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I dont know what to say.... Maybe its a dealer demo car? 621 miles on it though, I dont know what that may mean...
 

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Q3's are in tight availability. When I went to see my car last week during prep, my dealer didn't have a demo. As my rep had it brought out front so we could have a look, two other sales reps not realizing it was sold had others interested wanting to see it. Our rep had it quickly brought back inside.
 

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When I bought my Q3 in late Nov. the sales guy complained that supply was way behind demand and costing him sales/commission. Then he told me they had three Q3's as loaner cars which drove him nuts.
 

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When I bought my Q3 in late Nov. the sales guy complained that supply was way behind demand and costing him sales/commission. Then he told me they had three Q3's as loaner cars which drove him nuts.
The Q3 I bought was originally supposed to be a loaner too. Since I was specifically looking for the cobalt blue/chestnut with zero inventory in the entire western US, the sales person was able to talk to Audi USA and sell teh assigned loaner as a new car to me.
 

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When I bought my Q3 in late Nov. the sales guy complained that supply was way behind demand and costing him sales/commission. Then he told me they had three Q3's as loaner cars which drove him nuts.
Then why did a few dealers really low balled when I asked about trading my in.

You would have thought they would give me a decent price so they could make a few thousand on my trade and a few thousand on my purchase.

IMO...greedy sob's.
 

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Then why did a few dealers really low balled when I asked about trading my in.

You would have thought they would give me a decent price so they could make a few thousand on my trade and a few thousand on my purchase.

IMO...greedy sob's.
That's how it always is when it comes to trading in a vehicle, they always do their best to low ball you. It works on those that don't know much about cars and just want to get it over with.
 
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