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Nissan Interstar 2.5 DCI 100PS (SE) 2009 brand new £12014.74 delivered @ Boffer
Nissan Interstar 2.5 DCI 100PS (SE) 2009 brand new £12014.74 delivered @ Boffer

Nissan Interstar 2.5 DCI 100PS (SE) 2009 brand new £12014.74 delivered @ Boffer

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yep boffer have done it again another huge one!

Nissan Interstar 2.5 DCI 100PS (SE)


Condition: brand new (pre-registered `59 plate)

Warranty: Full manufacturers warranty

note 24 hours only or until sold out!

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Original Poster

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thanks ordered 3!!!

heat added!

I wanted 4, damn you Boffer

delivery only 2.99 :-)

does scooby-doo come with the van?

Seems like a good price so don't quite know why all the silly comments! Seems like if a deal isn't for some half price £10 tat no-one is interested nowadays despite the large saving (over £3k from what I can see!!!) on offer :roll:

I would like to say thanks for posting, I don't need one but I dont want some half price Moet either yet that went red hot! :thumbsup:

Well put. Just because it may not be what you want doesn't mean it isn't a good deal!!

danscarface;7018706

Well put. Just because it may not be what you want doesn't mean it isn't … Well put. Just because it may not be what you want doesn't mean it isn't a good deal!!



Cheers Dan, welcome to the site, (repped you to get you started and for having a common sense attitude :thumbsup:)

Original Poster

thanks guys its not for everyone but a deal is a deal so dont get why people vote it cold cause its not for them or out of there price range!

onlyme23;7018799

thanks guys its not for everyone but a deal is a deal so dont get why … thanks guys its not for everyone but a deal is a deal so dont get why people vote it cold cause its not for them or out of there price range!



:thumbsup: it does get a bit annoying but what can you do? Just keep your deals coming 'cos if it helps just one person its worth it :santa:

Surely if a vehicle is Pre-Registered, it cannot be described as " Brand New " it will have a name on the log book already.

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Inactive;7018885

Surely if a vehicle is Pre-Registered, it cannot be described as " Brand … Surely if a vehicle is Pre-Registered, it cannot be described as " Brand New " it will have a name on the log book already.



Yeah but never really affects the resale value a few years down the line, especially with commercial vehicles.

These wont have had any scrappage allowance etc on them. I used to be a salesman for Nissan so could probably take a punt at how they have got them.

If a garage sells enough vehicles it will get a volume bonus, so for example (and these figures are only for example) a garage is set a target of selling 20 Micra's in a month. If they do this Nissan will not only let them have the markup they already have on the vehicle, but also give them a £500 per car volume bonus - they do this to shift stock that is sitting in big car parks. The garage gets to near month end and has only sold 17, so is going to miss out on the volume bonus. What do they do?? Sell 3 to themselves, thats one of the ways you get pre-registered cars. By selling these 3 to themselves they then get £500 back for each of the 20 which have been sold = £10k So even if they do knock £3k off each one they sell on, they are still £4k up on where they would have been.

The other way is that they have been bought in in a 'pack' i.e. Nissan have sold them a job lot of say 20 vehicles for £1k each less than they would normally get them for. Because of some regulation (cant remember which one it is off the top of my head) the garage only has 90 days to sell them before they have to register them to someone (i.e. themselves). This is why you get the adverts in the paper with dealer specific deals on cars (unlike manufacturer deals) where they are offering a lower finance rate on a particular model etc. It also tells you why a garage changes its showroom cars every 90 days (or there abouts).

Either way there are good savings to be had is you know how to work the system, if I'm buying brand new I only buy ex. showroom models now. They usually have the optional extras fitted and you can negotiate a big discount if you know they need to get rid. Also the difference between a showroom model and a pre-registered one is that the showroom one will only have had 1 owner, and comes with the full warranty. Pre-Reg come with the balance of the warranty from when they were 1st registered.

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Inactive;7018885

Surely if a vehicle is Pre-Registered, it cannot be described as " Brand … Surely if a vehicle is Pre-Registered, it cannot be described as " Brand New " it will have a name on the log book already.



If it is unused, it is still brand new. If I buy a TV from Argos but don't open the box, or use its contents, I can flog it on the bay as brand new.:)

i bought a pre-reg astra and saved a bundle. not as long a warrenty i know, but the savings i made more than compensate for that for me. As for the re-sale value of a pre-reg, any trade-in price for any type is a joke if you keep the car a few years. Good post.

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cosmicdav3;7019167

These wont have had any scrappage allowance etc on them. I used to be a … These wont have had any scrappage allowance etc on them. I used to be a salesman for Nissan so could probably take a punt at how they have got them.If a garage sells enough vehicles it will get a volume bonus, so for example (and these figures are only for example) a garage is set a target of selling 20 Micra's in a month. If they do this Nissan will not only let them have the markup they already have on the vehicle, but also give them a £500 per car volume bonus - they do this to shift stock that is sitting in big car parks. The garage gets to near month end and has only sold 17, so is going to miss out on the volume bonus. What do they do?? Sell 3 to themselves, thats one of the ways you get pre-registered cars. By selling these 3 to themselves they then get £500 back for each of the 20 which have been sold = £10k So even if they do knock £3k off each one they sell on, they are still £4k up on where they would have been.The other way is that they have been bought in in a 'pack' i.e. Nissan have sold them a job lot of say 20 vehicles for £1k each less than they would normally get them for. Because of some regulation (cant remember which one it is off the top of my head) the garage only has 90 days to sell them before they have to register them to someone (i.e. themselves). This is why you get the adverts in the paper with dealer specific deals on cars (unlike manufacturer deals) where they are offering a lower finance rate on a particular model etc. It also tells you why a garage changes its showroom cars every 90 days (or there abouts).Either way there are good savings to be had is you know how to work the system, if I'm buying brand new I only buy ex. showroom models now. They usually have the optional extras fitted and you can negotiate a big discount if you know they need to get rid. Also the difference between a showroom model and a pre-registered one is that the showroom one will only have had 1 owner, and comes with the full warranty. Pre-Reg come with the balance of the warranty from when they were 1st registered.



utter tripe, no truth whatsoever in the last two sentences here!
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