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Volkswagen GTI, Coupe, Hatchback
#288 of 332 Is it a good deal?
Jun 02, 2010 (2:48 pm)
2010 GTI United Gray 6M with bluetooth only
23.5K sale price and 26K out the door..
6 miles only it when I bought.. not even test-driven before..
#289 of 332 Re: 2010 gti [jjhonka]
Jun 02, 2010 (2:56 pm)
Jun 08, 2010 (11:11 pm)
Here is the deal I got and I wanted to know what you guys think:
Bluetooth and Mats, nothing else.
15K/year and 3 year lease.
Paying $325 a month (for 35 months). No down payment, no taxes, dealer fees or any other fee. I paid nothing. Also, I am not paying the first months payment due to the college grad program they have. My money factor was 0.0006 (= 1.44% interest rate). I think I got a pretty decent deal. What do you guys think?
Jun 09, 2010 (2:55 am)
Here's my deal: 2 dr, UG, DSG, Sunroof, Bi-Xenon, Bluetooth. MSRP: $27,214.00
Dealer price: $25,618.00 + taxes, fees etc = 27,032.00.
Financed $25,164 3.34% = $387 x 72 mo.
I think it was a fair deal, maybe could have gotten extra $500 on my trade in.
My eight GTI and first automatic, loving the DSG. Future upgrades: tint and
#292 of 332 Re: My deal [walid_gti]
Jun 09, 2010 (7:04 am)
The deal looks fine except if you put 45k miles on the GTI, you will be way out of warranty and responsible for repairs on a car you don't own. If you stay under 36k, you'll be happier.
#293 of 332 Re: My deal [jayrider]
by kyfdx HOST
Jun 09, 2010 (5:37 pm)
If you stay under 36k, you'll be happier.
Not if you have to walk the other 9K miles...
#294 of 332 Re: My deal [kyfdx]
Jun 10, 2010 (7:10 am)
Nicely put kydfx, cracking wise and making money at the same time. Pairing two of life's great pleasures makes you one lucky dude !!!
#295 of 332 Looking to buy a new 2010 GTI
Jun 13, 2010 (4:59 pm)
After long last, I have decided to bite the bullet and treat myself to a new car. My current search has led me to the 2010 VW GTI, and after having the opportunity to go on the road with one the other day, I am about 95% sure I want one. The only thing I'm uncertain about is the pricing and if I can reasonably push for any lower. Currently I'm looking at the following:
-2-door, cloth interior
-Bluetooth & Mats
I'm being priced $25.9K with another ~$1.8K or so TTL.
I'd appreciate any thoughts and hopefully looking forward to being a GTI owner!
#296 of 332 Re: Looking to buy a new 2010 GTI [cjohngroove]
Jun 14, 2010 (10:14 am)
Overstock says you can get $2200 off your gti around my zip code. Check around yours.
#297 of 332 Re: Looking to buy a new 2010 GTI [jayrider]
Jun 16, 2010 (4:27 pm)
Overstock is not selling cars, same as Zag.com, Costco or Edmunds. They do sell your information to as many dealers as they can, hoping that dealers will drop prices competing with each other, while each one pays a fee to the referring site.