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Going to check out 1 or 2 cars right now. I've been busy lately and finally found some time to check out some GTRs.

1. 2015 Premium BRAND NEW Super Silver/ Amber Red interior /110k MSRP/ Glendale Nissan

2. 2015 Premium BRAND NEW Pearl White/ Black interior/ 103k MSRP/ Nissan of Van Nuys

Would it be possible to get 20k+ off MSRP on these? According to one of the sites I've viewed, these cars have been on the lot for a long time. And the last time I went to Glendale Nissan over 6 months ago the Super Silver was there all dusty. Anyone have experience with Van Nuys? Never been there before but I know my buddy works at the Service Center there.
 

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Going to check out 1 or 2 cars right now. I've been busy lately and finally found some time to check out some GTRs.

1. 2015 Premium BRAND NEW Super Silver/ Amber Red interior /110k MSRP/ Glendale Nissan

2. 2015 Premium BRAND NEW Pearl White/ Black interior/ 103k MSRP/ Nissan of Van Nuys

Would it be possible to get 20k+ off MSRP on these? According to one of the sites I've viewed, these cars have been on the lot for a long time. And the last time I went to Glendale Nissan over 6 months ago the Super Silver was there all dusty. Anyone have experience with Van Nuys? Never been there before but I know my buddy works at the Service Center there.
I doubt you can get 20k off. maybe 10k at most

they are asking $99,777 for the white one. After taxes, you'll probably still pay around $92k-95k OTD
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You are probably looking at an invoice price of 97k or so on the 103k MSRP, combine that with the $5,000 dealer cash you might be able to get it for 92 or maybe 91. Just keep in mind this car is technically almost 2 years old.

Check out auto trader and look what these cars are going for used. You'll just need to figure out if it's worth taking the hit. You could get lucky like me and find a '15 with 1500 miles for 78,000 too.

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You are probably looking at an invoice price of 97k or so on the 103k MSRP, combine that with the $5,000 dealer cash you might be able to get it for 92 or maybe 91. Just keep in mind this car is technically almost 2 years old.

Check out auto trader and look what these cars are going for used. You'll just need to figure out if it's worth taking the hit. You could get lucky like me and find a '15 with 1500 miles for 78,000 too.

Good luck
is that 78k OTD? I found 2, a blue one for 77k + TTL which end up $85k otd and a white one for $79 + TTL which ends up being $87K otd. Both are 2015 premium.
 

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You are probably looking at an invoice price of 97k or so on the 103k MSRP, combine that with the $5,000 dealer cash you might be able to get it for 92 or maybe 91. Just keep in mind this car is technically almost 2 years old.

Check out auto trader and look what these cars are going for used. You'll just need to figure out if it's worth taking the hit. You could get lucky like me and find a '15 with 1500 miles for 78,000 too.

Good luck
Thank You. I just dont want to be paying more than 1k per month with a 6 year term and 10-15k down payment. I know I have excellent credit. Any suggestions?
 

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In Feb, I got my 2015 GTR for 20k off MSRP. But they were offering dealers 10k incentive. I don't think they're offering that now. I also traded my 13 GTR with 22k miles. They gave me 70k for it. The car was worth 65k then (at least wholesale).

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I'd suggest another car then. Even if you got a new one for 80,000 and put 15 down you're still over 1k a month. I'm in the same boat as you. I'm looking for a new one but I want my payment to be 800-900 a month. My down payment will be 30000-35000 but its still cutting it close. If I got in on the big deals right when the 10K started I'd be good to go. I was just scared and kept contemplating whether or not we can afford it. Even though my wife and I gross 17k a month, spending 1k on a car a month just seems like a lot. I just need to stop thinking about it and and pull the trigger.
 

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I'd suggest another car then. Even if you got a new one for 80,000 and put 15 down you're still over 1k a month. I'm in the same boat as you. I'm looking for a new one but I want my payment to be 800-900 a month. My down payment will be 30000-35000 but its still cutting it close. If I got in on the big deals right when the 10K started I'd be good to go. I was just scared and kept contemplating whether or not we can afford it. Even though my wife and I gross 17k a month, spending 1k on a car a month just seems like a lot. I just need to stop thinking about it and and pull the trigger.
I would honestly be fine below 1.5k a month but closer to 2k is a no.
 

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Check your credit and maybe wait till you are higher so you can get a prime interest rate and save 100 a month. It's worth checking in to. I have 2.9% on 102k. (I purchased floor mats and extra warranty, and leather life protection) on a 2015 premium.
 

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I bought a regal red with cream and black interior back in May brand new. They had it listed at 110k. I told the finance manager I'll take that car today for 95k out the door. He laughed and I left but I signed my name on a piece of paper with that offer and left it on his desk like a pimp. Two days later and he called me back saying 88,999 so with tax and fees 94,988 (idaho). See they can take 20 k off. He even aughts and said, " I'm a nice guy and saved you 12 bucks." I laughed and said thanks man.
 

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I bought a regal red with cream and black interior back in May brand new. They had it listed at 110k. I told the finance manager I'll take that car today for 95k out the door. He laughed and I left but I signed my name on a piece of paper with that offer and left it on his desk like a pimp. Two days later and he called me back saying 88,999 so with tax and fees 94,988 (idaho). See they can take 20 k off. He even aughts and said, " I'm a nice guy and saved you 12 bucks." I laughed and said thanks man.
lol. thats a great deal. i got back from the dealer with no car sadly. but i am going to sell my wrx soon and get some cash for down payment

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lol. thats a great deal. i got back from the dealer with no car sadly. but i am going to sell my wrx soon and get some cash for down payment

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Why not use your car as down payment? I traded in my sti and they gave me almost 20k for it so after negotiation I walked out paying 78.5 otd for my 15'
 

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Why not use your car as down payment? I traded in my sti and they gave me almost 20k for it so after negotiation I walked out paying 78.5 otd for my 15'
i agree (unless you find a dumb kid who has the means and no brains to give you more money Lol) the dealer will give you a good amount for your trade if buying a GTR. They can wiggle money here and there to get the GTR out of inventory.
 

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i agree (unless you find a dumb kid who has the means and no brains to give you more money Lol) the dealer will give you a good amount for your trade if buying a GTR. They can wiggle money here and there to get the GTR out of inventory.
I had originally bought it only to take the motor out and build it but i got very busy with work so i decided to sell it. its a pile of sh*t so i will probably sell it to someone looking to do a project.
 
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