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GMC Yukon, SUV
#1 of 176 GMC Yukon/Chevy Tahoe: Prices Paid & Buying Experience
by Kirstie@Edmunds HOST
Aug 01, 2003 (4:54 am)
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#2 of 176 bought yesterday
Aug 01, 2003 (9:20 am)
Austin,Tx. load Tahoe LT 1-SM, with 3rd row, driver conv., side airbags, cargo pkg, sunroof, liftgate, wheel flares, xm radio, towing. drive out 40k.
#3 of 176 Bought Mid June
Aug 02, 2003 (11:34 am)
I bought before all the extra rebates
2003 Tahoe LT, 3 row seat, lift gate, white letter tires. Drive out 32,700.
Aug 03, 2003 (7:05 am)
Dark Green , gray leather, sunroof, all the options,(3rd row not avalible in Z71) $36,700 out the door (without my $21,000 trade in that is.), Stickered just over $42,000. Progressive Chevrolet in Massillon Ohio is where i buy all my cars, very friendly people and willing to sell a WITH rebates.
#6 of 176 2004 Yukon C1500 SLE-too good to be true price
Oct 05, 2003 (12:42 pm)
Seems strange that I am about to buy this beast for $31,162. It has the cloth bench seats, 3rd row seating, 5.3L engine (flex), and does NOT INCLUDE the towing package or the assist-steps. I told the dealer, finance guy, and manager I was just looking at different dealerships. Before I knew it I had them down to offering me invoice price, but that didn't include the $2,500 incentive off the invoice. Somehow they have me believing I have a great deal, though I thought the incentives should be taken off from the invoice + their profit price. The invoice price, according it KBB.com is ~$30,456. The way I figure it, I should offer $500 over that ($30,956) and have them take the incentive from that.
Does that sound correct?
#7 of 176 re: PHARMACYDOCTOR
Oct 17, 2003 (4:59 pm)
You should be able to buy Yukons all day everyday for $200-300 over invoice and keep the rebate for yourself. If you really want to get it cheap, wait a few months until the Nissan Armada starts stealing sales from them...
Dec 27, 2003 (7:35 pm)
price for LT with entertainment package, leather 1SM package, autoride etc 39k tax tags 2k
#10 of 176 Tahoe vs Yukon
Dec 28, 2003 (10:00 pm)
I am considering an '04 Yukon with zero options. Off the base MSRP they've subtracted $445 for deleting bucket seats for a 40/60 bench (which loses the auto air) and cargo doors instead of the liftgate. It lists for $35280.
Assuming I could find one, an identical base Tahoe with added traction control and locking differential would be $280 more. The Yukon also has upgraded exterior paint and trim similar to the Tahoe LT. Just find it interesting as Yukon is considered the upscale brand at GM and is actually a bit cheaper with identical options.