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post #1 of 21 Old 12-12-2011, 05:08 AM Thread Starter
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Looking to but 2012 Versa SL

I live in Southern CA - can anyone recommend a good dealer.
Been quote $18 K out the door. Does that sound right?
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post #2 of 21 Old 12-12-2011, 05:18 AM
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If only it was true. Lol Its usually their tricks.

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I live in Southern CA - can anyone recommend a good dealer.
Been quote $18 K out the door. Does that sound right?
Thanks,
...so vague a question. If the qoute is on a HB then too high. Model change goin on right now with HBs. Let dealer know that you know of the model change. Also, the salesman is easiest to work with. It's the loan officer that sukks. Don't buy the loan insurance. If you buy low enough, than your resale value is high. If you buy @ 18 it will be 20 out the door. If you are spending 20 g then you should get a used g35 or maxima, etc. I don't think Vs are worth 20 out the door. It's an entry level car remember. and a good used or certified infiniti or maxima will do nicely, and those cars get great mpg. Just my opine.
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yes, i would NOT pay 18-20k for a v...just saying...i'd go look at a mazda3 instead
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I paid $20k CAD for my Versa SV sedan with the convenience package. That included taxes and transport.

Brand new 2012 Versa SV Sedan (Titanium) with all the trimmings! Love it.
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I paid 16.5k for mine drive out. Included taxes ttl etc...
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I paid $11,400 for mine(before down payment). No offence to you guys with the higher end models but I would not pay any more than $15K for a Versa. I'd rather get a used Sentra, or Altima. My opinion.

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Edmunds.com Without Navi MSRP is $19,440, the price you should pay is $18,243. I dont know what your credit is, but finacing thru Nissan is another $500 off. Id say under $18K out the door, and then finance thru Nissan with aditional $500 off, so Financing about $17,500 out the door. But for that price, make sure you test drive the Versa, cube S, sentra Base/S/SR, and a base/S model altima. All could be gotten for about the same price of $17,500-$18K. Nissan's taking up to $4000 or more off altima. So an S model for about $21500, could be gotten for $17,500 or less. My 2 cents. hope this helps, something I didnt think about when I bought my Versa.

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