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My 2010 tax credit for purchasing the 2010 Altima Hybrid was recently denied by the IRS. They claim to not have sufficient support about the purchase. I provided sales contract, manufaturers certification and Nissan information on how to read the VIN. Still no luck. I now have to go to Tax Court to claim it. Did anyone have this issue and how did you resolve it? Appreciate any help. Thanks.
I'm trying to get quotes from dealers on a 2011 Nissan Altima Hybrid with Convenience and Premium packages. I think it is rare for the dealerships to receive them with just those two packages and not also the Technology (nav) package, because I did inventory searches of 12 dealerships in the New York/CT, and I had a hard time finding a car optioned the way I'd like. So far, I have ... Read More
I've had my car back a few weeks since taking it in for Service Engine Soon light and rough running/EV mode not operating normally. They found a misfire code and replaced everything from the head to the catalytic converter per the TSB. Everything has been fine since. The dealer gave me a loaner since it was going to take a few days to get and install the parts. The service advisor ... Read More
I have a 2010 Nissan ALtima Hybrid that i bought in August. I did my first oil change as instructed at 3,750 miles or about 3.5 months. I live in the city so I do not use it that often so I am just passed 6 months, but I only have about 5,500 miles. Do I still need to do an oil change to keep up with the warranty or can ... Read More
For a Nissan dealer to blame the engine problems known to occur and that have been discussed in this forum and elsewhere on use of regular gas is scandalous! The manual for my 2008 Altima Hybrid (which I purchased brand new in January 2009) states in chapter nine section three (9-3) states:"Use unleaded regular gasoline with an octane rating of at least 87 AKI (Anti-Knock Index) number (Research Octane Number 91)". ... Read More
Great deals in east coast! Too bad not many dealers are selling 2010 Altima Hybrid in California. North Bay Nissan is selling 2011 for $20,999. California residents could use this price to negotiate 2010 Altima hybrid for $19000.
I have an opportunity to purchase a 2010 Nissan Altima hybrid...msrp of $28940 for $21000 even (including all rebates)...seems like a great deal. Any comments?
Stay on top of them hhubby! I guess the recall that was mentioned (back in Jan 2010) to me by the dealership doing my engine repair, has never happened. Mine has been running relatively fine since they cleaned out the carbon deposits (after a month in the shop in which all the work was done in the last 7 days due to Nissan Corporate Tech support). Six and one half months ... Read More
Hi, If I get a brand new Nissan Altima Hybrid 2009 now, would i still be able to get the 2350 tax credit for hybrid vehicles? or does the federal tax credit apply to only 2010 nissan altima hybrids? for tax year 2010. Thanks
I purchase one from CarsDirect.com since there are only 3 hybrid cars in San Diego now. They are navy and black which I think is too hot for SoCal. They found me on in Orange County, Here are the details. 2010 Nissan Altima Hybrid Base 4dr Sedan MSRP: $ 27,630.00 Invoice: $ 25,932.00 CarsDirect Price: $ 21,482.00 CarsDirect Price: $ 20,882.00 ---->I asked for a little bargain. Exterior Color: Ocean Gray ... Read More
Hello Docs Larry and lightshybrid: So they finally returned my NAH to me on January 14th still indicating that there would be a recall next month. Between December 15th 2009 and January 14th 2010, all they accomplished under the incompetent misguidance of Nissan Tech Support was to detect carbon deposits after 10 days. The rest of the time was supposed determining if the valves were damaged, cleaning them and putting it ... Read More
I bought a 2010 fully loaded NAH MSRP 34,920 (Tech package, etc etc) for $31,100 $500 bonus cash back $2350 Tax Credit from Uncle Sam 0.9% for 60 months =$28,250 I think I would have been better off taking a higher interest rate and $3,000 cash back, I could have saved roughly $500 more throughout the financing. But I decided to buy my car in November instead of December...oh well. The ... Read More
Just bought a new 2009 NAH in New Hampshire, even though NH is not officially one of the 8 states. Current Nissan rebate (Oct. & Nov. 2009) for the '09 NAH is $3,500, and there may be an additional $500 Black Friday incentive. With some negotiating, dealer took an additional $3,000 off the $27,500 base sticker price (not even including their dealer-added transportation, pin-stripping and clear-cote fluff). OTD price (w/o TTL): ... Read More
Car Man I'm looking at a 2009 loaded Altima Hybrid which I want to lease for 24 months with 18k miles per year (will Nissan allow that?) in California. What's the current money factor rate using a Tier 0 or Tier 1 and what's the residual value for that car for that many miles and term. Also, do you have any of the same info available for a 2010 loaded with ... Read More
*also, the federal tax credit law clearly states you're not allowed to immediately sell the car after buying it I don't see any clear indication. I think it's kind of vague - what kind of the time frame does immediate cover? - one week? - one month - a year? I would think they mean someone who buys the hybrid and then resells it without registering it just to claim the ... Read More
I doubt it, they said it's the 2010 Prius' and also Nissan tweaked the software so that it "drives like a Nissan"
The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2010 Nissan Altima Hybrid in WA is: