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post #46 of 53 (permalink) Old 03-16-2017, 04:05 PM
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Regarding pricing and discounts: We paid exactly $2,000.00 under theMSRP of 49990 for our Ti and got the high end BlueBook value on our 07 Infiniti trade in. Very pleased with the deal and the car. Last day of Feb sale so we helped the dealers sales numbers and and they priced the Giulia and the trade pretty aggressively. I consider it a Win/Win.
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Regarding pricing and discounts: We paid exactly $2,000.00 under theMSRP of 49990 for our Ti and got the high end BlueBook value on our 07 Infiniti trade in. Very pleased with the deal and the car. Last day of Feb sale so we helped the dealers sales numbers and and they priced the Giulia and the trade pretty aggressively. I consider it a Win/Win.
Thanks, Keemosabe (I've always wanted to say that!). It appears that our local dealer is living up to my (low) expectations. If I actually get serious, I have family in Dallas, Austin and Phoenix, and I'm a day's drive south of Denver, so I've got some options. Jim
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Have to say that my dealer here in Southeatern PA has been an absolute pleasure to deal with. Both sales and service folks.
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AT our dealer in northern CT they have half a dozen and they are all Ti's with 4 wheel drive and two that are just labeled Q4. All are 4 wheel drive. Are there any rear wheel drive only models out there and will they be Ti's or what?

They also don't seem to be moving that quickly, which I think is a price factor.
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Are there any rear wheel drive only models out there and will they be Ti's or what?

They also don't seem to be moving that quickly, which I think is a price factor.
The build and price configurator at alfaromeousa.com allows you to choose between rwd and awd. Of the four Guilias in stock at the dealer I visited a few weeks ago, one was awd (I don't recall if it was a base or Ti).

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AT our dealer in northern CT they have half a dozen and they are all Ti's with 4 wheel drive and two that are just labeled Q4. All are 4 wheel drive. Are there any rear wheel drive only models out there and will they be Ti's or what?

They also don't seem to be moving that quickly, which I think is a price factor.
My local dealer here in Los Angeles as plenty of RWD (rear wheel drive) Giulia & Giulia Ti in stock. They did recieve one or two AWD (all wheel drive), but since we have perfect weather all year round, the AWD version isn't popular. I can certainly see why AWD would be popular in places with real weather changes.

You can purchase from out-of-state and drive or ship the car home. Shipping isn't expensive. Generally less the $2k. These are all 50 state cars so registration isn't an issue. People do this sort of thing on a regular basis, sometimes saving money.

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