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Dodge Magnum Prices Paid and Buying Experience

kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 27,692
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  • $32,500 on 23 December 2005 at Tysons Dodge/Jeep, Vienna VA, (703) 790-0900, through Al Willis

    Sticker Base Price: $30,135
    standard equipment

    Optional equipment
    1. Inferno red crystal pearl coat paint $225
    2. Customer Preferred Package 29N
    3. Electronics Convenience Group $630
    4. Convenience Group II $1,130
    5. Power sunroof $950
    6. 6CD/Full Map GPS Display Nav Radio Navigation System with GPS $1,895
    7. SIRIUS Satellite Digital Radio $195
    8UConnect Hands-Free Communication Auto-dimming Rearview Mirror $360

    Destination Charge $675

    Sticker Total Price = $36,195

    Stunningly elegant vehicle, especially in the Inferno red version.

    One slight problem: afraid to drive it anywhere for fear of scratching it. (This, too, shall pass.)
  • Is a 10% discount off sticker all that unusual? I figured it was about standard, particularly since invoice price is usually in the same ballpark. Definitely not attributable to my good looks.
  • gboomergboomer Posts: 6
    Bought my 2006 SXT RWD 3.5L today. Tate Dodge - Annapolis Maryland
    Base Price $22,680
    Customer Preferred Pckg 27G $2,890
    3.5L V6 Engine $1,100
    Sirrius Satellite Radio $195
    Destination Charge $675
    Total MSRP $27,540

    I paid $25,051
    price includes $1000 Chrysler Financial Bonus Cash
    Does not include tax, tags, title
  • coolridercoolrider Posts: 84
    I think mine has about every option (less AWD) that could be installed. It is great to drive. MPG's well we will see when I have to get more miles on the vehicle in town. :) My MSRP was north of 38000. The dealer had about 8 of the same color all fairly loaded. I knew that it would be a good time for a deal, last of the month too doesn't hurt either. Armed with the costs I was able to get about 11% plus some goodies for my Jeep. Let see if I can remember the options.
  • 2005rtmag2005rtmag Posts: 7
    July 5, 2006, I bought a new leftover 2005 Magnum RT stickered at $31,420. I paid $22,249 out the door (out of state) and then another $690 for sales tax and registration in my home state. It did have 1,445 miles on it, but had not been titled.
  • My local dealership has 3 2005 leftovers on the lot. They have 2 R/T models which are exactly the same. The sticker is $33,690. What kind of deal do you think I should be able to get on these?
  • goofytimlgoofytiml Posts: 41
    In early Feb., on a Saturday I heard from another LX forum that Woodhouse Dodge, Blair, NE advertised about a dozen Bright Silver Magnum SRT8s with Option Group 1 only, stickered for $39,080 and they were offering for $28,840. Sent them an internet contact on Sunday. Salesman called me on Monday morning (WV). By Mon. afternoon I had them delivering my MSRT8 by private trailer. It arrived on Thurs. morning (like the Schwan man). MSRT8 came off, my trade (a '05 300C, minimally optioned) went on the trailer in it's place, and the driver hauled it back to NE. BTW, they gave me my price for the trade and delivery was only $900. Who could say no?!

    Here's a couple pics. Then...

    And now... after adding electronic rearview mirror, U-Connect, MoPar rear parking sensors (all the things the orig. consignment car didn't have), plus tint, pin striping and some additional badges and interior appointments... I'm still way ahead of the cost game.




  • sj2000sj2000 Posts: 8
    Wow, that's the best deal I have ever seen, and you just paid $900 for transportation?, that's like a double bonus. Could you please share the contact person's name, thanks.
  • goofytimlgoofytiml Posts: 41
    I "think" it may be against forum rules to post salesmen's names, so I'll refrain. But you can access the website, check out their inventory and make an internet contact. One of their many sales staff would follow-up in rather short order.

    As I understand it my vehicle was one of 11 or 12, and a one-time consignment-type opportunity to the dealership. Although I heard that Performance Dodge of Lincoln, NE had a short-term sale in the weeks after that (back in Feb.) in which they were making similar discounts on either left-over '06 Charger and Magnum SRTs. Don't know that there are any deals like that out there anywhere at the moment.

    But just like the situation changed for me... it can come quite unexpectedly... and you just have to be ready to pounce on it.
  • awesome deal! should be plenty of great deals on srt8 now that the 08 is coming up with more badazz upgrades. new onex have functional hood scoop, check this site out for more photos.
  • goofytimlgoofytiml Posts: 41
    Can't say I'm a fan on the new grill design, cutting back on the larger openings above the bumper, and I definitely don't like the high pig-tail antenna! Do love the projection headlamps however... giving it more of the Charger-type look though.
  • If only the SRT8 came with AWD. Until then I'll stick with my R/T AWD.
  • I think the new '08 Magnum grill looks too much like the Caliper, or Mini-Mag as I call them. And the new antena looks like a throw back to the old analog cell phone era. I think it's just to get away from the problems some/many had with AM/FM radio reception with the rear glass imbedded antena (perhaps more related to tinting options). I've never had those issues, but I'm not a fan of the pokey pig tail.
  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 17,150
    Actually, its the Caliber. And considering the Caliber was styled after the Magnum originally, it is the other way around.

    '13 Stang GT; '86 Benz 300E; '98 Volvo S70; '12 Leaf; '14 Town&Country

  • I knew that! Just didn't realize the typo there.
  • hi i am looking at a new 06 magnum awd rt with everything in it.any help would be great.the car is 2 years old and 08s are coming in. :)
  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 17,150
    what kind of help are you looking for? I assume pricing? It is really really tough to price something like that. I mean, I would say price a used one and subtract for miles.

    All I can tell you is that I recently saw one just like you describe but with 5k miles advertised for $21,995. Even if we assume paying full asking price on that one, and we allow for 20 cents per mile, then I would say one with zero miles should be around $23k.

    '13 Stang GT; '86 Benz 300E; '98 Volvo S70; '12 Leaf; '14 Town&Country

  • price is 40k they said 32 they want me to come in. you know how that goes.they will not give solid prices on the far sould i push them on price 23 sounds good to me but i can buy a new o8 rtawd for about 32.i know the longer that car sits the less it is you think they would take 23 for it.everyday that car sits they lose. on it any help would be great.thanks ps what kind of problems should i worry about on a car that has sat for 2 years thanks again. :)
  • qbrozenqbrozen Posts: 17,150
    The only concerns with a car sitting for 2 years are the fluids. If there was gas sitting in there, it is in bad shape by now. And the oil may not look bad, but it should be changed, too.

    Well, it can't hurt to make an offer. The worst they can do is say no.

    '13 Stang GT; '86 Benz 300E; '98 Volvo S70; '12 Leaf; '14 Town&Country

  • I have only this to say, I paid a lot for my RT, much more than most admit to, with all the goodies, extended six year warranty, tire and wheel damage warranty for six years (replacement as long as there are wear bars, up to $5000). But the true mark of how much you like your car is even if you did not get a great deal or what, you still love it many many miles later. So I can say that the large sum paid was well worth it, and I'd do it again. Not many RTs out there with Cold Air Hood Scoops and Candy Pearl Red. Yup a keeper!!!
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