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Old 08-21-2011, 08:24 PM   #1
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Default 2011 Nismo 370z Rebuild title

I'm looking into buying a 2011 nismo 370z with a rebuild title. It has 3k miles and they're asking $34k for it.

I've seen pictures of the crash and it looks like the driver ran straight into a pole. Hood, Bumper cover, crash bar, air bags, and radiators support has all been replaced and it looks 100% new


My question is, is that a fair price considering the rebuilt title? If not what would you offer? Keep in mind the car looks pristine and the damage wasn't very bad, the radiator is still original. I think the only reason the car was salvaged was bc the air bags deployed.

Thanks for any input, need to decide soon! It's also the ONLY one for sale in my area.
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Old 08-21-2011, 08:34 PM   #2
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if excellent condition i would offer KellyBlueBook excellent value divided by 2

So worth $40,000? Offer $20,000
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Old 08-21-2011, 09:40 PM   #3
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Walk away, that is not a deal at all.

$20K maybe but most of the 370z NISMO owners that I know have paid nearly $34K for theirs brand new.
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definitely not, my brother recently got a 2011 nismo clean title for 29 with only 17k miles on it o.o you can always find better deals, don't go rebuilt/salvage! =) glwb
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Old 08-22-2011, 12:09 AM   #5
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Don't do it. You can find clean cars for cheaper.
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I went 1-2 weeks ago to a dealer to test drive a 2010 370z Nismo. The sticker price was 34k and car only had 10k miles. This is all pre-negotiated.
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definitely not, my brother recently got a 2011 nismo clean title for 29 with only 17k miles on it o.o you can always find better deals, don't go rebuilt/salvage! =) glwb
Something seems sketchy. He bought a one year old car with 17K on the clock already?
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lots and lots of highway driving, seems like the guy that sold it was moving from out of state or something. nevertheless, we got a great deal!
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might be different but i purchased a 2009 Corolla in 2008 and with my 75 mile round trip for work when i sold it in march 2010 it had 39,000 miles on it
the husband of the couple was confused also because it was only one year old but when i told him my purchase date he was ok with it
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lots and lots of highway driving, seems like the guy that sold it was moving from out of state or something. nevertheless, we got a great deal!
Damn, I guess so! Congrats on the new ride man!
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Thanks for all the input gentlemen.

I though $34k was quite outrageous myself considering the rebuilt title. I will be test driving today hopefully, If it all checks out well I might offer something like $20k and see where he counters.
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considering i helped broker a perfectly titled used (10k mile) 2011 nismo z for
$31k i'd say the bong is working.
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Thanks for all the input gentlemen.

I though $34k was quite outrageous myself considering the rebuilt title. I will be test driving today hopefully, If it all checks out well I might offer something like $20k and see where he counters.
No way the dealer will let that car go for anywhere near $20K. Walk away and let them wait for some sucker to buy it.
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they will see 20k as a lowball, it will not be a fun negotiation. I advise against even considering the car to begin with, why would you want a rebuilt title car?
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i'd say the bong is working.
^^this
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As others are saying, I would run like Forrest Gump and dont look back. I wouldnt pay 20k for that car let alone 34K. Someone gonna get raped.
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