Weird the website doesn't allow me to post pictures. But anyway, be careful with your MSRP from this place. They changed it!
Last Friday, I had my car dropped there for service, and when I came back for pick up my vehicle, my boyfriend and I were browsing inside the dealership. There was a sold G63 in the showroom caught our attention. While we were checking out the vehicle, at first we were approached by the customer service rep since all the sales were busy at that time. We were told the G63 is one of the most desirable model in Mercedes series, which has a super high demand, limited quantities, and the wait time for getting a vehicle is around 24 months after being put on the waiting list. After few chats, we were ready to leave, then we were approached by another sales named Abe Carranza. We were told if we could pay for $270,000 for the vehicle and we would be not only put on the waiting list immediately, but also get the vehicle faster than the 24 months waiting time guaranteed. We were really curious about the deal, besides the car was really attractive to us, we sat down with Abe for more details, but the high price also rang the alarm since this price is way higher than what we have known from before. We requested for the price break down to understand in more details, and the numbers were really high. We felt a bit suspicious, and after our visit, we went to another Mercedez dealer in town to double check on the price. Surprisingly, we noticed the MSRP options, which should be standardized across Mercedes dealership in Canada, got increased by the sales! We have compared the two quotes, the numbers are different?! G63 AMG SUV MSRP price, which was supposed to be $195,900 (both from other dealer and online) got increased to $215,900! Moreover, the Fright & PDI charges should be around $3000-4000 range also got bumped up to $9995. I am a marketing personal myself, we totally understand this is a special model that has a high demand, and prices vary from dealers to dealers, taken into consideration of future inflation, demand and supply and so on. However, by increasing the MSRP is still not an acceptable practice. We want to share this with everyone who’s planning to buy your vehicle there, make sure to double check your MSRP online or visit the other dealership just to compare. Thanks!