Side Exterior View - 2010 Volkswagen Touareg 4-door VR6Enlarge Photo
The Volkswagen Touareg occupies a strange niche, and buyers don't seem to know what to make of it. With its sporty driving dynamics, upscale interior and long feature list, it could easily have been sold as an Audi product. Unfortunately, it's priced like one -- and not many Americans have been willing to pay an Audi-like price for something with a VW badge on it. That's one reason that, if you're in the market, you should consider talking to a Volkswagen dealer. TrueCar.com says dealers are more willing to negotiate price on the Touareg than on most other SUVs this month. Many are still selling it for close to sticker price. But some are willing to come down significantly. You might not score a deal, but your odds are better with this than with most other SUVs this month -- and if you can talk a dealership down, you'll love owning this thing. One last tip -- dealers are most willing to flex on the price of the TDI model.