Great cargurus - when it's a new vehicle you don't give us the MSRP so we can determine how much of a screwing we are getting from the dealer? What do we call that a "great deal"? What a bunch of BS that is. also, what's up with not providing a pricing analysis on some vehicles?

Asked by Feb 07, 2017 at 09:21 PM about the Nissan 370Z

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

4 Answers

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Go the car maker's web site for the MSRP. This site does not catalog MSRPs, it is a free listing site for sellers, new or used. The price analysis is based on listings, if a car has too few listings then they can't provide an aggregate of that data.

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Look on the window sticker for the MSRP or find it on the factory website. It is not a secret. In any case the dealer sets up the ad, not Car Gurus.

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http://cargurus.helpscoutdocs.com/article/10-what-is-imv

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You can research the MSRP on this site, as well. Use the -- stick with me here -- "Research" heading.

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