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|10-14-2008 07:58 PM|
Originally Posted by Nthuzast07 View Post
599/430 Prices Crashing - FerrariChat.com
|10-12-2008 12:07 PM|
Originally Posted by logan2z View Post
"At what point do these dealers just have to cut their losses and price..." That depends on if the dealers have the money to own them instead of flooring them. Dealers can sometime hold them a long time if they own them.
Remember, car deals are each different depending on if there is a trade in, cash, finance, money from Lotus, etc. I will sell our 2007 Elise at a loss to make a deal if there other circumstances that allow me to go to my boss and explain to him that the total deal is reasonable at this time.
The comments on the invoice price is very interesting. 10% lower from MSRP is close.
Hope this helps.
|10-11-2008 08:07 PM|
Originally Posted by Chris Mackey View Post
|10-11-2008 01:14 PM|
|Chris Mackey||I bought mine at "invoice". I had no way to confirm that the dealer was telling the truth, but the price was about 10% under the sticker and just a few thousand above the price of the used cars I had been pricing.|
|10-11-2008 01:08 PM|
You cant find invoice pricing on Lotuses anywhere online. When purchasing a vehicle like the Lotus, exclusivity is the name of the game. No one really pays too much for a Lotus, however, dont expect to steal one or negotiate from invoice. This is taboo --Ever find invoice pricing on Ferrari or Aston Martin or any other low volume manufactures? Ariel atom invoice?
Dealers are motivated to sell, and any one would be more than happy to entertain your offer. Be sure to compare service, reputation, and condition over price. Sometimes the best deal is a combination not just the bottom line.(Not a Chevy)
|10-07-2008 06:24 PM|
you can try this....
Lotus Cars USA: Build Your Lotus
|10-07-2008 05:02 PM|
Originally Posted by def View Post
|10-07-2008 02:30 PM|
|def||Link to 06 exige?|
|10-07-2008 02:26 PM|
|09-29-2008 04:45 PM|
Originally Posted by marcinr View Post
|09-29-2008 12:36 PM|
Is there any way to look up Lotus invoice prices?
I'm trying to guesstimate the value of a new Elise SC. It's currently priced at $58k and it's been sitting on the dealer's lot for a long time. 2008 Elise SC. I guess it's priced too high since nobody's buying it, but lacking any information about invoice prices and such, it's hard to find out how much wiggle room there is for negotiation.