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I have heard of some ppl having some luck in haggling with the pure pricing system. Although the price of the vehicle maybe locked, the upgrades and other things can be changed. I have heard of ppl having luck with getting a discount on scion upgrades for a certain amount of months or a discount on installation.

Have you guys had any luck?
 

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When I bought last May I had no luck with the price of the xB, but got a 20% discount on parts for the first year and the usual free 5K and 10K services. Dunno about any year end deals on '08's, but it's almost December and even Toyota sales are way down for the year.

You may find deals on demos. My dealer has a 2008 xB with 19" TRD wheels that was supposedly used at a show and has less than 20 miles on it. They want $17,995, but may take offers because it was previously registered and is being sold as a used car.
 

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When I bought last May I had no luck with the price of the xB, but got a 20% discount on parts for the first year and the usual free 5K and 10K services. Dunno about any year end deals on '08's, but it's almost December and even Toyota sales are way down for the year.

You may find deals on demos. My dealer has a 2008 xB with 19" TRD wheels that was supposedly used at a show and has less than 20 miles on it. They want $17,995, but may take offers because it was previously registered and is being sold as a used car.
Wow, if that dealer was near me I would definitely bite. I love those rims, but they cost so much. So it is normal for them to give 5 and 10k services for free? I will make sure that I ask for the 20% off parts too, thanks!
 

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My wife has an 05 XB and I an 08. Last Dec. my wife received a post /Christmas card from the Toyota dealer stating their appreciation for our business and offering her a discount on an oil change. Nowhere on the card was Scion mentioned. In other words the card read " XYZ Toyota appreciates your business and offers you an oil change for X amount.
When she took the car in for said oil change she was told that the discount did not apply to Scion. She argued if that was so why were we sent the card since we do not own a Toyota. The owner told her that he did not know how that happened and that he could not honor the discount because of Scions pure price policy. He said if they were caught by Scion giving discounts on service,accessories or cars they could lose their allotment of cars.


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I think I got a deal. Paid $150.00 less then invoice.
 

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It was new. 2009
 

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Yeah, sometimes you can get a decent deal on demos or rental cars. But you have to hit them before they hit the Used Car department, otherwise they claim it's pre-certified, and then it's just a pain...
 

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Visiting my kid in the Phoenix area and one of the local dealers (Power Toyota/Scion in Tempe) is offering a $400 "college grad" rebate on any Scion. The rebate is through Toyota Motor Sales USA, so you might be able to get it through dealers in other locales.
 

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Just looking through the new car ads for the Chi. area today and noticed an ad from a local dealer offering $300.00 below msrp. How can they do that if Scion has pure pricing????
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