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I live in Hayward, CA. I was on the VW of Hayward website and I happened to see a brand new 2014 VW CC 4dr Sdn DSG Sport PZEV *Ltd for sale. The price was $3,423. So since it was advertised for that price ( I printed out the page), shouldn't I be able to buy it at that price? If it was a mistake, it's not my fault, it's theirs. Am I wrong??
 

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Sorry the world doesn't work like that. Even online websites have the ability to change pricing if you purchase an item at error pricing nowadays. Selling a car for the price of a used 10 year Volkswagen will never fly.

But yeah like Red (Aaron?) said, good luck.

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^ Aaron indeed.

The website had an advertisement at that price, not an enforceable contract. This is not WalMart where they honor mistakenly advertised prices. You would know that if you read the disclosure on the bottom of the page: "All prices, specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Contact dealer for most current information."
 

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^this.
I've found apartments and houses advertised at the wrong price plenty of times.
its an honest mistake. it wouldn't fly in court,so they don't have to honor anything.
 
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