I bought mine from Stohlman VW in Tysons Corner VA, everything was smooth with them 100% will go back to them. Was discussing email quotes with them for the past 1-2 months and they actually gave me numbers. Customer service was on point online, via phone, and in person. While Lindsay and Fairfax VW just kept saying come in and we can discuss. They have more inventory as they are in a more bigger area (to store cars and such) so prices could be better with them but I don't think by much since they are all competitive in price.
I did the exact same thing, just let them keep contacting me while I ignore. They could've easily just given me a number up front. Glad you found a dealer closer because they are not worth wasting your time for.Both of those dealers just kept texting me to come in as well. I’d already got a quote from a different, closer dealer and just let them waste their time reaching out now like they did with me telling me to come in.
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I bought mine from Stohlman VW in Tysons Corner VA, everything was smooth with them 100% will go back to them.
I can pretty much echo your comments. I have bought two GTIs from them and my sales guy is one of the best. I didn have any hickups or surprises in either of my transactions.
Sales person whom i dealth with in Lindsay VW gave me a quote but it wasnt anywhere closer to the price i got from Stohlman.
I bought mine from Lindsay VW around DC, and I'm in NC; identical trim to what you want. The purchase experience was smooth; smoother than walking in the local dealership.Hi everyone,
I still didn't buy the new GTI, but I will be in the next few months. I will be targeting a 2019 S with the 6 spd. I live in NJ, however I am willing to travel upwards of three hundred miles to get the best price.
With all the above in mind what dealers have people had good luck with in terms of getting the best price and no shady sales tactics?
It seems that the dealers in the areas near Washington D.C. have good deals, but it reality they don't. A few of the dealers advertise a super low price, but that price includes many rebates that most people don't qualify for or at least don't qualify for all of the rebates. Then there is Sheehy VW, they also list low prices, but the fine print indicates if you are out of state they add a market adjustment to the price......sounds like a huge scam to me.
In a perfect world I would like to pay in the low 20's for a new GTI. Am I being realistic or are they selling for higher prices?