Originally Posted by Ectopic
The dealership is currently running a promotional offer for new/arriving f10 models, pay onroads plus 50% of the remaining figure now, then pay the remaining 50% in 2 yrs, interest free. I figure they are offering this because;
1. Cars aren't moving off the lot due to recent sharemarket/economic uncertainty.
2. They are making way for 2012 model changes (new stop/start, 2.0turbo 528i)
So is it realistic to aim for 15% off their drive away price in additional to their finance offer? Keeping in mind that WA stamp duty is 6.5% (rather than 4%)?
Worst case scenario they say no to 15% and you settle on 10%