https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/inventory ... ity=c28784NonSequitur wrote: ↑Sat Jul 11, 2020 6:24 amIt's not repetitious to me at all - do tell!
I'm not a Colorado resident (I'm Florida), but when you say "if you CAN buy a car in CO" do you mean residency? My friend bought a car in Kansas or something and shipped it all the way here for savings, but if I understand correctly, the Colorado deals are resident-specific (meaning they won't do someone from Florida any good at all). In fact, the Colorado state-deals are somewhat of a 'crutch' for the dealers, in that they rely on those rebates to bring the price down, so they (the dealership) don't have to work as hard on lowering their own profit on the sale.
If you can point me to a price under $20 that I can actually grab without residency, then point the way!
https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/l-Used-20 ... =275635400
I think the ones I spoke to were the dealers in Fort Collins and Colorado Springs. From memory, provided you finance at least the first 3 months through Nissan of USA, the federal and Colorado tax credits go to Nissan in CO (and are credited to your balance).
Specifically, they said things like this:
I had them try to offer me SL / leather seat package deals in the 24-29k range, obviously, since that's their job. But their offers for standard interior SV+ definitely came in below the 21k mark after everything is factored in.We have up to $14,000 in initial savings and that doesn't even include the up to $7,500 Federal Tax Credit!
It does look like some of those deals may have disappeared with the peak of the pandemic settling down.