01-06-2001, 04:14 PM
I am probably going to be buying an Allroad pretty soon. I live in Princeton NJ, and will probably be buying from Princeton Audi. How much discount did everyone get, and what is probably a good price to pay? Thanks a lot.
01-06-2001, 04:47 PM
If you can beat list, your're doing good
01-06-2001, 04:58 PM
At greenlight.com, i price out an Allroad and it was about $1200 below list.
01-06-2001, 08:36 PM
I just ordered one in the SF Bay Area for MSRP, no one would budge here or any of the places I contacted for that matter. I'm justifying it in that I have a great salesperson and expect great service. I did read a post about "fighting chance" that sounded interesting and another one in the NE US that got $2500 below MSRP. You may want to browse previous posts.
I swore I'd never pay anywhere near MSRP for a vehicle. In fact, I thanked all those that did, thinking they were the reason I used to get all the good deals I got in the past. Not only am I paying MSRP for the allroad, we just paid MSRP for my wifes MDX. What is the world coming to???
01-08-2001, 07:56 AM
I would try Holberts in PA. They lost my sale over a test drive, well it is
kind of a long story but went I told them I had a deposit on another allroad
they we willing to come down $1500.00. If you would like more info or
th rest of the story send e-mail.
01-08-2001, 08:05 AM
I ordered one in the Bay area too for MSRP. Now, if only they'd get on and deliver the thing.....
01-08-2001, 02:01 PM
What a coincidence; I'm buying an Allroad (due in late March) and my wife is getting an Acura MDX. On the MDX, you're fortunate if you were able to get MSRP, as most of the Northern California dealers are adding a premium over MSRP or forcing you to take unwanted extras at inflated prices.
01-08-2001, 03:25 PM
In Ohio and Indiana, I received quotes ranging from MSRP (which is 12% dealer profit) to a low of $1079 over invoice (2.5% dealer profit). I can't speak for the pricing on the coast, but don't pay MSRP in Ohio!
01-09-2001, 07:06 AM
I dealt with Princton and paid msrp for the first time ever! I guess I really wanted it...
01-12-2001, 04:18 PM
And I thought I'd be the first on the block with an MDX and an allroad...great combo. The MDX we got in Redwood City, they are sold out until September. The allroad I ordered from Randy Hill at Rector in Burlingame. Great guy, very knowledgable, he races and owns Porsches and Ferraris...I asked him to show me what the allroad could do...after several well balanced 4-wheel drifts I was fairly impressed. For as much functionality and utility as the allroad has, it is also something you can toss around and have some fun with.