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Land Rover Range Rover Sport, Land Rover Range Rover, SUV
#383 of 402 2008 RR HSE (not Sport) Price
Feb 25, 2011 (7:33 am)
I am turning in a 2008 Range Rover HSE with luxury package in May 2011. The buy out price will be about $43,000. It will have about 30,000 miles on it (3 years old exactly , I stuck to my 10K per year limit).
My question is, how negotiable are these turn in prices and can I go to any Land Rover dealer to negotiate it or is it better to go to the finance company?
I negotiated a significant discount on an Audi A8 some time back and wondered if the Land Rover dealers had the same kind of latitude on price..
Any info appreciated.
#384 of 402 New RR sport leasing deal
Feb 25, 2011 (2:26 pm)
Is the new Range Rover Lease offer a good one? $2995 down and $799 month for 36 months and 10k miles. I can get $3200 off the MSRP of comparable vehicle (so it comes to 62,300). Is leasing a better deal - or is it better to buy at 1.9% financing? Also, do they ever let you negotiate for more miles in a lease deal?
#385 of 402 Can I get below Invoice
May 12, 2011 (7:29 pm)
I am not too familiar with pricing on these vechicles. I'm looking at the RRS HSE base, MSRP around 61,500. Has anyone been able to get Invoice price on these cars. I would like around 1k below invoice pricing to take me around 55,000. Think this would be possible.
#386 of 402 Re: Can I get below Invoice [escalade24]
May 13, 2011 (1:50 pm)
Deja vu. Saw your post (and commented on financing) on another site.
I did a pretty thorough check all in California and Nevada for pricing. I ended up with the RRS GT LE, but got only $3k off the sticker. I expected not get a deal, since it is a limited release vehicle. Every dealer in NA was only getting 2 of these on average, and only my dealer even considered anything other than full price. A few dealers had mark-ups on their inventory.
It may be a bad economy, but there is enough demand to keep prices up. It is not a "commodity" item like an Escalade or Denali.
#387 of 402 2011 LEFT OVER PRICE HELP!
Nov 06, 2011 (9:24 pm)
Looking at a 2011 with MSRP of $61,500.
Dealer cost is around $54,000
Can I buy this car for 54k? Is there a dealer incentive going on for the 11's?
#388 of 402 Anyone bought a new Evoque yet?
Nov 09, 2011 (9:35 am)
Just curious if anyone has a new Evoque from RR? I'd doubt they are doing anyone a favor on this model yet, since it's brand new...comments will be appreciated...
Nov 17, 2011 (5:42 pm)
All, I'm looking at a 2011 RRS HSE LUX with sticker of about 67K. The dealer has posted an internet price of 64K. Now that the 2012's are out, it seems like I should be able to buy this one at Invoice or better, which should be about 60K. But, I've never bought a LR before. But every other car I've bought I've gotten darn close to invoice, even in the middle of model year. Seems like at the end of a model year, it should be easier. Any guidance here? Thanks in advance.
#391 of 402 Re: 2011 Deals? [vision_tx]
Nov 18, 2011 (7:08 am)
The philosophy of the Land Rover/Range Rover brands is that they are not a "mass market" brand.
Most of the time, getting anything more than a few thousand off is rare. Getting invoice pricing? Unlikely.
RR advertises special "low" financing or leasing offers to "move" older models.
Your best bet is to do your shopping a few days before the end of the month, and be ready to walk out.
Nov 18, 2011 (4:08 pm)
They can claim all the low volume stuff they want...but another 2003 Discovery and Tata will close them down and flush the toilet with them. That is what scares me about the Evoque...how IS this Quality? Lot's of PR bs...smoke and mirrows, but how are they after 75,000miles?