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I have been looking online and noticed a few leftover challenger srt8 with a 6 speed manual. I had noticed at a local dealership MSRP is $46310, the sale price is $38,999. Now is it possible to get it for $35,000. We have no sales tax in New Hampshire so it would be $35k out the door?
 

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$9,400 off on 6 speeds is the best i found and i got it from more than 1 dealer


if your looking for an automatic the discount isnt quite as high

Antioc Dodge in Illinois has 3 DY SRT's w/ that same discount


if i could have gotten $11,000 off on one of those DY's Id have a 2010 right now instead of my IE392...that was the magic $ i was hoping for......

do i think you could get $11,000 off in a couple of months? yes...right now...probably not

thats 25% off...thats pretty extreme to ask for...

get an IE for $44k
 

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About 3 weeks ago I hit up a bunch of dealers in TX, NM, OK, & AZ trying to find an Automatic SRT8 for $35K. The best I found was one for $38K and no sunroof. I ended up buying a 2011 SRT8 instead.

Good luck to you and the dealers on the 2010 inventory that I bet will be on their lot for a long time...
 

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Looking through the forums and online at the dealerships, it seems Dodge is comfortable letting the autos SRT8's go for $8000 less and another $1000 for manuals. The dealership may be able to personally discount another $500-2500 off too. Mine did it by giving me over KBB on my trade-in. Good luck!

$37,000 out-the-door would be great, especially if it's a 2010 HIP color (B5 Blue, Detonator Yellow, Hemi Orange, TorRed, Plum Crazy Purple or Furious Fuchsia).
 

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If your in NH I would check Herb Chambers in Danvers MA. I bought a 09 SRT8 left over for your out the door price. They had 25 challengers mostly 2010 on lot when I bought last April so they were motivated. My only regret is that "lady marm" is now two yrs old.... but 09 SRT8 HO 6spd are rare. Good luck. I hope to see you cruzin in da 603
 

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the big question is...is it worth it to get a 2010 for $37 when you can get a 2011 392 for $44 ? or $43?

is saving $6-7k worth getting old technology?...the 2011's will always have a higher resale value....when you sell/trade it in you'll get $2k more, so the real comparison is $4k apart

when your spending $37lk is it really that much more to spend $43k? anyone who can afford $37 can also afford $44 id think

this is why $9k off isnt enough....if they went to $11k they'd sell them quickly...they should have been $9k off last Sept.(when i was looking for a 2010)

ever day the 2010's are worth less and less just sitting at the dealership

i did find a B-5 blue automatic in IL incase your interested....
 

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Keep in mind the difference in gas mileage as well. Although that may be somewhat of a moot point if you aren't going to put a lot of miles on it. Either way it all adds up...
 

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2010 Dodge Challenger srt8, 142 miles , mint, West Des Moines, Iowa
2010 Dodge Challenger srt8, 142 miles, mint, Car was driven home from dealership and put in storage. bought in febuary, 2011, 37700.00 West Des Moines Iowa, please email any questions
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I have been looking online and noticed a few leftover challenger srt8 with a 6 speed manual. I had noticed at a local dealership MSRP is $46310, the sale price is $38,999. Now is it possible to get it for $35,000. We have no sales tax in New Hampshire so it would be $35k out the door?
I got $8000 off MSRP (paid $37K) on my new 2010 Challenger SRT8 8 months ago & think the car is awesome but with all the reviews I've read the 11 SRT8 is worth it if you can get a good price on it.
 

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I got my 2010 srt8 six speed for $37,000 out the door, last august so i figure you should do better now.
 

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One reply mentions "old technology". I wouldn't exactly call a 2010 SRT "old technology". Is it as new as a 2011? Of course not.

That said, if you like the car, I would make a serious offer of $35K. Maybe even $34.5K. You need to convince the dealership that you are going to buy a car, either from them or another dealer, that you have options for looking at other cars, and most importantly that you either have or have access to the funds to make the purchase.

Remember, be prepared to walk away. I guarantee you that you will be getting a call from that same dealer if you do. It may take a few days (they like to play their little control games), but wait them out. If you make the call back, they know they have you.
 

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If your in NH I would check Herb Chambers in Danvers MA. I bought a 09 SRT8 left over for your out the door price. They had 25 challengers mostly 2010 on lot when I bought last April so they were motivated. My only regret is that "lady marm" is now two yrs old.... but 09 SRT8 HO 6spd are rare. Good luck. I hope to see you cruzin in da 603
Nice man where in NH are you? I currently have an 07 Chrysler 300 SRT8. And yeah I will the challenger I saw is at Mariano in Concord its black/black.
 

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the big question is...is it worth it to get a 2010 for $37 when you can get a 2011 392 for $44 ? or $43?

is saving $6-7k worth getting old technology?...the 2011's will always have a higher resale value....when you sell/trade it in you'll get $2k more, so the real comparison is $4k apart

when your spending $37lk is it really that much more to spend $43k? anyone who can afford $37 can also afford $44 id think

this is why $9k off isnt enough....if they went to $11k they'd sell them quickly...they should have been $9k off last Sept.(when i was looking for a 2010)

ever day the 2010's are worth less and less just sitting at the dealership

i did find a B-5 blue automatic in IL incase your interested....
I honestly dont think the $7-8k is worth it if I got it for $35,000. I would save that money and if I really wanted to get more hp, a tune cam, heads, exhaust, headers would be $4-5k and would walk a stock 6.4.
 

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Re: 2010 srt8
Originally Posted by scatpack555
Originally Posted by zim-300srt8
Originally Posted by scatpack555
Originally Posted by zim-300srt8
I dont mean to insult you but I wouldnt be able to go higher than $33,000.
could you go 33200.00
I would not be able to do that. I still would have to calculate if I can even do the 33000 since I have quite some expenses. Im from new Hampshire so I would have to fly down drive 1500 miles at least and get a hotel. If its something that would possibly interest you let me know so I can see what I can do. Also the drive back for gas would be costly as well
I could do 36900.00 on it, maybe a little less

 
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