ya when you start getting into the 19-20k mark you can jump into a different car alltogether. I dont know if the pricing will be a gouge for the first few months cause they need to sell cars. They might work with you a bit.
Master C, I just went to check out the Cube and finally sat in it. It is merely an econo-car with a cubed shape.MasterKC said:Of course, those other fees you mentioned would apply to any other new car you purchased as well. For what it's worth, one dealer in my area has a Krom for sale with $3000 of "ADM" (Additional Dealer Markup) for a total price of over $24K! Another dealer is offering Cube with ony $2000 of ADM.
Not worth it. I would go get a FIT for $3K lessToThe3rd said:After seeing the cube yesterday for the first time I was impressed :yes:. . . but now that I've been going over the math I'm starting to have 2nd thoughts. Once I'm done with cube S W/CVT mudflaps & An alarm the car will sticker @ 16,660$ (Invoice @ 16,047$). If the dealer I pre-ordered @ is willing to sell me one at this cost The car with tax & tags will then cost ~18,500 & that's not including Doc Fees & advertising fees, Which if the dealer is gonna tack on Such fees ( I was told 398$ is their usual) ,and as the ad fees are assessed from Nissan,they are still an unknown :-\ .This simple car will crash thru my upper ceiling and blast past 19$k :no:.I wish the dealer wasn't playing so coy the last time we spoke claiming he hadn't yet gotten his pricing and so couldn't say. . But are you folks out there willing to pay a premium to be an early owner? Are you people expecting discounts? Or do you think for the first few months, its gonna be price gouging galore? I'm now thinking about another car that fits my bill of ^ Mpg ,& ^ utility but wont blast past that 18,500 mark.