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Volkswagen Jetta, Sedan, Wagon
#35 of 725 Re: 2004 Jetta GL 4SP Auto w/ESP, $14131 [tgoodnow]
Dec 02, 2004 (6:20 am)
Sounds like your brother got a good deal on a solid car. I hope he enjoys his new ride.
#36 of 725 Re: Fair price??? [jettagirl1]
Dec 11, 2004 (7:38 am)
This is probably way too late; however, as far as the price is concerned - I purchased a similar car for 20,500 - but it had the 1.8T, but it was manual. It also had the sports package.
I think you can get a little better price on the car...but that's just me.
#37 of 725 2005 VW Jetta TDI Wagon
Jan 11, 2005 (4:34 pm)
I negotiated down to $200 below invoice on a 2005 Jetta GLS TDI Wagon. Is that a good price?
#38 of 725 Re: One bad apple... [occupant1]
Jan 26, 2005 (6:38 pm)
I know it is quite a stretch, but Hewlett VW in Georgetown has the best customer service. I wanted a TDI, so one saturday morning my husband and I started calling every VW dealership in the state for the best price. They beat everyone hands down, and now I am the proud owner of a 2004 TDI. No hassles, no fuss. It was painless and stress free. My dealership experience made buying my TDI that much better.
Mar 16, 2005 (6:20 pm)
I am looking to buy a 2005 Jetta GLS (not the redesigned one). I know it carries 1.9% apr. Can these cars be bought below invoice with the introduction of the new Jetta? Any good deals people are getting?
#41 of 725 Should I take the deal?
Apr 06, 2005 (11:28 am)
Leftover 2004 Jetta GLI, loaded with everthing, NEW.
Sticker is just under $26K and they are offering it for just under $21K.
I know it's a good deal, but considering the car is going to be 2 model years old in a few more months, I want it to be an exceptional deal.
Should I jump on this or should I get them to come down a little more considering I can spend a little more for the new model, which I also like?
#42 of 725 Re: price of 2005s down? [wa_carshopper]
Apr 19, 2005 (12:05 am)
Yes, I picked up two jetta's GLS TDI's for 250.00 over invoice only because my wife and I were 1200 miles from home. If North Penn Imports in Pa. stuck to what we agreed on threw our e-mails and would have disclosed the fact that you can not get loyalty rebate with out financing with them, per North Penn Imports!!! Their word means nothing even when given in black and white! But my lawyer sees them handing over my two 500.00 rebates real soon. It pays to have a lawyer in the family!!!
#43 of 725 Re: Should I take the deal? [irenek90]
Apr 19, 2005 (12:13 am)
If you can afford it, I would get the new 05a due out this may or june, that are 20% bigger all around. With all the old problems fixed. Just wait until june or july 06, and if those 04's are still sitting there you could get even a better price, yes they may even pay you with a little kindness.
#44 of 725 Re: Should I take the deal? [irenek90]
Apr 30, 2005 (2:52 pm)
Are you getting this quote from North Penn Imp? Have you bought from them already? I think $21,000 is a good deal since you got 200hp, 17" low profile tire wheel, ESP, ASR, EDL, sports suspension, which GL, or GLS have not got.
As a matter of fact, I bought one from them on Apr 1. I prefer this one over the new
2005.5, more hp, better handling and better VW look. The only compliant is the braking power.