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The reason why BMW was having aggressive discounts for G20 earlier. This will likely be a strong competitor!

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Hooray to Sg's 2nd national car after Vezel....

 

 

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21 hours ago, hsolo89 said:

The reason why BMW was having aggressive discounts for G20 earlier. This will likely be a strong competitor!

what was the discount like?

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Bro, no point believing the OT hocus pocus.

It is all about the final sell price.

C&C can always price C180 at 250k and give you 40k off, you still pay 210k, when in peacetime it is going for 180k max

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3 minutes ago, t0y0ta said:

Bro, no point believing the OT hocus pocus.

It is all about the final sell price.

C&C can always price C180 at 250k and give you 40k off, you still pay 210k, when in peacetime it is going for 180k max

They up list price n lowball trade in price

There's onli 1 winner.....always

 

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34 minutes ago, hsolo89 said:

@Springf Over 40k in OT

Thanks for the info.

Do you find there trade-in value of the car is actually quite low.. compare to sgcarmart used care price.. can be upto 15k diff.

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19 minutes ago, Soya said:

They up list price n lowball trade in price

There's onli 1 winner.....always

 

All-New Model = All-New very sharp knife ... no 60k profit no talk

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3 minutes ago, t0y0ta said:

All-New Model = All-New very sharp knife ... no 60k profit no talk

Precisely, e class is 300k, how can c class be cheap . Continue to buy coe Merc lah

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1 minute ago, Ct3833 said:

Precisely, e class is 300k, how can c class be cheap . Continue to buy coe Merc lah

I only want a cheap G wagen 

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35 minutes ago, inlinesix said:

I only want a cheap G wagen 

Everything is cheap to those who can afford G wagen😄😃

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@t0y0ta of course i understand 🙂 hence good to check the car base cost on LTA site to see profit margins too 🙂

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@Springf just sharing my experience for reference.. (exclude OT) PML offered my car 6k > PA, around 8k lower vs comparable list price on sgcarmart. I thought its reasonable, dealer themselves have to earn a cut anyway.

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@Springf from my personal experience, PML's trade-in value is $4-6K less than what Motorist offered for my car. Which I thought was extremely reasonable. No need for dealer viewings / further bargaining based on condition etc. Send in old car / take new car on the same day, hassle-free.

From my viewpoint, there are 2 different kinds of OT. 

One is the ali baba type -  mark up List Price, force you to take more loan, with lesser DP due to OT.


The other kind is when PML is doing clearance - the OT is genuine. For eg, when I bought my 216i GT, the list price was $170,888. OT was $42K. Trade-in value for my existing car was $4-6K lesser than mkt price (referenced from Motorist SG). So the real effective price was $128,888, no hanky-panky like "low-ball your trade-in value" etc. Those are the real gd deals, in my opinion.

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12 minutes ago, oleoleole said:

@Springf from my personal experience, PML's trade-in value is $4-6K less than what Motorist offered for my car. Which I thought was extremely reasonable. No need for dealer viewings / further bargaining based on condition etc. Send in old car / take new car on the same day, hassle-free.

 From my viewpoint, there are 2 different kinds of OT. 

 One is the ali baba type -  mark up List Price, force you to take more loan, with lesser DP due to OT.


The other kind is when PML is doing clearance - the OT is genuine. For eg, when I bought my 216i GT, the list price was $170,888. OT was $42K. Trade-in value for my existing car was $4-6K lesser than mkt price (referenced from Motorist SG). So the real effective price was $128,888, no hanky-panky like "low-ball your trade-in value" etc. Those are the real gd deals, in my opinion.

Totally agree.

But new model launch will not have these sweet deals which are for run-out sale, or end of year meet-quota for existing models.

So anyone hopping onto C-Class buy now is paying early adopter premium of at least 30k

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43 minutes ago, oleoleole said:

@Springf from my personal experience, PML's trade-in value is $4-6K less than what Motorist offered for my car. Which I thought was extremely reasonable. No need for dealer viewings / further bargaining based on condition etc. Send in old car / take new car on the same day, hassle-free.

From my viewpoint, there are 2 different kinds of OT. 

One is the ali baba type -  mark up List Price, force you to take more loan, with lesser DP due to OT.


The other kind is when PML is doing clearance - the OT is genuine. For eg, when I bought my 216i GT, the list price was $170,888. OT was $42K. Trade-in value for my existing car was $4-6K lesser than mkt price (referenced from Motorist SG). So the real effective price was $128,888, no hanky-panky like "low-ball your trade-in value" etc. Those are the real gd deals, in my opinion.

Wait...they offered u 4.6k lower than market price n u say they not lowball?

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