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  • prozario01prozario01 Member Posts: 27
    stever said:

    Congratulations! What color?

    Midnight Jade ..... was a tossup between that and the white - but we went with Jade as it had the auto-dim mirror, white one didn't have it. Got bit worried about keeping white car clean etc.
  • prozario01prozario01 Member Posts: 27
    anyone installed remote starter? I've heard some issue with this model & getting dealer to install one.
  • morse5morse5 Member Posts: 3
    Is aquisition/disposition fee, DMV, doc fee or bank fee negotiable in a lease or are they preset amounts?
  • MichaellMichaell Moderator Posts: 240,801
    morse5 said:

    Is aquisition/disposition fee, DMV, doc fee or bank fee negotiable in a lease or are they preset amounts?

    Of those listed, the only one that is sort of negotiable is the doc fee; the dealer will tell you that they have to charge everyone the same amount. You can adjust your offer to offset that fee.

    Everything is is mandated either by the state or the bank and cannot be negotiated out.

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  • prozario01prozario01 Member Posts: 27
    can someone comment on this .. bought the rouge, the delaer put $308 for license and tire fee. I'm in NJ 07002. Got a mail - saying i owe additional $100 to pickup the license - they'll show the breakdown. This is on top of doc fee ($300). Anywhere i can check, what exact price i should be paying? Just want to make sure i don't get ripped off.
  • ahashmiahashmi Member Posts: 141
    edited February 2015

    can someone comment on this .. bought the rouge, the delaer put $308 for license and tire fee. I'm in NJ 07002. Got a mail - saying i owe additional $100 to pickup the license - they'll show the breakdown. This is on top of doc fee ($300). Anywhere i can check, what exact price i should be paying? Just want to make sure i don't get ripped off.

    Tire fee is fixed $7.50.

    They are correct when they say you have to pay the difference as they most likely miscalculated how much it'd cost to register the vehicle (like a venza i got once, they calculated as a car, but it was actually an SUV, etc).

    You can calculate it here. http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/regfee/index.html

    The doc fee, and title and registration fee have no correlation with one another.
  • prozario01prozario01 Member Posts: 27
    ahashmi said:

    can someone comment on this .. bought the rouge, the delaer put $308 for license and tire fee. I'm in NJ 07002. Got a mail - saying i owe additional $100 to pickup the license - they'll show the breakdown. This is on top of doc fee ($300). Anywhere i can check, what exact price i should be paying? Just want to make sure i don't get ripped off.

    Tire fee is fixed $7.50.

    They are correct when they say you have to pay the difference as they most likely miscalculated how much it'd cost to register the vehicle (like a venza i got once, they calculated as a car, but it was actually an SUV, etc).

    You can calculate it here. http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/regfee/index.html

    The doc fee, and title and registration fee have no correlation with one another.
    thanks .. only thing i can think of .. i checked that calculator earlier, there ware two tiers of SUV .. and if you go with SL vs SV trim - SL weighs bit more and goes right over the weight cutoff - so the fee is about $100 more. Perhaps that is the case - as long as it is legit fee that they pay out to 3rd party - there is no issue. Was surprised that they would miscalculate, being that they are in NJ, and they do this on daily basis.
  • gugulingugulin Member Posts: 14
    amitk40 said:

    I just bought a White 2015 Rogue SV AWD with Family and Premium packages, splash guards, Floor Mats and Auto dim inside mirror from WA State area. MSRP was $30,420 plus TTL. White color is extra 395$ but I loved white. Finally settled it for 26,990 + Taxes and got financed for 3 years with 0% interest and down payment. First 2 oil changes free. Is it good deal or I missed. I didn't see the Forum earlier ?

    Family package means your Rogue is a 7-seater right? Can you share real world experience on 3rd row seats? Is it practical to use?
  • tbone35tbone35 Member Posts: 1
    hi everyone i'm new to this car buying always bought used cars never new so i would appreciate your guys input and opinions i'm looking for a 2015 rogue s no options was quoted 23,199.22 out the door im in NC i think its high but they won't lower what do you guys think? thank you
  • steverstever Guest Posts: 52,454
    If you aren't in any hurry, the best deals are generally at the end of the month when (most) dealers are trying to make their sales numbers.

    Never hurts to get more quotes either.

    You can drill down using the Make|Model tabs up top and see what our True Market number is before your taxes and fees. That's the number to try to beat.
  • rizzie1rizzie1 Member Posts: 1
    I just purchased a Rogue SV with premium package and floor mats, MSRP $28,535 at a dealership in Hamilton Twp. NJ. I traded in a 2011 Hyudai Sonata GLS with 45K miles in good condition. The price of the car was $25,069. I used the Buyers Edge to get this price before going to the dealership. They gave me $9,000 for the trade for a total price of $16,069 before tax and tags. I opted for the 0% financing so the price included a $250 rebate.
  • MichaellMichaell Moderator Posts: 240,801
    rizzie1 said:

    I just purchased a Rogue SV with premium package and floor mats, MSRP $28,535 at a dealership in Hamilton Twp. NJ. I traded in a 2011 Hyudai Sonata GLS with 45K miles in good condition. The price of the car was $25,069. I used the Buyers Edge to get this price before going to the dealership. They gave me $9,000 for the trade for a total price of $16,069 before tax and tags. I opted for the 0% financing so the price included a $250 rebate.

    Congratulations! Enjoy your new Nissan!

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  • viennavarmitviennavarmit Member Posts: 6
    Got an AWD 2015 Rogue SV, MSRP $26,935.00
    $23,186 (includes 885 Freight)
    +300 Dealer Processing Charge
    +4 Tire Recycling
    +910.86 Tax (VA)
    +20 Registration
    +55.50 Title Fees
    +15.00 Temporary Tag fees
    -1000 (250 nmac financing and 750 customer cash)
    = 23491.18 OTD
    Also got 2.49% financing. Not the best deal I've gotten from Nissan but on the road for ~23.5 was fine because the model is relatively new.
  • shimimaromshimimarom Member Posts: 7
    This is the first time I'm writing here but wanted to report my new lease.
    Nissan Rogue 2015 S AWD with Family Package
    $400 1st payment Including title and registration
    Monthly payment - $285

    I hope this helps.


  • MichaellMichaell Moderator Posts: 240,801

    This is the first time I'm writing here but wanted to report my new lease.
    Nissan Rogue 2015 S AWD with Family Package
    $400 1st payment Including title and registration
    Monthly payment - $285

    I hope this helps.


    May I ask for a few more details?

    MSRP
    Selling Price
    Lease term and miles per year

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  • eieretereiereter Member Posts: 12
    edited April 2015
    Leased AWD SL with premium package, 330/month, 2500 down payment, that incl. tax and lic. 12000 miles/y 2y
    Msrp was 29300 + 1900 premium package + 500 mats etc.
    totals on the lease contract was
    msrp 33150
    residual 67%
    Registration fee 101
    doc fee 168
    title fee 95
    electronic fee 25
    tax 8%

    0.15 / mile extra
    395 disposition fee end lease
    have to pay for the maintenance myself

    i am new to the states so the insurance is 150/month with Geico - cheapest I could get for a leased car

    i also discovered that Nissan automatically includes Gap insurance, so I don't need it

    btw what is Sell rate, any idea ? 

    Apparently Nissan closes year in March, so it might pay off to hang around dealership on 31 march ;)
  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 236,405
    eiereter said:

    Leased AWD SL with premium package, 330/month, 2500 down payment, that incl. tax and lic. 12000 miles/y 2y
    Msrp was 29300 + 1900 premium package + 500 mats etc.
    totals on the lease contract was
    msrp 33150
    residual 67%
    Registration fee 101
    doc fee 168
    title fee 95
    electronic fee 25
    tax 8%

    0.15 / mile extra
    395 disposition fee end lease
    have to pay for the maintenance myself

    i am new to the states so the insurance is 150/month with Geico - cheapest I could get for a leased car

    i also discovered that Nissan automatically includes Gap insurance, so I don't need it

    btw what is Sell rate, any idea ? 

    Apparently Nissan closes year in March, so it might pay off to hang around dealership on 31 march ;)

    The "sell rate" is the money factor the dealer uses to calculate the lease. The "buy rate" is the base rate provided by the bank. Sometimes the sell rate is marked up over the buy rate, to provide extra profit for the dealer.

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  • pman5pman5 Member Posts: 11
    Just bought a rogue sl awd premium pk. Mud guards, number cover, auto mirror and floor mats in pearl white. Paid 29603. Plus 299. Doc and 399 mv fee. Think I got a decent price in central NJ.
  • pman5pman5 Member Posts: 11
    Sorry bumper cover!
  • MichaellMichaell Moderator Posts: 240,801
    pman5 said:

    Just bought a rogue sl awd premium pk. Mud guards, number cover, auto mirror and floor mats in pearl white. Paid 29603. Plus 299. Doc and 399 mv fee. Think I got a decent price in central NJ.

    Congrats on the new Rogue!

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  • rogueman2015rogueman2015 Member Posts: 1
    edited May 2015
    Hi All,

    Can you give me your *honest* opinion on this deal?

    Purchase made in Tampa, Fl. on 5/2/2015.... Car was pretty much straight off the truck and newly manufactured.

    2015 Nissan Rogue SV w/ SV Premium Package: Car had 6 miles at purchase.
    ----- Options Overview -----
    So Navigation and all associated perks with this package.
    Bluetooth, Satellite Radio, Etc.
    Lane and Blindspot Assists
    Around View Cameras
    Chrome Rear Bumper
    Wheel Locks
    Full Tint
    Standard Car Mats
    Rubber Car Mats (I negotiated this during final negotiations so we will probably sell one of the mats on Amazon)
    Full Tank Gas
    1st Oil Change Free

    ----- Prices Overview -----
    MSRP: $27,480
    Discount: $3,309.08
    Manufactur Rebates to Customer: $250 (We took 0% financing for 60 months instead of 3.79% which allowed +$500 more rebates)

    So Dealership Discounted Price was: $23,920.92
    Taxable Fees: $106.50
    Pre-Delivery Service Fee: $699
    Florida Sales Tax: $1,548.59
    Tag\Title\Etc: $200

    Balance OTD: $26,475.01

    We did take the 0% Financing for 60 Months through Nissan which lost us $500 in Rebates but it was better to lose the rebate than pay 3.79% (or secure our own financing). We also paid $9,000 down so financing total was like $17,475 or so. Payment is $291\Month.

    In terms of OTD cost, is this a poor\good\great deal? I felt like I did an excellent job negotiating but want to know if I could have done a little better for future reference... I do plan on buying another new car in 2-3 years to replace our aging Civic and want to know how I did with this purchase. As it stood, I did leave the dealership when they wouldn't go lower then $26,800 sales prices (without TTL) and the sales rep literally got in a car to wave us down to come back while the Manager called me to negotiate over the phone. Manager agreed to $26,500 OTD with 0% financing over phone so we turned around and purchased it.

    Thanks for your HONEST opinion!! :smile:


  • kelvinchufeikelvinchufei Member Posts: 1
    edited May 2015
    Bought a 2015 Nissan Rogue SV AWD from a Hillside, NJ dealer.

    MSRP: $27,240
    Discount: $3,390 ($250 Manufacture Rebates included, together w/ 0% financing for 60 months)
    Dealer Discounted Price was: $23,850
    Dealer Fee: $399
    CT Sales Tax (6.35%): $1,514
    Tag\Title\DMV fee: $150

    Balance OTD: $25,913
  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 236,405

    Bought a 2015 Nissan Rogue SV AWD from a Hillside, NJ dealer.

    MSRP: $27,240
    Discount: $3,390 ($250 Manufacture Rebates included, together w/ 0% financing for 60 months)
    Dealer Discounted Price was: $23,850
    Dealer Fee: $399
    CT Sales Tax (6.35%): $1,514
    Tag\Title\DMV fee: $150

    Balance OTD: $25,913

    Congrats!

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  • michmorg214michmorg214 Member Posts: 8
    I've been shopping 2015 Rogue AWD AL w/premium package for months.

    Below is the deal I got and wondering if it is good. I also calculated the sales tax to be less (7% in NJ)
    Also, doc fee and dmv seem high. Window etch? is that necessary?

    Sales Price $28,873
    Doc Fee $449
    Window Etch $349
    DMV Fee $403
    Reg Fee $7.50
    Tire Fee $5.50
    Sales Tax $2,287
    Total Price $32,376

    Any insight would be much appreciated :)
  • steverstever Guest Posts: 52,454
    edited May 2015
    lol, window etching is worthless. If you insist, you can get a kit from JC Whitney for $10 and do it yourself. And yeah, the doc fee is a rip too.

    The sales price, on the other hand, doesn't sound bad. I get $29,995 when I look up TMV for a Newark zip code (you mean the SL trim I think?). That includes destination and the current $500 incentive we show.

    I'd try taking the $28k sales price you have and add in the sales tax and counter with that number as your "out the door" price. Don't know about that high DMV fee but you could call DMV and ask I suppose. Could be legit.
  • alexzzzalexzzz Member Posts: 5

    Hi All,

    Can you give me your *honest* opinion on this deal?

    Purchase made in Tampa, Fl. on 5/2/2015.... Car was pretty much straight off the truck and newly manufactured.

    2015 Nissan Rogue SV w/ SV Premium Package: Car had 6 miles at purchase.
    ----- Options Overview -----
    So Navigation and all associated perks with this package.
    Bluetooth, Satellite Radio, Etc.
    Lane and Blindspot Assists
    Around View Cameras
    Chrome Rear Bumper
    Wheel Locks
    Full Tint
    Standard Car Mats
    Rubber Car Mats (I negotiated this during final negotiations so we will probably sell one of the mats on Amazon)
    Full Tank Gas
    1st Oil Change Free

    ----- Prices Overview -----
    MSRP: $27,480
    Discount: $3,309.08
    Manufactur Rebates to Customer: $250 (We took 0% financing for 60 months instead of 3.79% which allowed +$500 more rebates)

    So Dealership Discounted Price was: $23,920.92
    Taxable Fees: $106.50
    Pre-Delivery Service Fee: $699
    Florida Sales Tax: $1,548.59
    Tag\Title\Etc: $200

    Balance OTD: $26,475.01

    We did take the 0% Financing for 60 Months through Nissan which lost us $500 in Rebates but it was better to lose the rebate than pay 3.79% (or secure our own financing). We also paid $9,000 down so financing total was like $17,475 or so. Payment is $291\Month.

    In terms of OTD cost, is this a poor\good\great deal? I felt like I did an excellent job negotiating but want to know if I could have done a little better for future reference... I do plan on buying another new car in 2-3 years to replace our aging Civic and want to know how I did with this purchase. As it stood, I did leave the dealership when they wouldn't go lower then $26,800 sales prices (without TTL) and the sales rep literally got in a car to wave us down to come back while the Manager called me to negotiate over the phone. Manager agreed to $26,500 OTD with 0% financing over phone so we turned around and purchased it.

    Thanks for your HONEST opinion!! :smile:


    Pretty good deal I would say. Mine was a similar deal (minus the tint and rubber mat) except I got the AWD version and a trade in which means less tax.


    MSRP: $28,875
    Discounted to -$3,725
    Rebate -$250 ( 0% percent 72 months, I thought it was only 60 months, it's in the finance contract I signed, so no take-backsy)
    Tax $880 (8% in PA, less because of $14k trade in on $11,500 payoff)
    tags/title/paperwork $297

    OTD $26,177 (would have been $27,297 without trade in tax difference, saved $1120 on taxes)

    There was no extra fees like pre-delivery service fee or taxable. The only extra fee anyone should be paying is tags/titles and taxes, anything else is just BS.

    Only surprise deal is the 72 months vs 60 months 0% but all in all not too bad.
  • fam277fam277 Member Posts: 1
    We got a quote from a Nissan dealership in the Chicagoland area for a Rogue SV AWD with no add on packages.

    MSRP: $26,935
    Your cost is $23,900 with the $250 rebate
    Documentation fee: $168.43
    New plates and license: $221
    Tax: $1764.90

    Total: $26,054.33 (includes interest rate of 0%, wheel locks, lifetime guarantee on engine and trans.)

    Is this a good price? Thank you.

  • nickyspecnickyspec Member Posts: 1
    Just bought new 2015 Rogue SL with Moon roof package. MSRP was 32030.00,paid 26200.00 plus 700.00 dealer fee.Total 26900.00. Deal required financing through Nissan at 3.99%. Nissan requires just 4 payments then you can payoff loan with a fee. Since we were going to put 10,000.00 down,we will make first 4 payments at 2500.00 each then payoff loan or refinance it.
  • steverstever Guest Posts: 52,454
    edited June 2015
    Congrats @nickyspec!

    @fam277, I get a TMV of $24,837 for a Chicagoland zip code. That includes destination and a $500 incentive we're showing for a SV AWD. Looks like you are beating the "average" too, and free money is good.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 236,405

    2015 AWD Rogue SL w/Premium package, floor mats, auto-dimming mirror+Homelink. MSRP was $33,030, bought it for $28,800 in Northern VA, before taxes & dealer fee. I used USAA's car buying service, and the 0.0% APR + $250 cash back incentives.

    Congrats on the new Rogue!

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  • pixiy1003pixiy1003 Member Posts: 1
    HELP. I'm negotiating a 2015 rouge sl awd  with premium package. The dealership is at 29,393 without taxes or fees. MSRP iS 32,210. They are giving me nearly 8K for my trade in and I would finance 0% for 60 or 72 with a $250 rebate. Out the door pricing is 23,890 all inclusive wit my tRade and doc fees etc... I' want to get them down to 23,450. Is that a good price? I seriously have no clue if there is anything I'm missing here. I'm in central New Jersey. 
  • MichaellMichaell Moderator Posts: 240,801
    pixiy1003 said:

    HELP. I'm negotiating a 2015 rouge sl awd  with premium package. The dealership is at 29,393 without taxes or fees. MSRP iS 32,210. They are giving me nearly 8K for my trade in and I would finance 0% for 60 or 72 with a $250 rebate. Out the door pricing is 23,890 all inclusive wit my tRade and doc fees etc... I' want to get them down to 23,450. Is that a good price? I seriously have no clue if there is anything I'm missing here. I'm in central New Jersey. 

    You can start by using the Edmunds pricing tools - use the "make / model / year" pull downs at the top of the page to get started. Ideally, you want to beat the "TMV" price listed.

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  • manhunter14manhunter14 Member Posts: 2
    I need help with buying a Rogue AWD SL in Maryland. Is an OTD price of $28,500 crazy to hope for? It would put price aro$26,300 before TTL and dealer fees. I am not having ANY luck negotiating through email and dealers look at me like I am a crazy person when I suggest it in person. 

    Also, anyone being charged a $300 government fee? This was on one quote I received in addition to doc fee of $300???
  • jamesbond15jamesbond15 Member Posts: 145
    For reference to ours.
    Got a 2015 Nissan Rogue S. MSRP $24,290, ended up getting a sales price of around $20,590. Pretty much it was invoice minus $2,000 dealer discount with additional $500 rebate and $250 captive cash. No VPP or Grad discount. This is in Los Angeles.
  • MichaellMichaell Moderator Posts: 240,801

    For reference to ours.
    Got a 2015 Nissan Rogue S. MSRP $24,290, ended up getting a sales price of around $20,590. Pretty much it was invoice minus $2,000 dealer discount with additional $500 rebate and $250 captive cash. No VPP or Grad discount. This is in Los Angeles.

    Looks like quite the solid deal.

    Thanks for reporting in - and enjoy your new Nissan!

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  • rytashrytash Member Posts: 17
    Hi kyfdx,

    I'm looking to purchase a 2015 Rogue SL Premium. I wanted to get your thoughts on whether or not Nissan's incentives typically stay the same or change for the better or worse for Labor Day. I see the current incentives will end 8/31/2015 and I'm trying to decide if I should buy now or gamble on September. I know that you do not have a definite answer, but your thoughts on Labor Day sales would be appreciated since you know the ropes better. Thanks in advance.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 236,405
    rytash said:

    Hi kyfdx,

    I'm looking to purchase a 2015 Rogue SL Premium. I wanted to get your thoughts on whether or not Nissan's incentives typically stay the same or change for the better or worse for Labor Day. I see the current incentives will end 8/31/2015 and I'm trying to decide if I should buy now or gamble on September. I know that you do not have a definite answer, but your thoughts on Labor Day sales would be appreciated since you know the ropes better. Thanks in advance.

    If you were leasing, I would tell you not to wait.. However, on a 2015 model, the chances of purchase incentives going away on September 1st seems slim..

    But, that's not my money..

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  • mrktxmrktx Member Posts: 3
    Got $31,250 OTD price for 2015 Rogue SL 2WD Premium Pkg for the zip code 75034 (not a Pearl White color). Please let me know if this a good deal to buy this SUV.
  • steverstever Guest Posts: 52,454
    edited August 2015
    Seemed high at first glance but you're talking OTD. I don't know your tax rates next door, but the TMV price before taxes and fees is $28,280, about $700 below invoice (destination of $885 is included in that number as is a $500 incentive).

    Since TMV is an average your buying price should be at least $28,300 before the taxes and fees, and hopefully below.

    I guess you passed on the CR-V back in July eh?
  • mrktxmrktx Member Posts: 3
    Thanks Steve for the reply..yes. I was looking for CRV in July but planning to buy Rogue instead for better features. pls let me know your suggestion.
  • steverstever Guest Posts: 52,454
    edited August 2015
    It's the end of the month and if TMV is well below invoice, that means the dealers are likely aggressive, and there's probably some manufacture incentives out there we don't know about. I'd try for another $1,000 off and then "cave" on Monday, the last day of the month. Maybe you'll be pleasantly surprised.
  • brgtorangebrgtorange Member Posts: 9
    First time leasing. Need help with the numbers for the Rogue SV model with premium package and moon roof. Zip code 20171. Credit score of 800 plus. Hoping to do 0 down payment. Checked the TMV for zip 20171 va and got 24,482.


    Thank you
  • MichaellMichaell Moderator Posts: 240,801

    First time leasing. Need help with the numbers for the Rogue SV model with premium package and moon roof. Zip code 20171. Credit score of 800 plus. Hoping to do 0 down payment. Checked the TMV for zip 20171 va and got 24,482.


    Thank you

    .00024 and 57% for 36/15.

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  • brgtorangebrgtorange Member Posts: 9
    Thanks Michael for the reply. We don't put in that many miles. 10k/12k would be more than enough I think from past experience. in that case how would that affect the figures.
  • MichaellMichaell Moderator Posts: 240,801

    Thanks Michael for the reply. We don't put in that many miles. 10k/12k would be more than enough I think from past experience. in that case how would that affect the figures.

    Add 1% for 12K and 2% for 10K

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  • brgtorangebrgtorange Member Posts: 9
    edited September 2015
    Thank you Michael
  • karbuffkarbuff Member Posts: 34
    2015 Rogue SV Premium Package and Family Package. Premium package gets the larger 7in screen with navigation and around view camera. Family package is for 3rd row seat.

    Few extras put MSRP at $30,255. Paid $26,500 minus $750 rebate so $25750 net plus tax, license and doc fee. Got some all weather floor mats thrown in. Only paid extra for fabric protection since it has the light almond cloth interior. Great dealer experience. Hope this one goes like my last 3 Nissan's. Wife was downsizing from minivan but wanted 7 seat belts and good gas mileage. Having cake and eating it too.
  • sundarramansundarraman Member Posts: 1
    I have been quoted 27699 for SL FWD with Premium package, floor mats, splash guards, chrome bumper protector out the door for st louis zip, is this a fair price?
  • ruchitruchit Member Posts: 7

    I have been quoted 27699 for SL FWD with Premium package, floor mats, splash guards, chrome bumper protector out the door for st louis zip, is this a fair price?

    Out the door with SL and premium package is a very nice deal... MSRP should be around $33,500... True car value for 2015 is 27500 or something. You got it for 27699 OTD.

    Try negotiating but these offers do not come in 2016 versions and 2015 versions are going fast, grab it...
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