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Volvo XC60, Car Buying, SUV
#347 of 470 Re: Offer on the table in the Los Angeles area [zhuz1008] / My experience
Mar 01, 2011 (12:31 am)
Mine finally came! So far, so good. I'm still testing everything out and getting used my new toy. Wooo!
Just to sum up my buying experience. The dealer offered me $300 over invoice on the spot but he mentioned the Costco discount so I renewed my Costco membership to get $500 under invoice. But this discount is countered by a $500 advertising fee which is supposed to be common for all dealerships in the DC area (my dealership is in Alexandria, VA). So with the Costco discount I paid right at invoice.
I ordered my XC60 on Dec 17th and it was ready for me to pick up on Feb 24th. The wait sucked.
Total invoice was $45,995:
(nadaguides.com has an accurate listing of invoice prices)
2011 XC60 T6- $36,096
Saville Grey / Black interior- 517
Multimedia Pkg- 2538
Technology Pkg- 1974
Convenience Pkg- 1128
Climate Pkg- 940
At F&I I was offered but declined: Lojack ~$1000 (do you need this when the vehicle has an ignition immobilizer?), 7-year paint sealant and interior treatment ~$690 (didn't believe it would work - I'll just wax and clean as necessary), tire & rim warranty ~$750 (likely damage would be from an accident and covered by my auto insurance), 4-year dent protection ~$700 (I'll just get dents/dings repaired as needed by a paintless dent repair guy), and maybe one other thing.
I did buy a 10-year, 105K warranty for $3350 to cover the electronics and help the resale of this vehicle (I'll probably sell at year 7 so I can hopefully get a full-electric mid-size SUV).
So my total vehicle cost was:
Titling tax- 96
Dealer Business Lic. tax- 78.84
Sales tax (MD)- 2072.19
License fee- 180
Dealer Processing fee- 379
= $49,601.03 + $3350 (warranty) = $52,951.03. (Doh!)
The front blind view camera is not included in the Multimedia package, so I'm waiting for a price for the dealer to install that. Has anyone had this installed yet? I don't know why Volvo doesn't make that an option for the US. It's an option for UK buyers.
#348 of 470 Re: Offer on the table in the Los Angeles area [zhuz1008]
Mar 01, 2011 (7:42 am)
After an 8 week waiting period from the time I ordered my XC60 to the time it arrived here in New Orleans, the final process was very simple.
The dealer and I had already agreed to a final price when I ordered the car. I got:
2011 XC60 3.2 FWD with Sensus (Ordered after Nov 2010)
Black Stone/Sandstone Beige
My Price after Volvo Owner Loyalty Cash: $35,969
My Final agreed-to price was $35,969. That includes $1000 of Volvo Owner Loyalty cash. When I placed the order, I had to put down $2000.
So when the car came in, the amount owed was $33,969 less $8000 for my S40 trade-in plus TTL.
The whole paperwork process at the dealership took about 30 minutes or so. Super-fast and very easy to do.
#349 of 470 March Incentives?
Mar 01, 2011 (7:52 pm)
Car Man- Do you know if there are any incentives on the XC60 for March? I thought the 2.9% financing for 60 months and the $1000 loyalty bonus were still in effect, but not sure if something else has come along. Thanks!
#350 of 470 What is the instructional pannel background color?
Mar 09, 2011 (10:55 pm)
Could any 2011 xc60-T6 owner tell me what is the background color in the instructional pannel?
I realize when I tested drive, I saw a blue background, the color just like the blue volvo logo. I know the Redesign shows blue but not sure if the T6 should also be blue. My car only shows bright white over dark.
#351 of 470 Re: What is the instructional pannel background color? [luvxc60]
Mar 10, 2011 (12:40 am)
Mine is white lettering over a black background. It would have been nice to have a blue background in the T6 but oh well.
Volvo is putting too many of the nice touches only in the R-design. I didn't order the R-design though because of the tires and the suspension (and there's a bit too much chrome). I really wanted the smoother ride of the regular T6 so it was a trade-off for me.
#352 of 470 Re: March Incentives? [amcdad]
Mar 26, 2011 (11:26 am)
well i'm in the northeast and can't find the car i'm looking for at all. so i may need to order it.
anyone have any inside info on upcoming promos? i missed out on the costco deal and i don't have any loyalty. lol. so i don't know if i should bite the bullet and order one this weekend or wait for the next promo.
fyi, looking for a basic 3.2l/moonroof in all black.
#353 of 470 Re: March Incentives?
Mar 27, 2011 (5:45 am)
The Japan situation has impacted all manufacturers, including Volvo. Don't count on any incentives due to the supply crunch.
#354 of 470 Re: March Incentives? [rkurlander]
Mar 27, 2011 (9:12 am)
#355 of 470 Long wait
Apr 05, 2011 (8:39 pm)
I ordered an awd xc60 on march 3 and have been informed the car will be available at the end of May- a full 12 weeks after the order was placed! The sales manager said the wait times have become so long b/c many xc60s are being diverted to China. He said they only had 3 units delivered to them last month. Has anyone else had this problem or heard of this issue?
#356 of 470 Re: Long wait [jssnow]
Apr 06, 2011 (5:33 am)
Sales Manager is right about increased length of time, but wrong about reason. Japanese companies manufacture 10% of the Volvo's parts. The earthquake/tsunami/meltdown has disrupted the supply chain.