On www.cars4u.com it is $495 - at least I can use that as a bit of leverage with the dealer. Hard to bargain when they can't keep them on the lot. Wait time is 4 months.nitroburn said:
That's how it is here....you have a wonderful selection but at the same time I see other GTI'S at least once a week. It's not bad though, we get to check each other out. You know, I have never been prompted to race by another GTI..HOW COOL IS THAT?quick07 said:I find it amazing that in some area's it's that hard to get your hand on a new GTI. I just checked the inventory at the 5 dealers within about 70 miles of Buffalo,NY and found 4 orange plus 31 more from about $22k - $29k
Well, around here in Vancouver I am starting to see more of them. However, when you go to the lot they rarely have more than one - they have to be selling tonnes of them. Their sales are up in both countries, and it is easier to get a loaded one than a 'base model' - which is why we have to wait do damn long.quick07 said:that does sound nice. I don't think they are selling that well here because I don't see any on the roads.
We got almost $1100 off sticker. I honestly think they are fewer north of the border.left coast los said:Ok, I am here in Silicon Valley and been to three dealerships today, and all three had at least 10 different GTI's in both 2 and 4 door. PS all three had at least 1 farenheit. Getting 1K below sticker, but still $500 over invoice should be easy. if not go somewhere else. I think they are good cars, but remember we have choices and they need money. They aren't selling THAT fast.
Nice.deviltailedfast said:My original dealer inquiry was through the vw.com website. There's a point after building your own where you can ask for a dealer contact. They contacted me, and I ended up going down for a test drive, falling in love, and getting $1000 off for an "interent sale".