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#258 of 297 Re: TrailBlazer Lease a Good Deal? [texxmexx]
Apr 23, 2007 (6:39 pm)
Don't go for the 2WD!! Did you forget the WNY winter already?
I also live in WNY. Last week I leased a 2007 LS model with equipment group 2, power seat, and sun/sound/entertainment pkg. MSRP was 30,360 and sale price was 28,490 ($1870 discount) There was $5700 in hidden/unadvertized lease rebates available in addition to the discount. This included the GMAC lease cash, conquest, and a couple of other rebates as well.
The residual is 18,413 which must be heavily incentivized by GMAC because I know that number is way out of line with what the truck will actually be worth in three years.
All said, it came to $219.61 per month (39 months/10,000 mi. per year) with everything included...first payment, security, plates, tax, etc. I didn't put a penny down except for the fact that I redeemed $2,500 from my GM credit card card to cover the taxes and fees.
This deal also included one year of complimentary oil changes.
Shop around. Call Shults Chevrolet in Jamestown. I believe they are running this deal through the end of the month. www.shultsauto.com has their inventory and the TV clip for the current Trailblazer promo.
May 01, 2007 (9:36 am)
I am looking into a TB SS lease. Can anyone give me any insight into current residuals and/or pricing that they have been able to obtain? I'm looking in the 24 - 36 month range.
#261 of 297 Trailblazer ss Lease
May 05, 2007 (8:18 pm)
Hi I am in the michigan area and am looking to lease a 2007 trailblazerss. Just wondering a good price to pay and any suggestion what dealers to go to to get the best deal. I was looking at a 2wd 1ss kinda want to be about $300mnth
#262 of 297 Trailblazer SS lease
May 07, 2007 (5:46 pm)
Looking to lease an 07 trailblazer awd ss. 27/39 months are both options with 12,000 or 15,000 per year. I'm also looking to put zero down with only fees due at signing with payments around $300-320 per month. Any suggestions on selling prices to aim for and dealerships in my city? I live in the SF bay area. Thanks
#263 of 297 Re: Trailblazer SS lease [alchemist25]
May 07, 2007 (5:59 pm)
Just out of curiousity, other than you "want" to pay $300-$320 a month with no cap reduction, how did you reach that figure? If "want" is the prime criteria, I "want" to lease a 2007 Maybach for $300 to $320 a month. Even if you get the TB SS for $30k all in, and if your leasing rate is 50% less than the going rate for 800+ fico score customers, you're still in the high $300 for a lease.
#264 of 297 Re: Trailblazer SS lease [luigisdad]
May 08, 2007 (10:42 pm)
I reached that number figuring in my $3,200 GM earnings that im putting towards initial fees, taxes and first months payment... My fico score isn't 800 but its pretty f'n close...Stewarts in Colma has contacted me with the best quote so far...$29,500 for an awd ss. Its not the color I want but it'll do.
#265 of 297 Re: Trailblazer SS lease [alchemist25]
May 08, 2007 (10:57 pm)
O.K., so to clarify, even though there's no cap reduction and $0 down, in reality, you'll be taking $3,200 off. Now, that makes some sense. $29,500 for an AWD SS is a really good price. What kind of leasing rate are they quoting you? GMAC is not the greatest -- if you have a great relationship with your bank, often you can beat GMAC's leasing rate. Also, are there any available rebates? When rebates are really good, an alternative to straight out leasing is a sale-leaseback. Where you enter into an agreement with a 3rd party leasing company that you'll buy the car, and then instantly sell the car to the leasing company who will then lease it back to you. That way, you take advantage of the rebate. I heard that there are $4k rebates out there for the SS.
#266 of 297 Re: Trailblazer SS lease [luigisdad]
May 15, 2007 (2:57 pm)
Hello, could someone explain saleleaseback and what the names of 3rd party leasing companies are, and how that helps you take advantage of a rebate? I guess you mean if you deal with GMAC in a lease, they will not give you the rebate?
#267 of 297 Looking to Lease 2007 Chevy Trailblazer
May 21, 2007 (8:34 pm)
My current GMAC Lease of a 2005 Trailblazer 4x4 LT ends in 3 weeks. My current lease is a two-year lease with 24,000 miles total allowance. I negotiated a deal where I paid the entire two-year lease upfront. This was $7,000 and included the sales tax for a two year lease. Today I went back to my dealer and for the exact same truck but a 2007 they now want $14,000 for the same lease or $598 a month. I told them there was no way the vehicle prices could change that much. They said they were surprised as well.
Like to have a 2007 Trailblazer, LT, 4x4, LT Group 2 package and convenience package, MSRP $33,830. TWO year lease, total 24,000 miles (20,000 miles ok too), no monthly payments, full 24 month upfront paid. What should I expect to pay for something like this?
Many thanks in advance!