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Old 12-27-2015, 11:38 AM   #35
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Using Carwow managed to get down to 27'150

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Old 12-27-2015, 11:12 PM   #36
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2016 Golf GTI S 4-door 6spd manual

Options: Xenon lighting, Monster Mats and road side assistance kit. Sticker price is $27,730. My wife owns a MK4 GTI we've had a long time, and enjoy so I thought going in we would use the loyalty discount. I received $1000 instant rebate, and since I also owned a Chevrolet I got a "Conquest" instant rebate of $1500. That, unfortunately, excludes you from stacking on the loyalty cash of $1000. We went back and forth a bit, but they pretty much refused to budge on the car so we ended up shaking hands on $25,000 flat. I then took the %1.9 APR / 60 months financing from VW Credit. I MAY refinance this, because my credit union is doing a 1.65% deal right now.... I'll see if its really worth the effort after talking to them.

Looking at TrueCar averages, it was pretty much in the middle.

I have been considering a MK7 for a while, and at least before dieselgate, it was impossible to ever get a discount on a GTI around here. Between the 1.9% and the smallish rebates, it seemed like the best time to strike.

After reading others deals in here, seems like its an "average deal" which I'll take given my options around here. We have one VW/Audi dealer here in Des Moines, so you're in a bit of a fix. They don't participate in TrueCar or anything like that either, so you are on your own for negotiations. The closest VW/Audi dealer besides them is 100-130 miles away.

This was the cheapest GTI on their lot, save for a 2 door that was stickered about a grand less and didn't have xenon's. They had one DSG Golf R (I didn't even walk up to it, not interested) and like 4-5 others ranging up to the mid 30's!

The car is replacing a 2008 Cobalt SS/Turbo, which I still have and I'm selling it privately. Book value on those vs. what people will actually pay is too wide for me to give it away to the dealer

Thanks for reading.

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Old 12-28-2015, 01:56 AM   #37
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2016 gti base with lighting 6spd 2 door 27,130 sticker talked down to 22,400 then taxes financing all that jazz. Bought at Jim Ellis vw in Atlanta.


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Old 12-28-2015, 07:15 AM   #38
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2016 4dr 1.8TSi.. $0 down, 25,000km/yr, 1.5% interest, $290/month lease for 4 years.

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Old 12-28-2015, 08:29 PM   #39
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2016 Golf GTI S 4-door 6spd manual

Options: Xenon lighting, Monster Mats and road side assistance kit. Sticker price is $27,730. My wife owns a MK4 GTI we've had a long time, and enjoy so I thought going in we would use the loyalty discount. I received $1000 instant rebate, and since I also owned a Chevrolet I got a "Conquest" instant rebate of $1500. That, unfortunately, excludes you from stacking on the loyalty cash of $1000. We went back and forth a bit, but they pretty much refused to budge on the car so we ended up shaking hands on $25,000 flat. I then took the %1.9 APR / 60 months financing from VW Credit. I MAY refinance this, because my credit union is doing a 1.65% deal right now.... I'll see if its really worth the effort after talking to them.

Looking at TrueCar averages, it was pretty much in the middle.

I have been considering a MK7 for a while, and at least before dieselgate, it was impossible to ever get a discount on a GTI around here. Between the 1.9% and the smallish rebates, it seemed like the best time to strike.

After reading others deals in here, seems like its an "average deal" which I'll take given my options around here. We have one VW/Audi dealer here in Des Moines, so you're in a bit of a fix. They don't participate in TrueCar or anything like that either, so you are on your ..... wide for me to give it away to the dealer

Thanks for reading.

That's not an average deal it's pretty solid from what numbers I've been getting. Great job !
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Old 12-29-2015, 11:59 PM   #40
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2016 GTI SE DSG 4dr with lightning $28,500

MSRP $31,840

Rubber floor mats
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Old 01-01-2016, 06:54 PM   #41
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2016 SEL

I just bought a 2016 SEL with the lighting & driver assistance package for 28676. It's in CA so with tax and everything 30222 out the door. Can anyone comment if it was a good deal or not? Thanks!

MSRP: 30970 including destination
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Old 01-02-2016, 05:23 AM   #42
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Bought my GTI 2 weeks ago and couldn't be happier.

2016 GTI SE PP/LP/6MT
Monster Mats, First Aid kit, Roadside assistance, cargo blocks (all thrown in for free)

$28,000 in So Cal (VW of Garden Grove)
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Old 01-02-2016, 05:27 AM   #43
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3 door GTI S in Pure White with 6MT.
MSRP - 26k
Negotiated Price - 22.5k
OTD - 24650

I felt happy and comfortable with purchasing this car for 1500 below my budget!
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Old 01-02-2016, 04:39 PM   #44
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Bought my GTI 2 weeks ago and couldn't be happier.

2016 GTI SE PP/LP/6MT
Monster Mats, First Aid kit, Roadside assistance, cargo blocks (all thrown in for free)

$28,000 in So Cal (VW of Garden Grove)
Did that include any VW bonus money?
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Old 01-03-2016, 02:06 AM   #45
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Did that include any VW bonus money?
Yes it did include $1500 Conquest cash. The price was after dealer fees but not tax/title/license. I tried pushing down about 5 dealers further but this was the best anyone would do. MSRP for the car was just shy of $32.5k.
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Old 01-03-2016, 11:23 PM   #46
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I get the feeling a lot of regional VW dealers collude on pricing, yet in some regions they are aggressive.
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Old 01-05-2016, 04:57 PM   #47
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2016 GTI S, LP, PP and mojo mats. Bought at invoice minus $500 for partner pricing, minus $1500 for conquest cash, plus they gave me about $3000 more than I think my trade was really worth. Dealer fees were minimal (they are regulated in my state) and no tax since my trade was worth more than the new car. So I think my final price on paper was $25,300-ish, but felt more like $22,300-ish due to the price they gave for my trade.
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Old 01-06-2016, 05:20 AM   #48
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The official "Post your deal!!!" thread

2015 2dr Pure White SE 6sp manual.
Last 2015 on the lot.
$28,925 sticker less $4,430 dealer discount, to get to $24,495 less $1,000 owner loyalty.

Final price $23,495 before TT&L




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Old 01-08-2016, 01:04 PM   #49
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2015 4dr GTI, LP, auto plus 7/70 platinum warranty . MSRP $28,300 $24220 OD (they took 6323 right off the bat). I recently discover this forum btw, some great stuff on here. I post some pics later today along with my wifes TDi.
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Old 01-09-2016, 02:17 AM   #50
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2016 4DR Autobahn DSG with Lighting, Performance, and Driver Assistant packages for $34,000 out the door. It came with Monster mats, cargo liner and blocks, and roadside assistance kit.

MSRP was almost $37k I believe. I feel like it was a reasonable deal considering it was loaded minus DCC.
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Old 01-11-2016, 03:47 AM   #51
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2016 4DR Autobahn DSG with Lighting, Performance, and Driver Assistant packages for $34,000 out the door. It came with Monster mats, cargo liner and blocks, and roadside assistance kit.

MSRP was almost $37k I believe. I feel like it was a reasonable deal considering it was loaded minus DCC.
I'm looking for a similar spec'd GTI. Planning on pulling the trigger on a 4 DR 16 Autobahn with DSG, PP, and lighting package. Figure I can get rubber mats and other options cheaper through online distributors. MSRP for a couple I've seen are in the 35k range. What should I plan to pay? I do not have a VW now so I'm able to get conquest and willing to finance through VW if that gives me more discount or greater leverage.
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