Originally Posted by rfalls
I wouldn't pay the extra $1500 on top of the $200 over invoice. If you shop around you should be able to find a dealer who will give you the invoice pricing (e.g., bmwsonline.com).
I always love this. So I understand, the supposed invoice is $67,315, and the dealer is offering $69,145, a difference of $1,830, which is 3% over invoice. The OP makes it clear that the "difference" includes the cost of prep, floor mats, and "profit." My position on this is quite clear - if you are in the market for a $70k car, and you now want to argue over $1,830, you really aren't in the market for a $70k car.
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