never rush especially when new, also sometimes if you order a car they give you the car at a lower rate. I personally would look up the invoice price of the car AND options and determine if they are giving you invoice. Sometimes they say they are but they are not.
Also.... invoice is NOT what they pay, they get dealer incentives just like you get incentives off, they dont like to talk about it but they generally do and you can find that out on the internet at well..
I had two dealerships fighting over me, one said X deal and I got it in writing (MUST get it in writing) and I went to the other dealership and they meet it and beat it by 300 bucks.
The issue is they tried to screw me out of 500 bucks but since I had the print out from the other dealer they had to adjust their "figures".
I ended up getting a sticker'ed 2012 V6
at 23,500 out the door for 19,000 due to rebate, 750 off coupon, and them coming off the price.
Invoice was 1000.00 under sticker for mine~