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Discussion in 'Pricing, Ordering, Negotiating' started by LaredoHK, Jun 26, 2019.
Has the Invoice Price been Discovered Yet?
Yes it’s on the main website. 49,900 for 3.0 and slightly more for the premium
Whozaka - That’s MSRP (not Invoice).
oh sorry, I misread that.
BMW invoice is usually about 7% this could hold since BMW builds the car but. I’m just shooting in the dark
I have it for South East Toyota cars but honestly I don't want to share it because it will sour some people on their purchase . I work for a dealer and I'm paying msrp but seeing invoice even makes me sad lol
Wow, thanks for the contribution!
My pleasure lol
Make us sad!
Honestly that makes it even worse for the dealerships adding ADM. Scum!
yeah, I guess, but in any industry the holder of a hard to get object can ask more for it. happens all over the world and in more than just the automotive industry. dealers do it on all manufactures so it souldn't be a surprise really, just have to find a dealer willing to sell one at MSRP. or wait and maybe, just maybe, they will be able to be had on the premium or base for less than MSRP a year or two down the road
I couldn't word it any better. Can't be mad their is a demand for a profit. Especially when you have an apple to apples option available just have to wait. It's simple economics demand >supply equals higher price
My guess would be 11-12% off msrp is invoice on the LE.
Agreed with above.
Although it sucks that some people are going to have to pay higher than invoice, if I had a car listed for sale and someone immediately contacted me said they would take it for 5k higher than I was asking, simply because at was a rare or highly sought after car, I would have to admit, I would sell it and be happy with my extra profit.
If nobody is willing to pay MSRP, the asking price will get lowered.
Yes it sucks, but I get it.
Surprised nobody shared these yet.