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#7: 03-31-2007, 12:29 PM
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Car: 05 LGT Garnet Red Pearl
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if you're comfortable with the price, go for it. If there's another dealer reasonably close by, take that price to them and ask them to beat that price...and so forth. Someone elses price is dependent on a lot of variables. I got my GT for close to 21k plus the gold warranty, but there were three dealers within 30 miles of each other and I played them against each other, so that was my hook. End of model year, no demand for the car is normally a good time for a good price, and some will have taken advantage of that too. Bottom line is, if you can afford it and you're comfortable with the price/payments, then pull the trigger after you try to get something more, lower price, warranty, free services, etc. Why not try?