Best deals on new left over 2018 Trackhawk
Newby with pretty much first post, so bare with me please.
With it being mid year 2019 now and a lot of new 2018's still out there with an average of $10k below retail now, can the prices get any lower if we hold off towards the end of the year? I went and looked at a new white 2018 today that retails for $90k and the dealer had it marked down to $80k. I tried to negotiate it down further, but they wouldn't budge, stating Dodge marked it down $5k and they did the same at $5k, but that was the furthest they are allowed to go. Is this true or are they blowing smoke? I even explained that if I drive a few hundred miles away, I could find one for around $77k ($90k-$95k retail) on a pretty much exact same build as they have as I have seen on the web, but still no dice and they tried to say that the price shown on the web wouldn't be what you would get when you show up. Really? Is this true? If I hold off longer to the end of the year and they still have it, could the price get down to near $75k or lower? The dealer said if it didn't sell soon, it would just go to auction. What baffles me is, if it goes to auction I'm sure they will take even more of a hit. So why not negotiate down further if you have a buyer right in front of you? Couldn't they just do a tax write off and avoid auction?
Sorry for all the questions, but I need some expert advice here. I'm a serious buyer, want the best possible deal I can get as anyone else and don't want to drive off the lot and lose $10k of value right off the bat with it already being over a year old.
Any help and insight on this is greatly appreciated.