|1910 Eglinton Avenue East|
Buyer Reviews: 10
Average Discount: $2,300
Rated 8.4 out of 10
|New Lancer Prices||Year|
|Bennett from Markham, ON reported on Sunday, October 03, 2010, buying a 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer, and saving $1,500 off of MSRP.|
The 09 Lancer SE is a lovely car, with the form and function I want. Everything I need is included in the package. I had been to another Mitsubishi dealer before getting the Wholesale Price Report, and I have to say that I was wasting my time as I have to go through the BS'ing from the salesperson regarding "...I have no say on the price, have to ask my manager... bah bah...". With the Wholesale Price Report in your hand, you can get to the business.
|Brian from Etobicoke, ON reported on Thursday, November 12, 2009, buying a 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer, and saving $2,000 off of MSRP.|
|Terry from Markham, ON reported on Thursday, July 02, 2009, buying a 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer, and saving $2,500 off of MSRP.|
|New Outlander Prices||Year|
|Ivica from Ajax, ON reported on Monday, December 14, 2009, buying a 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander, and saving $2,500 off of MSRP.|
No-nonsense negotiations. My offer(on the road) was pretty close to what the dealer wanted (CCC wholesale report) and the deal was closed in less then an hour.
|Joshua from Markham , ON reported on Thursday, April 08, 2010, buying a 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander, and saving $2,000 off of MSRP.|
Call multiple dealerships until two can no longer beat your price. By then you know you hit the bottom price.
|frank from north york, ON reported on Thursday, June 16, 2011, buying a 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander, and saving $3,000 off of MSRP.|
No. You got all you want already.
|Pat from Ajax, ON reported on Tuesday, December 08, 2009, buying a 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander, and saving $4,000 off of MSRP.|
Take a copy of your car cost Canada report into the dealer. They then know you have done your research and know you are looking for a GOOD DEAL.
|Ayush from Richmond Hill, ON reported on Tuesday, February 09, 2010, buying a 2010 Mitsubishi Outlander, and saving $4,000 off of MSRP.|
Acceptable quality, features for the right cost. Took the CCC report and asked for invoice pricing. Low-volume manufacturer, so easy on the negotiations. Asked them to get rid of fees like Admin fee, Doc fee etc and got a few accessories thrown in. Keep a price in mind and play the game...Enjoy !!
|Angel from Scarborough, ON reported on Friday, September 19, 2008, buying a 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander, and saving $500 off of MSRP.|
|Paul from North York, ON reported on Saturday, December 08, 2007, buying a 2008 Mitsubishi Outlander, and saving $1,000 off of MSRP.|
I picked this vehicle due to features, warranty, price point and willingness of dealer to negotiate, starting from invoice price plus profit. We established a price for the vehicle and then negotiated a trade in. I started with invoice price plus 3%. The dealer suggested something closer to 4.5% was more reasonable to start (He knew there would be a trade in and I suppose he planned to make it up on the trade-in part of the deal). I offered invoice price plus $1,000 as a true starting point, which was a bit less than the amount the dealer suggested. The trade in value of my trade was much lower than I thought it was worth but I chose to avoid the aggravation of selling my own car, getting it certified and cleaned, etc. By using the CarCostCanada invoice to get started, the first part of the buying process was sped up. I always had the option of walking out if I did not like the deal. I worked hard to get a better price for my trade and I got quite a bit of improvement during the course of the negotiation. The way the deal was written up in the end, the sale price of vehicle was closer to retail but the trade-in value was higher too, so there was a small advantage due to GST reduction. (This is why I have not indicated a specific purchase price, as it would mislead others). Note that the trade-in value of a new car is deducted from the new car price, in order to calculate the GST, so it is an extra incentive, if you can get a reasonable offer on your trade. I got a better deal than shown in the CarCostCanada incentives list. The list showed a 3.8% financing rate for a certain term but I got zero percent financing on the same basis, which saved something over $2,500 more, depending upon how you want to compare financing plans. I had to go a second day in order to complete the rustproofing sales presentation (which I bought because it does help re-sale value). The morning paper that day showed an additional incentive for a $1,000 gift card which I claimed after the fact and they gave it to me. One day later I see another offer is 1% GST reduction. You have the salesman, the sales manager and the business manager ask over and over again for more incentives in order to get closer to the best possible deal. You can save thousands of dollars on offers that are hidden until you press for them. Incentives and competition are tough for the car dealers. It is a buyer's market right now! (Paul M. 12/07)