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As a public service to those in pursuit of a cube of their own, here are two California locations with Zero Mark -up.
Capital Nissan in San Jose and Santa Cruz Nissan in beautiful Santa Cruz.
As you may know a lot of dealers are charging up to 2,500.00 or more dealer mark -up just because they can.
Don't put up with these turkeys!
If you find a dealer with no mark-up PLEASE post it here! Remember economic stimulus is on OUR terms!
 

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For Virginia - Check out Charles Barker and tell them the Norris' sent you in! They do not have a mark-up and they have been a pleasure to deal with. Don't go to any Victory Nissan in the state of Virginia - markup is starting at $1800. :eek:
 

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Got my new cube from Wilsonville Nissan in Portland, Ore. NOT one dime of markup and my salesman, Joel Fower was great to work with, I got a 1.8 SL in Scarlet Red. bill
 

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Ancira Nissan on I-10 in San Antonio, Texas doesn't have any markup either.

I got my Krom model there for $19,200.00 when it stickered for $20,320!!!! ;D

I am very very extremely pleased with my buying experience from them. :)
 

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Puyallup Nissan in Puyallup, Washington posts the MSRP as their selling price, I special ordered one and they threw in $400 of dealer installed options for the base MSRP.
 

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;D Anyone in the midwest that wants to purchase one of these beauties for under msrp, let me know! I have a few at my dealership and will entertain all offers!!
 

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Miller Nissan in Van Nuys, CA (Sherman Oaks - SF Valley) No markup and the BEST SERVICE team in town. We have been getting all of our service done there for 9 years on all of our Nissans...
 

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meechleigh said:
For Virginia - Check out Charles Barker and tell them the Norris' sent you in! They do not have a mark-up and they have been a pleasure to deal with. Don't go to any Victory Nissan in the state of Virginia - markup is starting at $1800. :eek:
I have never seen a dealer without a markup. It is imperative that the person going to buy the vehicle does some research and knows what they should pay. I did have to negotiate, but I bought my Silver SL from Victory Nissan in Chesapeake, VA on Battlefield Blvd & paid invoice. My salesman was Murdock Hulet. I have heard many people pay msrp or very close, as well as others who have paid invoice or better. You just have to be smart! I think reputation is very important and I have heard nothing but good things about Victory Nissan Chesapeake. I will be the first one to tell you if I have a problem. I am very happy with Victory Nissan. Go see Murdock and tell him that Jason sent you.......... http://www.victorychesapeake.com
 

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To be clear, I think what we mean by "no mark-up" is no "additional dealer profit (ADP)" or "additional dealer margin (ADM)". Of course every dealer is going to have some mark-up, or they aren't going to stay in business. Even if someone gets a deal for "dealer invoice", Nissan pays the dealer 2% for selling the car, more, sometimes much more than 2% when it gets close to the end of the model year and there is too much unsold inventory. Plus, the dealer profit on the dealer installed options is something close to 50%, so the more dealer installed options the vehicle has, the more of a discount they can offer, while still getting a good profit.
 

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Celebrity Nissan in Orlando, FL doesnt have a markup on theirs they gave me a price on a Carribean Blue S with just CVT no extras at almost invoice pricing
15800 plus tax title etc. And I was just looking and test driving. The experience was nice no pushy sales or anything. Went to look at a kia dealer and they purposely "forgot" to give me my drivers license and i had to go back and get it. (don't go to east orlando kia)

Of course i plan to go back and get one tomorrow. I hope nissan is good with financing and give me a good trade value. and itll be sold..
 

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GO TO MOSSY NISSAN in National City, Ca!!!!! I drove 75 miles to buy the Cube from them.
Here's their Cube inventory list.
New Nissan Cube at Mossy Nissan, San Diego

I got my Base White w/ black interior 6spd (the only one I could find in SoCal) for $14,100 w/ the interior design package. On top of that they gave me $1500 for my wife's 2000 Ford Focus (KBB estimated much less than that). It had 108,000 miles, damage to front fender, hood, driver door, both bumpers, holes in seats/floor, stains everywhere, paint faded scratched to hell, and the heater didn't work.
 

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in case someone from hawaii strolls through :p

Tony Nissan on Oahu originally quoted me $18k for my 6MT 1.8 with interior package. when i told them "nah i don't want a base model thats been bumped up to 18 grand" he came back with $14,200. didn't take a whole lot of negotiating on my part. although, i was really hesitant because this was the biggest purchase of my life (25 years lol) and maybe they tried as much as they could to lock in a sale because of that. they must've known i was ready to walk out the door at any moments notice. (bad experiences at other dealers like at the JN auto group on Nimitz).

they also work with alot of the credit unions around here and they were speaking to my loan officer directly regarding my sale. so that was a bonus.

ANYways, for what its worth, i didn't opt for the rust-proofing (because they never offered it to me) but when my sales guy took me outside to look over my cube he left in that little thing behind the battery. he claimed that if customers don't pay for rust-proofing, they take it out. he just said he was gonna hook me up and leave it in. *shrug* lol

if you go, talk to Bobby and tell him Bryan sent you lol
 

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Some lucky people on here! There are only two dealers within driving distance to me & they both had one available (and with $900 markups over MSRP).
 

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our advertised price is $ 16,998 cn for the 1.8S model... i assume when you say MSRP that means advertised price?? so is the markup included or ontop of that price?? i went to the dealership a couple days ago to talk to my sales guy but he was off, so i am going this week to talk ;)
 

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hana said:
our advertised price is $ 16,998 cn for the 1.8S model... i assume when you say MSRP that means advertised price?? so is the markup included or ontop of that price?? i went to the dealership a couple days ago to talk to my sales guy but he was off, so i am going this week to talk ;)
MSRP is the price you see printed on the factory window sticker.
 

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technically, MSRP is a markup over invoice/fleet price. most dealers will charge a fee on top of MSRP, but even if you snag a car for MSRP the dealer will be making money off of it. now, if you manage to score a car for invoice price and NO dealer markup...well, friend, you got a heck of a deal!

fwiw, i ended up ordering a cube and paid invoice plus a $500 non-negotiable dealer fee that they add to all of their sales.

edit: bought mine from the fleet manager at go nissan arapahoe in colorado :)
 
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