Based on my recent experiences, it's hard to say. Some dealerships will pull
out a stock sheet and say "my price is $xxxxx", period. Others will try to
get you into a vehicle no matter what and leverage all of the dealer
incentives they have just to get you into it. Others will move on the prices
of your trade-in and the price of the vehicle to try and work something out.
So it's hard to say. Another difficulty is that year to year the incentives
at the end of the year change. Right now it's around $6000 I think. It could
be more or less next year, depending on sales and the economy.
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