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2015.5 T6 Drive-E

gregoire1012gregoire1012 Posts: 18
edited August 2015 in Volvo
I am looking at a new T6 FWD, a hard find here in the northwest. MSRP is $45,375 and invoice is $43,118. The car has been on the lot for 10 months. Any ideas of a good selling price for the XC60? Thanks in advance

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  • steverstever Posts: 52,462
    edited August 2015
    TMV is coming in $400 below invoice for the FWD model I checked. TMV is an average and it sounds like you have a bit of an unloved bird in the bush there. I think I'd try $2,000 under invoice and work my way up. You may want to let the dealer make the first offer and let them stew a while before countering - should be some sales pressure over Labor Day too that may help you if you can wait and think the car won't be snapped up before then.

    Here's our make/model link
    or you can use the Make | Model dropdown tabs up top to get TMV and the other numbers. I'm confused about what model you are looking at and whether it's one of the "June 14th" production end ones or not.

    (I plugged in a zip code for Seattle btw. Didn't check Portland or any smaller towns out your way.)
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