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expired Nissan Vehicles Only - Cheap 1% Finance

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My relative from Lander Nissan mentioned a cheap 1% finance deal on Nissan vehicles only for the first time ever in Australia.

The sale is for this week only. Monday 9th July - Sunday 15th July. If you want more info call or email Lander Nissan Blacktown on the details below and mention that you saw the post on OzBargain. Also, I think they can organise freight to anywhere in Oz not just NSW but don't quote me on that.

Lander Nissan Blacktown
Phone
(02)8884 4477

Website
http://nsw.ahg.com.au/Lander-Nissan/dealer-details.php

Cheers!


Nissan Australia

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      • -1 vote

        @spackbace

        As has been said before doesn't mean it is a fact or it works.

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        All you have to do is ring a dealer and ask if there are any fees. I don't understand how you can make such statements without any clue whatsoever.

    • +1 vote

      You forgot to mention that the 2.7% promotion required a 20% deposit upfront PLUS a substantial balloon payment at the end.

      Is this 1% promotion the same? I couldn't find the fine print.

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        The 2.7 never required a deposit and neither does the 1%. there is also no ballon required. They are just there in the promotion to show a low weekly repayment.

        Ring a dealer you will see.

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        I purchased a Dualis at 2.7% with no deposit, no balloon and no additional admin fees and at a good price….this time i think the condition is price not being very negotiable.

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      LOL its not a money making venture!

  • +8 votes

    Holy shit there's a lot of bush bankers in here…wow, talk about some crackpot preconcieved notions & diddling yourselves out of deals!!! Get in & negotiate FFS, then do your sums; only then do you talk turkey…and be prepared to get up & walk out the door if they are trying to stitch you up! ;)

  • +1 vote

    1% interest promotion is just like any other car sales promotions (free on road costs or factory cash back etc), dealers will still have margin to play with. This margin is different when not runing the 1% interest promotion. It could be less margin for the dealer as normal bonus from the factory not claimable at current promotion set up. you can still bargain the price with the dealer depends on the dealers strategy.

  • +5 votes

    What's the coupon code?

  • +2 votes

    Too bad Nissan don't sell a single desirable car in this country under $50k. What have they got - pissy little 3 cylinder Micra for 20 something girls, Tiida for middle aged women who love SatC or Maxima for 70-something retirees. No thanks. (I don't drive off-road so I'm not mentiong the rest of the range).

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    does this includes the r35 GTR?

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      Ask your dealer, maybe they might do an exemption for you :)

  • +1 vote

    ryang 13 hours 12 min ago new ¶
    Considering the image linked says;

    "Across the Nissan range. ^

    ^ Excludes LEAF and GT-R"

    no

  • +3 votes

    Don't buy a new car unless you can write it off in your tax. Buy near new but used. Beat the depreciation.

    • -4 votes

      Um, how is buying a $20,000 new car different to buying a $20,000 used car? Used cars depreciate as well, you know. Your logic makes no sense.

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      Why don't you tell that to people like Bill Gates..

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        Hilal is actually quite correct; however, as people tend to be keeping their cars longer nowadays & at the same time expecting higher resale values than in previous years, finding a near-new used car at a reasonable saving over new is getting harder & harder!

        Most; if not all, of the financial/tax advantages of any vehicle can still be achieved buying a used car AFAIK.

    • -1 vote

      Furthermore to my comment.. The moment you drive a car out of the dealership, its now lost 30% of its value.. And the more you drive it, the more its value will depreciate.. It also comes down to how well you can take care of the car but thats just the way it is.. If your looking at buying a Nissan Patrol, the new price is $50,000 (example only).. you can pickup the same thing with about 1,000kms for $40,000 (same condition, maybe 1 scuff mark on plastic or a small scratch somewhere)..

      You tell me which one you would go for..??

      • +1 vote

        Please point me to a 1000km old Patrol for 40k please.

        Oh wait you wont be able to, because there is none.

        This whole load of crap of 'loosing 30%' is a farce, its totally dependent on the make and model of car. For example if i was to buy 10 Toyota 86 GTS's new now, i could flip them for a profit since the queue for them is quite long (several years now) alot of people were doing that with Golf GTI's not long ago.

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          A scarcity promotes profit.. The Patrol is hardly in that basket, along with most cars.

  • +1 vote

    How is Finance ever a bargain? I'd never take a loan out on a depreciating "asset".

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      Say you buy a car at $15,000 - assuming you can't get a better price for cash, e.g. you have bought a micra or something where they won't negotiate; if you can get 4% for leaving your cash in a bank, you will effectively earn interst 2-3% interest you would have paid cash for on a car…. Only problems are, 1. you'd have to want a car that pretty much couldn't be negotiated on 2. You'd have to hope they they offer finance on that vehicle at the advertised rate

  • +1 vote

    Examples will be good to show whether the price is still much negotiable with !% finance.
    Just went to a Nissan dealership last Sunday and helped a friend to get a Dualis + 2 Ti for $35,000 drive away (including floor mat, tint and full tank fuel), prepaid $5,000 and get 1% on $30,000 finance

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    Ummm… OP, you don't represent Nissan Australia or AHG (Lander), why mark yourself as a rep?!?

    Lander's details should be removed from the original post, they're not the only Nissan dealer in the whole of Australia.

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      Ummm… OP, you don't represent Nissan Australia or AHG (Lander), why mark yourself as a rep?!?

      Ummm…PinVidz, that was explained by the OP almost 11hrs ago if you'd taken the time to read the other comments! :s

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    buy car buy with cash, anyone finance a car must be rich.

    • +3 votes

      And what if that cash was sitting in a bank account earning more than 1% interest? Educate yourself please.

  • +1 vote

    OMG Nooooooooooo
    I brought a new Xtrail 2 weeks ago on finance. It was 2.7% for 3 years but, I opted for 3.7% for 4 Years.
    Damn

    • +2 votes

      Return the car within the cooling-off period? lol.

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    This is why I have always paid CASH :)

    But people are right, sort out the price you want, then the finance, not the other way around.

  • +2 votes

    In my experience (having bought a few thousand cars over the past decade), the dealer margin is affected by the low finance and the dealer therefore has less room to move.
    The question the dealer will ask (prior to negotiating a final price) is whether the buyer wants the special finance offer.
    Of course, I deal with the fleet departments and not the retail sales people, and the retail sales people may say anything that they think the buyer wants to hear.

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    When I brought my Mazda from new , I signed the contract and then they asked me if I need finance .

    I have a friend last Sunday for this promotion , and be advised if they want to negotiate the price down then 2.7% finance applied ?

  • +1 vote

    It seems good "compared" to their normal rates. Although as others mentioned I wouldn't be surprised if it affects the final price that you pay. I just had an experience with purchasing a kitchen and bargained the price right down and wanted to take the 0% interest free period however it would have adversely affected the price. Nissan Financial Services would still need to make money in its own right unless they had parent guarantees - and then it still would need to be feasible to make money on the entire package. I'd say if you were going to take up this deal that you would check for costs on getting the financing yourself on a comparable 36 month term and do the math cost yourself.

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      Save your energy Shaiguy, some of people here thinks too highly to themselves thinking they can bargain it down and force the car dealers to stick to their advertised deals thinking the consumer law is protecting them. They also thinks that they are good bargainers/negotiators and knows the ways to haggle the best deals out of car salesman. I couldnt think of any other reason beside that those people have bought cars more then an average car salesman have sold.

      • +1 vote

        You are half right. Consumer law would protect you, and if I needed or wanted a car I would force the issue. Nissan HQ don't want to end up in the newspapers in front of the ACCC, so ultimately if they need to give you the deal to make you keep quiet then they will.

        • -1 vote

          It wont be happening for any government bodies to get involve as you will not get pass the initial stage where u can drive the price to rock bottom and then ask for 1% finance. Let me put int in plain simple words. You WILL NOT get a "Offer To Purchase (A Sale Contract)" signed by the dealer and yourself (legally binded) with the Finance Option Clause open unless the salesman and sales manager both forgot to cross off that clause which highly unlikely, right?!! Dont you worry, the salesman will definitely qualify those options with you before he even starts writing that contract. Some people here think it is dead simple to have the best price on a sales contract/written quote and walk into the finance dept and get the 1% finance.

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    It seems a strong deal for those wanting to buy a Nissan but there aren't many models I currently find appealing from this make (perhaps the Micra, but that's already a stretch).

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    GTR R35 here i come!!!!

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    I work for Nissan, and can tell you categorically that the 1% finance is only applicable on RRP pricing. Its part of the terms and conditions on the offer and dealers are physically unable to sell cars with 1% finance below a certain threshold (depending on the model).

    But, just remember that a lot of models already have a 2.7% finance offer available that you can negotiate a price on.. so its worth getting the business managers to give you all the repayment info for both offers and make your own mind up.

    Also, GTR and Leaf do not qualify for 1%, so no cheap GTR's :(

    • -2 votes

      NOW I love to see those keyboard warriors who said they know the gameplay to bargain the price down and walk into the finance dept and demand 1% finance package.

      • +1 vote

        Wimps like you that won't stand up & bargain must be a dealer's dream! Meanwhile, the rest of us fight tooth & nail for deals, & usually come out with either a few bucks saved or some value-added bonuses at the very least! ;)

      • +2 votes

        Go to dealership,

        Test drive etc, get a quote for said vehicle, not mention you want their finance, just before signing line, ask for finance. If they deny, take said quote to another Nissan dealer, tell them that this was the quote you were given on 1% finance and ask if they can beat that. Rinse and repeat until success.

        Not exactly difficult.

        • +1 vote

          Precisely. If one dealer won't play the game you get up & walk out, then find another dealer or marque that will. I even used online pricing (carsales & drive) for my last upgrade, two phone calls & a sales manager's name at a competing dealer saved me ~$4k! :)

          The harsh reality here; one that has already been noted by many; is that Nissan currently have very few noteworthy cars in their range. I would imagine that they really need to move quite a few…hence the only tactic they know will work, cheap finance! Smart bargainers will use the tactic you've described to leverage that desperation. ;)

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    Nissan's offer is EITHER 1% finance deal OR a $4,000 discount (on PathFinder, that's what I've found out).

    PathFinder ST (basic) - either $49,000 on 1% finance OR $45,000 cash/cheque/what else.

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    i saw Audi have 1% on their small cars too.

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