact promotion that Bay Bridge Nissan offered you. I just visited Dirito Bros. Nissan in Concord, and they where offering me a 4X2 Frontier CC SB with value truck package for $18,500 before taxes and fees. If there is anyway you could email me more info I would greatly appreciate it. My email is farzienrad@gmail.com
    Thank you so much for your help.
  • asaasa Posts: 359
    Yes, the manual transmission does translate into a lot of driving enjoyment. The 6-Speed manual is what led me to buying new my '06 Frontier SE Crew Cab 4x2, my first Nissan. It's a sweet powertrain with excellent gear ratios -- even my wife shifts it like a pro.

    I agree with you on the poor quality of the base stereo. I think new speakers might help me best.
  • picantepicante Posts: 27
    FYI

    Tonkin Nissan in Wilsonville, OR has been advertising on their Web site:

    2008 Frontier SE 4x4 V6 automatic + F01 (Value Truck Package) for $17,725

    According to Edmund's:
    MSRP = $25,260
    Invoice = $23,691
    TMV = $21,659

    I haven't checked this out personally, but thought it might be a helpful reference point.

    I have a sweet '95 Nissan V6 4x4 with only 45K miles, so I'm just waiting to see if they get even more desperate. Would jump at $16,500. (May not happen, but I don't really need a new truck.)

    -- Paul
  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    MSRP on a crew cab 4x4 se automatic with the value truck package is almost 27000. If your info is correct, if not you have probably have a manual trans.

    TMV has been a joke in one way or another for years, possibly (or not) on cars but epecially off on trucks, especially now.

    If you can get an 26700 se 4x4 crew auto with pwr and alloys for 17700 or thereabouts, you need a new truck, even if you have to get less than the books for your 95. That truck is ancient and the 05 redesign on a great improvement over the 04's much less that.

    If its a 26500 truck, canvas the dealers, try to work them down and buy it for 17700 if not. There is no such thing as a sweet 13 year old truck. (only of the memories of what you did in the back ;) ) This is a low volume vehicle. If a cars.com search within 30 miles produces only 20 or so hits do it, don't screw around too long for another 1000.

    Good luck
    --jjf

    FYI

    Tonkin Nissan in Wilsonville, OR has been advertising on their Web site:

    2008 Frontier SE 4x4 V6 automatic + F01 (Value Truck Package) for $17,725

    According to Edmund's:
    MSRP = $25,260
    Invoice = $23,691
    TMV = $21,659

    I haven't checked this out personally, but thought it might be a helpful reference point.

    I have a sweet '95 Nissan V6 4x4 with only 45K miles, so I'm just waiting to see if they get even more desperate. Would jump at $16,500. (May not happen, but I don't really need a new truck.)

    -- Paul
  • picantepicante Posts: 27
    Thanks jif.

    Should have added, this is an extended cab, not crew cab.

    It's about $7,500 off, which I'm guessing is $2,500 rebate + $5,000 dealer incentive mentioned earlier.

    I understand about TMV; just included for reference.

    -- Paul
  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    One guy mentioned before there are some 40% off promotions, which would be 10000 off. Enough additional info to suggest it isn't bs. Get 10-20 bids towards end of month on a crew or extended cab (whatever you want) and see how close you can approach this working with the 2-5 who need to make a sale. If you can get your 16500 or less (or a crew cab for a bit more) do it especially if you can get close to kbb or especially edmunds for your 95 trade in. They're blowing them out, stocks are shrinking and they will have production adjusted next year so August is it. Cars.com or Frontier website will help you email within a 150 mi or more radius. Obviously for 8500-10000 off its well worth it. This truck was untouchable for less than 4500 or so off in august just a year or so ago and still a 07 has a a kbb trade in value of around 18000 . (for what thats worth.)

    Good luck
    --jjf

    Thanks jif.

    Should have added, this is an extended cab, not crew cab.

    It's about $7,500 off, which I'm guessing is $2,500 rebate + $5,000 dealer incentive mentioned earlier.

    I understand about TMV; just included for reference.
  • Topeka Nissan in Topeka Ks...4x4 tow package SE...short bed extended. alloy wheels MSRP 27185 bought for 18186....

    Sale price of 20686 Rebate of 2500

    Topeka, Ks.. BTW started Sat morn with 6 SE on lot by the time I got up there at
    6:00 PM they had mine and one other with someone else coming to get it...
  • jfritschjfritsch Posts: 958
    Is the msrp on a 4x4 se extended cab with hitch,auto, pwr alloys etc about 25400? What did yours include for 27200?

    jjf

    Topeka Nissan in Topeka Ks...4x4 tow package SE...short bed extended. alloy wheels MSRP 27185 bought for 18186....

    Sale price of 20686 Rebate of 2500

    Topeka, Ks.. BTW started Sat morn with 6 SE on lot by the time I got up there at
    6:00 PM they had mine and one other with someone else coming to get it...
  • I got my deal from Lynne's Nissan in Stanhope, NJ. See post # 302 for my deal. They were having some sort of selling contest on trucks which helped.

    I love my new truck.
  • norm26norm26 Posts: 4
    I was quoted 600 below the edmunds TMV plus the 2500 rebate for a crew cab se 4x4 w/ value package plus ttl in Georgia. I'm thinking about going through with it.
  • what was your out of the door price with all of the rebates everything said and done pleas let us no. anyone get a good truck deal in New York state thanks so mutch Marco.
  • Lets see..I have base MSRP on 4x4 SE... Automatic and 4x4 is with des and handling is 25775
    Add Value Package..............1350
    Msrp is 27125
  • zzyzxzzyzx Posts: 5
    How does this sound?

    08 FRONTIER 4X2 KC SE KG-I4 AUTO
    AVALANCHE, STEEL

    APPEARANCE PACKAGE
    FLOOR MATS
    POWER PACKAGE

    $18,626.27 OTD
  • newo2unewo2u Posts: 1
    8/16
    Crown Nissan
    St. Petersburg Florida
    '08, 4x2, SE, CC, SB, VTP, sliding bed extender, Alert Red

    $17,775.69 OTD
  • picantepicante Posts: 27
    Lithia Nissan of Medford Oregon (Lithia is a pretty large network of dealers).

    Quote for 08 KC SE 4x4 V6 auto with VTP: $18,709

    According to Edmunds:
    MSRP + destination charge: $25,260
    invoice + destination charge: $23,691

    Another bit of info: A different dealer rejected my offer that included a $5,000 reduction for a "Nissan-to-dealer incentive for 2008 truck quota" and said "we aren't going to meet the quota."

    It looks like there may indeed be a $5,000 incentive that some dealers may receive.

    Happy shopping!

    -- Paul
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