As in the past, unless there's like a 20-30% exchange correction, most automakers take it in stride - cuz they do on the other side too. The other thing you must keep in mind is that we (NAR) ALREADY have a significant discount to prices in the RoW - just go build a Q3 at Audi.de at the current exchange rate AFTER taking the German VAT (MwSt) of 19% off - you'll see !!Good to hear guys! Looking at the charts from last week at PWL (thanks to Roger's post of months ago) my vehicle is coming to port around midnight.
Have to admit, I was feeling a little bummed knowing the face-lift is so close but that just means, I'll be getting a fully tweaked end of line version.
Now, anyone wish to comment on how the newly STRONG greenback may affect pricing in the months to come?
Grrrrrrrrrrrr..........Could somebody please just put up a Zip code so us poor UK members (and ROW) can use it to enable viewing of those KBB articles?
Anything will do, even the White House :laugh:
Not sure what "far more" is to you, but it was only about $2K more for me. In my mind, "far more" would be at least twice that 5.7%...Its a good thing to be included on the list, but I do think that it is funny that most owners paid far more than $35,000 for their Q3. That is where they get you in the luxury car segment. Here's the price, but then you have to add in all the options, and by options I mean things that you are kinda expecting to have in your car anyway.
Fair enough. There is variance about how much people are paying though. Some are quite close to $35k while others are quite a bit higher in price.Not sure what "far more" is to you, but it was only about $2K more for me. In my mind, "far more" would be at least twice that 5.7%...