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it's a 2010. trying to get it off the lot so they can sell 2011s.
 

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I guess...still seems like way too much off for a new car.
 

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It's typical of Saab this time of year.

I got $12,500 off our '08 in Jan of '08. There is a dealer around here taking $11k off of 9-3's with owner loyalty.
 

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It is interesting, as the invoice lists for higher that that price. Did the dealership lose money, or is the "invoice price" not really what they pay for it?
 

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If someone is going into the dealership to get a 2010, it would not take much negotiating with the dealership to offer a really good price. I know ownership at two dealerships and they are just trying to get the cars out for the public to see at this point. IMO corporate is most likely just pushing to get the car out into the public and will help the dealership bottom line later on.
 

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I will NEVER pay 50k for a car, unless its really fast or really badass. A 9-5 doesn't fit that . That said, I think 50k is stupid for something that's not really an investment at all. Buy it marked down like this or off the first owner. Cars are a money pit.
 

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I will NEVER pay 50k for a car, unless its really fast or really badass. A 9-5 doesn't fit that . That said, I think 50k is stupid for something that's not really an investment at all. Buy it marked down like this or off the first owner. Cars are a money pit.
Pretty much.
 

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It's true, but if you pull in the sort of money where you can walk into a dealership and drop 50K on a new car, and hardly even see it in your bank account, why not? financing a high depreciating luxury car? that is stupid any way you look at it.
 

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When you factor in manufacturer incentives and such, going below invoice is not uncommon because the dealer receives rebates. My parents received basically the same level of incentives more or less on their recent acquisition.
 
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