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Local dealer has a optioned up (sunroof, A8, Tech Grp, red seat belts) new '16 B5 Blue SRT 392 sitting on their lot since last May with $8k off and its still around.

The only 'drawback' is this one has the alcantara/leather seats vs. the more upscale Laguna leather...
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Vancouver, WA - Hannah Dodge

2016 392 Hemi Scat Pack Shaker 23Y pkg (M6) ordered 8/28/15, born 10/23/15, home 11/20/15
Torred / Black/ Ruby Red leather
2009 R/T 27J pkg (M6) ordered 7/17/08, born 10/23/08, home 11/13/08
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I called about the cars listed in Huntington Beach for 43,799.00. At that price I was definitely ready to move forward. However, after asking about the mileage, which wasn't much, they informed me that the two black cars that they had on the lot that met the specifications had damages from sitting on their storage lot. One of the cars had a rather large dent on top of the trunk with the paint missing in that area. It also had a fairly large deep scratch on the passenger door. The other car had about for or five paint chips on the driver's door edge. It also had a fairly large scratch on the part of the door that flares out. I didn't really think the price as that great, considering the damages. Additionally, taxes on the vehicle in California are higher than anywhere else. They require you to purchase a permit just to be able to drive the car out of California. If you want the car shipped, you have to use their shipper. They said it would be 3,000.00 to ship the car from California to Texas.
Being a local in California, when I saw these prices I went in person to check them out and noticed most were not in the best of shape. Not garbage by any means, but not worth the asking price when there are dings and scratches. Lead me to just order a new TA.

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They were liquidating all their 2016s. Even had a hellcat for like 55k which was mighty tempting.

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Being a local in California, when I saw these prices I went in person to check them out and noticed most were not in the best of shape. Not garbage by any means, but not worth the asking price when there are dings and scratches. Lead me to just order a new TA.
I bought my 2016 SRT from Huntington Beach Dodge back in January '17 for $45K (55K+ MSRP), exactly as OP wanted. First car the sales monkey brought for me to test drive had some minor dings in the paint, and didn't have the upgraded "racing" pedals, so I drove it, but picked a different car from the lot that wasn't banged up (and had the nicer pedals) when I was ready to buy. Probably the last black one in good condition on the lot. Other dealers weren't discounting them nearly as much, maybe 3K or 4K below MSRP if that. Incidentally, the sales monkey knew less than nothing about the car (not so shocking, really) but I had done my research, so I didn't really need him except to get the key fob and bring the car up for me to test drive, so no biggie.

Not too thrilled with HB Dodge service though. Brought it back in shortly after buying it to up the Nitrogen pressure in the tires (were at 30-31 psi and a bit too soft and squirrely) and add coolant (was well below minimum cold level). They added Nitrogen to the tires, but forgot about the coolant. Brought it back again for coolant being so low and the service advisor said he wanted to pressure test the cooling system, which turned out to be fine, but again failed to bring the coolant level up to minimum cold level!

I'm happy with the deal I got, but might look for another dealer to service the car. The service advisors are great to work with, but the techs I'm not so sure about. Not a great way to earn repeat business down the road.
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I bought my 16 SRT Challenger in Oct for $44,000. Sticker was $53,900. It was the only one Cortland Dodge in New York had.It took some wheelin and dealin but I got the deal done. I was happy.
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I paid ~12% under MSRP (forgot what the invoice price was) for a 2015 in October 2015 which amounts to 6K before TTL.


Called 5 dealerships within 600 miles that had a car semi-optioned to my specifications, and went with the best deal (one dealer didn't budge off the MSRP). Factor in a $350 airline ticket and the better part of a day to fly down and drive back 550 miles.


Didn't feel it was a great deal, but it's the best I could find. I'd expect to get a better deal if I were looking at getting a 2016 in 2017.


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I paid ~12% under MSRP (forgot what the invoice price was) for a 2015 in October 2015 which amounts to 6K before TTL.


Called 5 dealerships within 600 miles that had a car semi-optioned to my specifications, and went with the best deal (one dealer didn't budge off the MSRP). Factor in a $350 airline ticket and the better part of a day to fly down and drive back 550 miles.


Didn't feel it was a great deal, but it's the best I could find. I'd expect to get a better deal if I were looking at getting a 2016 in 2017.


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I just ended up doing something similar. I used Delta miles to fly from Tn to Ky and driving back because nobody local wanted to do anything. Typical of where I live(Murfreesboro). Ive bought 5 cars all of which I had to travel to get a deal.
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Speaking of leftover 16's After a long time searching I finally found something that I think might be a good buy. A leftover 16 in the color, trans, and interior I want. However it is listed at 47,999 no haggle price. I went to a dealer the other day and they marked a 17 with the same options down to 49K
I keep sing people saying that they paid around 44-45K and that was months ago. They are already discounting 17's due to the 18s coming out in a few months. Realistically what can I expect to talk a new 16' SRT 392 down to being May of the year after. They have also had this car on the lot for almost a year now.


Please let me know what you think
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Speaking of leftover 16's After a long time searching I finally found something that I think might be a good buy. A leftover 16 in the color, trans, and interior I want. However it is listed at 47,999 no haggle price. I went to a dealer the other day and they marked a 17 with the same options down to 49K
I keep sing people saying that they paid around 44-45K and that was months ago. They are already discounting 17's due to the 18s coming out in a few months. Realistically what can I expect to talk a new 16' SRT 392 down to being May of the year after. They have also had this car on the lot for almost a year now.


Please let me know what you think
MSRP went up in 2016, although they included features that were options in 2015. Don't know what options the car has at 48K, but I'd expect no less than 5K off. The new car market has slowed down, keep shopping.
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