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Any recommended Nissan dealership in the GTA?

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Any recommended Nissan dealership in the GTA?

How long does it take now to pick up an 2021 Quashqai?
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Oct 4, 2006
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Burlington
I really liked the Burlington Nissan dealership that I dealt with when getting my Murano a few years back. I dealt with Michael Principe and Matt the sales manager. Both were great.
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Toronto
Anywhere except Milton Nissan Winking Face

You have been warned
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Scarborough
Never had a good experience with Nissan. Their maintenance cost are outrageous compared to its competitors. My Maxima (bought new) had a great ride, but the reliability was something to question, was stranded one too many times.

Told myself I would never buy Nissan again, but I ended up buying a 1974 260Z a few years back and it's been awesome. Love working on the car.
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Jun 24, 2006
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Cobourg Nissan.

Sometimes you have a drive a little bit for a higher quality buying experience.
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Clarington, ON
Gutty96 wrote: Cobourg Nissan.

Sometimes you have a drive a little bit for a higher quality buying experience.
Bought one from there. Clarington Nissan is under same ownership/management umbrella.
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KevinM56081 wrote: Bought one from there. Clarington Nissan is under same ownership/management umbrella.
I work for the owner's Dad and Uncle's original family business ( distribution transformer manufacturing). Great people. Wouldn't want to work anywhere else.
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GTA West
Gutty96 wrote: Cobourg Nissan.

Sometimes you have a drive a little bit for a higher quality buying experience.
This...

OP, Definitely do drive a few more kms to the "best" dealer that you find for buying a new car (of course not like over 200 kms unless you really cant find any other better - cobourg is still <200 kms from Out West -eg Burlington all the way east LOL)... You only need to go there a couple of times anyway (eg buy the car/negotiate, pick up the car)... Service/Warranty work may be different, esp if you know of an indy car repair shop...
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May 3, 2020
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healsio wrote: How long does it take now to pick up an 2021 Quashqai?
Check with Woodbine Nissan. I PMed you more details.
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Jan 21, 2011
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GTA
Alta Nissan used to be good back in the day. Brought a few cars from Orangeville Nissan as well, I have one particular sales lady there that I like. I would put her name here, but apparently that’s a no no.
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Brampton
Try DirectNissan. They are throwing away deals with package and everything including winter tires. Message me for more information and I am happy to give you their contact. They are constantly in contact with me.
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If you could wait for the new redesigned 2022 Qashqai, you should get a great deal on 2021. But if you need it now then nothing you can do really.
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VanillaDonut wrote: If you could wait for the new redesigned 2022 Qashqai, you should get a great deal on 2021. But if you need it now then nothing you can do really.
The 2022 Qashqai has a really sharp exterior and upscale interior (taken from the recently updated Rogue). Agree with VD... if you can wait, get the 2022, but if you want to save money you can probably get a great deal on the 2021 off the lot from any of the GTA dealerships.

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Get the 2022, looking real nice.

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