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Old 07-04-2017, 07:44 PM
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Thanks. I've just learned that the e-tron isn't eligible for ED because our US outlet/plug specs differ from European specs. Very disappointed.....
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ED is a ton of fun and I would do it again if the time/car was right. However, EU rental companies (Sixt being a great example) has some great rentals. Last year we rented a E63s AMG and had an absolute blast. I was totally smitten.

This year we are renting a S7 (also from Sixt).

Cars and prices vary greatly by location and country, but Munich and Zurich have some tasty options.
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Thanks. It's easy to forget that one doesn't have to buy a car through the ED process to enjoy that part of the world.
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No RS models???? Sad. :-) Back to the drawing board.

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No RS models???? Sad. :-) Back to the drawing board.
Go in and negotiate. I've found that a lot of the details on those sheets are only close to accurate.
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Go in and negotiate. I've found that a lot of the details on those sheets are only close to accurate.
Agreed. It clearly says final price is up to the dealer AND the cars do not come out of the dealer allocation. If your closest dealer won't talk, then find another or two. They have no reason not to deal especially if they know you will go elsewhere or they are not that close to you.
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i just negotiated 6% off for ED Q7. It wasnt easy though, Had some rookie sales rep commit over email and then tried to ignore me hoping i dont go through with it. Guess he was reprimanded for it.

But i took the email to sales manager and he honored it.

That being said, these guys DID NOT want to do European Delivery. Guy even offered me 10% on a stock Q7.
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