Just got off the phone with a dealer, looking at a 6 month turn around to get your hand on a 2012. Confirm or deny?
what color is that and are they selling over msrp?There are still a few '12 black editions coming into the country that you can get if you try hard, but be prepared to pay msrp or more. I got dicked around by every dealer in the southeast over the past three weeks trying to buy a car and finally found one in Georgia that I'm picking up this weekend and driving home. A few offered to let me put a deposit down on a '13 that would be ordered as soon as they could order it but told me I'd be looking at May most likely.
Not sure I'd call it 'many.' If you're going by listings on cars.com, autonation.com and other sites like that, most of the ones showing as in stock are bogus. I called about twenty five dealers in Florida and determined that only three actually had a car. Of those three, they wanted from $100k to $104k. I started calling dealers throughout the southeast and between Georgia, South and North Carolina, I only found a car in North Carolina (blue on black, black edition) who wanted $104k. A dealer in Orlando lied to me and told me they had a car on the lot, I wasted two hours driving there from Tampa, there was no car. They had one at their Fort Myers location that I already knew about because it was on ebay and they just wanted me to come out there so they could try to get me to pay $104k for them to end the auction early and sell me the car. I called on the super silver BE located in Chicago that AMS posted a thread on here about (http://www.nagtroc.org/forums/index.php?/topic/61893-2012-black-edition-in-silver-in-stock-at-our-local-nissan-dealer/) letting everyone know the car could probably be had for under MSRP. Not only would they not deal on it, they wanted $108k and on top of that when I called about it the car was out having a paint spot repaired from the shipper damaging it. I started calling dealers that showed inbound cars once I exhausted my options at the four that had cars and only got lucky that 30 minutes after the car arrived, I put a call in to the Georgia dealer I'm picking my car up at this weekend. The sales guy told me they've had seven or eight people call and offer to buy the car on the spot since Friday.Total BS; there are many unclaimed. I cant even remember the number of dealers that told me they had the last 2012 GTR in the country, let alone the state, when I just got of the phone with another dealer that had one in stock. Call around and you will find one, but yes, be prepared to pay MSRP if you want one now.