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      Quote Originally Posted by Magic Marker View Post
      Just got a quote.... Loaded 40 RD except air suspension... After loyalty rebate... total discount $2850... THOUGHTS?
      Including loyalty that's bad...

      With that "discount" you're better off with the OSD (imho)

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      Quote Originally Posted by rumyn View Post
      Including loyalty that's bad...

      With that "discount" you're better off with the OSD (imho)

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      Really?

      They are giving me the "true car" price.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Magic Marker View Post
      Really?

      They are giving me the "true car" price.
      They set those TrueCar prices themselves...

      Go to www.flyvolvo.com and see the OSD pricing

      http://www.flyvolvo.com/XC40MY19.pdf

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      Quote Originally Posted by Magic Marker View Post
      Really?

      They are giving me the "true car" price.
      Sent you a PM.
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      Quote Originally Posted by rumyn View Post
      Sent you a PM.
      Replied back...
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      We saved about $3,000 by getting our XC40 through OSD. We also paid cash so that made the transaction even easier since you donít have to make sure the lender is ok with the delay in getting the title.

      If you are flexible with the timing of getting the vehicle, OSD is a great experience. I donít think I could buy a Volvo that cost more money than I could get it for through OSD.

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      Here's what OSD can save you, if you are already planning a trip to Sweden: $3500 airfare, $300 hotel and meal, $1000 shipping cost, $1200 savings of XC40, $? insurance, and a $1500 car rental of two weeks equaling $7500 less on the trip plus car cost.

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      I just picked up a 19 T5 Inscription yesterday for my wife

      MSRP $46,375
      Dealer discounted to $43,680
      No loyalty discount
      Doc fee $170
      Out the door $43,850 w/ Polestar loaded for free

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      Quote Originally Posted by Borne View Post
      I just picked up a 19 T5 Inscription yesterday for my wife

      MSRP $46,375
      Dealer discounted to $43,680
      No loyalty discount
      Doc fee $170
      Out the door $43,850 w/ Polestar loaded for free
      May I ask what state you're in and how many XC40's the dealer actually had on the lot? That's a pretty good discount.

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      The OSD delivery is becoming not a good deal at all. Volvo decided to add $995 destination charge to the order. If your dream is to visit Gothenburg then yes it is an OK deal but I will visit many other places in Europe before I visit Gothenburg. I do not blame Volvo's greed if they can sell their production quickly (although in my area there are 19 and 17 - XC40 at two different dealers at the moment). The new Aud Q3 and the Mazda CX5 Signature are knocking on the door and if Volvo is not careful they will be strangling again...

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      Quote Originally Posted by RG129 View Post
      May I ask what state you're in and how many XC40's the dealer actually had on the lot? That's a pretty good discount.
      I am in Tennessee, but had the XC40 delivered to Kentucky from a dealer in Indiana. They had 8 XC40s on the lot. I actually worked with 6 dealers from AL, GA, NC, TN, & IN before I got this deal worked out.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Borne View Post
      I just picked up a 19 T5 Inscription yesterday for my wife

      MSRP $46,375
      Dealer discounted to $43,680
      No loyalty discount
      Doc fee $170
      Out the door $43,850 w/ Polestar loaded for free
      You didn't have to pay sales tax?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Magic Marker View Post
      You didn't have to pay sales tax?
      I did not. Luckily, I am excluded from sales/usage tax in TN (for vehicles only).

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      Quote Originally Posted by Borne View Post
      I did not. Luckily, I am excluded from sales/usage tax in TN (for vehicles only).
      Damn.. must be nice

      Your doc fee is very low too.. I paid $499 (which isn't terrible in NJ).
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      Quote Originally Posted by Magic Marker View Post
      I'm having an XC40 RD quoted for me... I should hear by tomorrow. If I pull the trigger, I'll report back in.

      I test drove the XC60 T5 and the XC40 RD. While the 60 was more comfortable and quiet, the 40 felt much quicker and fun to drive. The only thing is that stupid shifter.
      Bringing this thread back up as it's the only one with some pricing discussion ...

      Returned an XC90 lease awhile ago and looking to possibly get back into Volvo.

      Love the XC40 and with the same engine as our XC90 T5 had it must be a hoot to drive with the lesser weight. Considering leasing a 2020 R Design MSRP $45,600
      Also in the running is a 2019 T5 Momentum XC60 MSRP $52,400

      That's about a $7000 price difference ...

      Dealer is offering me the XC60 at $540 and XC40 at $565 36/10k (all in, no downpayment, taxes rolled in ... crazy 8.625% here in NYC) ... sign and drive.

      I think I could do better but what do you guys think?

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      I advise you to extensively drive both. If coming from XC90, the XC40 may feel a little too small. Looking at the lease numbers the XC60 looks like a better deal but again it will depend how you feel driving them.

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      Quote Originally Posted by lurch70 View Post
      Bringing this thread back up as it's the only one with some pricing discussion ...

      Returned an XC90 lease awhile ago and looking to possibly get back into Volvo.

      Love the XC40 and with the same engine as our XC90 T5 had it must be a hoot to drive with the lesser weight. Considering leasing a 2020 R Design MSRP $45,600
      Also in the running is a 2019 T5 Momentum XC60 MSRP $52,400

      That's about a $7000 price difference ...

      Dealer is offering me the XC60 at $540 and XC40 at $565 36/10k (all in, no downpayment, taxes rolled in ... crazy 8.625% here in NYC) ... sign and drive.

      I think I could do better but what do you guys think?
      Your numbers are similar to my XC40 I picked up today. I had $1,500 equity from a CR-V trade and I ended up at $519 36/12K.


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      Quote Originally Posted by lurch70 View Post
      Bringing this thread back up as it's the only one with some pricing discussion ...

      Returned an XC90 lease awhile ago and looking to possibly get back into Volvo.

      Love the XC40 and with the same engine as our XC90 T5 had it must be a hoot to drive with the lesser weight. Considering leasing a 2020 R Design MSRP $45,600
      Also in the running is a 2019 T5 Momentum XC60 MSRP $52,400

      That's about a $7000 price difference ...

      Dealer is offering me the XC60 at $540 and XC40 at $565 36/10k (all in, no downpayment, taxes rolled in ... crazy 8.625% here in NYC) ... sign and drive.

      I think I could do better but what do you guys think?
      Why is a more expensive XC60 leasing for LESS than the XC40 which has a lower MSRP??
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      Quote Originally Posted by Veefifty T5AWD View Post
      Why is a more expensive XC60 leasing for LESS than the XC40 which has a lower MSRP??
      Deals on 2019 leftover XC60's ... more factory incentives and lower money factor.
      XC40 is a 2020

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      Quote Originally Posted by lurch70 View Post
      Bringing this thread back up as it's the only one with some pricing discussion ..
      I wish pricing threads like this were located at stickyís. Thatís what many other car forums (ie: bimmerpost) do. But that probably wonít happen here because the person that runs this site I believe works for Volvo.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Veefifty T5AWD View Post
      Why is a more expensive XC60 leasing for LESS than the XC40 which has a lower MSRP??
      The variables include the actual sales price (including incentives), the residual value (the vehicle's estimated worth after the lease), and the "interest" paid.

      If you wanted to buy out the car at the end of the lease, you'd probably still save going with the XC40. The savings will just happen after the third year of ownership and you'd pay an additional $900 during those leasing years.

      Net savings would be $6,728.54 if there are no incentives or money factor involved and you paid cash on the buyout. That breaks down to a residual of $34,500 on the XC60 and $26,875 on the XC40.
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      Quote Originally Posted by matt1122 View Post
      The variables include the actual sales price (including incentives), the residual value (the vehicle's estimated worth after the lease), and the "interest" paid.

      If you wanted to buy out the car at the end of the lease, you'd probably still save going with the XC40. The savings will just happen after the third year of ownership and you'd pay an additional $900 during those leasing years.

      Net savings would be $6,728.54 if there are no incentives or money factor involved and you paid cash on the buyout. That breaks down to a residual of $34,500 on the XC60 and $26,875 on the XC40.
      I wish I understood the ins/outs of leases more. I'm used to negotiating a good purchase, but a lease interests me more these days. Would love to know where to educate myself on how to get a great lease deal (if there is such a thing).
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      Quote Originally Posted by Veefifty T5AWD View Post
      I wish I understood the ins/outs of leases more. I'm used to negotiating a good purchase, but a lease interests me more these days. Would love to know where to educate myself on how to get a great lease deal (if there is such a thing).
      Go to leasehackr.com to learn about how lease pricing works, and go to forums.edmunds.com to find the current residual value and money factor for the region you're in. The residual value is known to everyone, but the dealer doesn't expect you to know what the money factor is, and they usually mark it up, so you can negotiate paying only base MF assuming you have good credit.

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      Leasing is super easy to figure out. All you need is this formula:

      http://www.tvmcalcs.com/uploads/apps...se-Formula.png

      If you slept through algebra class and it isnít your specialty then there are lease calculators that will do it for you. Of course you need to gather the 4 or 5 variables that are in there.

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      Quote Originally Posted by ZacMatic View Post
      Go to leasehackr.com to learn about how lease pricing works, and go to forums.edmunds.com to find the current residual value and money factor for the region you're in. The residual value is known to everyone, but the dealer doesn't expect you to know what the money factor is, and they usually mark it up, so you can negotiate paying only base MF assuming you have good credit.
      Good to know! I have perused leasehackr a little bit, but will more seriously once I make up my mind as to what I want next.
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      The fine details of leasing are complex, but when you're comparing leases on different cars the key is to not just focus on the monthly payment, but on the total cost of the lease.

      Down Payment + Total of All Monthly Payments + Fees at the start or end of the lease = Cost of the Lease

      A key sign it's either not a good car to lease or you're not getting a good deal is if the cost of the lease is higher than with the same mileage and month terms as similarly priced (MSRP) cars.

      Shop around and price other cars even if you aren't 100% interested in them. Especially since internet quotes are so easy to get.
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      opportunity for a 19 XC40 Crystal White RD with 2100mi
      *Premium Package
      *Vision Package
      *Advanced Package
      *Heated Front Seats & Steering Wheel
      *Harmon Kardon Premium Sound
      *Panoramic Moonroof

      asking $38850 no tax

      hoping they'll throw in polestar

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      thats a really good deal

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      Quote Originally Posted by DjRashonal View Post
      opportunity for a 19 XC40 Crystal White RD with 2100mi
      *Premium Package
      *Vision Package
      *Advanced Package
      *Heated Front Seats & Steering Wheel
      *Harmon Kardon Premium Sound
      *Panoramic Moonroof

      asking $38850 no tax

      hoping they'll throw in polestar
      That's a great deal even w/o P*.
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      Quote Originally Posted by DjRashonal View Post
      opportunity for a 19 XC40 Crystal White RD with 2100mi
      *Premium Package
      *Vision Package
      *Advanced Package
      *Heated Front Seats & Steering Wheel
      *Harmon Kardon Premium Sound
      *Panoramic Moonroof

      asking $38850 no tax

      hoping they'll throw in polestar
      How much % below MSRP is that?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Joeyboy View Post


      How much % below MSRP is that?
      Somewhere around 16% off. More if you live in a state with vehicle tax.

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      Just picked up a 2019 T4 Momentum in the Washington D.C. area with the premium and vision package as well as heated seats. Negotiated price was just under $35,000 plus a $799 dealer processing fee.

      We lucked out a bit because the dealer had incentive to move the 2019 and also it was the only one without the larger motor or AWD (silly IMHO). The dealer also knew we would do OSD if the price wasn't right.
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      Quote Originally Posted by rocketscience55 View Post
      Negotiated price was just under $35,000 plus a $799 dealer processing fee.
      So is that a good deal? Hard to tell without know how much % under MSRP that is.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Joeyboy View Post
      So is that a good deal? Hard to tell without know how much % under MSRP that is.
      Dealer processing is very high. In PA. it is $399 max. allowed by law. Here in FL., it's whatever they can get you for.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Joeyboy View Post
      So is that a good deal? Hard to tell without know how much % under MSRP that is.
      MSRP was $38,590, so about 10% off MSRP. But what makes it a better deal was the fact it didn't have the AWD and T5 which tacks on another $3k roughly and its for her so she doesn't care about any of that. 2020 models listed under $40K now typically don't even have leather seats
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