Carl, I'm jealous. Before I bought the Pathfinder, I was toying with the very same idea myself, although with a Cayenne. I also don't get why this is so easy to do in Europe, but the Japanese companies don't offer the same type of deal. Unless it has something to do with the trade agreements. Including the flights and freight, will it come out less than if you just waited here for its arrival, or was it a break even? Had I done the same with a Cayenne, it would have saved me a few k once all was said and done.RacerZX wrote: Hard to believe she's already minted and waiting for us... For 2 weeks we'll drive around the EU, hitting my SO's home town Kosice in Slovakia, Prague, Nurburg (yes, to drive The Ring), Berlin (to work for my company for a few days), and then return to Munich to drop the new girl off and fly back and start an agonizing 8-10 week wait for her to arrive home.
The euro spec pathy is made in spain, right? What about Spanish delivery? I would love to get my hands on a Euro Pathy with that new 3.0L V6 turbodiesel!RacerZX wrote:Wouldn't it be awesome if Nissan did the same sort of thing? Japanese delivery? Well, wouldn't work for the Pathie, it's made in the US, but that would be a great way to buy a Leaf!