Last post on Mar 04, 2013 at 12:48 PM
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#638 of 643 2013 GTS
Sep 23, 2012 (3:17 pm)
$98500 GTS: ZERO off MSRP (crazy in itself)
72 month 4.99% = $1,692 with $2,500 down
75 month 4.99% = $ 1,634 with $$2,500 down
#639 of 643 Cayenne Diesel
Sep 24, 2012 (10:37 am)
Ordered 2013 Cayenne Diesel, (moderate configuration) from Northeast dealer, and got about $2000 off MSRP. I think we should have tried for more, since it's not known if diesels will sell well. No trade-in or other financials. Not much recent sales on this forum unfortunately.
#640 of 643 Seattle area
Dec 30, 2012 (1:57 am)
Any experience with Barrier's Porsche ? I am interested in buying a Cayenne 2013 model.
#641 of 643 How to read and definition on the VIN# on 2013 Cayenne GTS
Jan 06, 2013 (5:19 am)
Hi Car Man,
Can you help me to read the Vin# WP1AD2A2XDLA74###
both in Dark Blue Metallic
The 10th digits "D" it means year 2013, But whats the different that between "2X" & "24"
#642 of 643 Re: Cayenne Diesel [gosox1]
Feb 24, 2013 (7:26 pm)
Im also in the market to purchase a Cayenne Diesel. On Edmunds, I checked it provides an Invoice price, as well as a MSRP price. How do you get the invoice or discount off MSRP.
Do you negotiate it down with the Dealer. Also, do you bargin better if paying cash or use credit.
#643 of 643 Re: Cayenne Diesel [villagewes]
Mar 04, 2013 (12:48 pm)
[Sorry for the slow reply, as I don't check this email account often.]
I think you are asking how did negotiate a discount off MSRP? We ordered the car and waited about 8 wks. Back in the Fall, there were not discounts shown on Edmunds. And their diesels were brand new to US. I see now that TMV is lower than MSRP. My memory isn't so good, but I think i picked a discount % similar to a left over previous year model (different engine though). But now, I would look at truecar.com and edmunds and negotiate closer from invoice as the starting point, rather than from the starting point of the MSRP. We did not finance/credit, so I don't have perspective. Good luck.