VIN: XXX24987 (one # before the penske-wynn-maserati)Fred said:Here is a NEW coupe for less than 71K
Has anyone found one for less? (or closer to the east coast)
When a brand new $80K are offered on the Internet for $70K and less, and we don't know how much non-internet dealer are discounting, that says something.M! said:I would not think this is a marketing failure. they did get a few buyers into the showroom who would would not spend $119k on a MCV, didnt they?
the answer is yes, MNA successfully attracted more buyers (new or repeat, i dunno) to buy an even more expensive car (GS, GSS) even when the 06 GT is available.dchao said:When a brand new $80K are offered on the Internet for $70K and less, and we don't know how much non-internet dealer are discounting, that says something.
The question is: Those, 06 GT buyers, would they have purchased an more expesive car if the 06 GT was not even availabe to them? Has MNA successfully attracted *new* buyers into the show room? Or the pricing is set too high, really need to be somewhere below 70K, to get new people into the showroom.
I saw this one too, but it was listed as a used car (with 66 miles??? )dchao said:VIN: XXX24987 (one # before the penske-wynn-maserati)
Sold for $66K on eBay
I think most of the Maserati dealers were allocated a number of these Strippers to sell, and margins are thinner on these cars, dealers are pi$$ed, and are selling them at cost, because it's just taking floor space in their show rooms where a more expensive GS would normally sit.
I think it's another marketing failure by MNA.