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Don't know where you're located, but . . . If you belong to Costco, they have a contract with a dealership in Illinois in their car buyer plan that gives 4% off. I don't know if I was just lucky to catch them on a day where they had to sell a car or lose a slot, but I got 7% off at a dealership down here in South Florida the day before yesterday.
 

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When ordering one is there any ability to negotiate the price( if so how much wiggle room is there?) or is MSRP the price you'll pay?
You can get a discount off MSRP if you get dealers to compete. We have two dealers here ... I told both they were competing for my order. One offered a 1.5% discount off MSRP and the other 2.5% + the $700 first scheduled service (at two years) free. Sales tax was also $700 less with them and of course they got the order.
 

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You absolutely should be able to work a deal off of MRSP. My experience has been anywhere between 5-7% is doable, depending on options and total pricing. Never hurts to start high and negotiate from there.......
 

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I think there is room for negotiations, but you should not expect discounts like you were buying a Chevy or other mass market dealers. Also, ask about the lease Money factor or loan APR, there are different rates, based on credit score. My dealer initially quoted 6%,the third tier credit rate, but after discussing he used the 1st tier rate.
 

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I think there is room for negotiations, but you should not expect discounts like you were buying a Chevy or other mass market dealers. Also, ask about the lease Money factor or loan APR, there are different rates, based on list by Paydaysay and credit score. My dealer initially quoted 6%,the third tier credit rate, but after discussing he used the 1st tier rate.
What dealer do you have?
I saw this information on the Porsche website.
APRs for loans now range from 2.99% and above. The alternatives with the lowest APR have extremely strict eligibility requirements. However, Porsche claims that it frequently just needs a little down payment or none at all, and that financing periods can be as long as 84 months.
 

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