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Spoke to a dealer in NY today who is taking delivery of a 2012 Black BE. Said the car would be in next week.He wants $10,000 over sticker. What do you think?
 

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I wasnt looking for me ,I have a 2010 SS Prem GTR that ipurchased last november brand new for $79,000. I could never see getting rid of my car and spend $20,000 more to get a gtranted improved GTR but not worth the upcharge to me. My 2010 is more than enough car for me, and it still gets all the oohs and ahhs and the camera phones whipped out everywhere i go.
 

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Do not buy a GTR over MSRP, it's not worth it - be patient, you can get one at MSRP. In fact, I posted one just a couple of weeks ago that someone picked up on the forums!
 

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I can't believe Nissan dealers are still trying this. I have searched on and off most of this year and am amazed at their stuck up we have a pot of gold attitude.
 

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One Florida dealer tried to get me for $13k over; but of all the FL dealers that had a car (three to four weeks ago) all were at least 5k over MSRP. I had to go about 500 miles to a dealer in north Georgia (Team Nissan of Marietta) to get it at MSRP and then drove it back.
 

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What dealer is this, most of the dealers around here are crooks. I found only one good dealer in NY through MC that was good and they are in queens.

In the end I still got my car shipped from a dealer in Arizona.
 

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I have been shopping used and new GTR's lately. My local dealer quoted me 20k over sticker, I'm not kidding. I told him to go F**K himself. Found a blue one out of state that the dealer offered AT sticker, but I couldn't close the deal on it quick enough last week. I'm still shopping but if you extend your search a bit further, you will definitely find one at sticker. Good luck!
 

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It's interesting, in Australia, the RRP (MSRP to you guys) is way over what you guys pay (even at currency parity) due to our taxes, but other than those people putting in advance orders or very shortly after release, no one pays msrp. Any dealer would be laughed out of town if they tried $1k over.

In fact when the first shipment of Subaru STI's came (400 off only), the dealers were selling them at rrp and others were selling their deposits off for up to $20K !
 

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How much is a GT-R over in Australia in U.S. $$$$ ?
 

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How much is a GT-R over in Australia in U.S. $$$$ ?
Full RRP (MSRP) on road is somewhere between $177,000 and $193,000 (these are prices off our carsales.com.au site).

I just picked up my new 2010 (2011 to you guys) for $158,000 on road. Was the last one in Aust unsold I believe !
 

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I bought my SS Prem two weeks ago for $1500 over dealer invoice in WA. I had called around to dealers in CA and most were at MSRP. One [email protected] sales manager in Petaluma told me I'd never find a 2012 for less than $10K over MSRP, that everyone on forums lies about what they paid, and that I'll always be competing with wealthy Middle Easterners and Asians who pay top dollar to have them shipped overseas. He wanted $25K over MSRP for a white BE and said he'd consider $15K over if I had an interesting trade. I just laughed at him and told him he was delusional.

A week later I had my car under MSRP, no hassles, no haggling. I called the dealer, he gave me the price, I said that was fair. Done deal.

Hold out for the right price.
 

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I bought my SS Prem two weeks ago for $1500 over dealer invoice in WA. I had called around to dealers in CA and most were at MSRP. One [email protected] sales manager in Petaluma told me I'd never find a 2012 for less than $10K over MSRP, that everyone on forums lies about what they paid, and that I'll always be competing with wealthy Middle Easterners and Asians who pay top dollar to have them shipped overseas. He wanted $25K over MSRP for a white BE and said he'd consider $15K over if I had an interesting trade. I just laughed at him and told him he was delusional.

A week later I had my car under MSRP, no hassles, no haggling. I called the dealer, he gave me the price, I said that was fair. Done deal.

Hold out for the right price.
+1 to that, Countless "sales managers" talked down to me and laughed at me on the phone when I asked for MSRP or lower. You just have to keep looking around and you will find a good dealer, they are out there.
 

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I called every dealer I could find. Most laughed when I said I wouldn't pay over msrp. Eventually, I got my 2012 for $3K under MSRP. All those other dealers can kiss my ass.
 
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