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Hi everyone, I just picked up a new 2005 Red/Red A4 this morning. I've been lurking here for a while and thought that since I'm now an owner, I might as well join up. I traded in my Jeep Liberty and I can't believe how much nicer the GTO is! I've got today off from work and a full tank of gas to burn, so I'll be back later. :party:
 

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dealnut, I was wondering, did any new incentives come out today? The difference between what they were asking on Saturday (when I test drove it) and what I paid today seems rather large. The payments went up by about ten dollars, but the term dropped from 72 months to 60, for a difference of over $7000. The only thing I can figure is that the guy who worked up the numbers on Saturday made some sort of mistake. Of course, after driving this car for an extended period today, I think even the higher price would have been worth it.
 

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Joey_T said:
dealnut, I was wondering, did any new incentives come out today? The difference between what they were asking on Saturday (when I test drove it) and what I paid today seems rather large. The payments went up by about ten dollars, but the term dropped from 72 months to 60, for a difference of over $7000. The only thing I can figure is that the guy who worked up the numbers on Saturday made some sort of mistake. Of course, after driving this car for an extended period today, I think even the higher price would have been worth it.
There is a $2500 rebate on the 05's. Check your paperwork and make sure they gave you the extra $500. If they didn't then I am positive they will take care of you. They CANNOT hide Rebates under any circumstances.


Tell me what you paid and I will let you know if they gave everything.
 

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My paperwork shows $3500 in rebates, which I believe includes the $1000 from my GM card. The total amount financed is about $32,500, which included paying off my Liberty. I had just bought back it in September, so I owed several thousand more than it was worth. I worked some numbers and I'm guessing they forgot to factor in any rebates on Saturday and they were probably figuring around 8% interest (today they got me 5.5%). It looks like I paid a little over $29,000, if my trade and GM card weren't factored in, so I think I did alright.
 
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