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      04-03-2008, 04:53 PM   #23
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ok! The best offer is the dealer in San Rafael(sp?) $1500 off.
Concord - $1000 off - I heard it from my friend that they will charge you $500 for the marketing fee.
Modesto - $500 off
East Bay -MSRP

I deal with internet sales managers only.
Cool man. That is good news. I will keep them in mind should my guy decide not to deal. He has a couple M3's on the lot right now, and has for over a week. Doesn't seem like they are selling as quickly as they suspected.
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      04-03-2008, 07:58 PM   #24
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ok! The best offer is the dealer in San Rafael(sp?) $1500 off.
Concord - $1000 off - I heard it from my friend that they will charge you $500 for the marketing fee.
Modesto - $500 off
East Bay -MSRP

I deal with internet sales managers only.
OK. I just got all 3 dealer's email with pricing. ALL, I mean all three dealers do not offer below MSRP for E92 M3 Coupe even for their Demo. Modesto offer $1000 off for their E90 M3 and it a Demo.
NONE will do below MSRP for ordering Coupe, and NONE has open slot for 2008, ONLY 2009. But for Sedan its different story. But I am not looking for a sedan.

*Note: I am only talking about the dealers he listed above.

Coupe is much higher demand than Sedan, so please do not mix them up and post a thread that says M3 is selling below MSRP or whatever. Its misleading......
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I am interested in Sedan. I don't know if it makes a different. The internet sales managers at SR and Concord knew that I was talking about ordering a new M3 not a demo.

I don't think it's misleading.... The thread's tiltle is " M3 is selling below MSRP". not "M3 coupe is selling below MSRP"

BTW, I talked to them on the phone. Did you? I am trying to help. I am not making it up.
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Forget $15K below MSRP. I'm going to buy mine for one ounce of gold, seeing as money is going to be worthless soon and gold worth $50,000. I bought a bunch of gold and silver five months ago and then gold was going for $795 an ounce. Now it's up over $1,000! A telltale sign of the declining dollar.

It tested the 860-870 support and may test it again. You better hope it holds, if not you'll see your entry price very quick. This is barring any negative geopolitical events obviously.
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any one in SO Cali with UNDER MSRP?
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The dealership that I work for is offering e90, and e92 M3's at a discount. I can get the cars shipped to your location. One m3post member just took delivery in SoCal for a car that he purchased through me. PM me for more details.
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here's the deal, they will never command a premium for this M3 because they are producing as many (or more) than they can sell. it is NOT a limited production vehicle, they will build as many as they can sell
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The dealership that I work for is offering e90, and e92 M3's at a discount. I can get the cars shipped to your location. One m3post member just took delivery in SoCal for a car that he purchased through me. PM me for more details.
That's interesting. After I referred OC Kid to you and then inquired about a discount just for the referral, not because your dealership is doing it, I was told no, twice. You guys wouldn't even give me a discount for referring someone who actually bought a car from you guys. You told me you could sell the cars at MSRP anyway and there was no way you could give me a discount. Not the case now, huh??
You even PM'd me later saying you the IB M3 came in, yet when I asked you if you were ready to offer me a discount, you said no. So, why try to get my business again if you know my terms?
Now, you are offering discounts to everyone on the Internet for no reason at all, regardless of whether they referred a buyer to you. Not good business practice and not a way to build a customer base.
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That's interesting. After I referred OC Kid to you and then inquired about a discount just for the referral, not because your dealership is doing it, I was told no, twice. You guys wouldn't even give me a discount for referring someone who actually bought a car from you guys. You told me you could sell the cars at MSRP anyway and there was no way you could give me a discount. Not the case now, huh??
You even PM'd me later saying you the IB M3 came in, yet when I asked you if you were ready to offer me a discount, you said no. So, why try to get my business again if you know my terms?
Now, you are offering discounts to everyone on the Internet for no reason at all, regardless of whether they referred a buyer to you. Not good business practice and not a way to build a customer base.
M3 market must be going sour?
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