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I finally got a dealer that would order a 2010 LE CC LWB in night armor, with the LE value pkg, steel leather and a moon roof. I was quoted $26575 plus TTL. This is really close to what Edmunds TMV is. The truck MSRP'd at $30325 there's a $2000 rebate and the dealer was taking off $1750. Now I just need to decide if I want to accept there price, or haggle with them. I know I have to decide soon. It is now getting exciting!
 

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I had a dealer raise the price on me on a used Nismo. Asking was 15,900 on autotrader, I offered 14,500 and the guy told me the truck supposed to be 18500. Told him no thanks and the next day they raised the price of the truck on autotrader to 16,900. That was a couple weeks ago and its still on autotrader heh.

To the OP, I would ask for another 1000 off, but if they won't budge, then I would just accept their price if it is the truck you really want. If they know you are having a hard time getting that exact truck ordered they might not budge on the price though. You could also try to get the 0.9% financing deal they have going on right now, which is supposed to be in lieu of the 2000 cash back, but maybe they can swing both for you...doubtful though as the cashback is a rebate from Nissan.
 

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It's one or the other on the $2000 or 0.9%. I just bought my truck and haggled with several dealers for 2 months. This was one topic none of the dealers could do anything about. This incentive comes down from Nissan and the dealer has no control over it. You however should try and get the dealer down more on their price. The worst they can say is no.
 

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You guys are buying trucks below invoice price? if so question (because we are buying like 5 vehicles where i work)... how do dealers do this? Dont they lose money if they sell below invoice or are they just looking to get rid of stock? Dealer here came in basically at invoice on the vehicles we wanted. KBB said the average price people paid was a few hundred above invoice though.
 

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You guys are buying trucks below invoice price? if so question (because we are buying like 5 vehicles where i work)... how do dealers do this? Dont they lose money if they sell below invoice or are they just looking to get rid of stock? Dealer here came in basically at invoice on the vehicles we wanted. KBB said the average price people paid was a few hundred above invoice though.
Should go to a dealership for the manufacturer your company is choosing and look at inspection stickers. Once the vehicles have been on the lot...I believe 6 months, they have to start paying taxes on them and you get a better deal.
 
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