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    How much did you pay for your T-Roc?

    Post up the deal that you have been able to negotiate to assist others in a similar position.

    Include all model options, colours, accessories and whether price includes stamp duty/rego (drive-away).

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    so anyone got any deals they are willing to share?
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    $45000 driveaway for a standard White Silver Sport.

    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by danTDI View Post
    $45000 driveaway for a standard White Silver Sport.

    Dan
    thanks mate!
    helps a lot!
    did you have to wait or pretty quick?
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    Ordered January, delivered November. I got a free 3 year service plan as an apology.

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    T-ROC 140TSI Sport in Pure White with Luxury Pack and Style Pack ($2,500 each) + Ceramic Paint Protection & Interior Protection.
    Driveaway Price $48,744.00.
    Ok so this was advertised as a demo but was used only for test drives and had 150klms when I drove it and 160klms when I took delivery ..... waited about a week for it as it was in stock & wasn't phased.
    Happy with the price & dealer experience .... yup you bet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daft009 View Post
    thanks mate!
    helps a lot!
    did you have to wait or pretty quick?
    Hey, see your location is North of the Meadow or better know as Northmead ..... grew up there - lived @ 67 Briens Road with Grandparents @ 3 Beamish Street & bought my first VW ('62 Beetle) from a VW Mechanic @ 10 Bevan Street
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    Anybody have any recent buying experience on a fully optioned 140TSI?

    Are dealers discounting or still charging full RRP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by westenderbender View Post
    Anybody have any recent buying experience on a fully optioned 140TSI?

    Are dealers discounting or still charging full RRP?
    Also keen to know as I haven't reached a final decision to chase down pricing yet. Looking around I see there is a good selection of current stock with even better choices within the next month for the examples above. I know the 110 TSI is selling well but not hearing much about the 140 TSI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipper Dog View Post
    Also keen to know as I haven't reached a final decision to chase down pricing yet. Looking around I see there is a good selection of current stock with even better choices within the next month for the examples above. I know the 110 TSI is selling well but not hearing much about the 140 TSI.
    Nothing beats ringing around and just asking for pricing and getting a feel for who is negotiable. Then hit up the nearest dealers to see what you can manage in person. Add to that that dealers in border towns (including Canberra) can usually do NSW rego too so don't be afraid to travel for a good deal (or have it transported, although I would prefer to fly to the destination and look at it with my own eyes).

    If you're not in a rush you cal always just pick a number you want to pay for a particular spec and give it to a couple of dealers. Eventually, one of them might just hit end of month/quarter/period and want to do a deal.

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