JM totally disagree.
90% pay ADM.
Very small extremely small walk out with no ADM.
Ah, Mr. Trash. I have the window sticker in my hand from DC. The total price was $91,000 even - there was nothing added past the factory items, destination and gas guzzler tax. I have my contract in hand. Follow closely. The vehicle price was $83,675.57. The doc fee was $599.00. That's a total delivered price of $84,274.57. Tax is for SC (not on DC) but it was $500. My tag, title transfer, and registration was $75.00. So my total OTD was $84,849.57. I had put down a $500 deposit two months prior to delivery so I cut a check for $84,349.57. There was no upsell for anything. I paid cash. What part of this is difficult to grasp? DC advertised 4% below invoice on NBRE's and several other models for quite some time. I ended up a little better than that because the MSRP jumped about 1K from order to delivery. So, I'm over 6.1K under MSRP INCLUDING all DOC fees, Sales tax, Tag, and Title Transfer.
So what? I have seen a boatload of contracts on this board that were better than mine. Go look at Mr. Shepard's. My JB order (that did get cancelled) was over 5% below invoice at a different dealer. The 4.5-5% below invoice was the standard deal at Koons and DC through early spring. I looked at a row of HC's out the front window at DC when I was signing my paperwork. He said every car on the front lot is a sold order. The transport trucks come every day and haul them all over the US. They seldom see a customer. What do you think is driving this? They just drew the name DC out of a hat and thought it would be a good spot to transport a car from? Dad Gum, it's not that hard to understand.