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Old 07-25-2016, 05:59 PM
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Want to get a q7. How many % off msrp should I expect these days?
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0-7% depending on location. Where are you located?
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0-7% depending on location. Where are you located?
I'm in GA.
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Originally Posted by kna3ga View Post
I'm in GA.
Hopefully someone in your area will be able to chime in on what kind of deal they got.
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Want to get a q7. How many % off msrp should I expect these days?
There are a number of threads touching on this (though some are hidden within other subject lines that got off topic). SYMAWD knows best being a dealer.

My view.... Overall the demand for the SUV in most markets is greater then the supply. If you have a specific spec wish list in mind, it's not very easy to find the perfect one in stock sitting on a lot. From what I have read, many lately are now reporting being told MSRP is it or a token $500 off etc. If you are seeking a loaded up Prestige or well equipped P+ most dealers are not interested in the word discount. Go for a base Premium, or an oddly spec'd build and you may have some negotiating power.
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If you are a member of costco try the costco auto buying program they have prearranged discounts with dealers. Good luck
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Originally Posted by Meyecul View Post
There are a number of threads touching on this (though some are hidden within other subject lines that got off topic). SYMAWD knows best being a dealer.

My view.... Overall the demand for the SUV in most markets is greater then the supply. If you have a specific spec wish list in mind, it's not very easy to find the perfect one in stock sitting on a lot. From what I have read, many lately are now reporting being told MSRP is it or a token $500 off etc. If you are seeking a loaded up Prestige or well equipped P+ most dealers are not interested in the word discount. Go for a base Premium, or an oddly spec'd build and you may have some negotiating power.
I've got that impression Too bad the supplier discount deal is gone.
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If you are a member of costco try the costco auto buying program they have prearranged discounts with dealers. Good luck
Good to know that. Thanks!
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Costco doesn't work with the Q7 in my area.
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Costco doesn't work with the Q7 in my area.
What area do you live in?
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