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I don't have any info on backend money but I was told 8.5% from invoice to MSRP.
As I said the price greatly depends on spec, some have low msrp's and those are likely the cars advertised n the 290's. 2020's won't be out for...
For reference my 18' high spec just retailed for $330K but it was a hot car with full PPF, downpipes and exhaust. Not a mark on it.
2018's are wholesaling around 250-260 and the 19's are around 270-290 depending on spec. Keep in mind the options vary quite a bit. You can buy...
8 1/2% but doubt you get too much of a discount maybe 1/2 that. Good luck
I pay them to leave it upfront and watch out.
Happens to me evertime unless I'm in one of my trucks - then they stay far away.
Thanks I will ask my dealer about it.
Is it a magazine?
Good data for europeans but you can't compare an older used car to a newer. Of course it will lose less.
For a car in stock maybe 5% to 8% depending not the dealer and spec. Ordered car might be 1/2.
My dealer still hasn't hasn't come through for me. Congratulations on the allocation. I am a bit jealous now.
Weird that it only has 250 miles and such a discount. Makes me wonder what problems might exist.
720 depreciation is on par with Lambo and Ferrari.
Upside is that you got a well spec'd car but yes I agree spec'ing your car is fun but it takes a while. For some (myself) I pulled the trigger on...
Actually 400 LE cars worldwide that were pre-spec'd as you indicate. Most of them are pretty loaded and they came with luggage and a small...
You have to warm the tires to 90+ degrees or you will spin. The Corsa's just aren't sticky enough to manage the power from launch otherwise.
Those are strong numbers. These cars flat out go.
Awesome, good luck!