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Volvo XC90, SUV
#1686 of 1998 What price should I offer to pay?
Mar 04, 2009 (10:48 am)
I want to buy a 2009 Volvo XC90 with Premium package, Versatility package, BLIS, and rear entertainment system. MSRP is $43,565 and Invoice is $41,000. I'm going to fax offers to various Volvo dealerships around the country and will gladly travel anywhere to pick up the lowest price. I'm paying cash with no trade-in. I'm not a Volvo owner and won't use Costco. I'm not in any rush to make a deal.
I know that even at Invoice price, the dealer is making a good profit. I should be able to buy below Invoice. For this type of transaction, the dealer shouldn't keep more than $300 profit. Buyers are few and dealers are hurting big time.
Leaving TT&L out, what would be a good low price that I should offer to pay for the car? Is $36,000 cash a possibility or am I going to have to go higher? What should I offer? All help greatly appreciated.
#1687 of 1998 Re: Can Volvo 0.9% APR financing be combined with $2500 Loyalty Rebate? [volvomax]
Mar 08, 2009 (6:25 am)
max and others,
Just an update on our personal quest. Almost pulled the trigger on the '08 fully loaded V8, new but repaired(had some body damage in transit) that was the same Willow Green as our XC70. Couldn't come to terms since the $5k dealer cash disappeared if we chose the 0.9 financing. To top things off, my darling REALLY wants integrated Bluetooth, nav and sat radio--instead of all the aftermarket doo-dads. To make a short story longer, we are on the list for the XC60 tour to arrive in Texas in week or so. The 60 is likely to be a little small bicycle-transport-wise but we'll see if we can make do. The 'factory' offer is free lifetime Sirius and 36 mo. maintenance--we'll see if the economy 'stimulates' any additional incentives. Stay tuned!
#1688 of 1998 Re: What price should I offer to pay? [dallaspatent]
Mar 09, 2009 (3:00 am)
I just got an 09 XC90 last saturday and mine has all the things you are looking for except the versatility package cause i didnt want the extra seats but it has bluetooth and the msrp was 41,750 I got the car for 31,750 so they took 10k off the price with all incentives and such your only looking at tops of 3k in features difference from what I bought mine. I think 33k is a reasonable price you should shoot for dont let them trick you. The only issue you might have is my deal was with feb Incentives for march it might be different. Also another suggestion is go in for a lease and buy it out it was cheaper to do that then to finance it out because if you lease it and volvo isnt the one leasing it to you directly you get 6k off the car price. Luckily the dealer I went to deals with US Bank and I think most of the dealers do so you can get that off the car price. Good Luck
#1689 of 1998 09 xc90 incentives for march
Mar 09, 2009 (11:26 am)
does anyone know Volvo's incentives out for march on '09 3.2 xc90
#1690 of 1998 Re: What price should I offer to pay? [tonyg41]
Mar 10, 2009 (11:30 am)
Did you really get 10k off the price of a 2009 model? As far as I know the 2008 models can be bought for 10k off MSRP, but not the 2009s.
#1691 of 1998 Hows this deal?
Mar 13, 2009 (8:21 am)
07 AWD 3.2
DUAL SCREEN DVD PLAYER - FULL POWER - POWER SEATS - ALLOY WHEELS - AM/FM/6CD- LEATHER - THIRD ROW SEATING - POWER MOON ROOF - HEATED SEATS STABILITY CONTROL - ABS - TRACTION CONTROL - SIDE AIR BAGS BLUETOOTH...
has 15,000 miles.
#1692 of 1998 Re: What price should I offer to pay? [tonyg41]
Mar 13, 2009 (9:27 pm)
Hi, Can you email me the Contact information and dealer name at msidd111hotmail.com. Your deal sounds great. Did anybody else camee cross such deal? If so please refer me your contact.
#1693 of 1998 Re: What price should I offer to pay? [tonyg41]
Mar 19, 2009 (7:03 pm)
Thanks for the info Tony. Sounds like you got a great price. I'll try $33K and see if anyone bites.
#1694 of 1998 2006 T5 XC90 Canada
Mar 22, 2009 (12:54 pm)
I was looking at T5 7 seater with about 47000 KM (29000 miles) on it. It is certified and has approximately 1.5 years left on the warranty. Not sure of all the options it has on it but it did have leather, sunroof but it did not have a power seat on the passenger side. The dealer is asking 33,995 CDN (~27,500 US). Wondering what a fair price for this vehicle is. The dealership is in Eastern Canada.
thanks for any help
#1695 of 1998 No Loaner if you don't buy from us
Mar 23, 2009 (3:55 pm)
I was told by my local Volvo dealership that if I don't purchase my vehicle from them that they will not provide me with a loaner car or shuttle service because I'm not "technically" their customer.
The dealership that has given me the best price is an hour away.
Can they really do that?