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Volvo XC90, SUV
#1624 of 1998 Re: 2008 V8 XC90 [volvomax]
Nov 21, 2008 (5:37 pm)
I just found this info about the Costco deal. I didnt realize this was how the deal was structured. I might have to have a talk with my dealer. So, volvomax, are you saying Volvo employee pricing is invoice?
Purchase a new Volvo XC90, XC70 or V70 through the Costco Auto Program between November 20, 2008 and January 5, 2009, to receive:
* $1,000 off Volvo’s employee price
* All available customer rebates and dealer incentives
* $500 Costco Cash Card for completing a Costco Auto Program Survey
#1625 of 1998 Re: 2008 V8 XC90 [rocknroll389]
Nov 22, 2008 (7:48 am)
volvomax, are you saying Volvo employee pricing is invoice?
Yes. It is A-Plan and that is invoice.
#1626 of 1998 2007 Used certified
Nov 22, 2008 (11:42 pm)
Today we purchased a willow green Used/certified 2007 XC90 3.2 FWD that came with:
25k miles on the clock and 4 yrs or 75k miles left on the warranty.
price 23.9k + TTL.
From Volvo in Santa Monica. Did we do ok?
#1627 of 1998 2008 XC 90 price?
Nov 25, 2008 (2:25 pm)
Through a car buying service available to me, I've obtained a price of $32,994 for a 2008 XC90 3.2 FWD with most of the available bells and whistles except no DVD entertainment system or navigation system. It was a demo or courtesy vehicle for the dealer and has 6,000 miles on it. On Edmunds.com, I found the private price of $32,628 and dealer retail price of $35,195. This seems like a great deal but the consumer reviews of this vehicle are quite mixed so I'm not confident that I'm making the right choice. I do like this car and loved the Volvo I had before although it was a bit of a dog and maintenance and repairs were very expensive.
I'd appreciate insight into whether A) I've negotiated a good price? and B) is an XC90 a sensible and practical purchase that I won't regret?
Thanks for your feedback.
#1628 of 1998 Re: 2008 XC 90 price? [Moichi]
Nov 25, 2008 (5:01 pm)
From the conversations i had here in South Cali the low 30s figure was about the price to pay for the spec you mentioned with 0 miles on the clock. A) i would say no. B)depends on your needs.
#1629 of 1998 $31.3K for new 2008 XC90 AWD, good enough?
Nov 25, 2008 (5:12 pm)
Got a quota of $31.3K + tax and tags for a new 2008 XC90 AWD with Premium pkg, Climate pkg, Versatility pkg after Volvo loyalty, Costco and gift card. Is this good enough? Thanks.
#1630 of 1998 Re: $31.3K for new 2008 XC90 AWD, good enough? [twovolvo]
Nov 27, 2008 (11:02 am)
I think this is a good deal. Is it for a 2008 AWD special edition? Today there is an e-mail said they have another $750 off or they will offer a free 3-yrs services.
Another question is where do you get this deal?
#1631 of 1998 Re: $31.3K for new 2008 XC90 AWD, good enough? [buyvolvo]
Nov 27, 2008 (11:11 am)
Thanks! This is NOT the special edition. Where did you get this email? Is this $750 the gift card or a new discount on top of the $750 holiday GC. BTW, this is in PA/NJ area.
#1632 of 1998 Re: $31.3K for new 2008 XC90 AWD, good enough? [twovolvo]
Nov 27, 2008 (11:20 am)
I am not sure what is this $750. The e-mail says "Take an additional $750 off our already low, Internet E-Price!" (I assume that is after loyalty and costco discount). See the link below, there is a new item of $750 just posted. I am very serious to buy one soon. I am in MD/VA. I was told that they only have special edition, which is about $2000 more than your price.
#1633 of 1998 Re: $31.3K for new 2008 XC90 AWD, good enough? [buyvolvo]
Nov 27, 2008 (11:47 am)
Thanks. Yes, that $750 is the holiday GC. You can apply this to the car price.