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2013 and earlier Nissan Altima Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • Hi. Was thinking of leasing, but got a finance quote of $24,200 on 2013 Altima 2.5 SL with tech/moon and mat/molding/lighting, silver/black leather. Basically $28K (I will do better negotiating on this) minus $3800 Nissan incentives ($500 cap cash, $1000 cust cash, $2300 equipment allowance). Dealer said the $2300 equip allowance applied to this car as it's been on the lot for 160 days.

    I don't know much about new car inventories, but is there a concern with a car sitting on the lot for 160 days? Sign of a problem? I haven't seen it yet as negotiating over internet/phone.

    I was first looking at a 2014, but if the $24.2K price and car is real, and I can negotiate down, hard to pass up.


  • Hi this a good deal?

    2014 2.5 SL with tech, nav, moon, floor mats, kick, splash, molding, ground lighting.

    Dealer Quote: $28700
    NMAC -$500
    VPP -$500
    No doc or misc, just tax/DMV.
    Final cost: $27700
    Invoice: ~$28693

    Is this a good deal for a 2014? I can get a similar 2013 for about $2K less, lower price and $1000 customer cash.

    P.S. Something soudned very strange when I spoke to the dealer again in the Altima in my previous post again!

  • For the 2014's invoice is probably the best price you will see right now. I would think you could do better than $2k under invoice on a 2013 though. Check for your area to see what competing dealers are offering for those same models.
  • Hello, new to this forum and can't find much pricing for the 2.5S on here. I was quoted 19110 after all $2000 in incentives. Is there room to move on this deal or is this a good price?
  • Thanks for the reply. I'm now down to $700 below invoice pre-incentives for the 2014 2.5SL fully loaded. Still looking around for 2013 as that could probably be gotten for $2K less.

    Dealer Quote: $28150
    NMAC -$500
    Cust Cash -$500
    VPP -$150 (incorrect at $500)
    No doc or misc, just tax/DMV.
    Final cost: $27000
    Invoice: ~$28693
  • elenahappyelenahappy Posts: 3
    edited September 2013
    Hi everyone,

    I am planning to buy my first car, and I found this forum so helpful. Thank you everyone!

    I am looking for a 2013 Altima 2.5 SV w/ nav, the MSRP is $28,140, and the dealer gave me $24,650 OTD after all rebates.

    These are the installed options:
    Nav package
    Convienence package
    Floor mats
    Trunk mat
    Ground lighting
    Splash guards
    Vehicle tracking system.

    Is it a good deal? How much room for negotiation? Thank you so much!
  • Just bought new 2013 Altima 2.5 SL, dark blue with tan leather, with splash guards, mats, wheel locks from Autonation Clearwater Nissan. Also got 5 yr roadside asst and 2 yr maint plan thrown in with deal. See price details below. Overall, easy to do deal with dealer, but they started with a very high price even though their online price was shown much lower. Once i threw their competitor prices at them to beat or I would walk, they were more willing to negotiate. Got what i wanted without having to drive to another dealer, Jenkins Nissan in Lakeland, which offered very low price with a few extras like kick plates and illumnation. Also got 0% financing for 5 yrs.

    Price breakdown:
    msrp: 28750
    Negotiated price: 23869
    dealer fee: 699
    battery fee: 1.50
    tire fee: 5
    tag fee: 99
    sales tax: 1528
    county taxes: 65
    title fee: 364
    factory rebate: -500
  • maygomaygo Posts: 1
    Does your OTD total price include taxes?
  • sunshine_boysunshine_boy Posts: 10
    edited November 2013
    Looks like this forum post was down for sometime and it appears back to normal now.
  • steverstever Posts: 52,572

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