Show them what they offer 400 miles away, I was making a deal for my old CX7 with the salesman, he kept talking as I was searching craigslist on my phone for the same car, same specs only a town away and 3,000 cheaper but not the color that I wanted.
He dropped the price by 2,000 on the spot, 500 more after I said that color wasn't that big of a deal for 1,000 (it really was though, I wanted white vs gray) So I got the color I wanted with better tires for a price I was comfortable with and I didn't have to drive and re-haggle.
It's a business, they want the more they can get out of you, and you want the least that you have to pay out. Figure out a strategy to even the odds. It's business at the end of they day, you're not making friends.
As far as the warranty, there will be no issues, Service is business as well, you take it it for service, say your engine got blow for a defect in metal, Now GM has to pay the bill to replace it, and pay the labor costs. the dealership paid nothing and they earned 15% on whatever the total bill was.
Last edited by Brayan Rosales; 01-22-2017 at 02:29 PM.