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Old 06-14-2013, 12:34 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by Chambo View Post
I just talked to a dealer via email and they said it would cost $1000 to have a car shipped/driven to their dealership. Did they charge you anything for having to find one from another dealership? or was it from a dealership that was relatively close to where they could just go pick it up?
Some dealers are like that. that price is WAY too high unless they can provide the invoice and it is SHIPPED, not driven. That is the only way I would pay extra for it, is if they put 0 miles on it.

I paid NOTHING for them to drive my car from Atlanta, Georgia to Meridian Ms. and all they did was swap models. one from my dealer's lot for the one I wanted that was sitting on a lot in Atlanta.

Then again I also got my all weather floor mats for free and a few other items too. My dealer was good to me.
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