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jameir 05-02-2013 11:06 PM

2012.... would anyone buy this at that price...
 
It should be a little cheaper right??

I really like it but idk if I should just grab a '13
What yall think??

http://www.ephratajohnsauderauto.com...-PA/1401112033

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Squillo 05-02-2013 11:11 PM

The '13 has some nice upgrades with the MyLink system. Up to you, but the price on th '12 seems reasonable to me.

SoCalThug 05-03-2013 12:08 AM

Couldn't find any miles listed on the link. Try truecar.com, or check yelp reviews on dealers close to you.

Hitman84 05-03-2013 12:10 AM

with the 14's only months a way you might be able to get them to do better on the price.

jameir 05-03-2013 12:50 AM

SoCal the car is new...

Hitman yea I been thinking about that... waiting it out they have 2 '12s brand new but that has the lil kit on there the other is just a convertible 2ss but that 2ss with the kit is a lil better.

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davidcroft 05-03-2013 05:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Hitman84 (Post 6499100)
with the 14's only months a way you might be able to get them to do better on the price.

:der:

That's cheap as hell for a new 2SS. The deal is real. just like everyone else said, do you want the '13 upgrades? a '13 2SS would be about 5-6K more than that.

jameir 05-03-2013 06:27 AM

They just lowered the price... it was 38, 600 thats y I was asking about it... shit 34k I think I can make it there today... they have a convertible also... lemme see if I can find the link

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jameir 05-03-2013 06:31 AM

What about this vert ??? They lowered that price also... I told them I woukd be in today but I didnt know they would lower the price... both were 38k..

http://www.ephratajohnsauderauto.com...-PA/1401112013

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Verbolten 05-03-2013 06:56 AM

This is called bait and switch. There is quite a few dealers doing this. The ad says 10K off MSRP. How can the dealer advertise this? They stack all the possible rebates together. The odds of qualifing for them is a million to 1.

menendez1293 05-03-2013 07:01 AM

If they honor the price that is online then it's a good deal. If they plan to just get you in the door with that price and try to rip you off obviously it isn't a good deal.

Omaha 05-03-2013 07:06 AM

I would even offer them less than what they are asking. This car has been sitting on their lot for almost a year. I'm sure they want to move it.

Titan 05-03-2013 07:07 AM

I am pessimistic about dealers and believe they are mostly scumbags. I have actually gotten advertised deals before but more often than not it is a scam.

BDBiker 05-03-2013 07:14 AM

I found a car locally advertised, when I called and asked the "out the door" price with no trade-in, they refused to give me a price. I said that I would be on my way for a purchase immediately if they would give me a "Straight answer" to a very simple question. They refused to give me a price, I said that I don't play games so find another sucker. Good luck with your purchase, I bet you will not actually "Qualify" for the discounted price. Make a phone call, ask for the sales manager, and get a FIRM price. If you plan to trade-in a car, look out for the "Low Ball" price for your trade.
Just realized that I did not answer your question, YES I would buy the car at that price if I wanted it.

TPAJETSKI 05-03-2013 07:27 AM

That seems like a good price to me. On an unrelated matter, all that gfx and wing ruin the look of the car to me.

vroomapunk 05-03-2013 08:34 AM

Thats a gangster price.

35k for a brand new 2ss, with Ground effects, high rise spoiler, heritage grille, stripes, RS package.

It literally has every option except the sun roof and auto trans.

Id jump on it, all you get with 2013 is the touch radio (you lose the backup camera in the rear view, and it goes into the radio). and Electronic assist steering

sscamaro 05-03-2013 11:27 AM

Sauder is a reputable dealer. I've bought a 2002 Camaro SS, a 2010 Camaro SS, an S-10 PU truck, a 2004 Silverado and last year a 2012 Silverado from Sauder. They never charge over sicker either.

LStick 05-03-2013 11:37 AM

[QUOTE=Omaha;6499571]I would even offer them less than what they are asking. This car has been sitting on their lot for almost a year. I'm sure they want to move it.[/QUOTE

129xxx vin-If its new, its been sitting longer than that.

Sept-Oct 2011 build?

Maybe added all the "dealer installed" stuff (3600 dollars worth) to move it out.

K32 Camaro 05-03-2013 12:31 PM

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Originally Posted by vroomapunk (Post 6499812)
Thats a gangster price.

35k for a brand new 2ss, with Ground effects, high rise spoiler, heritage grille, stripes, RS package.

It literally has every option except the sun roof and auto trans.

Id jump on it, all you get with 2013 is the touch radio (you lose the backup camera in the rear view, and it goes into the radio). and Electronic assist steering

+1

GFX isn't cheap

Yendor 05-03-2013 12:40 PM

These deals are happening, I bought a new 2012 2SS/RS that stickered for ~$41,200 and paid ~$34,800 for it on March 30th. Yes, they stacked all the rebates and I qualified for 0% financing too. I believe that if you have good credit that is still available too for 2012 closeouts.

MBS 05-03-2013 01:14 PM

Might be they clearing out the 2012's and 2013's as quick as they can so then only the LESS aggressive looking 2014's will be on the lot ,

2012-1822 05-03-2013 04:08 PM

Remember, no hill assist on that one, and that's a good thing.

I'd say it's so up to what will make you happy. First, you can get them down on that price, so if it's about the money then get that one and low ball them. But if you think you'd be happier with the upgrades on a '13 you have to go that way. But that's a lot of money off on that one, and it should be.

I'll say this, that money you save on it could definitely go to performance parts.

Going with the two things Mcchuck and BDBiker were saying, screw whether they are putting rebates on top of rebates and whether you are getting dicked around, go in there hard and don't fall in love with the car. If they jerk you around, employ some colorful metaphors and expletives. Look, those guys are pros, you aren't going to hurt their feelings, if you do they are in the wrong business. My last Harley I bought, I had the sales manager in there turning red and pissed, but what do I care, I'm not paying sticker as his place when others will give me a deal, **** him.

Be hard, ready to walk out, you don't like red, you don't like the spoiler, whatever, make them feel like they need to sell you the car, play the game better than them. And don't be afraid to say $#%@@#$ **** %^&$$&$#@@@ and turn around and walk out.

For the record, they're are salespeople, yes there is a point in being rude to them.

Birm 05-03-2013 04:38 PM

I'd offer like 31... 14's are en route, and that one is used regardless of condition it is used.

Scrappy Doo 05-03-2013 05:10 PM

Buy it

PalmerGA 05-03-2013 05:12 PM

Very good price on both those cars. They won't be there long at that price (I would think) so if that's what you want... you should jump on it!

cadyshac 05-03-2013 05:21 PM

I would buy it at that price but my first offer would certainly be less, it will give you some negotiating room. They are figuring in all applicable discounts to get to that price, you probably won't qualify for all of them but that doesn't mean they wont sell it to you at that price.
Don't forget, depreciation wise, that car will be 2 years old in just a couple of months. You will need to use that as a bargaining chip, you will take that hit when you drive off the lot.


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