Good question....I would never pay more than sticker.Well, How much are you paying for this fine ride?
How much Over would you pay, Dealer Mark-Up/Adjustment/Ass Reaming etc, to have the First G8 in your area?
Pontiac dealers want you to pay full pop even if demand is low and supply is high- see the 3800 GTOs still sitting on dealer lots, with many dealers unwilling to negotiate.It will be interesting but if the demand is high and supply is low, we may have to pay full pop!!
Amen to that. Dealer's reaming suckers has been the demise of far too many good cars...20th Trans am, Cyclone, aw heck. I can't think of any more right now I get so mad thinking about those stupid dealers. I'll walk out on anyone who isn't willing to deal with me no matter how much I like the car.
Will not pay over MSRP!
Didn't do it on the Solstice GXP, not going to do it on the G8 GT.
If they make a G8 GXP all bets are off about MSRP, but it will be beyond my means anyway!
At some point in time, the volume of sales has to account for something, not just the price they are selling them at. I have always thought that sales volume=better prices from the factory. The better price the dealer pays, the better for us. I could be completely wrong on that thought, but that's just the way I've always thought it went.That's the spirit!
I meant to put this in the Lounge, not the Tech Lounge, (Apologies for that). Many of us owned or still own GTO's. We remember the excitement surrounding the 04's, the journey from OZ, and those who paid 38-45K in the midst of the the chaos for the the right the be the first on the block...
Either way, it should be interesting! (grin).
There not but with there higher resale value there leases are dirt cheap, if you know your investment will be worth something after 3/4 years people don't mind paying retail. When people buy a 33k GTO and cant get 19k two years later THAT scares away buyers IMOIf high volume leads to lower pricing, then why aren't they giving away Camrys and Accords?