Should i buy new 2015 golf TDI or should i wait for buybacks?

Discussion in 'Mk7 VW Golf, Sportwagen and Audi A3 TDI forums' started by ninja_zx11, May 26, 2017.

  1. ninja_zx11

    ninja_zx11 New Member

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    Hi folks, Need a suggestion.I am thinking to buy 2015 Golf TDI (brand new but 2015 stock) with $5000 off from the sticker price with 0% financing for 5 years.
    But another though coming to my mind is to wait and get a used buyback from VW? Does it make sense? Would buying a used buyback be a better deal/choice than buying a 2015 new (old stock)?Would market be flooded by used buybacks? Please help me to decide.Thanks
     
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  2. DubFamily

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    I'd say new will be your better bet; just make sure to check the tire dates, and all the fluids.

    You have no idea how long it will take for buybacks to start hitting the market...
     
  3. mikeme

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    I would rather be in a used, if nicely treated, vs one that sat around for a couple years.

    these machines like to be used.
     
  4. Christopher Yeager

    Christopher Yeager New Member

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    I would get one, dealership in Cleveland only has 1 TDI Passat left, they had more than 10 at the beginning of the month!!!
    My family was able to pick up 5 TDIs, we're averaging over 40miles to the gallon.
    2 Passats
    2 Jettas
    1 Golf

    They are amazing cars, not a thing wrong with them! My uncle happened to buy a Passat before Dieselgate ; he runs the shit out of it, had it banged up a few times by his son. Doesn't care about it, all because he knows he gets all his money back! Don't buy a buy back, if they ever hit the market, these people still with them are running the piss out of them!
     
  5. Christopher Yeager

    Christopher Yeager New Member

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    Also, its 6 YEARS ZERO FIANANCING. Not 5".
     

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