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Volvo S60, Volvo S60 R, Sedan
#86 of 212 07 Volvo S60, is this a good deal?
Jun 29, 2007 (10:07 pm)
I am interested in purchasing a new 07 volvo s60. The detailed description and packages are listed out below.
Interior Color: Graphite Leather
Trim: 2.5T 4dr Sedan (2.5L 5cyl Turbo )
The best price before tax I can get is 28.5k. But the dealer said this offer is only valid by next Monday. Is this a good deal? In addition, will the price of volvo 07 model decease a lot in July? Thanks a lot!
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#88 of 212 S-60 2.5T Deal
Aug 14, 2007 (5:09 pm)
Just picked up an 07 S-60 2.5T Premium, Convenience Package, wood steering wheel. MSRP $35990.00 29990.00 with blue tooth hands free and window tint. +TTL
#89 of 212 Volvo S60 2.5T - 2007 demo - help on pricing
Aug 24, 2007 (9:16 am)
I am new to this forum and can use some help from anyone that can offer some pricing options or "what I'm supposed to do now" scenarios. I am looking at a 2007 Volvo S60 2.5T; White; Premium Package; Sport Package; Climate Package. MSRP is $36,845. This is a demo; no dents, dings or issues with the car - approx 7800 miles. Does not have one feature needed, the Convenience package with the homelink for the garage door opener. The dealer is advertising the car for $27,990. What should I go back and offer or ask for? I have a trade in (1998 Saturn) and financing is done, not going through dealer. I'm in Alabama. Any help or suggestions for me is greatly appreciated - I feel the price should be lower and that they can throw in the Conv. Pkg or the homelink due to this being a demo...just not sure what to do or ask for at this point. Help.
#90 of 212 Re: Volvo S60 2.5T - 2007 demo - help on pricing [news60owner]
Sep 12, 2007 (8:02 am)
Not sure if you have already bought the car. But based on some of the postings here and my own experience, you should be able to get $7k off $36845. So close to $30k. On top of this you should deduct for the mileage. If you look at a '02 S60, it is worth about 10k to 11k. So ($30k-$11k) / (12kmile/year x 6years) = $0.263/mile. So 7800 miles cost $2058. But consider it is the first 7800 miles, I don't think getting $4k off is unreasonable. So maybe $26,000 is a decent price?
#91 of 212 Re: 2007 Volvo S60 2.5T [realtorken1]
Sep 20, 2007 (2:53 pm)
Here is what I got for buying for '07 S60 2.5 FWD with options: sport, premium, xenon lights, rear park assist, metalic paint, convenience = msrp $38,970. I paid $30,500 but it had 4200 miles as dealer car. Not sure if I got a good deal. Resale values scare me because I see Acura TL seems to do about 4 grand better after 3 years.
Sep 23, 2007 (11:02 am)
Possibly one of the Hosts can help me with this question..
I remember seeing a post a few weeks ago, I dont remember if it was in the Volvo boards or maybe Ford. It had a link that showed you how much above or below invoice particular car makers are selling. I remember Volvo being something like .5% below.
Does anyone remember that link or site?
#93 of 212 S60 Rebates and Pricing
Oct 01, 2007 (2:58 pm)
Looking at 2007 S60 2.5T w/premium package. Any idea of fair price? Know that there is $$ still out there and was told by a dealership today that Volvo may have additional monies for October. I am assuming that and cash rebates should come off the invoice price? Any help is appreciated.
#95 of 212 Price for a Loaner/Demo
Oct 06, 2007 (2:33 am)
I have an offer for a new 2007 S60 2.5T w/metallic paint and premium for 28K w/o tax title and fees. The dealership has quite a few 2.0T's on the lot. Do I have room to deal? They also have some loaners that are due out of rotation very soon. They said that they do not have any idea of price. Will the $4500 rebate be applicable for the loaner? What about a deduction for mileage? It will have approximately 4-5000 miles on the loaner. The salesman said that the loaner would be considered a new car, even tho it was never titled. He suggested that I wait and see what kind of pricing I could get vs. the new car. Any thoughts?