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Volvo XC90 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Sounds reasonable. Here in NJ we obtained a similar xc90, though it also has BLIS and no DVD player. for 590/mo 24 mo, 12k mi. Up front consisted of approx $1,600. NJ has a high registration fee and gas guzzler fee so that made up quite a bit of the up front costs. Then again, we did not post a security deposit.
  • Thank you. Appreciate the response.
  • 2008 Volvo XC90 3.2 FWD
    Premium and Versatility Packages
    Elegance Styling Package (Bumper Bars, Running Boards, Running Board Steps, Cross Bars for Roof Rails, Front and Back Mudflaps)
    $36,500 - Ordered overseas from U.S. Military Sales during their '07 Summer Promotion ($999 for Premium Package plus $1,000 discount).

    Can't afford too many "blings" because of my small budget. Just want all the safety features of a Volvo. Good luck to all...
  • Northpoint Volvo, Alpharetta Ga
  • Seriously considering purchasing a volvo xc90. It feels a bit heavy, but I love the luxury feel of the car as well as the safety features...
    I've never driven a volvo before.

    I have found a 2008 XC90 with the following options:

    MSRP $42,770
    Invoice $39,819

    Given a quote of $36,174
    Includes: 3.2 4 dr SUV (3.2L 6cyl 6A)
    Premium Package
    Dual Screen Rear Seat Entertainment System
    Blind Spot Information System
    Wood Steering Wheel
    Black Exterior
    Tan leather interior
    Sirius Satellite Radio
    Rubber Mats
    Also comes with moonroof

    I've never bought a car on my own before. Does $36,174 sound like a good deal?

    Also -- how much money should I put down?
  • towncar1, over $6.5K below MSRP is an outstanding deal! I'm not a financial expert, so I don't know how much money should you put down :confuse:
  • Sorry, towncar1. The reply was for jules81480. :blush:
  • fantomfantom Posts: 211
    If you are really getting the SUV for $3,645 BELOW invoice, put down whatever they want. Somehow I suspect there may be some slight of hand lease math going on, or you're being low balled.

    We need more details.
  • We have a $38,500 quote from a dealer for a 2008 3.2 A XC90 with Convenience, Premium, and Versatility Packages along with wood steering wheel.

    The vehicle is a "model" driven by one of the sales agents. The vehicle has 1,500 miles. Anyone know if this is a good deal? MSRP is $44K, Invoice is $41K.

    Vehicle is located in Austin, Texas
  • i will be in austin this weekend. last time i checked there is only one volvo dealership in austin.
    would you mind sending me some more information about this deal? sounds too good to be true!
    thanks..

    -julie
  • I had a typo in my original message. The quote is $38,500 not $28,500. Is this a good deal?
  • you were about to give me a heart attack...i've been looking for the best possible deal on this car...
    i got quoted $36,200 (that's without the TTL)..which is probably another 2500....so, it sounds like the same quote....
    i didn't see your original post...are you looking for the 5 or 7 passenger?

    -julie
  • Sorry. I reposted right away, but you were too quick. It is the 7 passenger version. $38,500 is before TT&L. What options did you have on the vehicle you were quoted $36,200? 5 or 7 passenger?
  • i was quoted for the 5 passenger -- yeah -- i know that there is about a $2K difference between the 5 & 7 passenger. i don't have any kids, so i don't have any need for a third row. i would rather have the extra trunk space.

    i'm assuming you've contacted roger beasely in austin?
  • Just read your original post. I think you are getting a very good price. With the $3,000 dealer incentive, you are only a few hundred dollars over their net cost. What City are you buying in?
  • more than likely austin. it just depends on where i can get the best deal. i think i'm gonna go ahead and get it this weekend.
    i am a little nervous though -- this will be my first car to buy on my own...eek!
    and you? what city are you looking at?
  • i'm in austin, but we have family in houston so we may look there, too. looks like you are getting a good deal. don't sweat it. life is too short. enjoy your new car.
  • haha..thanks....good luck to you!
  • Mine was $2k Cheaper with 2005 S60 trade, and two sets of tires during vehicle ownership.. Also your offer is for a demo so your warranty has really started and dealer invoice is reduced daily on a demo. Another dealer offered a better deal by $800 after I closed the deal. They can offer you a better. Will They is ?.
  • Costco members should make sure they read that link above. It's invoice minus 1K minus the current 2K lease cash. So 3k under invoice for being a Costco member seems like a pretty good thing. Add the $500 Costco gift card and you've got one heckuva deal.

    Deal on table:
    XC90 3.2 AWD
    Metallic
    Climate
    Premium

    MSRP 42950
    INVOICE 39973
    SELL 36973 (invoice-1K-2K)
    895 aquisition
    .00078
    10.5K miles
    65% residual
    24 months

    Thoughts? I know what mine are...just waiting for spousal approval. :)
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,047
    What is the lease term and payment?

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Edited message above to add term.

    Payment (of course) depends on any down payment. For example, if I run the numbers in my state (6%) with $1200 down plus tags and title results in a $399 and change payment.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,047
    $450/mo. for 24 months seems like a pretty good deal...

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Thanks, zamo. I've been shopping the Acura MDX and I have never before considered buying a Volvo but with these discounts ($3,000 factory to dealer + $1,000 Costco + $500 Costco cash card) I may have to consider. I see the Costco deal is based on "employee pricing". Any idea how this compares to msrp or invoice?
  • jwillmann, that price doesn't sound good to me. If the invoice is $41K and there is a $3K incentive your starting point should be $38K, and since it's a demo I wouldn't pay that much. Great price if "new" and low mileage.
  • From what I am working with the Volvo dealer here, employee pricing is invoice. I found a post somewhere else that indicated that employee pricing was invoice + $400 but I'm not saying anything. Invoice on a Volvo is a good place to start. Then the 1K Costco discount plus the 2K lease cash and that's a real nice place to be without having to negotiate much.

    Edited to add my wondering how sweet it would be if employee pricing was actually below invoice like GM, Ford, and Chrysler. Hmmm..... Anyone?

    I was able to find the current x-price sheet for the XC90. MSRP is 36,210 as we know, the x-pricing is $34,754. From other googled info it looks like x-pricing is 4% over employee pricing. That would make the employee price $33,418 if any of this is correct. If invoice is $34,073 then employee pricing is indeed lower than invoice by a bit.

    Yes, I know...I tend to be overanalytical.
  • Can someone confirm or clarify the $895 aquisition fee for the current 24 month leasing? I can't seem to find confirmation of what my dealer is telling me.
  • Has anyone actually made this happen? Can you really by going through costco get the xc90 for $4000 ($3000 incentive + $1000 costco) under invoice? Would dealer promotions like free rear entertainment dvd still apply? Thanks.
  • Buying 3.2 AWD,Climate,Premium for the Mrs XMAS gift. Costco deal works out with current incentive is $3K from Volvo + $1K Costco + Employee Pricing + Free Volvo dual headrest DVD. This about as good a deal as it gets and $500 back from Costco. Volvo SUV at Honda Pilot prices. I will have to verify additional rebate that may count toward annual check you get back on the Executive Membership. I am talking to Costco Rep in the morning and dealership in the afternoon
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