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Volvo XC90, SUV
#1703 of 1998 Re: Volvo Price Cut on 2009 XC90 [palaver]
Apr 04, 2009 (2:33 pm)
I haven't had experience purchasing lately, but buying an XC90, especially if you're a current Volvo owner looks pretty good right now. $3245 price reduction + $750 rebate + $1500 loyalty money. When I was looking at the Xc90 at my dealer a few months ago, they were willing to give me $1700 off invoice right away, plus any other incentives. I crunched some numbers and at $1700 off invoice with the new prices and incentives, you could get a 3.2 nonmetallic paint (black or white) XC90 with AWD, premium, versatility, and climate for around $34,000.
#1704 of 1998 Any promotion now?
Apr 05, 2009 (6:37 am)
My local dealer told me the promotion changed? is that true?
any dealer still offer good price?
#1705 of 1998 Re: Any promotion now? [liili]
Apr 05, 2009 (6:53 am)
I would like to know that too as my 2 year lease on 07 XC90 is ending soon. Thanks.
#1706 of 1998 Re: Volvo Price Cut on 2009 XC90 [rocknroll389]
Apr 09, 2009 (10:02 pm)
Question on "$1500 loyalty money".
Is this a real discount for Volvo owners offered by Volvo? Meaning that the dealer will take another $1500 off whatever the price you negotiate as none volvo owners? It is hard to imagine that they will actually verify you are an Volvo owner.
With the April pricing, 3.2 nonmetallic, AWD, premium, versatility, and climate comes to $39595. Invoice is probably $35800. With $1700 off invoice is already close to $34000. So does this mean volvo owners can the car for 32500 + TTL? Seems too good to be true.
#1707 of 1998 Re: Volvo Price Cut on 2009 XC90 [mfw]
Apr 10, 2009 (2:41 pm)
It is hard to imagine that they will actually verify you are an Volvo owner.
Yes, we have to submit a copy of your current Volvo registration to get the money.
#1708 of 1998 New incentives & pricing
Apr 10, 2009 (4:16 pm)
I am a lttle confused by the new pricing and incentives. Just because they dropped the MSRP 8%, is that going directly to the bottom line? Where should I start my negotiations for a 3.2 metallic paint XC90 with AWD, premium & versatility.
MSRP is $39,445. Edmunds has the invoice at $37,838, but the TMV at $34,747. I do not currently own a Volvo.
#1709 of 1998 Re: New incentives & pricing [mlinny]
Apr 10, 2009 (8:49 pm)
>> Where should I start my negotiations for a 3.2 metallic paint XC90 with AWD, premium & versatility.
I have the same question. Can't help you here. I wish we have more posts of actual price paid.
>> MSRP is $39,445. Edmunds has the invoice at $37,838.,
I just want to point out that the invoice price you posted is probably not correct. Yahoo posts $34780 for the base model with MSPR $37000. That's already $2220 off. Still only 6%, low compared to other makes. I am guessing the real invoice price is 10% off MSPR ish.
#1710 of 1998 New incentives and pricing
Apr 11, 2009 (7:14 am)
We have a xc90 that is coming off of lease at the end of June.
Anyone have any current prices paid for:
2009 4-door XC90 3.2 Sport Utility with AWD
#1711 of 1998 Re: New incentives & pricing [mfw]
Apr 11, 2009 (7:50 am)
Yahoo posts $34780 for the base model with MSPR $37000. That's already $2220 off. Still only 6%, low compared to other makes.
Yahoo is correct. Price doesn't include freight or advertising.
Volvo markup is low
#1712 of 1998 Re: New incentives and pricing [stockwatch]
Apr 11, 2009 (12:26 pm)
MSRP is $46,350., this includes Freight, selling price with Loyalty is $40,547., this price does not include Metallic Paint. If you would like lease pricing, let me know what your parameters are and I will be happy to give them to you.