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This is an information about how to get $2000 off MSRP on a new Scion iM.
Go to Matthews NC Scion - New & Used Cars - Great Prices - Scott Clark Scion serving Charlotte Mint Hill North Carolina Area. Dealer is located in Charlotte, NC
Link: New Scions Matthews serving Charlotte NC Area Scott Clark Scion Cars Trucks and SUVs
After you click on to see iM inventory, you will see that all Scion iMs are priced at average of $2000 off MSRP.
You can print this information, go to your local Scion dealer, show prices to them and ask them to match prices of Scott Clark Scion, Charlotte, NC or you will go and purchase the car from Scott Clark.....
I did that and my local Toyota/Scion dealer honor these prices, giving me a great deal. If you have good credit history (Beacon score 740 +), you can qualify for 1.9 % APR for up to 60 months, as well.
Good luck! :)
 

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You can do this through cargurus.com too. Just call the dealer before you go over to confirm they have the car. Prices have been amazingly low in places.
 

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It appears to be in Virginia. $17,933. Just be sure and call the dealer to confirm this price and that the car is still available. Also make sure this includes destination.


Used Scion iM For Sale Phoenix, AZ - CarGurus


Also disregard the word "Used" in the search. These are new cars.

*Yeah- double check always from that dealership on Destination and Handling- on all their makes and models- it almost always states in their comments section "*" that their sales prices excludes destination.
 

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This is interesting information. Do you really think dealerships in, say, the DC area will agree to match prices from North Carolina? Fitzgerald Mall in Maryland right now is advertising MSRP for both the iM and the iA, so needless to say it would be great if you could get them to drop the price by c. $2000.
 

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This is interesting information. Do you really think dealerships in, say, the DC area will agree to match prices from North Carolina? Fitzgerald Mall in Maryland right now is advertising MSRP for both the iM and the iA, so needless to say it would be great if you could get them to drop the price by c. $2000.
Doubt they would match. Plus, I would call NC and see exactly what that pricing is about.
 

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Doubt they would match. Plus, I would call NC and see exactly what that pricing is about.

Most if not all Scion Dealers- come out with that one price stuff.


But in my email negotiations in Southern California- Yes- some have said- can't do it- some have said- I see where- you mentioned- that $2K under MSRP and I also have seen $500.00 under MSRP in California and $750.00 under MSRP and surroundings- and management says- bring it in- and we'll beat it!


So- it can be done- just like anything- they don't want to lose deals- but want you in front of them.
 

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$21,035 out the door with floor mats, and rear bumper guard options. 6speed.

That includes VA state sales taxes, DMV fees done by dealer, processing fee... everything. I have bought two Scions brand new now and the dealers do not budge on the pricing. The only "discount" I have ever received is the $500 college grad deal on my first Scion.
 
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Scion should do a repeat owner rebate. GM has done that in the past like $500 off if you trade in another GM product. But then again they also have done a rebate for trading in a non GM vehicle.
 

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I paid $22,106 out the door. (Tags, title, GA tax (GA tax alone was 900)

Included:
-Every extra you could get (except gps)
-($2,300.00ish) extended warranty 6 year, 60k mile coverage on everything. Don't even have to pay for oil changes.
-also got a 1000.00 rebate for being military

If I didn't get the warranty, it would of been 19,xxx out the door.
 

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I picked up my iM yesterday. I paid $16,300 for iM with a manual, including all dealer fees (Baltimore, Maryland). I also got 0% financing they have right now. No tax, since I traded in a more expensive car. So I guess I got a good deal.
 

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Nice

I picked up my iM yesterday. I paid $16,300 for iM with a manual, including all dealer fees (Baltimore, Maryland). I also got 0% financing they have right now. No tax, since I traded in a more expensive car. So I guess I got a good deal.
Very nice deal
 

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I picked up my iM yesterday. I paid $16,300 for iM with a manual, including all dealer fees (Baltimore, Maryland). I also got 0% financing they have right now. No tax, since I traded in a more expensive car. So I guess I got a good deal.
Great deal! Congrats on your new wheels.
 
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