Is it true dealers discount 50% last week of the year?
- Jay PLv 712 months ago
Only if some dealer thinks they can mark-up a vehicle by 100% first.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Is this a "my friend said" or an "I read" or even an "I heard"?
- FLv 61 year ago
Can I come along when you ask for your 50% discount?
- ElGrandeLv 71 year ago
A ballcap with a dealer logo on it? Maybe. An oil change special? Maybe.
A vehicle? No chance.
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- AlCaponeLv 71 year ago
Oh yeah, 50% during the last week, and then 100% the week after. So what are you just stupid or maybe a dumb troll?
- TheRealLv 61 year ago
This is obviously a troll question, but still, I'm obligated to answer. Across all makes and models in the US, the average markup from dealer cost to MSRP is 5.4%, excluding rebates and incentives. Obviously, some vehicles are much higher, some are lower, but at no point is any new vehicle ever going to be sold with a 50% discount. Ever.Source(s): 20 years retail auto sales experience.
- KY-ClayLv 71 year ago
No way is any car dealer offering a 50% discount. Maybe 20% on a very expensive vehicle and 10% on a sedan but not 50%.
- ScottLv 71 year ago
Pro tip: on the last day of the year, all new cars are only $1000.
- A HunchLv 71 year ago
Discount cars 50% at the last week of the year?
Like you are going to buy a $60000 car for $30000????
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