Re: Good deal or can I get them lower
Originally Posted by jeep2011
From someone that has not purchased a WKII and is not bias on the price. I would shoot for another $2K off of the $59K. Depending on your location dealers are willing to deal with the new SRT8. There is a few dealers in VA that have sold at $56K and at that price it is worth shipping across the country for $900.
They are already UNDER invoice....and you're telling the guy to shoot for another $2000 under. Crazy talk. There aren't any rebates either to do it. They are probably already giving him more for his trade than they are saying, they are just showing it on a lower new vehicle price.
OP, take the deal. Also, I do not think you get any tax credit if you owe more on your trade than they are giving you. I believe the "positive" cash you get from a trade where you have equity and it reduces new vehicle price is the only way you get a tax benefit on trading. According to your info you owe more than they are giving you, so all they are going to do is pay off your debt and you break even on that side.
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