Test drove a white 2016 today. 2 liter turbo. I liked it but I refused to pay $300 document fee. Maybe they will call me later in the week when they come to their senses. We agreed on $15,900. It has 19k miles.
Hold your ground Rick on that Doc Fee, A lot of dealerships have stated that the Doc Fee is vital in cars sales. If no other customers is interested in that car, in 24 to 48 hours expect that call. The last 4 cars I have bought the Doc Fees have been waved. Nice car BTW I test drove one back in 2016. The bubble top gives you lots of head room and is very peppy on acceleration. Sounds like a great price considering only 4 years ago the asking price was double of what you're offering. GLOP.