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Price question: Cert 2007 V80 3.2

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Old 09-23-2009, 10:52 AM
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Hey Guys
I am about to buy a certified S80 3.2 and would like your advice on pricing. I'd REALLY appreciate your help.

FYI, here's vehicle & quote info:

- Model: 2007 S80 3.2 (Certified/Silver)
- Mileage: 17,300
- Option: Only Weather pkg
- Dealer: Park Place Volvo (Dallas, TX)
- CarFax: Clean one owner (no fleet or rental)
- Condition: Perfectly clean (overnight test-drive)

- Original internet price: $23,993
- Offer price: $23,563 (KBB/NADA: $25,000)
- Final price w/ tax & etc: $25,289

FYI,I am planning to make a down payment of $20,000 and financing the rest.

My questions are:

#1: Is it good deal with offered pricing, $23,563? (KBB/NADA: $25,000)
#2: Should I ask for more?
(I only asked for a better price ONCE, and it is the price the sales guy gave me. Approx. $500 less than listing price. I didn't ask more.)
#3: Do you recommend this model?
(As mid-30 years old guy, I never imagined myself buying Volvo, but now changed after giving it an overnight test drive)

Thank you for your help in advance and very excited to become a part of this forum!
 

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Old 09-27-2009, 09:54 PM
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I purchased mine (2007, 16,300 miles last month) Keyless, Winter Pack, for $22,500. I had to haggle with the dealership, but eventually they accepted.

This is a great vehicle. I'm 35 and absoultely love it.
 
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Old 09-28-2009, 11:01 AM
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Talking I would get it either way!

Well I did a quick suggested retail value for this car on http://kbb.com (Kelly Blue Book) and they are saying that this car is worth $24,570. Even though they say it is clean I would have them recheck it, i.e. bumper to bumper inspection. Just in case they missed something. Oh and I would ask for the carfax report. I did not know that my car was in an accident until I paid to get mine. That was the best $30 I have ever spent. Anyway, I would get it either way but if you can haggle down to $22,500 like congoroom did then, I would defiantly get it. Then you would only spend a little bit over the offer price, if my math is correct. Plus the car is still under warranty if something needs to get fixed! Good luck!
 

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Old 09-28-2009, 11:26 AM
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Thanks for very helpful tips, both!
 
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Old 09-28-2009, 12:15 PM
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No problem! I hope everything turns out the way you want it too.
 
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