Originally Posted by zcct04
I wouldn't shut the door without testing it. Call the dealer who has the car and tell him he needs to come down in price if he wants to deal with you, and that if he won't then you are not buying from him.
I dunno the specifics of the prices enough to really judge whether the dealer with the goods is one of those unfortunate types who would rather get every last dollar they can on very desirable vehicles or is just slightly higher priced than others in the area.
They may be afraid that if they let it go, they won't get any more on a very hot selling vehicle.
Having said that, if the price difference is substantial, I would hate to see them get a penny of my money no matter how it happens, via trade, etc.
Just be glad these aren't Datsun 240Z's where dealers were padding them with hundreds of dollars of "dealer options" due to scarcity and demand--and some dealers that sold for sticker would sell used ones for more than new ones.