Agreed. I'm also a big fan of the "walk away" - works like a champ.
2015 Lamborghini Huracan, Grigio Lynx
2012 R8 Coupe, 5.2L MT6, Suzuka Gray/Black
2012 R8 Spyder 4.2L MT6, Suzuka Gray/Black
2006 Porsche 997 4S Cab MT6, Guards Red/Cocoa
2004 Porsche 996 4S MT6, GT Silver/Black
Here is a new Ibis manual being offered at (I believe) $25K off on a buy it now. You might be able to get more
nice price on a exclusive selection V10 MT. Good find. MSRP on that puppy is 165,750. 25850 off MSRP plus the exclusive selection has built in discount on the options. Very nice deal, surprised it is listed as used. 106 miles. Wonder what the story is on that one....
Last edited by carsany; 02-09-2013 at 11:33 PM.
Most salesman aren't able to really make the final deal at these discount levels. They have to go to "the Management" to get approval. Be sure you are either ready to sit and play the game, or use the walk away to get the best deal. After a couple of times with the salesman going back and forth, ask to sit with the manager, or the person that is doing the real negotiating.
I would start at 40-45k off. You can always go up, and remember they need to sell the car far more than you need to park it in your garage.
Last edited by ylwiron; 02-10-2013 at 08:05 AM. Reason: grammer
Jaguar XKR / Land Rover sport S/C / Acura NSX
I have contacted a few dealers hoping to snipe a 2012 at about £25k off msrp. Being in the UK, I don't know if the business model is different, but I can't seem to get anywhere close to that.
Perhaps the stock in the UK is more limited or something?
Advice would be much appreciated.
Yeah it's a tough one. Hunting for a deal and selling my car privately in the meantime.
25K off and thats before negotiations start. The only guy who is going to pay the $173K is a guy who uses money as TP or has been living under a rock and doesnt realize we have been in the Information technology age for the past 25 years
2013 A8 - White/Tan, Comfort pkg, Convenience Pkg, B&O Sound
2O14 Red V10 Spyder