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Price paid reluctance

I'm curious of why folks in general are reluctant to post their price paid for vehicles? Its almost like asking them for a genitalia selfie.
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post #2 of 133 Old 05-29-2014, 03:34 PM
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I agree, if there is a dealer willing to get more volume in negotiating price, lets give them the business.

I am also interested in dealers who are attentive and helpful in custom orders.
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Mine had a sticker price of $36400 and I got it for $31995. Happy? I am!
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Thanks, I think it would be useful for people to state whether the PM was on the lot, or custom order as well.

I would expect some deals out there on existing stock on dealer lots, once we get to late July, when 2015's are announced.
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I'm curious of why folks in general are reluctant to post their price paid for vehicles? Its almost like asking them for a genitalia selfie.

Too embarrassed maybe that they didn't get the very best deal? Me, I make the best deal I can at the time and then forget about it, it's done and I really wanted this van. The "better deal" was probably only a few hundred anyway which over the at very least 7-10 years I plan to keep this van is beyond insignificant, a few bucks a month. Think about what most people pay for their gadgets/phones/tv PER MONTH!

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post #6 of 133 Old 05-29-2014, 08:48 PM
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When you add all monthly payments and down payment. It is more like between 40 and 50 k. This all depends what you get of course. High roof ,159wb, bins , partition, floor ect.. the list can really go on.
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Hard to say exactly because I traded in my 2006 chevy express with a Knapehide KUV body. What I can say is how much I like the promaster. I agree with dawns early light photo, make my best deal at the time and move on.
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post #8 of 133 Old 05-29-2014, 09:51 PM
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I'm curious of why folks in general are reluctant to post their price paid for vehicles? Its almost like asking them for a genitalia selfie.
That's just nuts . . .
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$32,960, OTD $29,000
1500 - 136 low roof
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post #10 of 133 Old 05-30-2014, 10:26 AM
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I would tell you the price I paid but it would not be representative of what you would normally pay as I purchased a damaged unit and had the repairs done myself.
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