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Volkswagen Jetta, Sedan, Wagon
#703 of 721 Re: 2012 Jetta sedan TDi, Nav, premium, purchase. good deal? [enjoythepath]
Aug 23, 2012 (1:13 am)
I am sure this has been discussed to death on this list elsewhere, but putting aside personal preference of manual vs. DSG, any considerations for resale value and possibly MPG?
Resale might be trickier with the manual, because so few Americans can actually drive one. How the difference in resale stacks up against the $1000 difference in purchase price probably depends on how long you keep it.
And isn't the maintenance schedule pretty rigorous on the DSG?
#704 of 721 Buying a 2013 Jetta 2.5L SEL AT w/Nav
Sep 15, 2012 (4:02 pm)
Buying a 2013 Jetta 2.5L SEL Automatic Transmision w/Nav. Dealer told me I could buy at their $25,036 invoice price ($24,241 + $795 destination charge). Not including 'extras' of tax, RMV, doc fees and inspection (another $2,049.63). I'm going to ask the dealer to pay the extras so that I drive off at $25,036, which would be . Would that be a good deal? Are the rebates and incentives worth more than the $3,058 difference b/t MSRP and invoice (with the extras paid for by the dealer)? Is it unrealistic to think that the dealer would eat those other costs?
#705 of 721 '13 Jetta SE automatic, w/convenience pkg and sunroof
Nov 10, 2012 (11:50 am)
I'm in LA. Just got a quote (11/9/12) on a '13 Jetta SE automatic, w/convenience pkg and sunroof. MSRP $23,502, invoice $22,569, price $21,100. Seems like a good price. Any better deals recently?
#706 of 721 Re: '13 Jetta SE automatic, w/convenience pkg and sunroof [highlanderguy]
Nov 11, 2012 (6:33 pm)
Sat in a couple of these the other day and really loved the perforated leather seats, very comfortable. And the dash was laid out very nicely...very ergonomic where everything was right where it should be. The exterior is nicely done for a compact car...they had a red one in the showroom which was so glossy, absolutely beautiful. The only bad thing was the so so mileage from the 5 cylinder engine. But overall, something I could live with as a dd.
#707 of 721 Re: '13 Jetta SE automatic, w/convenience pkg and sunroof [highlanderguy]
Nov 20, 2012 (8:44 am)
I got a quote on the East Coast (Philly suburbs) for the exact same car for $21,151 for auto, 20,151 manual including destination charge. Thinking on making the deal, have been emailing back and forth with 2 dealers for a week now.
#708 of 721 girlfriend just purchased 2013 vw jetta S auto
Nov 27, 2012 (11:06 am)
just got back with my girlfriend who just purchased her first brand new car ever after many years of used cars.she got a 2013 vw jetta S with auto.only additional options were floor mats and first aid kit.msrp was $18,570.00 and the final negotiated price was $17,000.00..i test drove this car as well and it is extremly very slow with only 115 hp..iam assuming here that the 0-60 run would be in between 10-15 seconds.but my girlfriend wanted to keep the price low and so you might say that she got what she paid for..i tried talking her into getting the SE model with 170 hp but she didn't want to spend the extra bucks.however,what is nice here is that VW has included 3 years of free maintanence including oil changes and tire rotations....
#709 of 721 2013 jetta S and 2013 elantra gls
Dec 30, 2012 (10:52 am)
just returned this morning with a friend of mine who was comparing 2 cars that he was interested in.2013 VW jetta S and 2013 hyundai elantra gls with preffered package and auto.the msrp for the jetta S model was $18,800.00 and the msrp for the hyundai elantra was $19,685.00....hard to beleive that only 800 bucks seperates these 2 cars and the elantra offers way more standard features.these are the things that the elantra has that the vw is missing.better warranty,more power,sat radio,steering wheel controls,bluetooth,alloy wheels,fog lights,heated seats,ect...why in the world would anybody choose the vw over the elantra for only a 800 dollar difference???
#710 of 721 Re: 2013 jetta S and 2013 elantra gls [steven39]
Dec 30, 2012 (3:53 pm)
Your posts are very hard to read. Please use capital letters at the start of each sentence and proper punctuation...like skip two spaces after the end of a sentence. Makes one's posts easier to read and understand with the use of proper English and punctuation. Just a thought...look at other posts and maybe you'll understand what I mean.
#711 of 721 Is this a good deal? $23,600 OTD for 2012 Jetta TDI Premium (no Navi), Auto
Jan 28, 2013 (11:08 pm)
Getting $23,600 OTD NEW 2012 Jetta TDI Premium (no Navigation), Automatic, Blk/CornShell .
Base Price 21000
Dealer Fee 730
Is this a good deal?
My first TDI...
Will appreciate any feedback!
#712 of 721 Re: Is this a good deal? $23,600 OTD for 2012 Jetta TDI Premium (no Navi), Auto [abforums]
Feb 17, 2013 (3:57 am)
WTF is that?
A few years ago I was looking for a truck....the saleslady said "theres a $500 city of ------ fee on every vehicle we sell."
A few years later I bought my VW, you could throw a rock and hit the dealer that tried pulling that fee BS on me...right down the street, I would tell em what to do with the fee.