Could not agree with you more. I have dealt with about a dozen dealerships over the last 3 months to secure orders for some of our customers and honestly was very dissappointed in every dealer I dealt with except for Boulder, Crown, and Town Center Nissan. NNA needs to give dealers like Boulder, Crown, and TC more allocations and pull the allocations from some of the other dealerships out there. You would be surprised how some of these dealers do business. I have more than my fair share of bad stories I could report.too bad all dealerships are not like Crown and Boulder Nissan. Will be interesting to see how many more GT-Rs Tim can pull now that the initial allocation is sold.
http://www.gtrlife.com/forums/topic/77357-2014-gt-r-official-info-545hp-0-62-27-secs-7186-nurburgring-lap/MC, can you share the advantage of having a 2014 over a 2013 besides the interior color upgrade? I know you follow these cars closely....$1000 below MSRP is a great deal!
in the UK and Japan its around 130K. so i would have to say something along those lines. maybe a bit less but its based off our 110K Black Edition so logic tells me you would think a 15-20K hike is a gimme on this limited car with the suspension interior changes and new lipAny idea on msrp of the track pack?
thats just the east coast port where it comes in at.. I think there they add a few things like maybe the back up camera(at least they added them there for the 2012s when it was optional)so there are some checks and other little odds and ends done to them before they are shipped to the dealer so it does say final assemmly more as a technicality. Nothing to do with "actual" building of the car reallyI see that the sticker says final assembly point in Norfolk (VA is assume). What's that all about?
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