RTRETRO· Premium Member
No matter what "deal" they give you on the sticker price,don't let them screw you on the add ons(alarm system,Scotch Guard,paint sealer,extended warranty,ect)Also your interest rate on financing.My wife and I got 2.9% APR,that's saving lots of $$$ over the term of the loan!The best offer I've gotten so far for a 2011 R/T (27F) is about $1100 over invoice. This is from a Dodge dealer in south central Texas.
I'm biding my time as best I can. Maybe by July prices will drop a bit, or incentives will pick up, or both.
The information I have makes it difficult to predict with any degree of certainty what will happen, so I'm mostly waiting and hoping.
edit: I was incorrect in my original statement insofar as I used the final price (i.e. after taxes, title, registration/license fees, and other fees) when I compared it to the standard invoice pricing. The final "out-the-door" price I calculated after the aforementioned fees was just under $33K. This is for a 2011 R/T (27F) 6-man, sunroof, Super Track Pack, and 20" wheels. The invoice price before all of the fees is about $1200 below invoice. Mea culpa.