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Volvo XC90, SUV
#1848 of 1998 Looking to buy Volvo XC90 2010 with R package- Good deal or not?
Dec 17, 2009 (6:32 am)
We are looking at the Volvo XC90 2010 model with R package. We are using the Costco offer:
I know the Costco program is offering $500 off of employee pricing + $500 Costco gift card
Manufacturer to Dealer is $500
Owner Loyalty is $1500
I am not a current Volvo owner so we are not eligibile for this incentive.
Finance rate is 4.34%
I have a copy of the invoice
All Wheel Drive Traction 1880
Climate package 752
Metallic Paint 517
They would be offering 500.00 OFF the above invoice.
Is there any room for negotiation on this or should we go ahead with the deal?
#1849 of 1998 Re: Looking to buy Volvo XC90 2010 with R package- Good deal or not? [nicholaspmom]
Dec 17, 2009 (7:44 am)
You can subtract the 500 costco,and the 500 market support, and you didnt list your location but if the car is in stock there is probably room for another 500 to 1000. Location is the key this varies tremendously by different areas of the country.
For all posters please list your area with your questions, Sometimes what is happening in some major markets is not happening elsewhere. the incentives are usually the same, what varies is the advertising fees and the degree of dealer discounts.
#1850 of 1998 Re: Looking to buy Volvo XC90 2010 with R package- Good deal or not? [hollywood53]
Dec 17, 2009 (9:59 am)
I am located in Vermont. The advertising fee on the invoice was $250.00
They agreed to the additional $500 mfg to vendor bringing my price to
Invoice less $1000.
Deal or no deal???
Thank you very much
#1851 of 1998 Re: Looking at a slightly used XC90 [hollywood53]
Dec 17, 2009 (3:39 pm)
Thank you very much for doing this:
2010 2WD w/ 7k miles
I think everything else is standard. Park Assist as well, but I think that is standard? Sticker was just over $40k (I think $40,225).
They came down to $32,500. But it does not sound like they will budge another inch. Dealer broke down a new car with same equipment and it came to $35k and change (w/ loyalty, costco, $500 manufacturer). I would think that 7k miles would depreciate the car a little more than $2,500. Frustrating. I feel like they just want to get me into a new car if they can. That, or the incentives really don't allow a loaner car to make financial sense.
#1852 of 1998 Re: Looking to buy Volvo XC90 2010 with R package- Good deal or not? [nicholaspmom]
Dec 18, 2009 (7:35 am)
Are you saying that it is invoice minus the costco 500 and the market support of 500 making it 1000 behind invoice? If so there is still a little room even in Vermont but dont expect anything more than 3-500, this is a tough call cause there are so few dealers there, and if not then your current pricing is excellent for your georaphical area
#1853 of 1998 Re: Looking at a slightly used XC90 [atl_golfer]
Dec 18, 2009 (7:55 am)
here is the breakdown
cost = 38113 including adv fee
Minus 500 market support
minus 500 costco
minus 2000 holdback
minus 2000 loaner car support
minus 1500 loyalty if you qualify for all the above
plus 300 park asst ( this is not standard but might have been dealer installed)
total= 31913 this is what is called dealer net net cost
I would ask for oil change and new front brake pads, at the 32500, that 7k was all local driving as a loaner car outside of that a good deal.
#1854 of 1998 Re: Looking at a slightly used XC90 [hollywood53]
Dec 18, 2009 (8:01 am)
Park Assist is standard on 2010s
#1855 of 1998 Re: Looking to buy Volvo XC90 2010 with R package- Good deal or not? [hollywood53]
Dec 19, 2009 (6:34 am)
Yes invoice minus $1000. Plus you get a $500 costco card from Costco. You can't really count that in the deal but it is part of the incentive.
Thanks for your help!
#1856 of 1998 Re: Looking to buy Volvo XC90 2010 with R package- Good deal or not? [nicholaspmom]
Dec 19, 2009 (7:02 am)
Scroll up and see post #1852, there is just a little room left for your area.
#1857 of 1998 Comparing buying new vs the loaner.
Dec 20, 2009 (2:16 pm)
Me again. Now we are comparing buying new.
Quick question, I just noticed that USAA has discounted prices...looks like $1000 below invoice. Can I stack with Costco, or is it either one or the other?
This is the math I'm getting for one with $37,411 ($39,425 MSRP) - FWD, Metallic, Wood Wheel
-$1,000 - USAA
-$500 - Manufacturer Support
-$500 - Costco
-$1,500 - Loyalty
TOTAL: $33,911 (or $34,411 if I have to add back Costco)
Is this correct, or do I need to add back the $500 due to offers not being able to combine? Obviously I use USAA program if not. Also, I am in Atlanta. Can the dealer offer any discounts? Thanks for all your help!