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


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.


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.



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

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