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Buying for Export

Discussion in 'Canada Stinger Forum' started by thethunderbird, May 2, 2019.

  1. thethunderbird

    thethunderbird United States Member

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    Hi all, I'll be buying a Stinger in the coming months to export to the US. I'm a Canadian citizen living in the US. I've got the import details all sorted, so now I just need to find the right GT Limited.

    Since it effectively doesn't matter where I buy the car from (as it's going to be put on a truck anyway) I'm having a hard time figuring out where to start. Dealers in Canada seem to be very opaque about what they can do for pricing. I've contacted a few that have cars listed with dealer discounts who suddenly raise the price, say that car is sold but another is available (at MSRP), etc.

    The best idea I have so far is to find a dealer who is offering competitive pricing and then shop that with other dealers. But I have no idea where to start. There seems to be little information online about which dealers in Canada are offering the biggest discounts. Does anyone have any recommendations?
     
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  2. Clearly Canadian

    Clearly Canadian Canada Stinger Enthusiast

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    Buy from Alberta... Only 5% tax.
     
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  3. thethunderbird

    thethunderbird United States Member

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    If I'm exporting the car, I won't have to pay the PST (or can get it refunded) no matter where I buy it. West is better, though, as the car will end up in California.

    Any dealer recommendations in AB? Advice on how much of a discount I can get? I see that Kia West Edmonton has five 2018's that they may want to unload.
     
  4. Clearly Canadian

    Clearly Canadian Canada Stinger Enthusiast

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    They will all try to game you. Best approach is for you to make them compete against each other for your business. Avoid getting emotionally attached and have no loyalty.
     
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