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#224 of 643 Re: Looking for 2005 Cayenne S [sv2]
Sep 21, 2005 (9:58 pm)
This is a repost, I gave too much personal info about dealers and forum rules saids I can't do that which I didn't know..sorry
sv2: I don't know where you live, but the dealer I got my car might
>do that since I got 13.8% on V6. I got it from porsche dealers in Central
>Oregon. At the first, I've spoken to the sales person he was
>firm about only 6-7% off on 05/ V6. I really wasn't happy about that,
>so I waited few days and went back in. That day, he was busy and I
>started to talk to this lady who workes there, she immidiately gave
>me 11% off. She turned out to be sales manager, . She mentioned that they have too
>much inventory. Well, I waited few more days and finally got
> I just checked their 05/S inventory on porsche site, they still
>Also on their site, they show that they do have service to bring cars
>to the where you live.
> I called many places including fleet managers in CA to get better
>deal but after all I got the best deal in Bend. I also checked fleet
>cost with few dealers out of state deliverly , most of them were
>around $700 for aobut 500miles distance.
> The best deal I got in California was from walnut
>creek dealership, I've spoken to fleet manager there
, he was very nice and more knowledgeable about fleeting the
>car out of State.
> I hope this helps.
#225 of 643 Would like to order 06 Cayenne S
Sep 25, 2005 (1:40 pm)
Hello! I am new to this forum and would like some help. I live in Houston, TX and would like to order a new Cayenne S with MSRP of 68K. How much should I offer the vehicle? Originally the salesman told me that there is no discount on their 06 models but after I told them another dealership offer me $4K off they had matched it. I still think that there is more room to negotiate in the price. Could someone offer some advice or have had any experience with the Houston Porsche dealership please guide me.
#226 of 643 Re: Would like to order 06 Cayenne S [newbie710]
Sep 25, 2005 (4:00 pm)
6% off msrp, which is your current offer, is pretty good. at best i guess you can squeeze maybe 1-2% more off - maybe. it is really early in the 06 model season, so i doubt you have alot of wiggle room. you may want to either angle for more on a trade in, or get some add ons tossed in for free. good luck.
Sep 26, 2005 (7:51 pm)
Would like a bit of perspective and reality help. Have been looking for a used turbos with 15-20K miles and no frils: extras of moonroof and variable assit steering OK. Prices seem to vary a lot and mostly because a dealer lists a car and it stays unchanged. What should/could i expect ona 2004 "pre-owned certified" Cayenne turbo. Any comments would be most appreciated.
#228 of 643 Re: Used Turbo [oregonllama]
Sep 27, 2005 (5:20 pm)
I bought a 2004 previously untitled CT two months ago for 75K. I would bet 15-20
K miles would be 68-70K imo....
#229 of 643 Re: 2006 Cayanne 6 cyl
Sep 28, 2005 (11:29 am)
I am trying to buy a 06 Cayenne with a MSRP of $52,000.00 and offered a price of $48,000.00 and the dealer wants to sell it at my price. What would be the best deal for me if I would have my own financing and walk in with a check to the dealer. Please let me know and I thank you in advance.
#230 of 643 Re: My final decision! 13.8% off [encinoomnia]
Sep 30, 2005 (7:31 am)
I been checking pricing on the 06 Cayanne and it looks like you got an awsome price on your deal. I am trying to buy an 06 and have only got 7% off the MSRP. Do you mind telling me what dealership you bought your car from and may be the will work with me as well. I appreciate it and how do you like your new Cayanne?
#231 of 643 Re: My final decision! 13.8% off [view1]
Sep 30, 2005 (8:29 am)
View1: I got it from Bend Oregon dealer. Please read #224 on this forum, it will tell you who you should talk to get better discount. I really like my Cay, its already dusty!
#232 of 643 Re: Used Turbo [mbailey]
Oct 03, 2005 (5:25 pm)
Thanks for the comment re 2004 CT. Are you happy with it? What's not there compared with 2005-6
#233 of 643 Re: Used Turbo [oregonllama]
Oct 04, 2005 (3:15 pm)
Iam very happy with it. It drives like a dream and does not have the typical problems reported on these vehicles such as vibration, hesitation, or oil consumption. As far as I know there are not significant differences with the 05-06s except they increased the price a little. Others may know more if there are subtle changes. The 07 is supposed to be a redesign but the spy pics dont look dramatically different to me. I feel great about the purchase.... Be prepared for 12 MPG on premium gas though!