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Hi all,

I'm seriously looking at a couple of 2010s now that the prices on new vehicles has got out of hand. The two 2010s in my area have 17K and 25K miles respectively. Dealers are asking $74K in each case. I'm looking to get a good deal to offset all the costs I'm going to incur not being under warranty. Any ideas on how low I can reasonably go? I have only been considering new cars thus far, so I'm not sure how the used market prices have been lately.

Thanks for any feedback!!!
 

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Haven't been watching the used market as closely since order went in. Considering the mileage, 74k strikes me as being on the rich side. Prices were that low or lower a year ago, although the ever soaring MSRP the past two years has tended to halt the downward progression.
There are people on forum planning to unload 2010s when their '13 s arrive, should be some better deals than what those dealers are offering.
 

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74k is high. 68-70k from a dealer is more reasonable.
 

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Good luck getting them under $70k.
 

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I was shopping since last July. Prices have stabilized since the price and release of the '13. 2010 were in the high 60's to low 70's six months ago. Since the new model is at the 6 figure mark the used car demand is driving prices up. People selling older models and lease returns are now popping up but dealers aren't stoopid selling cheap.

Don't look at the final price as a determing factor as a 10 with 17k that needs a 18k service can add 2k in fluid changes in your first month of ownership. If tires are needed add another 1500.

It's not just final price and mileage. Look at the whole picture as whoever had the best maintenance documents newer tires and current fluid changes.

On a side note a member just got a 2011 for 79k FYI. Ive seen two 2012 posted in the low 80's and those sold quick
 

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I was shopping since last July. Prices have stabilized since the price and release of the '13. 2010 were in the high 60's to low 70's six months ago. Since the new model is at the 6 figure mark the used car demand is driving prices up. People selling older models and lease returns are now popping up but dealers aren't stoopid selling cheap.

Don't look at the final price as a determing factor as a 10 with 17k that needs a 18k service can add 2k in fluid changes in your first month of ownership. If tires are needed add another 1500.

It's not just final price and mileage. Look at the whole picture as whoever had the best maintenance documents newer tires and current fluid changes.

On a side note a member just got a 2011 for 79k FYI. Ive seen two 2012 posted in the low 80's and those sold quick
Good point on the 18K service. Thanks!!!
 

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Buy mine. $69,999, 2010, New tires installed less than 2 months ago. 18K service just done about 2 or 3 weeks ago. Have records as well from the 18K service indicating that the brakes are in great shape still. Never modded.
Other than a Nissan badge delete. Oh about to hit 20K miles soon.
 

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Any reason you want a 2010? I just bought my 09 with 25k miles for $59k with Advan wheels and bolt ons and a buddy paid mid 60s for one with slightly lower miles and it came with good mods..
 

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Any reason you want a 2010? I just bought my 09 with 25k miles for $59k with Advan wheels and bolt ons and a buddy paid mid 60s for one with slightly lower miles and it came with good mods..
No real reason, they are just 2 cars I have targeted in the area.
 

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last september i paid 73k for a white 2010 premium with less than 4k miles on it. The prices you quoted seem really high to me
 

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Dealer auctions are reflecting the new pricing from Nissan. I bought a 2010 (warranty start date of march 2011) with 2500 miles on it for $73k while the dealer bought it at auction for right around $70k. Recently there have been a few auction sales of 2010's that have them around 70:

12/22/11 PA Regular $68,500 14,849 Avg WHITE 6G A Yes
01/05/12 PA Regular $70,500 5,244 Above SILVER 6G A Yes
01/11/12 SF BAY Factory $66,250 17,177 Avg WHITE 6G A Yes
01/25/12 FT MYERS Regular $67,000 10,489 Avg SILVER 6G A Yes
02/08/12 NASHVILL Lease $69,000 31,657 Avg WHITE 6G A No
02/09/12 RIVRSIDE Regular $64,000 25,766 Below GREY 6G A Yes
06/02/11 RIVRSIDE Regular $69,500 8,891 Avg GRAY 6G A Yes
06/02/11 PALM BCH Lease $68,200 6,145 Avg GRAY 6G A Yes
06/30/11 RIVRSIDE Regular $66,500 10,224 Avg RED 6G A Yes
09/14/11 NJ Lease $59,500 31,993 Below SUPER SI 6G A Yes
09/29/11 TX HOBBY Regular $61,000 32,328 Below SILVER 6G A Yes
01/17/12 STATESVL Regular $71,300 6,188 Above WHITE 6G A Yes
02/15/12 NJ Regular $69,250 13,256 Avg BLK 6G A Yes
Dealers expect to make 2-3k off of these cars. The above pricing does not include auction fees, trasport, or prep so figure another $1000 on top of it. Hope this helps.
 

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I don't mean to hijack the thread, but what are usually some good bargaining tips when dealing with the sales guys? I'm looking for a 2009 roughly in the $58-$59k area.
 

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Were are you guys looking for these cars 2010 with 10-15k miles on it are going for 72-79 still on auto trader i am looking for a 09-10 same car basically i just totaled a 2010 and i want to buy one in the 60s but its not happening.. i am close to a deal for a 09 with 13,000 miles it has some nice mods and i know the owner personally what should i pay?
 
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