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Discussion in 'VF Holden Commodore (2013 - 2017)' started by Super Coach, Jan 20, 2017.
Bravo gentlemen, bravo.
1st July stamp duty goes up $2 every $200. How does that effect everyone's new vehicle?
Employee here, in the past years we just copped the difference. They aren't discounted so a few hundred in stamp doesn't really matter.
Which state? About $700 I suppose. Bugger.
What colours has everyone gone? We've still got 3 manuals and 2 autos that are unsold.
The hype when they were released was crazy, but now it seems like it's died off.
Hi Walfers62, I expect things might heat up again once the LE's start hitting the streets and maybe a few reviews start happening. What $'s is your dealership asking for the MSE's, just as a matter of interest.
Hi Anthony121, I assume you're talking Vic, maybe a reduction in the LCT may offset the Stamp Duty increase for those deliveries after the 1/7.
Yeh possibly, let's hope!
I think we are doing rrp + onroads + 4-5k dealer charges.
Is the Dealership on the North or South side of Canberra?
Sorry, Walfers, bloody auto correcting spelling!!
Yes Victoria. So the dealers have to do a new contract of sale?
Employee of Holden or dealer?
I doubt if the dealers will absorb the difference.
It'll be interesting to see what happens, especially given the HUGE DD mark ups that they imposed, will they really have any excuse not to absorb it?
When I received my Reserve Edition the staff price had actually decreased, so my dealer notified me and passed on the saving, which I was very happy with.
Not all dealerships are the same. Our systems stamp duty is constatly out by 400-500, and I've never had a customer pay the difference.
Sometimes we adjust when the deal is done but in the long run what's a few hundred dollars to keep the customer happy?
Hey Jack-B, what is your expected delivery date?
My manufacture date in the 24th of May, as updated by Holden customer care last week. I do not know how long it will take to get to my dealer!
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