So if I see an ad with price for a new JLU that is already on a dealer lot, does/should that price already include the destination charge (which I think is around $1500)? For example if you see a JLU advertised for $40,000, will you show up only to find it is really $41,500 after you find out they are adding the destination charge? I am kind of confused about the destination charge thing because $1500 is a lot of extra cash, and seems to me it should already be part of whatever price the dealership has listed on the vehicle.Destination charge is in the msrp .
10% off "invoice" would be very good , almost unheard of .
But the other "fees" then reduce your discount .
Ever heard of flim flam ? That is identical twin dealers : one named flim and the other named flam .