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      09-25-2009, 12:45 AM   #1
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Am I doing something wrong?

Dealer's asking price for 21,xxx mileage 2007 335i Sedan was $33,991
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Our final offer was asking price ($33,991) out the door, sales manager still said no and had the nerve to write us a note that basically said "nice try." Is 34k out the door not realistic?

This was at Stevens Creek BMW btw. What am I doing wrong?
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      09-25-2009, 01:20 AM   #2
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NICE TRY???
Wow, what a douche bag.

Similar experience.
07 328i CPO loaded, dealer price 30k
Offered $28k then walked out. Got two calls asking "did you change your mind?"
Didn't even give me a counteroffer at $29k or even $29.5k!!!

The CPO situation is ridiculous. These cars are not selling and they are not willing to budge on prices. I go to multiple dealers around 5-6 PM on weekdays and often find myself as the ONLY customer there.

Another experience. Similar CPO but it was a smoker's car and had a bunch scratches inside and out. They would not budge on the price when I was at the dealer and boom they lowered $2k two days after and the car got sold the next day. Seeing and driving the car, I still did not want the car at $2k less.
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I love CPO but the price is steep. If i wanted to sell my car today, i would have lost nearly half of what we paid.
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      09-26-2009, 02:21 PM   #4
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Dealer's asking price for 21,xxx mileage 2007 335i Sedan was $33,991
-Nav
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-Steptronic Auto
-Logic7
Do you guys think 35k OTD would be fair? KBB says $35,685...
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