Originally Posted by M3 vert
Can you please elaborate on that statement?
I just showed you what the cars in the US are going for and I am actually asking lower price then a sample of cars I priced for you from autotrader.com as suggested.
Maybe towards the end of the year dealers gave incentives but now they are no longer there on 2009 or 2010 models. This is because no dealer is stocking M cars as much as they did in fiscal 2008.
So those savings were for a select few people who bought leftover clearance stock and thats the end of that little story.
Please tell me if any dealer is giving $22K off at this very moment anywhere in Canada on a 2009 M3 E93!
I will buy that vehicle right now just to prove a point!
obviously not on a 2009. on 2008's just like your car. when i was shopping thats what i was offered. why would i compare a brand new 2009 to a used 2008, the incentives dont exist on the 09's, only on the few leftover 08's/