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Old 12-21-2013, 01:40 AM   #15
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So essentially buying a CPO is better than buying a new then? Since CPO comes with 5/54,000 and brand new comes with 3/36,000
If you happen to get a clean newer low-mileage one, yes.

The 5/54 is for the particular car you're looking at. 2/24 + 3/36 - 6k miles.
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Old 12-26-2013, 05:31 AM   #16
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Old 12-26-2013, 08:43 AM   #17
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not a bad deal at all. i dont know what everyone here is talking about.. DE's average msrp is 31,860. that deal is $7160 off new price, for barely any miles. considering the normal discount is $4000 for a new one, you're saving an additional $3160 to deal with only 6000 miles. you would take a bigger hit than that the second you drive a brand new one off the curb. it's a great deal. not quite as good as my deal, but close. i also bought a used 2013 Drivers Edition. I think my price was like the exact same, $24,700 or something. But mine only had 2,300 miles or so. I think $24k before tax is a crazy deal for that one.

wait.. i paid less than i thought.. found my quote

"mine was different. used. had 2,200 miles. i paid $24,200 after tax"
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Old 12-26-2013, 09:05 AM   #18
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not a bad deal at all. i dont know what everyone here is talking about.. DE's average msrp is 31,860. that deal is $7160 off new price, for barely any miles. considering the normal discount is $4000 for a new one, you're saving an additional $3160 to deal with only 6000 miles. you would take a bigger hit than that the second you drive a brand new one off the curb. it's a great deal. not quite as good as my deal, but close. i also bought a used 2013 Drivers Edition. I think my price was like the exact same, $24,700 or something. But mine only had 2,300 miles or so. I think $24k before tax is a crazy deal for that one.

wait.. i paid less than i thought.. found my quote

"mine was different. used. had 2,200 miles. i paid $24,200 after tax"

Yeah, yours was quite better deal IMO. I would jump on that right away. 6k might not sound much but this is a GTI we're taking about and those things are meant to be driven hard so who knows what "kind" of 6lk miles are on there. I know I would have warranty, but less miles, the better odds you will get of not getting a of of those racer toys.

He did not go for the $24,700 out to door as I expected he wouldn't.

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Old 12-26-2013, 09:11 AM   #19
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i dont know what i meant by that old quote.. that price def wasnt including tax.. i found my actual email.. this was the bottom line price i paid, before any tax or fees:

$24219 on 2013 DE gti with 2300 miles
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i dont know what i meant by that old quote.. that price def wasnt including tax.. i found my actual email.. this was the bottom line price i paid, before any tax or fees:

$24219 on 2013 DE gti with 2300 miles
Yeah that's what I assumed and i still stand by my statement that it is a much better deal than mine
If my dealer went for 24,700 out to door, it would be pretty close and I would probably jump on it, but If I had to pick between yours and mine, I would still go for yours because of the low mileage.
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