What? The price on a bare bones coupe is $25,670, and it can be purcahsed for much less. Also, I'd like to see your source which states that the cheapest option is $6000.Beavis said:Bare bones with no options at all is around 29,000. Add ANYTHING and you'll be at around 35,000.
Assuming you get metallic paint, the MSRP of that car is $32,105. Invoice is $29903. Unless you find a dealer with a large inventory which includes a car with these options you won't be purchasing it for $28,000. I think $26,000 is out of the question, unless you are buying one of the cars from the recent dealer incentive program where they got a $4000 rebate for placing the cars in demo or loaner status.jin said:im thinkin 26000~28000 includin heated front seats,leather, cd changer,
c2, c4, auto transmission...
wut do u guys think? possible? xP