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Curious what you guys think about this price for Daytona.

MSRP = $36315 :mad:

Invoice = $33547 :happy:

Offer = $34677 :confused:

thats 1130 over invoice, I know area has alot to do with it, but I live within 75 miles of every dealer in the greater Detroit area, and around here, finding a daytona available on a lot is not all that hard. So keep that mind.

So what do you fellas think ?
 

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I can appreciate the way you ordered yours. Seems all the ones around here are loaded. This is the cheapest one, they seem to come in two flavors around here. This one that has everything save the Nav system, and the 37k+ MSRP one, that has everything.
 

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mine will be the 37+ i got everything but Engine Block Heater and Protection Group
 

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Got my Daytona for $100. over invoice. Chicago area here. Check out www.gregorydodge.com They are offering ALL chargers (including SRT) at $100. over factory invoice. I didn't buy from them, but told my local dealer that I was going to if he didn't match the price. Needless to say he did.
 

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I paid $500 over invoice for mine.
 

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shoktru said:
Curious what you guys think about this price for Daytona.

MSRP = $36315 :mad:

Invoice = $33547 :happy:

Offer = $34677 :confused:

thats 1130 over invoice, I know area has alot to do with it, but I live within 75 miles of every dealer in the greater Detroit area, and around here, finding a daytona available on a lot is not all that hard. So keep that mind.

So what do you fellas think ?
Alright, another local guy! I picked up my R/T from Golling in Bloomfield Hills. Give Matt over there a call. We ended up settling on $500 over invoice, then the $500 rebate got me back to invoice price. The whole dealership there did a great job for me. I drive by daily and haven't noticed a Daytona on the lot, but if they can work a deal, they'll play the trade game with another dealer for you. FWIW, they're one of the highest volume dealers in the country so their trading ability is pretty darn good.
 

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In So Cal nothing is going for under MSRP yet, so I think thats a decent deal. Even at the end of last month, when Cerritos was trying to meet their monthly numbers, they werent offering any deals to the public (they did offer employee pricing on the Chargers, but only to employees, go figure). I must have talked to 15 dealers looking for a deal before I bought, and none of them thought that there would be any wheeling and dealing anytime soon, at least in this area.

Funny thing is, they arent flying off the lots. I bought mine Saturday, during the holiday weekend, and there was basicly nobody on the lot looking to buy Dodges. The Ford dealership across the street had just gotten in a huge load of Mustangs, had literally dozens of people looking at just those, and they were still willing to deal a little bit. One of the senior sales members there told me they sold 30+ units just this weekend, and just on that one lot, and its not even the top Ford dealership in So Cal...Cerritos Dodge (I think the top Dodge seller in the region) probably sold 3 or 4 Chargers, and none of them for under MSRP?

They need to let go of their stranglehold on buyers in So Cal, thats for sure. There are plenty of options for buyers besides the Charger, including the Mustang (for the more hotrod inclined), 300s (which are giving good deals, and again have tons of options/packages to choose from), and Magnums. Thats just to name a few models that are competing with the Charger.

I am glad to hear that other regions are getting under MSRP, thats good sign. I figure the more deals they give, the more units they will sell, and the faster cool stuff will get to the market place. I was getting worried, I havent seen another Charger on the road or in a parking lot yet, except for one Enterprise rental at work. I love this car, but it simply wont sell well without incentives, not with the other options people have. The price of gas doesnt help either, not for this guzzler.
 

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elcapitan87 said:
Alright, another local guy! I picked up my R/T from Golling in Bloomfield Hills. Give Matt over there a call. We ended up settling on $500 over invoice, then the $500 rebate got me back to invoice price. The whole dealership there did a great job for me. I drive by daily and haven't noticed a Daytona on the lot, but if they can work a deal, they'll play the trade game with another dealer for you. FWIW, they're one of the highest volume dealers in the country so their trading ability is pretty darn good.
Thanks Cap'n ... definitely going to check them out. Don't really fancy Daytonas, but I do like the Performance upgrade package seats etc, and they definitely have it. Alot of RTs around but few with that option, most are "Pimp my Ride" ones that have 1000's in Best Buy imitation gizmos but no car guy luv.
 

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These cars are in high damand here, I had a tough time getting it at MSRP, I also got the 500 dollar rebate. Mine had the sunroof and the sound group II, and sirrus radio. The Nav group wasn't worth it to me. Another dealer wouldn't even deal, they wanted 3000.00 above MSRP. I said no way.

I bought mine for 34,175.00 :) not counting the rebate
 

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WARNING: Stay away from Doug's Lynnwood Dodge, Lynnwood, WA

Back in July my saleswoman said she would charge me Invoice+370 for one of the Daytonas on order. I have it in an email.

Today, 7 weeks later, the car is in a rail yard in Kent, one week away from delivery.

So I walked into the dealer to sign the paperwork. The Sales Manager says, "uh, we have a problem. My salesperson was supposed to quote you MSRP+370, not Invoice+370.

Naturally I demanded the price I was expecting but he refused to sell it to me at that price. He said that he could easily get 5K more for it. I showed him the email, again, with the price I was quoted, and insisted that he honor the price.

He refused, saying that his salesman made a mistake and that he is not obligated to sell the car to me at any price. I started to walk. Finally, he got me to sit down and agree to pay $500 over what I was quoted. So, I ended up paying Invoice+870.
 

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Well there are plenty of dodge dealerships in the area that will work with ya on that price range (many can be gotten for close to invoice, just gotta know where to go)
Golling is good (his new dealership rocks)
Bruce Campbell is also good on telegraph
and there's always Northwestern on 8mile (which i work at as the "computer guy")
there's also Oakland dodge
Tamaroff
there's more of course but those are the ones off the top of my head and i've met all the dealers personally of those dealerships and they all tend to be nice people.
So give anyone of those a shot
 

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I Pulled Up Every Daytona In So Calif And There All Built The Same Way. The Msrp Is 37880
 

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What's this about a rebate?? I didn't get a $500 rebate with my Daytona. I paid $1200 over invoice (they're all selling for up to $5000 over MSRP here.)
 

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You get a $500 rebate if you finance it through Chrysler Credit.

I got my Daytona for $1000 over invoice, before the rebate.
 

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shoktru said:
Curious what you guys think about this price for Daytona.

MSRP = $36315 :mad:

Invoice = $33547 :happy:

Offer = $34677 :confused:

thats 1130 over invoice, I know area has alot to do with it, but I live within 75 miles of every dealer in the greater Detroit area, and around here, finding a daytona available on a lot is not all that hard. So keep that mind.

So what do you fellas think ?
If you are happy with the price then who cares what everyone else thinks?
 

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If you are happy with the price then who cares what everyone else thinks?
I am not happy with the price, just being realistic, and accepting that fact that car crazies (you know who you are) drive up prices at these moments of limited release of first run years. Just curious to see if he high balled me, or what not, cause this is the second time Ive inquired and this is the closest dealer to me.

Me I dont care what number it says on a .29 cent plastic piece, nor do I burn for orange + stickers. It is distinctive and I like that aspect, and its alot smarter design than putting a spoiler on the charger instead of their truck (which I also looked into).

Steven, the Dodge Charger Daytona has a MSRP of $36315.00 and a Saint Clair Chrysler

special price of $34677.00 plus tax, title, and plate. Please stop in and check it out.

Thank you,

Dale W. Driscoll

Sales Dept.

Saint Clair Chrysler
 

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I didn't order a Daytona, mine's a R/T with R/T. I got about the same deal on my car as shoktru got. Most of the dealers in the Washington D.C metro area are asking MSRP + $1500 on R/T 's , MSRP + $2000 to $3000 on Daytonas and MSRP plus $5000 min on SRT8's.

The owner of my dealer has 4 Dodge,Chrysler,Jeep stores so he believes volume makes more profit in the long run. Mr Tate also ownes a Chevy store and a BMW store. My sales manager in the Annapolis store said he DX's cars with ADM stickers all the time and sells them for less than MSRP. He did say he's not going to move off of MSRP + $5000 on the Charger SRT8 because he has been told he's only allocated 1 for his store and only 1 more for another store because Chrysler gave the organization more than their allocation of 300 SRT8's (The Annapoils store had 3 300's plus ones at the other stores)
 
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