I was going to buy an Osmium /Blond Inscription with Vision/Convenience/Comfort, B&W Sound, Child Booster, Air Suspension & Urban Styling with Skids. It was a demo with a little less than 3,000 miles on it. MSRP $72K. Price agreed = $66,500. Even though it was a great deal, I couldn't convince myself that I loved the Osmium Gray, so I'm going to build one today. I don't want the booster or the Urban Styling package. I am debating the B&W Sound and Air Suspension. Not sure what deal I will get now, as I think the dealer wanted to move that particular one off of the lot.
I just ordered a 2017 XC90 R-Design in Bursting Blue with the following packages. I live in Seattle and worked with 3 dealerships, until two dropped out, and the third wouldn't go any lower. Potentially could have negotiated more, especially since we don't need the car until February with an expanding family, but I don't think any local dealers were going to be cutting much more of a deal.
Decided to forgo air suspension because we didn't notice much difference in highway or light off-road even with 22's. Also to avoid potential long term costs of fixing an air suspension which I understand can be pricey. Also had no use for the climate package in our temperate weather, and you can't use a heated windshield with the HUD and the R-Design steering wheel is by default not heated.
YXC145, way to go. That's a great deal. I ended up getting 8.0% off on a 2017 T6 Momentum Plus with Vision and Convenience Pkg. At the time I felt i was towards the end of negotiating, the dealer didn't want to give up more. But I got what I was looking for.
Being active duty Military overseas, we get great deals on new Volvo's. I brought a brand new special order how I wanted it 2017 T6 Rdesign with Bursting blue Metallic paint, Convenience package out the door for $50,640. Base price was $45,920, Metallic was FREE, 60% off convenience package so I got that package for just $720 instead of $1800. No taxes and picked up at my base in Germany when I arrived from Japan. Hope that helps other Military members in the future.
I am negotiating with the dealers in Seattle and the lowest I could get to is $56.5k + tax etc.. for vehicle MRSP $60.5k
This was for: MY18 Momentum T6 with:
- packages: momentum plus, convenience
- 20in wheels
- child booster
- heated steering wheel
I used Costco plan. Unfortunately I wasn't eligible for conquest deal as I don't drive their what they consider competitive brand now..
Any help or thoughts how to get an extra 3k? I'm willing to pay 52-53k..
On Sunday I negotiated the purchase of a 2017 XC90 T8. The sticker is $84,010 (vision, climate +HUD, convenience, sound, leather dash, blah blah blah lots of stuff). I got them to $77,000. Signed on the dotted line. I also got a decent trade for my 2013 XC90 w/ 66,000 miles on it which was $21,000.
New member based in SoCal and wanted to get feedback from the community to help me make my decision about XC90 T8. Was offered 13% off on R-Design as well as Inscription. Both cars have comparable options with HUD, Convenience and Vision Pckg. With similar packages, the total price offered is very close for both cars; any suggestions on which car to go move forward with will be much appreciated. Thank you in advance!