How much did you pay for your Type R?

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  1. Under MSRP -- Lucky me!!!

    8.5%
  2. MSRP -- Woohoo!!

    39.9%
  3. MSRP + shipping (out of state deal) + jumping through hoops of fire.

    8.1%
  4. MSRP + up to $5k ADM

    31.4%
  5. MSRP + up to $10k ADM

    1.8%
  6. MSRP + up to $20k ADM

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. MSRP + $30k plus ADM

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. I'm waiting for things to cool down

    10.2%
  1. randomwalk101

    randomwalk101 Member

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    How much did you paid? I'm sure a lot of us are curious as so many dealers are ADM way over. Some even ADM $30k.
    Just vote if you want to be anonymous ...
     
  2. remc86007

    remc86007 Senior Member

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    It might be more interesting to have more granular amounts between MSRP and $5k as I'd imagine that's where the majority of recent sales end up.
     
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  3. SBD47

    SBD47 Senior Member

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    MSRP
     
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  4. Detailmylifeaway

    Detailmylifeaway Senior Member

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    MSRP !! Lucky me :)
     
  5. uhhhson

    uhhhson Senior Member

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    I paid 39k and i feel that the car's worth that. the competition sells for the 40k range and I like the type r more than the sti, foucs rs or golf R. I contacted 15-20 dealers and none of them would budge off 40k
     
  6. 00057

    00057 Senior Member

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    I got full tax credits because of my trade was worth twice as much but R-00057 was basically MSRP + $3500 ADM
    No regrets...I got R-00057; it's Championship White; I am happy
     
  7. sushi

    sushi Senior Member

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    Purchased used from a dealer and paid a bit over new car cost. Still happy with the deal. I drove it prior to purchase and was impressed enough to do the deal.
     
  8. Detailmylifeaway

    Detailmylifeaway Senior Member

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    The lady that sold me my Type r had basically no clue how hot the car was gunna be. So to her it was like selling a Honda Pilot. They where happy that I was willing to pay msrp & not a dime more.. and roughly 35k in cash will really get the dealers moving around that place lol
     
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  9. bobafettm

    bobafettm Senior Member

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    Cash to a dealer doesn’t matter. Truly... they rather finance to have the extra claims for the business.

    Either way amazing snag!! :)
     
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  10. jpanda

    jpanda Panda King

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    MSRP + shipping direct to my door.
     
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  11. bobafettm

    bobafettm Senior Member

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    I’ve bought 4 vehicles (including 35th Z & Exige) by cash (brand new vehicles) and 2 cars by finance. Zero difference and if anything I received a better deal on both finances due to the dealer giving incentives to finance through them.

    Why would a dealer give the person paying in cash more acknowledgment when they will make less money on the vehicle than the financed vehicle lol...
     
  12. Zeffy94

    Zeffy94 Senior Member

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    I paid MSRP and taxes plus costs associated with accessories that I myself chose to purchase (was not obligated to by the dealer).
     
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  13. Mick the Quick

    Mick the Quick Senior Member

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    OK, to be fair, this poll might be misleading in that:

    1. If you fly or drive 1,500 miles to buy a CTR in North Dakota, then you are indirectly paying an ADM-equivalent by way of an airfare, cab/Uber, lodging, meals, tolls, depreciation (especially with tires with 10,000 mile tread life!), value of vacation/leisure/family time, so on. If you simply transport the car, that could be nearly $1,000, if not more.

    2. If your dealer required you to buy their $3,000 package of tint, pinstripes, alarm, CarJack, mats, and my all time fave, nitro, then you really paid an ADM-equivalent of, say, $2,000. Whether you bought OEM or non-factory accessories and add-ons, if you got something you wouldn't have purchased on your own and/or paid more than the dealer's regular price, then you paid an ADM-equivalent. Ditto for car warranty and tire/wheel warranty at inflated prices (e.g., $3,000 for a 6 year bumper-to-bumper warranty).

    Clearly, many folks have bought a CTR at MSRP at their semi-local dealer with no add-ons. But there are also tons who incurred the hidden charges or expenses (indirect or actual out-of-pocket), but never realize it.

    Just sayin'
     
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  14. bobafettm

    bobafettm Senior Member

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    Exactly. I know I'm paying ADM but the dealership is less than 15 miles from my garage. That alone made the slight adjustment over MSRP worth it to me. Especially for someone anal about putting a clear bra on immediately.
     
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  15. childishthing

    childishthing Senior Member

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    Bump! I need to see some hope as I'm looking for mine.
     
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