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2013 and earlier Nissan Altima Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • There is a dealer in Tampa that has the 3.5 SE with the premium package, wind deflector, splash guards, and since it is the premium package I would assume leather seats (it just says black.) The internent price says $29,325. Any takers on how much I could get them to come down. I would like to think $27-27,500 out the door.
  • kash4kash4 Posts: 5
    Hi All,

    I have been offered 2007 Altima 2.5S CVT for $20,400 +TTL.

    Options include: Convenience package, ABS, Mud flaps and all season floor mats.

    Does this sound like a good deal for Minneapolis/St Paul area?

    Thanks for the inputs.
  • I'm a few hundred miles southwest from Minn. Five/6 weeks ago I picked up my 07 2.5S CVT for 20,400 +TTL, took the finance rate vs the $500 rebate at the time. Which according to Edmunds is $2 below invoice.

    Options: ABS, Side airbags, kick plates, mud flaps, emergency pack. I think that's it. No convenience package.

    Picked up some 2007 OEM 16" alloys off eBay for next to nothing to replace the steel wheel/caps.
  • Hi All,

    Haven't seen many quotes on here for a fully loaded SL. Wondering if anyone has experience buying it w/ all the options and see if the offer I got is good...?

    2007 Nissan Altima 3.5 SL
    -Aluminum kick plates
    -Mats w/ hooks
    -Splash guards
    -Rear spoilter
    -Technology Package
    -Vehicle dynamic control
    -Sunroof wind deflector

    MSRP: $32,875
    Invoice: $30,190

    Got a quote for $30,000 (including freight) + tax + doc fee. Is this a good deal? Please help.
  • gooddeal2gooddeal2 Posts: 750
    There's $500 or special APR incentive now. So, if you don't want to take the special APR, you should be able to get about 500 to 900$ below invoice. However, it depends on your area.
  • icbiicbi Posts: 3
    Hi kash4. I bought an Altima 2.5S at the end of July at a dealer near Minneapolis. I paid $19,794 + TTL but I only got the floormats. For the extra that you would get, it sounds to me like it would be a very good deal. Does that include the destination charge as well?
  • crf2318crf2318 Posts: 6
    This forum has been great with giving me the info I needed to make an informed decision on Leasing an '07 Altima 2.5S with the SL package. See exact numbers used in my lease below. I leased from Coral Springs (Florida) Nissan - the salesman was not that great, but I got the price I wanted and the Finance Mgr, Giovanni Centurino, was awesome and even saved us money at signing which is almost unheard of. Knowing the MF & RF helped me calculate everything to make a fair offer and know where my money was going.

    '07 Altima 2.5S with SL package
    includes Kick plates, First Aid Kit, Sunroof & deflector, Mats, Leather/heated seats

    36 month lease/12K miles
    MSRP = 25595
    Negotiated Price = 23575
    Total Paid at Signing $1000 (includes 1st pmt, & TTT)
    Monthly Payment = $355 - $11 ($500 College Grad Rebate deducted from Cap Cost) = $344/month
    Residual Factor = 57%
    Money Factor = .00214

    24136.73 Cap Cost (23541.73 Neg price + 595 Acquisition fee)
    -497.26 College Grad Rebate
    23639.47 Net Cap Cost
    14703.15 Residual Value
    11683.08 Total Pmts

    Make sure you ask about the Rebate b/c no salesperson told us about it, but Finance Mgr did at signing. He even threw in the Tire Road Hazard Protection for free. Let me know if you have any other questions.
  • kbochatkbochat Posts: 3
    Well I finally bought a Altima 2.5S unfortunately no SL package but we came close

    Splash Guards
    Floor and truck mats
    Fog Lights
    Convenience Package
    Custom Leather
    Sunroof with lifetime warranty outside of Nissan's
    Destination charge
    Heated seats

    Out the door was 23,708 + tax, title, and license with the 2.9 financing

    That is about 700 bucks cheaper than what quoted me, and the only things really missing are the alloy wheels, and the vents in the back seat.
  • Hello,

    I am in the market for a altima coupe 3.5 6MT with premium package. The MRSP is $28,715. The edmunds invoice price is $26,490. How much am I suppose to be paying for this car? How much discount should i look for? Im in the new york area btw. Thanks.
  • gooddeal2gooddeal2 Posts: 750
    I doubt you get that much of from sticker especially if they have only 2 or 3 cars on the lot. I think it might be better if you wait till Dec. or so.
  • movistarmovistar Posts: 22
    2007 Nissan Altima 3.5 SE
    Splash guards
    floor mats
    rear spoiler
    15,000 miles per year
    39 months
    366.48 down 38 payments to go.

    MSRP $25,775.00
    Selling price $23,895.86
    tax in VA $764.67
    registration $60.50
    Acquisition Fee $595.00
    Total OTD = $25316.03
    Monthly payment= $366.48
    I don't know the money factor, can anyone figure it out?
    Does this look like a good deal?
  • 2007 Altima 2.5S CVT
    Convenience Plus Package
    ABS, Splash guards,
    Kick plates, Safety package
    Floor mats

    $23,495 OTD with 2.9% financing
  • I purchased a

    2008 Nissan Altima 2.5 S, CVT
    Convinience Plus Package
    Winter Frost with tan interior
    ABS, Upgraded Alloy wheels
    Spoiler, and extended waranty up to 5 yr/75miles
    Free oil changes for life

    $22,135.46 OTD

    Getting my windows tinted for free this sunday. Overall I think I did pretty good, for a woman!
  • Hello all,

    I just been quoted for a new 2007 Nissan Altima 2.5S, Auto, Convenience Package, ABS, + Destination for $19798 for here in Southern California. Invoice is $20833. Is this a good deal? I'm also going to add a spoiler and floor/trunk mats. Anyone got a good deal on those?

  • cirrusscirruss Posts: 87
    Just picked up a 2008 Altima 2.5 SL + Connection package + Spoiler + wheel locks + Aluminum kick plates for $24200 + TTL. Spent 2 days haggling at this one dealer and they were ready to let me walk when I asked for another $500 off. It was difficult to get a lower price especially when they were still trying to clear the 2007. I also had the VPP Plan D buying option, but never used it since the VPP pricing end up being more than my negotiated price.
  • gooddeal2gooddeal2 Posts: 750
    Seem you got a good price...hard to believe they sell a '08 under invoice.
  • greanpea68greanpea68 Posts: 1,996
    It was difficult to get a lower price especially when they were still trying to clear the 2007. I also had the VPP Plan D buying option, but never used it since the VPP pricing end up being more than my negotiated price.

    2007 Altima SL's are pretty depleeted. The dealership you bought at, i would assume didn't have any SL 2007 Altima's
  • kbochatkbochat Posts: 3
    wow i need to shop where you shop. that is a great offer, that is 2000 bucks under tmw.
  • cirrusscirruss Posts: 87
    The dealer I was at had about 15-20 2007 Altima left. I believe most 2.5 did not have the SL package. They didn't have the white with blond that I wanted anyways. The sales guy told me the $500 Nissan incentive on clearing the 07 isn't big enough to draw a lot of buyers.
  • Here are two quotes for a 2007 Altima 2.5s CVT w/ Convenience package Long Island, NY

    Dealer 1: $20,800 -

    Dealer 2: $20,700 - w/ ABS and rubber mats

    I went to dealer 1 to see if he could match the $20,700 - $300 = $20,500 for ABS since the first car did not have ABS.

    He said "no way" and that I would ultimatly be hit with extras at dealer #2.

    Do these prices sound good? I will let you know how things go. I plan to purchase in a couple of days.
  • cirrusscirruss Posts: 87
    I will tell you how I came up with my negotiating price when buying the Altima. I read all the posts on this forum and collected the data for all the prices that people paid throughout 2007. In a nutshell, my summary is that you should definitely ask for $2100 - $2600 off MSRP. Now Nissan right now has $500 off the 2007, so you can add that to the discounted price I mentioned above.
  • gooddeal2gooddeal2 Posts: 750
    In a nutshell, my summary is that you should definitely ask for $2100 - $2600 off MSRP. Now Nissan right now has $500 off the 2007, so you can add that to the discounted price I mentioned above.

    According to your number, a base 2.5S auto will be around $17,800 with destination. That's $2000 under invoice. I don't think anyone ever posted that they got that low.

    I doubt you will find that many dealers will do that price unless they need to sell one more car to meet their goals.
  • cirrusscirruss Posts: 87
    I should clarify that these prices I am talking about was based on buyers on this forum buying either 2.5 SL and SL with connection package. I did not include prices from the 2.5 base model or the 3.5. If you are buying a base or 3.5 model, you can also review all these posts for this past year and collect your own data.

    Put it this way, I just bought an 08 2.5 SL and had absolutely no problem getting $2000 off the MSRP price and this was simply me walking in a dealer and negotiating with a regular sales guy (not internet pricing or anything special). I am sure not all dealers are willing to lower the prices but I think it's important for the buyer to know what's a good 'resalistic' price to negotiate for. I only started researching the Altima 2 weeks ago, and prior to hitting this forum, I didn't know whether people could get $500 off or $5000 off.
  • cirrusscirruss Posts: 87
    Over this weekend, a local Nissan dealer had an ad selling base 07 Altima for $17,777.
  • gooddeal2gooddeal2 Posts: 750
    Are you from CA? The price in CA is always lower than any other part of the country. I saw people getting '07 Camry LE for 18K in Jan. :mad:
  • I'm in CA, and I'm looking at a flyer right now that advertises a 2007 Altima 2.5 S w/ CVT for $17,777 (after factory and "college grad" rebates)...

    Also advertising the following:

    * 3.5 SE w/ CVT + Technology Package for $26,999
    * 3.5 SE w/ CVT + Sport Package for $21,999

    ...both prices after same rebates mentioned above, but the flyer does say that the sale ends 8/26/07.

    In a conversation I had yesterday from a local dealer rep, they indicated that there will be another sale over labor day weekend, presumably with similar deals.
  • hjchjc Posts: 9
    Congrats on your new car! :)

    That said, :surprise: :mad: you're a woman, and you actually say "FOR A WOMAN???!!"

    It's true that a lot of women do get screwed over when it comes to new car purchases, but come on, "for a woman???"
  • Hi, I'm trying to get the following mix in a 2007 Altima:

    * 2007 Altima 2.5 S
    * SL Package
    * Connection package (XM or Sirius OK)
    * Color: Precision Grey

    ...and I'm getting a quote of $24,002 on a model that has the right packages plus some extra bells and whistles (this includes the $500 rebate), but is not the color I want (IIRC, the one they have is Radiant Silver).

    Something about the price doesn't smell right, even though the sales rep says that the invoice on this model is $24,702.

    What's everyone's gut feeling (or real-world-evidence-based feeling) on the matter? I was hoping for something along the lines of the formula ciruss suggested in post #1203, which would put it somewhere in the $23,900 range (though I'd really prefer $23,500).

    I honestly didn't expect the best quote the first time around, but it kinda took the wind out of my sails. :sick:

    What do you guys think?

    I just thought of something else... how much should one expect to pay for TTL in CA for a vehicle in the $23-24K range?

    I'm assuming tax will be 8.5% for the county I reside in (so that would be around $2000-2040), but I was unsure about the other fees (i.e. licensing and doc)... what should I expect there?

  • greanpea68greanpea68 Posts: 1,996

    It sounds like you are calling around getting phone quotes. If they offered you that price for a differant color it is probably because they only have that color. It is the end of the month and maybe that dealer has to meet a quota. But for wanting a price of $23900 ( I know you prefer $23500) You are at a differance of $102. I assure you he is giving you the best deal. On that car with connection pkg 2.5 sl. I would take the deal as fast as you could.

    It's funny everyone always wants the best price out the door and when you get it you think something is wrong.
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