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2014 Nissan Maxima Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • rmm342rmm342 Member Posts: 3

    Hi - is this thread still active? I'm shopping for a 2014 Maxima SV with premium and tech. Anyone have any recent deals to post? I'm getting a price of $8,600 off sticker. Please post if you see this and have a recent deal.

  • mcdx3mcdx3 Member Posts: 1

    I bought a '14 Max w/the premium sport and technology pkgs. It was discounted about $7300, I paid just over $31K. Sounds like you are getting a good deal. You are gonna love the car!

  • nuvikasnuvikas Member Posts: 5

    I bought 2014 Nissan Maxima SV with Premium and Technology pack for $29,800 from a dealer located in MA. Splash guards and carpets were included in this price. It think that it was a good deal.
    I did not go for Nissan's financing to claim additional $500 rebate because the dealer started playing games with me quoting absurd interest rates with Nissan around 6% in spite of having top tier credit score. Then he quoted that he could get me 4% interest elsewhere. I had come prepared to go with my local credit union who was offering 1.49 % for 65 months and went with that when the dealer would not budge over Nissan's interest rates. I had heard from another dealer that Nissan offered 3.25% for 60 months but this dealer did not even come close to that. Can any one let me know what interest rates they got from Nissan.

  • vinnynyvinnyny Member Posts: 764

    I'm seeing prices in Phoenix for $8-10k off (including the $500 NMAC finance rebate). I'm worried that the car's value will drop precipitously when the new version comes on line next year. What has happened in past model changeovers?

  • nuvikasnuvikas Member Posts: 5
    edited August 2014

    I am planning to keep the vehicle for the next 10 years so saving $8-$10 K on a quality car was an important factor in making my decision to go with 2014 Maxima. After 8-10 years the price of a used car is not that much different from 1 year vs another year model.

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