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Dealer mark up / discount on used S3's

loftusrich Jan 7, 2011

  1. loftusrich

    loftusrich New Member

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    Currently looking at used S3's at a couple of dealers but as expected the offered part ex of my 350z is woeful. I am probably £1500 away from where I want to be to change. Any thoughts on what I am liable to be able to get off either the price or increased part ex?

    Rich
     
  2. PilotAudi

    PilotAudi New Member

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    As a generalisation you should look for £1-2k off list price with no px . or base trade price on any px.
     
  3. jungleman

    jungleman Well-Known Member

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    guess it all depends on how badly they need the sale and the time of the month, when i got mine i got a grand trade in my old car... even tho a good private sale would have been 6-700 and i got from memory about 13% off list price
     
  4. sub39h

    sub39h Active Member

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    what did you used to drive lol - obviously the S3 was more than just a cut above LOL

    you live in Teesside? i bought my 2.0T from there 2nd hand - lemme find the name of the salesman. if i refer you maybe he'll give you a better price.
     
  5. jungleman

    jungleman Well-Known Member

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    haha yea was deff more then a cut above
    it was a 12 year old alfa... miss that car :(
     
  6. tku

    tku Member

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    Easy. Sell the Z privately. And then try again.
     
  7. david7m

    david7m Active Member

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    Sell the Z and go in with 'cash'. I am looking for a used 8P S3 and will be expecting a decent discount for no P/X, current financial climate etc.

    Dave
     
    Last edited: Jan 8, 2011
  8. PaulAr

    PaulAr S3 (8P)

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    Agree.
    I alway do this and have always ended up significantly better off on the deal. I sold my last car for 2k more than best p/x price offerred and bought the S3 without p/x. Its a bit more hassle but worth the 2k in my pocket.

    Good luck
    Paul
     
  9. PilotAudi

    PilotAudi New Member

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    8L... Isn't this the 8P section.... if you want an 8L ignore my earlier post!!
     
  10. tku

    tku Member

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    Doesn't his logic still apply to the OP's question?.
     
  11. david7m

    david7m Active Member

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    I meant 8P :)

    Dave
     
  12. PilotAudi

    PilotAudi New Member

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    It does but only to a degree. The prices of 8L will be far more sensitive to condition and originality than the newer 8P which at an Audi dealer are most likely to be straight and unmollested.
     

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