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#1 Davin

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 01:37 PM

119 GT-Rs sold in December....

North American Sales
147 - July 08
484 - August 08
421 - September 08
321 - October 08
208 - November 08
149 - December 08
94 - January 09
169 - February 09
137 - March 09
171 - April 09
146 - May 09
150 - June 09
128 - July 09
100-August 09
111- September 09
117-October 09
92 -November 09
119 -December 09
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3,264 Total To Date
(1,730 in 2008)
(1,534 in 2009)



Updated Canadian Sales:
1- July 08
71- August 08
27- September 08
25- October 08
11- November 08
2 - December 08
2- January 09
8- February 09
10- March 09
8- April 09
23- May 09
21- June 09
14- July 09
17-August 09
10- September 09
9-October 09
6 -November 09
5 -December 09
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270 - Total
(137 in 2008)
(133 in 2009)

#2 RedBeauty84ZX

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 02:01 PM

Cool...sales went up :irock:

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 03:17 PM

119 cars Sold in December 2009

1534 Sold in the Year of 2009

3264 total since July 08

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#4 tyndago

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 03:19 PM

12-09 12-08 2009 2008


GT-R 119 149 -20.1 1,534 1,730 -11.3

Formatting doesn't come out right.

Total was down about 200 for 2009 vs 2008

Edited by tyndago, 05 January 2010 - 03:20 PM.


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Posted 05 January 2010 - 03:49 PM

Wow now that's alot of GT-R's! How many worldwide? Or even better, how many in Sweden? :irock:
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Posted 06 January 2010 - 04:55 AM

Wow now that's alot of GT-R's! How many worldwide? Or even better, how many in Sweden? :doh:


I don't know about Sweden but worldwide, about 10,000 GT-Rs have been sold. How many of them have been totaled? HMMM!

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 07:05 AM

119 GT-Rs sold in December....

North American Sales
147 - July 08
484 - August 08
421 - September 08
321 - October 08
208 - November 08
149 - December 08
94 - January 09
169 - February 09
137 - March 09
171 - April 09
146 - May 09
150 - June 09
128 - July 09
100-August 09
111- September 09
117-October 09
92 -November 09
119 -December 09
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3,264 Total To Date
(1,730 in 2008)
(1,534 in 2009)



Updated Canadian Sales:
1- July 08
71- August 08
27- September 08
25- October 08
11- November 08
2 - December 08
2- January 09
8- February 09
10- March 09
8- April 09
23- May 09
21- June 09
14- July 09
17-August 09
10- September 09
9-October 09
6 -November 09
5 -December 09
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270 - Total
(137 in 2008)
(133 in 2009)


In the US for 1/2 year in 08 they sold MORE than the whole 2009!.......will this drive prices down in 2010? I hope so....I already got two offers at invoice (on 2010 model) even before negotiations started......what's holding me back is the value they are placing on my M3 trade in.
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Posted 06 January 2010 - 07:38 AM

In the US for 1/2 year in 08 they sold MORE than the whole 2009!.......will this drive prices down in 2010? I hope so....I already got two offers at invoice (on 2010 model) even before negotiations started......what's holding me back is the value they are placing on my M3 trade in.

Sell it yourself! I sold my M3 for $7,000 more than offered by a dealership. Put it on AutoTrader.com
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Posted 06 January 2010 - 07:43 AM

I'm 1 of the 119! haha

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 08:12 AM

In the US for 1/2 year in 08 they sold MORE than the whole 2009!.......will this drive prices down in 2010? I hope so....I already got two offers at invoice (on 2010 model) even before negotiations started......what's holding me back is the value they are placing on my M3 trade in.


i forgot the actual numbers but quite a few were preordered. those cars took at least a few months to get out. thats why you have a couple 400+ months.

after that, the prices increased, the market collapsed, and initially people started to get scared of what it may mean to own a gt-r... all factors in bringing down prices.

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 09:42 AM

Wow. That's quite a bit. Cobb just hit a jackpot.

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 05:57 PM

Sell it yourself! I sold my M3 for $7,000 more than offered by a dealership. Put it on AutoTrader.com


+1

Way back in 2002 I traded in my Civic to help with the down payment for my 350Z, and in retrospect, I got raped on the price...

Last year I sold my Z privately (via Craigslist, Cars.com, and AutoTrader.com ads), and got $12K for it. The Nissan dealer I was working with offered at most $9K for trade-in towards the GT-R, so I came out $3K ahead!

I will never trade anything in ever again.

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Posted 08 January 2010 - 10:37 AM

Understand about trade.....I trade only if I get what I want........forgot last time I sold a car to a private party, just hate the hazzle.......also, on trade, you have the sales tax issue to consider....6.5% for me.......so, $60,000 trade = $63,900 as a private sale.
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Posted 09 January 2010 - 10:45 AM

should help keep a good resale i these limited #s. At least once the economy gets going again.

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Posted 09 January 2010 - 04:44 PM

Understand about trade.....I trade only if I get what I want........forgot last time I sold a car to a private party, just hate the hazzle.......also, on trade, you have the sales tax issue to consider....6.5% for me.......so, $60,000 trade = $63,900 as a private sale.


Not sure what you mean about the sales tax... If you sell your old car to a private party, it is the new buyer (not you) who pays the sales tax.

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Posted 09 January 2010 - 05:25 PM

Not sure what you mean about the sales tax... If you sell your old car to a private party, it is the new buyer (not you) who pays the sales tax.



Correct. But when buying a car with a trade in, you ONLY pay tax on the diffence between the price of the new car and your trade. So, if I get $60,000 on my trade, I will save 6% or $3,600 in sales tax. Therefor, from the money point of view, trading a car for $60,000 yields the same as selling it for $63,600 and then buying the new one w/o a trade.
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Posted 09 January 2010 - 05:38 PM

Understand about trade.....I trade only if I get what I want........forgot last time I sold a car to a private party, just hate the hazzle.......also, on trade, you have the sales tax issue to consider....6.5% for me.......so, $60,000 trade = $63,900 as a private sale.

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GREAT POST to keep in mind when private selling. You will not pay taxes on the amount of your trade-in if it is going towards a new car purchase, because you already paid the taxes when you first purchased the car.

EDIT

Just read the last couple posts!!! sorry if I rehashed.

Edited by keelay, 09 January 2010 - 05:49 PM.


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Posted 09 January 2010 - 05:44 PM

Not sure what you mean about the sales tax... If you sell your old car to a private party, it is the new buyer (not you) who pays the sales tax.



what he means is that if you are looking to get more money out of private selling vs trade, you need to make sure you are accounting for the tax credit you arent receiving on your new purchase. let me break it down:

100,000 purchase price
-60,000 trade in
40,000 purchase price
%6.5 sales tax
=42,600 including taxes.



now if you dont trade

100,000 purchase price
%6.5 sales tax
106,500 including taxes.

6500-2600=3900, meaning if you want to sell your trade in and get the same value out of it, you must sell it for 43,900 in order to get the same value the dealer is offering. only a licensed auto dealer will have the power to do this because we have the authority to wholesale cars without registering and paying taxes on each dealer purchase.

Edited by keelay, 09 January 2010 - 05:48 PM.


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Posted 09 January 2010 - 07:25 PM

Thanks for the clarifications re. the impact of sales tax. I guess I never thought about it this way since I've never had a car worth more than $10K to trade in... :) In my case, I would have only saved around $800 on the sales tax, whereas I got $3000 more on the private party sale.

I'll keep this in mind when I trade in the GT-R for something else, though.

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Posted 11 January 2010 - 05:31 PM

Thanks for the clarifications re. the impact of sales tax. I guess I never thought about it this way since I've never had a car worth more than $10K to trade in... :) In my case, I would have only saved around $800 on the sales tax, whereas I got $3000 more on the private party sale.

I'll keep this in mind when I trade in the GT-R for something else, though.


I don't think this applies to CA.
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