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Volvo XC70, Volvo V70, Volvo V70 R, Wagon
#291 of 390 Re: 2004 XC70 with 72,000 miles and Resale of Volvo Certified Vehicle [tlamb]
Jul 19, 2007 (3:42 am)
I'm surprised the Toyota dealer gave you a price and let you escape without buying the car!
To your first question, that looks like a damn good price, at least compared to the asking prices I saw on a lot of other Volvos in the Carolinas... even if the CPO warranty doesn't transfer.
As for the warranty, that sounds like a question for Volvo corporate/warranty folks.
If there's a way to send a message offline, try it... I think we're dealing with some of the same people here. I bought my '06 V70 from Parkway, and early in the process I had shopped a RAV4 at the Toyota dealer, so perhaps I could share a tidbit or two.
#292 of 390 Re: 2004 XC70 with 72,000 miles and Resale of Volvo Certified Vehicle [ronsteve]
Jul 19, 2007 (6:05 pm)
I would like to compare notes about our experiences with Toyota of Wilmington as soon as possible.
FYI: Volvo warranty person at Parkway said the CPO does not transfer.
Do a Google search for "benzidine lawsuits nc" for my info. I'll be in the office tomorrow.
(My wife and I looked at that same 2006 V70 over at Parkway, ironically.)
#293 of 390 Re: Prices for New 2007 XC70 [obelus]
Jul 20, 2007 (7:55 am)
$33,800 is a good price. Could you please email me the dealership and contact sales to tempusage03yahoo.com? Thanks!
#294 of 390 2007 XC70 with Adventure Package
Aug 02, 2007 (6:58 am)
Has anyone established exactly what the invoice price of the Adventure Package is? I'm trying to figure out what the base X-Plan cost of an '07 model is at this point (including dealer incentives). Obelus - where'd you get your numbers from?
#295 of 390 Re: 2007 XC70 with Adventure Package [brendanp]
Aug 03, 2007 (1:15 pm)
The invoice price of the Adventure package is $8,764 with a current "special package price" of $4500, a "savings" of $4264. Note it includes about anything you would want from the prior offered packages.
#296 of 390 Re: 2007 XC70 with Adventure Package [budsjp]
Aug 04, 2007 (7:01 am)
Thanks for the response!
That would seem to make an Adventure Package equipped 07 XC70 $35,101 with X-Plan pricing (4k off of invoice for incentives, plus 4500 for the package).
Never having purchased a car new before, should I expect to see the incentives creep even higher as we approach wide availability of the 08s? Or is this pretty much the floor of where the 07s will go?
#297 of 390 Re: 2007 XC70 with Adventure Package [brendanp]
Aug 05, 2007 (4:38 am)
That was the deal I made on 10 July when I bought mine. My guess would be a better deal might be had as the '08s come on line in September. Dealers are also discounting the overall price as well - the $35k sounds fair at this point.
#298 of 390 Late August '07 XC70 deal.
Aug 27, 2007 (10:29 am)
Thought I'd add my info as a data point and - now that we're almost into September - corroborate that last post: Got a new '07 XC 70 w/climate, convenience, premium packages + built-in booster option for $30k from Volvo Danbury (CT). (They also paid off the balance ($1,200 more than their initial trade-in offer) on my '01 Audi A6 avant Quattro). They seemed very motivated. I like the look of the new '08 XC 70, but everybody knows to avoid the first year production run of a new model, no matter who the manufacturer is, so a leftover '07 seemed like a good choice. Especially at the price.
This is my first Volvo family hauler...So my fingers are crossed!
#299 of 390 Re: Late August '07 XC70 deal. [penandink]
Aug 29, 2007 (4:05 pm)
Hello, is $30K a lease price or purchase price? It sounds very low for purchase price. Thanks!
#300 of 390 Re: Late August '07 XC70 deal. [henry69]
Aug 30, 2007 (11:30 am)
Sorry for not being more specific. That was for a lease.