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Volkswagen GTI Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • tslbmwtslbmw Posts: 166
    edited May 2010
    Congrats! I love the Karthoum wheels...and on Carbon Steel, your car must look downright stealthy. I've now had my 10 GTI (White w/Detroits) since 11/6/09 and have loved every minute of ownership so far. 7500 miles and counting... :)
  • 2gtiguy2gtiguy Posts: 8
    Thanks! I smile every time I get in this car. And when I get out, I stop to take a minute to look at it, and I smile some more. I've tried to post a photo below. We'll see how that goes....
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  • geosamgeosam Posts: 18
    Love your car...That's exactly how I want mine, especially since I've never really liked Hufs or Detroit wheels. Unfortunately the Karthoums will make the price to steep for me. Was your car already equipped with the wheels? Did they have this car at the dealer or did you have to wait for months for them to find one just how you wanted it? Good Luck with your car!
    George
  • 2gtiguy2gtiguy Posts: 8
    Hey George! Thanks, I love my car too. As far as the wheels go, they do push the price up, but a couple things helped to mitigate that for me. First, I was able to get the wheels at the catalogue cost, which was $329 per wheel I think. That's a lot less than the $2100 they want as an option on Edmunds or through the VW Build Your Own page. Second, since the car I wanted had every other feature I was looking for except these wheels, but it DID have the 18" Denvers on it, I just had them swap the Karthoums with the Denvers. Thing is, it took four days for the dealership to order the Karthoums, so I drove around on the Denvers until then. After the swap ,the dealer bought my Denvers back from me, which dropped the price of the Karthoums even more. In the end, I paid roughly $800 for the Karthoums. Not too shabby, and well worth it for the appearance, IMHO.

    To answer your other question: I had to do an online inventory search to find this car with the options I was looking for. I pulled up a list of the 5 nearest VW dealerships and started looking through their selection. This was literally the only one with the options/color combination I wanted. Good luck to you.
  • geosamgeosam Posts: 18
    Hey 2gtiguy, thanks for the info on your transaction with wheels. I think I will do something similar, however will probably stay with 17's. Yesterday I visited the dealer in my area and gave him all the info on what i wanted and he will get back to me when he finds the vehicle. I know I'll probably be compromising on something, maybe 2 dr instead of 4 dr. When I get this GTI, it will be my 8th GTI. I did notice on your pics that you have the navigation system. Can you actually play a DVD movie? and will it play while you drive?
    Thanks, George
  • chrishhchrishh Posts: 15
    chriskojali,

    Which dealer did you deal with on your GTI?
  • 2gtiguy2gtiguy Posts: 8
    You know, Geosam, I haven't even tried it. I'll give it a shot and report back.

    On a separate note, I've had the ECU upgrade done (254hp now with 296 ft lbs of torque), and I got 31.9 MPG average coming and going on my 30 mile commute to work (probably a 70/30 mix of highway and city driving). Awesome.
  • jjhonkajjhonka Posts: 1
    What state was this in?

    I just got a GTI for $31k OTD in California.

    4dr
    dsg
    autobahn pkg
    xenon
    rear airbag

    Sticker was ~$29.6
  • greennfungreennfun Posts: 2
    2010 GTI United Gray 6M with bluetooth only

    23.5K sale price and 26K out the door..
    6 miles only it when I bought.. not even test-driven before..
  • eurogtieurogti Posts: 3
    illinois\chicago
  • walid_gtiwalid_gti Posts: 3
    Hey folks,

    Here is the deal I got and I wanted to know what you guys think:
    2010 GTI
    Manual Transmission
    2-door
    Bluetooth and Mats, nothing else.
    15K/year and 3 year lease.

    Sticker: $24,639

    Paying $325 a month (for 35 months). No down payment, no taxes, dealer fees or any other fee. I paid nothing. Also, I am not paying the first months payment due to the college grad program they have. My money factor was 0.0006 (= 1.44% interest rate). I think I got a pretty decent deal. What do you guys think?
  • geosamgeosam Posts: 18
    edited June 2010
    Here's my deal: 2 dr, UG, DSG, Sunroof, Bi-Xenon, Bluetooth. MSRP: $27,214.00
    Dealer price: $25,618.00 + taxes, fees etc = 27,032.00.
    Financed $25,164 @ 3.34% = $387 x 72 mo.
    I think it was a fair deal, maybe could have gotten extra $500 on my trade in.
    My eight GTI and first automatic, loving the DSG. Future upgrades: tint and
    new wheels.

    George
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,262
    The deal looks fine except if you put 45k miles on the GTI, you will be way out of warranty and responsible for repairs on a car you don't own. If you stay under 36k, you'll be happier.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 27,943
    If you stay under 36k, you'll be happier.

    Not if you have to walk the other 9K miles... :surprise:

    MODERATOR
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  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,262
    Nicely put kydfx, cracking wise and making money at the same time. Pairing two of life's great pleasures makes you one lucky dude !!!
  • Hey everyone,

    After long last, I have decided to bite the bullet and treat myself to a new car. My current search has led me to the 2010 VW GTI, and after having the opportunity to go on the road with one the other day, I am about 95% sure I want one. The only thing I'm uncertain about is the pricing and if I can reasonably push for any lower. Currently I'm looking at the following:

    -2-door, cloth interior
    -DSG
    -Sunroof
    -Bluetooth & Mats

    I'm being priced $25.9K with another ~$1.8K or so TTL.

    I'd appreciate any thoughts and hopefully looking forward to being a GTI owner!
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,262
    Overstock says you can get $2200 off your gti around my zip code. Check around yours.
  • micosilvermicosilver Posts: 212
    Overstock is not selling cars, same as Zag.com, Costco or Edmunds. They do sell your information to as many dealers as they can, hoping that dealers will drop prices competing with each other, while each one pays a fee to the referring site.
  • angtiangti Posts: 1
    The deal i am getting is $26,000 (plus tax&lic.) for 4dr, DSG, 18" Detroit, Rubber Mat Kit, Bluetooth. It's supposedly $360 above invoice. What do you think?
  • Hey all:

    Here is the deal I just got for my brother in law:

    2010 2 door GTI with DSG tranz in United Grey Metalic
    18" Detroit rims with summer tires
    Sunroof
    GTI mat kit
    Bluetooth

    MSRP: $27,629.00
    Cap Cost: $25,813.00 = $349 BELOW Invoice
    Factory Invoice (according to True Car: $26,162.00)

    Leased for 36 months with 15K year.
    MF was .00185 (My BIL is credit challenged) = 4.44% Interest

    Put 2K down which broke down as follows:
    Acq fee: $625
    Doc fee: $55.00
    Tire fee: $9.00
    Registration fee: $388
    1st payment: $432.00
    Cap cost reduction: $450.00

    Mo payment with Cali (LA county taxes) = $431.60

    Got it from LIVINGSTON VW in Woodland Hills, CA from the Internet dept. Very professional and very easy to deal with. Highly recommended

    And just like bds231 said:

    The dealers will tell you limited supply, no one wants to trade, that price is not feasable, etc etc etc
    IT'S ALL CRAP!!

    Do your research, walk in with a price you are willing to pay. Either they accept the deal or you walk and go to the next store!

    Good luck all and happy driving!!
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,262
    Sounds like a great deal. I do wonder why folks sign leases which exceed the mileage allowed under warranty. You will be responsible for tires - brakes - parts that will go to the next owner. Of course if you lease and then buy -- that makes some sense. Just a friendly question.
  • ral2167ral2167 Posts: 642
    The thing is-- I leased a 2006 jetta-- 15k a year-- 3 years, and I didn't have to pay a dime when i returned it even tho the warranty only went to 36K. Do the oil changes-- rotate the tires-- don't drive like a maniac-- try not to have to park as close to the store as you can (door dings), and you'll do fine.
  • benzserviceguybenzserviceguy Posts: 96
    edited June 2010
    JAY:

    I mentioned that to him and told him that if ANYTHING went wrong after the 36mo/36K warranty expired, it would be on his dime. That is why I tried to convince him, to choose another manufacturer that has a 48mo/50K but he was DEADSET on the GTI.
    To each his own.
    You can lead a horse to water but you can't make them drink!
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,262
    edited June 2010
    I don't care how careful you drive---45k miles will need a set of tires at 40k and the next driver will benefit. In addition vw has cleverly left the major service for 40k miles -- just outside the warranty. Change all filters-oil-spark plugs-transmission fluid and filter etc. If you get out of the dealer for less than $600 consider yourself lucky. Add a set of tires and you've paid a nice price for a car you soon won't own. Of course if you stay at 39999k miles the major service is on them.
  • geosamgeosam Posts: 18
    edited June 2010
    "That is why I tried to convince him, to choose another manufacturer that has a 48mo/50K but he was DEADSET on the GTI. "

    So for 3 years you drive around in your #2 choice because , maybe, there was a 10% chance that something might have gone wrong with the GTI. I don't think so.
  • Finally decided on the 2010 GTI after a test drive. Best price I'm getting is this:

    Car: 2010 GTI 4D w/ DSG, 18" wheels and mats
    Price before taxes & fees = $25,816
    Interest = 0% for 36 months
    Out the door cost = $28.5K

    Is this a good deal? I know the raw price is not, but it's at 0% APR.

    Thanks!
  • 1stgti1stgti Posts: 2
    I really wanted to get a 2010 with just about all of the trimmings, but wasn't able to find one in white and 4 doors. 2011 are coming in. Here is the offer I received:

    2011 4dr autobahn DSG

    MSRP is $31,475
    Offer is $30,133 plus tax, license, title and documentation fees.

    Thumbs up or down?
  • I've been quoting prices, for 18" Detroits, Bluetooth and Rubber Mat kit is just shy of 26k OTD with all fees, keep pushing for more.
  • 1stgti1stgti Posts: 2
    The problem is I'm getting just about every option available. The latest price is $30K + tax. 2011 - 4 door, DSG, AutoBahn (leather, sunroof, Navi, Xenon, Dynaudio, rear airbags), and rubber mats. Invoice is like $30,400. I can probably squeeze a couple of more hundred, but cut into their holdback. Thoughts?
  • perunestperunest Posts: 42
    Purchasing new tires has no bearing on the length of the warranty, since they are never part of any warranty. You will always need to pay for tires yourself.
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