During the negotiation of a vehicle always, always, always ask for the price of the vehicle. I was completely taken advantage of as I was initially told the price of the car while the salesman negotiates by lowering my monthly payment and by lowering the financing interest rate.
Makes sense right? Wrong!!! While Nissan lowers the interest rate they are simply raising the price of the car with out telling you. In other words they really are NOT saving you anything when the start talking about interest rates and monthly payments.
No wonder why they rushed the signoff process without reviewing any numbers.
Ok.. It gets better.. I go back to complain that I was rushed through the sign off process and about the "Class Act Sales Pitch" (in my book no more than a *** Artist walking the streets)and I am told after a long drawn out conversation, the manager tells that they are going to do the right thing and make the situation better by telling me they will buy the car back once I receive the title which takes approx 45 days as long as I agree to hold off on completely the customer satisfaction survey and agree to buy another car.
So, I agree and leave the dealer site. He shakes my hand and the whole thing seems to be better now. After two weeks goes by I realize that I was scammed a second time. Daaa..
I really will not be receiving the title until the car is paid off. Bottom Line: Nissan will take full advantage of you and it appears there are no laws to save us from this.
Product or Service Mentioned: Nissan Car.