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Hi,

what's the general consensus on pricing for a new QV? I talked to two dealers on the west coast (vegas and LA) and they wanted a $15K mkt adjustment, but might be willing to go lower. I know the mkt is crazy, but not too long ago they were giving $10-15K off...

Probably just better off waiting since a QV is going to be a 4th car and just a toy...
 

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Hi,

what's the general consensus on pricing for a new QV? I talked to two dealers on the west coast (vegas and LA) and they wanted a $15K mkt adjustment, but might be willing to go lower. I know the mkt is crazy, but not too long ago they were giving $10-15K off...

Probably just better off waiting since a QV is going to be a 4th car and just a toy...
Talk to Alfa Romeo of Strongsville OH.
 

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At least in SoCal, Russell Westbrook Alfa tends to be the most aggressive with pricing. They have 9 QVs on the lot now. Have you spoken with them?
 

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At least in SoCal, Russell Westbrook Alfa tends to be the most aggressive with pricing. They have 9 QVs on the lot now. Have you spoken with them?
Yes they said $15k…I’ll try again.

I did talk to Strongsville late last year but never ordered….now it would be almost here…ohh well
 

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Yes they said $15k…I’ll try again.

I don’t lakes to Strongsville late last year but never ordered….now it would be here…ohh well
Some guy on Reddit recently got a new Montreal Green QV and said he paid full sticker but no markup. I don't recall his location. Keep calling around I guess.
 

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Hi,

what's the general consensus on pricing for a new QV? I talked to two dealers on the west coast (vegas and LA) and they wanted a $15K mkt adjustment, but might be willing to go lower. I know the mkt is crazy, but not too long ago they were giving $10-15K off...

Probably just better off waiting since a QV is going to be a 4th car and just a toy...
Just wait it out. It's either a $15k mkt adjustment now or let the mkt adjust by $15k in a year or so. I have a friend in the mkt for a QV & I told him to wait.
 

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My local Alfa dealer has a QV in Ocra GT for $1k off of MSRP. Omaha, NE. This dealer doesn't seem to be doing much for upcharging which is refreshing.
 

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My local Alfa dealer has a QV in Ocra GT for $1k off of MSRP. Omaha, NE. This dealer doesn't seem to be doing much for upcharging which is refreshing.
Just looked it up on their website. The way the car is spec'd, it should be $88,125 to begin with.

Personally I'd skip the carbon roof and Sparco seats. Saves like $5,500 bucks.
 

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There are two QVs within 250 miles of Cincinnati. 2022's. No 2021's at all. One in transit to the dealership and the other one at the dealership. One Alfa Red ($81.9K) and one Alfa Red Etna ($84.3K). I am positive that some discounts can be negotiated.
 

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Thanks,

I’m really looking for Red and Sparco’s with the assumption that they give a few inches of extra room for the rear occupants….

maybe Misano blue, but over the past15 years all of our cars have been red….
 

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Thanks,

I’m really looking for Red and Sparco’s with the assumption that they give a few inches of extra room for the rear occupants….

maybe Misano blue, but over the past15 years all of our cars have been red….
I think you’re going to have a really hard time finding Sparcos on a dealer ordered car.
 

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I'm a new member, and recently signed to buy a 2021 QV (low mile, used dealer car). During that search I found a few 2022s that are being slightly discounted ($1k-2k) off sticker with Alfa special discounts ending 1/31/22 and even a little bit extra ($1k or so) to close the deal....remember it is winter and snowing in the NE, so selling a 500hp sedans on sticky summer tires is a challenge. There are afew 2022 QVs online that are coming soon, even those are being advertised with these modest discounts.

There are a few 0 - 10k mile 2021's on the mkt in the mid $70's up to sticker...dealers have started discounting as the new 2022's begin trickling in.
 

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I'm a new member, and recently signed to buy a 2021 QV (low mile, used dealer car). During that search I found a few 2022s that are being slightly discounted ($1k-2k) off sticker with Alfa special discounts ending 1/31/22 and even a little bit extra ($1k or so) to close the deal....remember it is winter and snowing in the NE, so selling a 500hp sedans on sticky summer tires is a challenge. There are afew 2022 QVs online that are coming soon, even those are being advertised with these modest discounts.

There are a few 0 - 10k mile 2021's on the mkt in the mid $70's up to sticker...dealers have started discounting as the new 2022's begin trickling in.
For the northern dealers trying to sell a super sedan with summer tires, they should offer at least a winter tire/rim package as a more of an incentive to buy from them. Of course, have that included in the price, saves the potential customer a few grand for sure and makes the whole deal look better. I know local Mazda dealers have this offer on their new models and it does get more people in their doors.
 

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Yes, Russell Westbrook told me same thing, 15k over msrp, after 10 min of conversation, price came down to MSRP. I want to buy one, but I'm not even considering MSRP, quad will be my 4th car too, I just want to own one, but not in hurry, so I'll wait till end of the year, i'm sure market will turn in coming months and soon it'll be much better for buyers to ask for more discount.
 

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Thanks,

I’m really looking for Red and Sparco’s with the assumption that they give a few inches of extra room for the rear occupants….

maybe Misano blue, but over the past15 years all of our cars have been red….
Personally I'm not a fan of Misano on Giulias. That's not an Italian car color.
 

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I'm a new member, and recently signed to buy a 2021 QV (low mile, used dealer car). During that search I found a few 2022s that are being slightly discounted ($1k-2k) off sticker with Alfa special discounts ending 1/31/22 and even a little bit extra ($1k or so) to close the deal....remember it is winter and snowing in the NE, so selling a 500hp sedans on sticky summer tires is a challenge. There are afew 2022 QVs online that are coming soon, even those are being advertised with these modest discounts.

There are a few 0 - 10k mile 2021's on the mkt in the mid $70's up to sticker...dealers have started discounting as the new 2022's begin trickling in.
Isn't that the same principle as selling clothing one season ahead. I'm sure there are people who buy their dream car even in the winter. But I agree a winter package would be an extra incentive and they can probably make money off of it
 
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