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Offline looney


  • Joined: Mar 2007

  • Drives: VW Beetle
Why are you still pursuing this car if it's over priced, can't test drive, no warranty etc.... wouldn't it be better to just do a deal with a dealer or private seller instead

I had actually put it out of my mind but saw they dropped their fixed price yesterday after they were obstinate about their terms when I went.

 Just curious what the deal is with Pickles.  It seems they are selling cars at retail with wholesale conditions.  So I want to know if there's a way I can just get the car wholesale. Or how pickles run their business so I can try swing a deal.

I wanted a white car which is the go with this car. 

But as mentioned above there is one coming in on trade at mini brisbane next month.

Anyway

Retail price - retail protections = good
Wholesale price - wholesale risk = good
Retail price - wholesale risk = not good.




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