It makes it so hard to compare evenly when the numbers are always different at different dealers. Have you got a competing bid yet?
Other questions you should be able to answer here:
-Is this a BRAND NEW car or a demo type vehicle?
-Are the miles allotted really enough for you? (I know it's enough for me;-)
-Is this the car you REALLY (@ this equipment level, color, NAV) want? I don't need nav or the 30gb hard drive, I like to stream music.
If you go back into negotiations with this dealer, work with him on the lip spoiler option, and dig into them about the servicing of the car (loaner car, free check ups, full tank of gas, whether they have the equipment and knowledge to service YOUR car, and whether they have parts for you, etc)
I worked at a car dealer for years and I would always stress the service dpt to customers because I wanted them to be happy with the whole ownership experience and to know we care about their business AFTER the sale, and our customer service proves it.
I know all this might be moot as this may not be your closest dealer, but it's good to know nonetheless.
BOTTOM LINE, I think this is a decent deal, but I agree with you, miles may need to go up for it to be a great deal.
edit: I agree with Bonaire, work on getting the retail price down first... then look at other details.
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