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I found some at MSRP, but wondering if anyone is doing any better???

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I am a USAA member and using their car buying service you can pick them up at invoice. I am still on the fence on what car I would like to buy but I have been doing research and just thought I would throw that out there. Not too big of a deal but they only use certain dealerships... for instance i would have to drive 200 miles to get that price.
 

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Are you kidding me you would not drive 200 miles to save 5-6K...First I heard of USAA offering this service for the GT-R. I'm a member and will check this out... This info from D Ho with one post...LMAO...I'm sure its legit...
 

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You paid 15k over????? Thats nuts. If not there is a big difference betweed asking 15k over and GETTING it. I asked if anyone is buying any under MSRP.

15k over in California
 

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The USAA deal is to a VERY limited number of dealers, and even with USAA the price is often MSRP. The small print also indicates that the car must be in inventory, so you cant order one for any discount.
 

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Are you kidding me you would not drive 200 miles to save 5-6K...First I heard of USAA offering this service for the GT-R. I'm a member and will check this out... This info from D Ho with one post...LMAO...I'm sure its legit...
i would absolutely drive 200 miles for that price, what i was saying is that its not i could just roll up to any dealer and get that price. USAA picks and chooses their "certified" dealers. There may be some fine print but I am not sure. I am going to go through the process again. I know when I typed it in the 2 dealers that where 30 miles away from me said "contact dealer" and the one that was 200 miles away said guarenteed.... standby for a screen shot
 

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The USAA deal is to a VERY limited number of dealers, and even with USAA the price is often MSRP. The small print also indicates that the car must be in inventory, so you cant order one for any discount.
Price that I can print out a "guarentee certificate" is for invioce. But it is true it has to be in inventory. Not trying to be an expert, but this is what I see when I go through the steps. Seems pretty legit to me.

Well i dont have anywhere to post the pics. If someone wants to host it so that they can "prove" what I am saying I am willing to email them.
 

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i would absolutely drive 200 miles for that price, what i was saying is that its not i could just roll up to any dealer and get that price. USAA picks and chooses their "certified" dealers. There may be some fine print but I am not sure. I am going to go through the process again. I know when I typed it in the 2 dealers that where 30 miles away from me said "contact dealer" and the one that was 200 miles away said guarenteed.... standby for a screen shot
got it...I was waiting for the "paul harvey moment"...ie the rest of the story...good luck in your search..And thanks for the info
 

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I tried to use the USAA service to buy a car at that price.....there were absolutely no delaers in the network with an in car stock to honor the certificate.....
 

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I'm in the market for a new 2012 as of about ten days ago and currently have a deposit in with a local Autoway/Autonation on a black or blue, BE or non-BE, with an agreed on MSRP + some extra BS; so no luck at haggling with them or any other dealer I have spoken to in the southeast.

The dealer I have the deposit with hasn't actually located a car yet over the past 48 hours though so I'm still digging around on my own too. In theory they can get one from another dealer in the chain if there's not already a deposit down when the car arrives so we'll see what happens.

Anyway, I tried to avoid them because while I have no problem paying MSRP, which is what they are selling it for, they also add on $650 in BS fees for 'paint protection' and 'theft deterrent;' it brought back memories of Jerry Lundergard in Fargo "They put that True Coat on at the factory." Anyway, after wasting a few more days talking to every dealer from Florida up through Georgia, I wasn't getting anywhere and went ahead and agreed to their MSRP + BS and put in the deposit. I literally got jerked around by at least 14 different Nissan dealers over the past week and a half so I gave in and went with them. It's really kind of a sad state of affairs with dealers who are more used to haggling over $250 on an $20k deal getting the privilege to sell a $95k car; I think Nissan should dramatically restrict GT-R sales to one dealer per region who meets certain performance criteria so the customers who want these cars don't have to deal with the rest. If and when I successfully make the purchase, I'll post a newbie thread with the trials and tribulations leading up to the purchase lol.
 
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