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Hello all,just looking for some advice on what sort of deal/price I should be aiming for when I visit the dealers soon. I am still a maybe on the Juke, I will buy it if the deal is right only.The model we are looking at is the Tekna CVT petrol in Solid Arctic White, Urban Pack, Black Exterior Pack, illuminated Entry GuardList price of Car £17,950List price of Add-Ons £1050Freebies I would demand: Mats and Boot coverTotal : 19,000With the above set up, is it realistic ( given the time of year and previous experiences) to ask for say 16.5k total? Price before considering finance charges and Nissan contribution of £500.Also , given my choices is there likely to be a long wait time?many thanks in advance for your time.
 

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Hi r3xhn, welcome to the forum2.5K off list I think will be very optimistic but may be not impossible dealers have 5% margin on a Juke and the CVT is very popularI perosnally would look around for the extras in the paid member section here are some terrific offers available to members and even without that the dealers associated with THIS forum offer remarkable value for accessories.wait time can vary according to models, historically the CVT has always caused a wait but not necessarily always the case. I waited 10 days for my 2nd Juke although I waited 3 months for the 1st one.
 

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Thanks for the prompt reply :)my thinking was that they would have more room to juggle with the add-ons, but guess you are saying I am better off buying them afterwards from another seller?thanks
 

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i bought a 2nd hand tekna CVT 2011 with very low mileage for under £13k..not even 2 years old yet.. If you are looking to save ££. That way you could buy all you could think of and still not spent as much as a brand new one They are out there but they get snapped up like you wouldnt believe..
 

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Yes dealer told me they make only 6% on a new car
Dont bother fetching any extras into the equation for negotiation as you can get them cheap enough from here

Seriously consider a Nismo as some I'd the demo cars will be dropping to that sort of Price now
Do a search on eBay and piston heads for guidence on price and don't be frightened to travel nationwide for the best deal
I had 8 dealers bidding for my deal and the difference was a massive £1600
Most of the work can be done on the telephone or by email
A day off work can save fortune
 

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Thanks for the advice guys. Will have another look at the Nismo, its a lovely car but even at a couple of K more, it also means increased insurance, especially for the mrs's and we are already pushing our budget for the Tekna.
 
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