Have a feeling you could get it for lower (I know different areas matter), maybe wait a few days till its closer to the end of the month and you could probably save another $500-1k. Especially since there are a bunch of 2020's now.Considering: New 2019 GTI SE Manual with experience package: $27,250 selling price and $30,000 OTD. Is this a good deal for the manual transmissions at this point in time?
Thanks for any input.
That's a very good deal for the Detroit area! When I purchased mine , no dealer around the DTW area would budge on their pricing. I even showed them a quote I received from a dealer in MD (where I eventually purchased from) and they said there was "no way" the dealer could sell a car for that low and they would change the deal once I arrived. I booked a one way flight to MD and drove my new car back the same day. Congratulations!New guy here, and new to VW.
2019 SE 6SPD manual White Silver with Experience Package, monster mats, car go blocks and rest of VW goodies - 27330, 29470 OTD, a little over 6700 off MSRP.
It was pretty good deal for Detroit Metro, I was really hesitant to go thru all the hassle of buying new car from a dealership, but I guess I found a good one - they didn't try to push the deal, up sell any stuff I did not need, everything was simple and straightforward, two things I did not like when picking the car up were fixed, so I'm very satisfied with the service.
Oh, love the color! Today morning it was white, after I parked it next to actual white car it looked silver, in teh evening when sun is low it will be gray/blue-ish