2008 Scion xD for Sale in Orlando, FL

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2008 Scion xD Base Review
by mikevest

Scion

Overall this car was very good. Very fun to drive with the manual trans. Great mileage, comfortable, roomy for a small car. Plenty of power for what wanted. I will by another. Hope they improve the appearance and maybe a bit more power.

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2009 Scion xD Base Used Cars in Kissimmee, FL 34744

Good Deal
$1,026 BELOW
CarGurus IMV of $6,121

Price: $5,095

Mileage: 113,536

Location: Kissimmee, FL 34744

Average time on market: 24 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Color: Gray Description: Used 2009 Scion xD Base for sale - $5,095, 113,536 miles with Steel Wheels
Avg. Dealer Rating: (2 reviews) "Great right on the point ."
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2009 Scion xD Base Used Cars in Longwood, FL 32750

Fair Deal
$181 BELOW
CarGurus IMV of $6,969

Price: $6,788

Mileage: 78,988

Location: Longwood, FL 32750

Average time on market: 24 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Color: Gray Description: Used 2009 Scion xD Base for sale - $6,788, 78,988 miles
Avg. Dealer Rating: (28 reviews) "Spoke to Chris who was more than helpful! Can't wait to get there and drive the SLK! Seems like a nice company to do business with..."
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2009 Scion xD Base Used Cars in Orlando, FL 32807

Fair Deal
$543 ABOVE
CarGurus IMV of $5,452

Price: $5,995

Mileage: 132,714

Location: Orlando, FL 32807

Average time on market: 24 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic Color: Black Description: Used 2009 Scion xD Base for sale - $5,995, 132,714 miles
Avg. Dealer Rating: (3 reviews) "Quick call back, thanks for following up. "
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2009 Scion xD Base Used Cars in Lake Wales, FL 33859

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$974 ABOVE
CarGurus IMV of $6,017

Price: $6,991

Mileage: 116,502

Location: Lake Wales, FL 33859

Average time on market: 24 days Certified Pre-Owned: No Transmission: Automatic Color: Black Sand Pear Description: Used 2009 Scion xD Base for sale - $6,991, 116,502 miles
Avg. Dealer Rating: (14 reviews) "This place conducts business and has the level of customer service and professionalism that is worse than the shady "buy here, pay here" lots you'd see driving through a ghetto... They had a car I was interested in, I live 3hrs away, so I emailed them an offer a over a week ago. They didn't agree, but tried to set up an appointment. I explained that I live 3hrs away, and if we aren't even close on the price it would be a complete waste of time for both parties if we aren't in the same ballpark. Now for the rest of the story keep in mind I've been in the car sales business, and my previous business partner owns a dealership in Pennsylvania where I moved from. I've bought, sold, traded, auctioned, wholesale and done this whole car sales thing, and this is far from my first rodeo!!! So, they start sending me emails daily telling me about all the people they have scheduled coming to see this one single car.(common technique I've just never seen anyone overuse it SO MUCH, to the point my response became "I guess with all these people coming to buy they car, it would be ridiculous of me to drive three hours and expect the car to be there." Well then they explain they couldn't get the people approved, (but if I come their manager is willing to work with me on the price I need, and they are confident they will get me riding in it tomorrow). Well, I hate car salesmen(when they are working) so I avoid them at all costs, and went to look at that car and three others on Sunday(when they are closed and I can make educated decisions without someone breathing down my neck). I decided I liked the car, and wanted it. I then realized they had a clean Autocheck but no Carfax(Autocheck is cheaper and many times doesn't show a car has been wrecked... dealers love it!!!) GUESS WHAT,,,, it HAS BEEN WRECKED, not totaled, but wrecked and still greatly decreases the current value, and future resale or trade in. I now call in explaining that I'll buy the car at my offer, with the stipulation that I can get the car looked at by an Auto body/collision center OF MY CHOICE(they first offered to have their other location look at it for me��� as if that's not a conflict of interest) CHAPTER 2: WORST SALES MANAGER EVER I get a call from the sales manager, explained my offer/terms and that the car is wrecked and that a car that is wrecked DOES NOT fall into the same price and category as cars that are completely clean. This became a the period of the manager explaining he's not in the business of losing money. I totally understand the business is to make money and my offer was completely fair especially considering the car has been wrecked(asking price was $13,9ish I offered $14,700 out the door and had my own tag to transfer) So really I offered to pay almost the full asking price +tax, even after finding out the car had been wrecked... the only thing I wasn't going to pay was the dealer fees, dealer fees are a scam because they really have no way to justify a $699 fee,,,, for nothing.... I would be like me having a retail store and charging a (Store Owners Fee) and then when you asked what it is for I'd say "Well it takes money to run a business, I've got rent, utilities, credit card processing, insurance, maintenance, advertising, and tons of other costs to run a business, your fee is to cover my expenses" lol Well that what profits are for but when I told the sales manager the fees are a scam he said "Well if you've been in the business you'd understand the fees go towards getting the cars cleaned, inspected for safety and other things that cost money" Well yes, that's a business expense, and every business has them, you unfortunately have to pay those, it's a cost of doing business, but it shouldn't be in a secondary fee handed off to the consumer in the in a really shady way. I don't pay a mechanic a "Mechanic Fee" because he needs to pay for a lift, tools, insurance and everything involved with being a mechanic. I don't pay any other business, extra fees, that are more than their asking price because it's a cost of business and is paid for by profits.... It's a scam, it's just more money you are paying for the car,,,,, that isn't included in the asking price,,,, it shouldn't even be legal but is an accepted practice in the auto industry.... Car salesman don't have a bad reputation without reason, they earned it, and continue to earn the scumbag reputation by using scumbag tactics. Long story made long,,,, the sales manager said he'd go crunch numbers and get back with me and see what we could do,,, he never called back. I think he was going for a Grand Slam deal, but I knew too much and figured out the car was wrecked... I even emailed the person who was emailing me multiple times daily and asked why I hadn't heard back and if he was willing to take my offer especially now that I knew the car had been wrecked. She said she'd get right on it and have him get back with me but the car hadn't been wrecked and included the link to the AutoCheck. I sent the link to the Carfax showing it had been and that was the end of communication. I'm not mad I didn't get the car, I'm assuming they know the car had been wrecked, I know too much and that if I took it to a shop of my choice, more things would show up. That or they got an average person that unknowingly paid full price for the car and didn't realize it had been wrecked and might not even notice till it becomes an issue, or they go to sell, or trade it. Buyer Beware"
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