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Looking at a 2004 Murano SL AWD with SL Touring, Dynamic Control, Navigation Systems, Floor Mats, Splash Guards, Carog Area Protector and Sunroof Wind Deflector. The MSRP is $37,710, but the car is a dealer demo with 4,000 miles. Dealer is offering a $4,000 discount (price $33,710). I think the price is too high. According to Edmunds.com, the dealer invoice for a brand new vehicle with options is $34,313 and TMV $36,047. I read an article that suggested that a demo discount should be 15% of MSRP and .15 per mile, hence the price would be approx $31,500, not $33,710.
1. Any valuation suggestions?
2. Is $33,710 too high?
3. What might be a fair price for this vehicle?
 

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I think it is too high...I paid 34,000 even for an 04 NEW with the same features...
 

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Run Edmunds on that car (used) with 4k. Take the figure to your dealer to negotiate.
 

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You should be able to get a new Mo for that price, I would not buy a used Mo for any price. you will be better off to get a new one for close to 33,500-34,500. You will want to know what the car has been through during the break-in period.

Don't buy used/demo/manager special unless it is very cheap, 4000-5000 below invoice. and they give you an extended warranty.
 

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My 2003 MO SL AWD was only a little north of 30K. It too was a demo but had no NAV, no Dynamic Control, and 6000 miles. Otherwise though, it was loaded.
 

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Sgt_Beavis, what was the invoice price for your Mo?

30,000+ seems like a lot for an 2003 with 6000 miles.
 

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I agree with the others - it is too high. I paid @ 34k for mine new.
 
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