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12-25-2014 11:15 AM
ClayWilliams Im looking at a black vert and coupe at Dallas Park Place Jag--for 103 and 104 respectively and he's offering before TTL at 98 and 99 respectively, $3000 down for lease with 51-52% residual at 1395/1495 per month with 10,000mi/yr limit for 3 yr lease....can I top these deals? Or is this just a matter of which do I want for a Christmas present to myself?
06-22-2014 09:29 PM
buickfunnycar.com I dealt with 4 dealers (one locally who wouldn't budge off of MSRP) and managed to negotiate $2k off of sticker, I was approached by another dealer with an offer of $3500 off but this was after I had made my deal...and he knew that...he was just trying to steal the deal.

I politely thanked him but told him no, I had already made my deal and I feel they will take excellent care of me.
01-27-2014 11:07 PM
UKchap Oh and yes, I'm a General manager for a jaguar Land Rover store, who focuses on the proper and professional approach to assisting people to make informed and intelligent decisions.
01-27-2014 11:05 PM
UKchap
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Originally Posted by blkbeauty View Post
We all know Jaguar doesnt have much in the residual dept. that is why the lease numbers are astronomical for the price of the car. I do extend my sympathy to those that paid more but you did have the benefit of being the first to have it. I remember Mercedes sending out $10,000 discount coupons o the customers that were the first to buy the new SL years ago and he next year the car was reduced in price and all the people that paid top dollar the first year got a coupon for their next Mercedes. Maybe Jaguar will step up if they want to increase their JD Power standings. That is why they hired Hale to the new position to increase their customer satisfaction rating. Drop him an e-mail younever know!
Great comment and yes Duke Hale will make an impact.
01-27-2014 11:03 PM
UKchap
Salespeople

It is terribly sad that there are still idiots in our business that make stupid remarks about values. If I knew what would go up versus what wouldn't I would certainly make myself a multi millionaire on the market, but we all know that is a pipe dream. My advice to anyone buying a car of any type is to do research. There isn't a bad car built in today's global economy. It comes down to how much you want it, how much a dealer wants to sell it and finally common sense. This salesman was obviously very uneducated and extremely misinformed.
11-12-2013 05:05 PM
Jmrscuderia Thank you for the kind words, this is my 1st Jag and really never expected for them to hold the price but I never thought it would happen so fast and while still new in the lot only a few months after there initial release. My only advice to those of us who pay full sticker price for this car is ( REMEMBER for your next Jaguar purchase), my sales person actually told me at 1st that this car was going up in price, now I know that he is full of (BS), but that's typical of any car salesman.
11-11-2013 03:13 PM
blkbeauty We all know Jaguar doesnt have much in the residual dept. that is why the lease numbers are astronomical for the price of the car. I do extend my sympathy to those that paid more but you did have the benefit of being the first to have it. I remember Mercedes sending out $10,000 discount coupons o the customers that were the first to buy the new SL years ago and he next year the car was reduced in price and all the people that paid top dollar the first year got a coupon for their next Mercedes. Maybe Jaguar will step up if they want to increase their JD Power standings. That is why they hired Hale to the new position to increase their customer satisfaction rating. Drop him an e-mail younever know!
11-10-2013 07:53 PM
Jmrscuderia I be very disappointed if dealers are discounting up yo $10.000.00, specially after paying full price a few months ago. I mean no disrespect and congrats to you for getting this great price but for rest of us that paid full sticker price it's harmful to know that your new car has dropped so much in such little time while still in the lot. That doesn't say say much about Jaguars value and it's scary.
11-09-2013 01:16 PM
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I think part of the reason I got the deal I got was the dealer was a brand new Jag dealer and I guess they needed the sales.
you got lucky then, that is a good reason for them wanting to boost sales. being new they need to get sales numbers in.
11-08-2013 12:53 PM
blkbeauty I think part of the reason I got the deal I got was the dealer was a brand new Jag dealer and I guess they needed the sales.
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