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Porsche Cayenne Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • I think if you pay him $45k you are being too generous. With no miles on it, he should give you 15% off MSRP for a leftover 2005 which basically gets you to $45k. If the extended warranty is worth $2.5k, that makes the price $47.5k. With 6500 miles on it, I think you should get another 10% off --- that would say fair price is probably around $43k max. Good luck.
  • aoraor Posts: 5
    thank you very much for ur advice. really appreciate it.
  • I am looking at a 06 Cayenne S - It seems like all I find in stock does not have the equipment I am looking for - Is there a chance to negotiate the price if I order one equipped as I would like it ? I am in NYC ....

    Thanks
  • rowlandjrowlandj Posts: 254
    You should be able to see the same discount on an ordered vehicle as an in-stock. If they are offering a percentage off it should apply to any vehicle, at least that was my experience at a Danbury dealer.

    JR
  • obihobih Posts: 1
    I was told by a salesman that Titanium with Havanna Beige Leather interior would not be popular resale. Does anyone know if that is an unpopular combination? I happen to likeit and would you the info in price negotiation.
  • rowlandjrowlandj Posts: 254
    I could see that choice as being somewhat out of the ordinary so I can see the person's point. I think that the only color in the 'dark' range that works with that interior is the black. Just my $.02 so take it for what it's worth.
  • amstamst Posts: 8
    I've been inquiring about leasing a Cayenne S with my local dealers. One of the dealers has acquired a bunch of these trucks from the Advanta Tennis tournament. They typically have about 300-600 miles on them. They aren't titled. I was quoted 10K off of a 65,500 MSRP Cayenne S. 48 Month lease payments with 12K/yr came out to $497/month (+ tax). Up front money is about $700. Is this too good to be true? Am I missing something?
  • I would love to know where to inquire about this opportunity, it sounds great on the surface.

    Thanks
  • amstamst Posts: 8
    Well...got a call from the salesman today...He says he "forgot to put in the money factor". Jerk!
  • aoraor Posts: 5
    would like to know which dealership is this? would not mind looking to buy one. thanks.
  • aoraor Posts: 5
    brandwine porsche, newton square PA-right outside philly has tennis cars.
  • aoraor Posts: 5
    thanks to all the messages here -i was able to negotiate a deal i am happy with. bought a 05/ v6 silver/black for 16.2% off msrp. thanks.
  • Anyone aware of any 2006 Cayenne S deals in New Mexico, Colorado or Arizona? I know Stevinson in Denver has a $5,000 off MSRP promo going until the 15th. Any advice on leveraging deals in other States with your local dealer? How does a vehicle trade-in factor in to the equation? Will out of state dealers work with you on trade-ins? Thanks!
  • art12art12 Posts: 1
    Anyone know of any good deals on 2005 Cayenne S Models. And what is a good price to pay? Thanks
  • YOU CAN GET 10000 OFF MSRP 2006 MODEL IN ATLANTA AREA PORSCHE DEALER
  • Sounds like you live in Denver. I live in Denver and saw the same ad,from reading previous postings, $5000 off is no great shake.Have you had any further luck in your search?I'm also looking for Cayenne S and have been looking countrywide as well as local Denver dealerships.Let me know your thoughts / results.

    Thanks
  • I don't actually live in Denver, but travel there on business a couple of times a month. So here is a synopsis of my quest for a Cayenne S. I met with both dealers in Denver and my first impression is that Stevinson was more willing to negotiate. Stevinson quoted their $5,000 off deal and I pushed back with 10-12% off MSRP (around $6k-$7.5k depending on options). The salesman there said he would be willing to work with me - Prestige was a little more reluctant around the 10% off MSRP number, but said they would consider the offer. I took this prep-work back to my local dealer in New Mexico and spent about three hours in their showroom negotiating a deal. Initially they agreed to 10% off MSRP, but then tried playing shell games with my Trade-in and financing. I called them on it and we reached a stalemate at 8% off MSRP, below avg trade offer and not the best financing. In end, I walked. Now I am working on selling my vehicle to take that variable out of the equation. Once sold, I will again pursue the dealers in Denver - they seem to have higher volume and are therefore more willing to negotiate. It's too bad, I would really prefer to keep my business local. Also, I think the closer we get to the impending Cayenne Facelift, the more willing the dealers will be to negotiate as PCNA will likely provide dealer support. Good luck in your search and keep me posted on your efforts/results.
  • I just looked at a 2004 Cayenne S with 25,000 miles. Any thoughts to what a good purchase price would be? It has very few options, moonroof, bose, mats, & bi-xenon lights I believe.
    thanks for any feedback.
  • I hear that BMW is coming out with a 7 seater this year. Does anyone know if the CS will have that option as well?
  • tenzotenzo Posts: 24
    Today, I went out to buy FX35 AWD w/ Sports, touring, and floor mat, and splash guards for $38000.00 the dealer I went, they have Porsche, Mercedes, BMW, infiniti, and some more. I had chance to look their inventory and found a car I want to take test drive which was 06 black Cayenne. I ask the sales associate what he can do and he offered me pretty good numbers. I was pretty sure, I could get another $500 off form this deal, but the sale associate was so nice and I did not want to give him hard time. He also gave me such a good deal on my last BMW. Anyways I paid $44,500.00 before tax which was $5,330.00 off from MSRP. I don’t think this is the best I could get, but still love it.
    This is the detail about car.
    Base 42200.00 (blk/blk)
    Tiptronic S 3000.00
    Bi-xenon w/washers 1240.00
    Front real floor mats 130.00
    Wheel hub covers 185.00
    Moonroof 1150.00
    Front seat htr incl. string wheel 560.00
    Auto climatic control 550.00
    Destination charge 815.00
    Total 49,830.00

    Invoice $43,380.00(base on Edmunds)

    Is this a good deal??
  • Hi all - first-time Porsche buyer and I would really appreciate any advice on pricing for a Northern California, 2004 Black/Black Cayenne S with 15k miles. Excellent shape, 18" Cayenne Turbo Wheels, Bi-Xenon Headlights with Washers, PCM II, Air Suspension with PASM, Trailer hitch w/o ball (don't want it, but oh well), Moonroof, Sports Aluminum Package, Front and Rear Park Assist. 1 owner.

    Need to make a decision as soon as possible. Thnx!!
  • I would offer $45K.

    Some may say that's low balling it, but consider the following:

    - 2004 model had lots of problems. Many people want to get rid of it. Surely depreciation will be steep for this model year.
    - You can buy a new 2006 model car without Air Suspension for probably just $10K more. Just find one with MSRP of around $62K, and try to talk them down 10-12%.
  • psu1983psu1983 Posts: 24
    I'm looking to buy a new 2005 Cayenne S, w/ a sticker of just over $63k for $51.5k...from what I can gather, appears to be a solid deal. Negatives are no bi-xenon lights, and a potentially unique color combo (jarama beige exterior w/ black leather interior). Any thoughts/insights? Thanks!
  • Is this a leftover new vehicle, or used? If new, you can't beat that price.

    Bi-xenon's would be nice, but for me personally, the vehicle provides better value the fewer options it has.

    I see some 6 cylinder Cayennes with all kinds of equipments on it that pushes the sticker to well over $50K. To me, the only must-have option is the 8 cylinder Porsche engine.
  • billyg2billyg2 Posts: 30
    few posts here as of late so i figured
    i'd chime in. couldn't agree more on the
    8 vs the 6. we drove a 6 for a weekend
    then opted & ordered the 06 S & man what
    a difference. 2000 plus so far & very happy.
  • psu1983psu1983 Posts: 24
    Racer...

    Thanks for your feedback. It is a new, leftover 2005 vehicle. Does appear to be a great deal. I've since come across another solid deal...a 2005 crystal silver w/ black interior, with a nice list of options (dark burr wood package, heated seats, bi-xenons, moonroof) which stickers for $62.7, which I can get into for under $52k. Will buy one of them tomorrow.
  • tenzotenzo Posts: 24
    Base 42200.00 (blk/blk)
    Tiptronic S 3000.00
    Bi-xenon w/washers 1240.00
    Front real floor mats 130.00
    Wheel hub covers 185.00
    Moonroof 1150.00
    Front seat htr incl. string wheel 560.00
    Auto climatic control 550.00
    Destination charge 815.00
    Total 49,830.00

    Invoice $43,380.00(base on Edmunds)

    Is this a good deal??
  • Hi - I plan to buy a Cay S around May or June this year. I read 2007 Cay S has a face lift etc. Any suggestions on negotiation or strategy? I am in San Diego, California. I have been following discussions on this forum since May 2005. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
  • I was originally going to wait until the Spring as well to buy an '06, but then I started seeing what kind of deals could be had on leftover '05's. I purchased my new '05 S last weekend, which stickered for just under $63k and got it for $51k.
  • I was doing a little math to figure out why it is so much harder to afford a Porsche up here in Canada than in the US, and take a look at this:

    The current Exchange rate of CA to US is 1.1206 - Just looking at the MSRP's from the porsche.com and porsche.ca web sites for the Cayennes leaves me distraught... am I being ripped off??
    The third column is the "Should be MSRP with current exchange", fourth column is the Difference, in CA$.

    US MSRP CA MSRP S/B MSRP Diff.
    Cayenne 42200 60100 47289.32 12810.68
    Cayenne S 57200 80100 64098.32 16001.68
    Cayenne Turbo 90200 126900 101078.12 25821.88
    Cayenne Turbo S 111600 157000 125058.96 31941.04

    Exchange Rate 1.1206
    CA buys US

    With decent options(but no air suspension), a Cayenne v6 up here costs minimum $70K CA... So on the base MSRP, the dealership is pocketing close to CA $13k($16k for S, $26k for the Turbo, and $32k for the Turbo S!!) - for what??? :confuse: If I can go the the states and get a % off of the US MSRP, what's the point of even buying one up here??

    I really don't want to be buying a v6 Cayenne for MORE than what someone in the US would pay for a Cayenne S.

    :(
    /DA
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