2018 Giulia RWD Ti Sport - Thoughts?

I have been looking across dealers in CA, and here is an intriguing one - would love to get feedback - is this a decent deal?

2018, ALFA, GIULIA, TI RWD SPORT + Sport Package

**MSRP: $50,290
**Selling Price: $41,522.50 (includes $3.75K in rebates)
**Monthly Payment: $480+ tax
**Down Payment: $0
**MSD: 0

**Months: 24
**Annual Mileage: 10,000
**MF: .13 APR
**Residual:(60) $30,174

**Zip Code: 94611
**Leasehackr Score: ** 8.5 years
leasehackr.com/calculator?make=Alfa Romeo&msrp=50290&sales_price=41522.50&months=24&mf=.00015&dp=0&doc_fee=80&acq_fee=595&taxed_inc=0&untaxed_inc=0&rebate=0&resP=61.4&reg_fee=548&sales_tax=9.25&memo=&monthlyTax_radio=true&miles=10000&msd=0

Debating between the above and the $420/mo with no down, and drive offs of 1st Mo+DMV+Fees. MSRP on that car is about $45K.

I have also been quoted by another dealer $7K off a $47K MSRP 2017 before incentives and rebates, with rebates it would be about $10,250 off $47K.


2017 should be at least 12k off like mine was, $46140 MSRP for $34140.

I’m looking at new 2017 Giulia Ti w/Lusso. MSRP $47,450
Currently at $11750 total off (dealer discount + all incentives) - mostly done via email.
Standard RV/MF/fees

My target (based off these forums) was another $450 off.
Sales rep says (3 times) won’t go 1 penny more. Not even while I was there with checkbook in hand and offered to split remaining 450 (so $250 more from dealer and I sign).
Haven’t met/spoken directly to sales manager.

Anyone have some advice on trying final effort to eek out a bit more?
Was considering waiting until closer to month’s end (and hope nobody else buys the car).
Anyone think making final offer mid-week vs weekend might help?

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