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Old 05-10-2019, 09:08 PM   #2364
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2019 SE, DSG with Experience Package, Monster Mats, Luggage Net, and First Aid Kit.
MSRP $35,084.
Sales Price $32,203 with 1.9% VW financing
Doc Fee $175.00
Govt Fees $128.00
Sales Tax $1,942.68
OTD $34,448.68
Which dealer did you get this pricing from?

I was aiming to pay 32k OTD with the same package and incentives.
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Old 05-11-2019, 12:53 AM   #2365
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2017 GTI Sport (comes with PP) DSG with 22k miles and new tires. $19.8K OTD in Texas.
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Old 05-11-2019, 02:34 AM   #2366
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Which dealer did you get this pricing from?

I was aiming to pay 32k OTD with the same package and incentives.
Joe Holland in Charleston, WV.
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Old 05-12-2019, 04:42 PM   #2367
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i will be purchasing a PW 2019 SE MT w. Experience package at some point. Just deciding on WHEN. Probably will depend on how good a deal I can get.

Just got this offer in person. Didn’t haggle at all because I wanted to go away and research it some more. What do we think of this for a starting point:

New 2019 SE MT w. Experience package in the Dallas - Fort Worth area
Market Price: $34,135
Discount: $3,973
Adjusted Price: $30,162
Doc Fee: $150
Tax: $1,885
Non Tax Fee: $245
Net Price: 32,443

They were pretty good to deal with, but are not my local dealer. Will likely give the guys here in town a chance. Only bad bit is that this car already had 250 miles on the clock. That is a lot of test drives! Will most likely request a different car.
Also want to try to get different wheels out of the deal. The standard wheels on the SEs are IMO the ugliest OEM you can get. Does anyone have any experience with making a wheel trade at purchase?

Thanks!
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Old 05-12-2019, 04:55 PM   #2368
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New 2019 SE MT w. Experience package in the Dallas - Fort Worth area
Market Price: $34,135
Discount: $3,973
Adjusted Price: $30,162
Doc Fee: $150
Tax: $1,885
Non Tax Fee: $245
Net Price: 32,443

Also want to try to get different wheels out of the deal. The standard wheels on the SEs are IMO the ugliest OEM you can get. Does anyone have any experience with making a wheel trade at purchase?

$4k off sticker with low doc fee sounds like a good deal especially when many dealers have increased their online listed price from 1-may.

You can negotiate a deal on VW accessory wheels from the dealer but i dont think anyone would take those stock Dallas wheels and give you a different set.
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Old 05-12-2019, 09:28 PM   #2369
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Thanks VJ, perhaps that is the angle I can go with - focus on the rims rather than hammer down the price any more.
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Old 05-15-2019, 01:18 AM   #2370
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Stohlman in Vienna, VA.

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FYI, this is a good dealer. Had a similar experience when I bought my 17'. Good to read not much has changed.
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Old 05-15-2019, 03:27 AM   #2371
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i will be purchasing a PW 2019 SE MT w. Experience package at some point. Just deciding on WHEN. Probably will depend on how good a deal I can get.

Just got this offer in person. Didnít haggle at all because I wanted to go away and research it some more. What do we think of this for a starting point:

New 2019 SE MT w. Experience package in the Dallas - Fort Worth area
Market Price: $34,135
Discount: $3,973
Adjusted Price: $30,162
Doc Fee: $150
Tax: $1,885
Non Tax Fee: $245
Net Price: 32,443

They were pretty good to deal with, but are not my local dealer. Will likely give the guys here in town a chance. Only bad bit is that this car already had 250 miles on the clock. That is a lot of test drives! Will most likely request a different car.
Also want to try to get different wheels out of the deal. The standard wheels on the SEs are IMO the ugliest OEM you can get. Does anyone have any experience with making a wheel trade at purchase?

Thanks!
Ended up going local here in central Texas and got a deal within a few dollars of the one I had in DFW. Also was able to get black mirror caps thrown in there (fitted).

I am getting 18Ē silver Pretorias fitted too - didnít get a crazy good deal on them - basically list price but no cost mounting and balancing them. The dealer was good to work with so I am happy. Will be taking the stock wheels home, havenít worked out whether I will sell them or keep them yet.

Should get my GTI all hooked up by Monday - canít wait!
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Old 05-15-2019, 05:24 AM   #2372
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Hi folks, new member, first post, this seems a good place to start.

28,995 = 2019 Cornflower Blue GTI Rabbit Edition, 6MT
235 = Monster mats, heavy duty trunk liner, CarGo blocks
150 = Bumperdillo
150 = Luggage net
895 = Destination
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30,275 = Sticker price

Out the door price = 24,367 + $699 dealer processing fee + TTL.
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Wow you sure purchased at the right time! Can't get that price now in the DMV area no matter the dealer.
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Old 05-15-2019, 11:48 AM   #2373
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Wow you sure purchased at the right time! Can't get that price now in the DMV area no matter the dealer.
Yes, looking at posted prices online now it appears my timing (and luck!) was incredible.

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Old 05-19-2019, 10:21 PM   #2374
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Looking at a 2018 CPO Autobahn DSG with slightly over 7k miles on it. Dealership is asking $26,884 for the car. How does this deal look to you all? Do I have a realistic shot to go much lower than this?


Thanks for the feedback!
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Old 05-20-2019, 12:24 AM   #2375
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Looking at a 2018 CPO Autobahn DSG with slightly over 7k miles on it. Dealership is asking $26,884 for the car. How does this deal look to you all? Do I have a realistic shot to go much lower than this?

2018 with 7k miles. Was this dealer owned or privately owned vehicle.
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Old 05-20-2019, 02:52 AM   #2376
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2018 with 7k miles. Was this dealer owned or privately owned vehicle.

I plan on finding out all the specifics tomorrow as I wasn't able to check it out in person today and ask questions. This is one of the questions I will ask. Dealer owned should probably be avoided, right?
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Old 05-20-2019, 12:35 PM   #2377
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I plan on finding out all the specifics tomorrow as I wasn't able to check it out in person today and ask questions. This is one of the questions I will ask. Dealer owned should probably be avoided, right?

Yeah, thats what i would do.
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Old 05-20-2019, 06:40 PM   #2378
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2018 with 7k miles. Was this dealer owned or privately owned vehicle.

Car wasn't prepped to drive yet but was told it belonged to one of their service writers. Looked to be in good condition outside of a couple scratches on the wheels.
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Old 05-20-2019, 08:44 PM   #2379
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2019 GTI S 6MT White Silver at Fairfield VW, Fairfield, OH
Driver Assist Package
Monster Mats
Trunk Liner and Cargo Blocks
Roadside Kit
Sticker $29,260
Discount $3900
Doc Fee $250
Price paid $25,610 + tax

There might have been a bit more to be had by threatening to walk, etc. I prefer the no confrontation, no hassle approach. Shout out to my sales guy, Marshall Miller.

Loving the car.
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Old 05-22-2019, 02:18 PM   #2380
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Worked 2 deals in the past few months, will share here.
Due to the stalling issue on 2019 GTIs - the first car was purchased end May 2019 when there were better incentives. That car was bought back by VW and finalized another deal on a 2019 Rabbit. That one stalled during test drive as well - so we walked, but the price negotiation was settled.

#1 - purchased end March 2019
new 2019 GTI S manual with tint, monster mats, driver assistance package
Price = $29,360
Discount = -$6,900
$22,759
<also had a $500 Partner Program on top of this>
$22,259 (before TTT)
Tax = 7% = $1,334
Doc fee = $699
Filing fee = $99
Other = $41
$24,432 Out The Door

#2 - negotiated mid May 2019, less dealer discounts available
new 2019 GTI Rabbit Edition
Price = $30,390
Discount = -$5,500
$24,890 <included a $500 Partner Program>
Tax = 7% = $1,859
Doc fee = $699
Filing fee = $98
Other = $46
$27,592 Out The Door

Mid May 2019 - Ended up with a used, CPO 2018 Golf SE (that does not stall!) manual with 10k miles on it.
$24,588 (before TTT)
Tax = $1,475
Doc Fee = $698
Other = $88
$26,849 Out The Door
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