Not what I expected
November 6, 2018
Normally when you see a $7,000-8,000 less than MSRP sales price on an "AD" you start to wonder what's the catch. I'm thinking that this might just be a sales plea to attract customers to come down to the dealership and raise up the price or say that "the car was sold, but take a look at this other car that is more expensive", which you would normally see in at least a third of dealerships out there. Being curious on what the catch was, I took the risk of driving 2 hours to check this deal out with my wife(4 hours round trip). Even though I drove all this way to check out a 370z Nismo that was roughly $8,000 under MSRP, I walked in the dealership door with a mindset of walking away if the deal/ price was not as stated online. Was I wrong to assume there was a catch, I was even able to lower the price with a manufacturer rebate. Needless to say that I am now a proud owner of a 370z Nismo. Overall: The staff was friendly; Jeff was able to contact me and provide me good enough details for me to be willing to drive far, and Vince made dealing with Finance a less excruciating process that it usually is. The dealership deals/ prices are one of the most honest and straightforward I have ever dealt with. (This is my fourth vehicle of a dealership and I have family that are auto brokers; I know the tug and pull experience between consumers and dealership). Would recommend this dealership to anyone looking into buying a new Nissan.