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Volvo XC60, Car Buying, SUV
#475 of 484 Re: Is Costco $750 below invoice deal good? [zazou1]
Aug 03, 2013 (3:51 pm)
Would you provide a breakdown of you purchase price? I am currently looking for a 2013 xc60.
#476 of 484 Re: Is Costco $750 below invoice deal good? [sierra3]
Aug 03, 2013 (3:54 pm)
Would you provide a breakdown of your purchase price? I am currently looking for a 2013 xc60.
#477 of 484 Are either of these a good deal?
Aug 03, 2013 (9:10 pm)
I have the following offers from a Florida dealership. Are either one good deals? I think they are? Which is a better deal?
2012 Volvo XC60 3.2 FWD
CPO w/ safe and secure
car price: $30.5K
with taxes and fees: $33,250
2012 Volvo XC60 3.2 FWD
car price: $31K
with taxes and fees: $33,750
Florida seems to have some of the highest on average doc fees. I've tried to get them to come off the 600 doc fee, but they won't see to budge at this point.
I've done tons of research, but interested in live feedback.
#478 of 484 Re: Is Costco $750 below invoice deal good? [jcg4]
Aug 04, 2013 (3:50 pm)
Xc-60t6 with platinum and climate package caspian blue adds $650.
Invoice $45,293 but they started at $45,007 less the $1000 factory to dealer incentive and $1000 Volvo loyalty and the $750 Costco brought the price to $42,257. If you finance through Volvo they make the first three payments up to $1350 and you get a $500 Costco gift card when you do the Costco survey. So total cost is $40,437 plus tax and tags.
#479 of 484 Re: Is Costco $750 below invoice deal good? [zazou1]
Aug 04, 2013 (3:52 pm)
This is a 2013 with 25 miles on it.
#480 of 484 Re: Is Costco $750 below invoice deal good? [zazou1]
Aug 04, 2013 (7:34 pm)
Thanks for the info. It's a helpful start.
#481 of 484 Re: Is Costco $750 below invoice deal good? [zazou1]
Aug 09, 2013 (8:52 pm)
Does anyone know the exact specifics of the incentives? I purchased a new 2013 XC60 on the last day of June using the Costco offer. I financed through Volvo Car Finance and received the Volvo employee price less the $1000 sales incentive, less the $1000 Volvo loyalty incentive, less the $750 Costco incentive which was good until 7/31/13, plus I received the Costco $500 Gift Card.
The day after I purchased the car I learned about the 3-months free payment incentive and when I asked for it I was told it did not start until 7/1/13 and that I was not eligible. The inference was that the 3-months free payment incentive had replaced the Volvo $1000 2013 Sales incentive but this post suggests otherwise.
I am in the Western Region. Does anyone KNOW the facts?
#482 of 484 Replying to Oldjim3
Aug 11, 2013 (2:44 pm)
I purchased in PA last weekend of July. I brought up the factory to dealer cash to the salesperson, she checked with the sales manager and said yes it applies- which makes sense because Edmunds TMV was $1000 under invoice. The 3 month payment from Volvo was plastered throughout the showroom.
#483 of 484 Gotthis quote for XC60 RD
Sep 25, 2013 (8:28 am)
I got this offer from the internet sales manager at Borton Volvo in Minneapolis. I requested he give the best price before any incentives applied. He took off the $1000 factory cash anyway. Since I own a Saab the will trough in $2000 in loyalty. Anybody think I can take them lower? Will end of month help?
2013 Volvo XC60 T6 R-Design Black Sapphire Metallic with Off Black Leather with Soft Beige Inlays STOCK # 04782
Equipment: Platinum Trim Level, Climate Package, Metallic Paint, Remote Start
Your Price: $47,956 this includes $1000 factory to dealer cash
#484 of 484 Re: Gotthis quote for XC60 RD [frank8040]
Sep 30, 2013 (6:16 pm)
Just bought new 2013 R Design For the following from Kline Volvo St Paul:
Black Sapphire w/Climate Package and Remote Start.
Negotiated Sale Price $47500
Factory Discount -$1000
Loyalty Rebate -$2000
OTD Price $44500 + TTL