• Report: #972436

Complaint Review: Nissan World of Springfield

  • Submitted: Wed, November 21, 2012
  • Updated: Thu, November 22, 2012

  • Reported By: Starcrzar — Scotch Plains New Jersey United States of America
Nissan World of Springfield
146-162 US HGWY RT 22 Springfield, New Jersey United States of America

Nissan World of Springfield "Beware of an adjusted market value" Springfield, New Jersey

*Consumer Comment: It used to be called "additional dealer markup", but they now use the...

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When I first saw my new car it had a Sticker Price ($45,000) but when I showed interest and made a commitment to buy,  another Sticker Price was added using a hand written (with black marker) Sticker price ($ 54,000) for an additional $10,000. When asked why this happened the explanation was This is the adjusted Market value of the car. I negotiated to get the price lowered ($ 51,000) but the entire process left a sour taste in my mouth, I will be very reluctant to recommend anyone else to this dealer.

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#1 Consumer Comment

It used to be called "additional dealer markup", but they now use the...

AUTHOR: Ken - (USA)

nicer sounding "adjusted market value".

What it usually means is the car is in demand and also in short supply.

The dealer usually can't get all the cars needed to meet demand, so their reasoning is, make more profit on the ones they CAN get.

And YES, it could leave a sour taste in one's mouth.

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