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GMC Yukon, SUV
#137 of 176 2005 Yukon SLT Loaded
Dec 23, 2004 (6:41 pm)
This vehicle has a MSRP of 45,748. Was quoted 36,854 after dealer discount, rebates, etc. After my GM card of $2500, it drops the price to 34,354. Supposedly it was $500 above invoice.
We were really wanting to buy a 2004 but this seems better. Does the price we were quoted seem reasonable?
How much are extra headphones? We get two but probably want 2 more. Ask the dealer to throw them in????
#138 of 176 Re: 2005 Yukon SLT Loaded [stlouie99]
Jan 05, 2005 (12:23 pm)
Are you looking to get 2 more headphones as spares, or are you planning to use one or both in addition to the two existing ones? I ask because I've wondered if it's possible to have more than two headphones going at the same time, given that (IIRC) the RSE wireless headphone setup is 2-channel, meaning that up to two headphones can receive a signal from the transmitter at the same time; or, am I misunderstanding what is meant by "2-channel?
Regardless--as far as whether the dealer will throw in an extra pair or two...my guess is probably not, given that they list for $73.08 each...but then again, if the dealer can get near-sticker price for the vehicle out of you, they may very well throw them in.
#139 of 176 Re: 2005 Yukon SLT Loaded [tdoh]
by Kirstie@Edmunds HOST
Jan 05, 2005 (12:37 pm)
I don't have a Yukon, but my Chrysler T&C came with 2 headphones for the rear entertainment system, and we were able to get another set. They're also 2-channel, and they all work simultaneously.
I wouldn't expect them for free, but they might go buy one, get one
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#140 of 176 2005 Chevy Tahoe price
Jan 18, 2006 (3:17 pm)
We are looking at a 2005 Tahoe Z71 4X4 with the sun and sound package. It has been driven by the dealer (7000 miles) but has never been titled. I know that Chevy has a $8000.00 incentive for 2005. The dealer is asking $35500. What would be a good deal and how do I figure that? Do I take the $8000 off the $35500?
#141 of 176 New Vehicle Purchase APRs??
Jan 22, 2007 (3:51 pm)
Can anyone list any promotional APRs they may have received lately on the Yukon? Is there anything out there or is it just on the 06? Thank you in advance.
Jan 26, 2007 (5:24 pm)
new 2007 yukon denali AWD with nav, ent. pkg, rear view camera, heated wheel, sunroof for 49,900 before the 1750 rebate. MSRP 53510
#143 of 176 Re: good deal? [drjmak1]
Mar 03, 2007 (8:46 pm)
black/black 2007 Denali with everything (including 20" wheels) but not heated wheel. Got them to throw in a chrome gas cover.
$46K flat out the door.
#144 of 176 Re: good deal? [stltiger]
Mar 10, 2007 (6:35 am)
where was this? ill come right now and buy
#145 of 176 Re: good deal? [drjmak]
Mar 10, 2007 (8:38 am)
Lou Fusz in St. Louis, MO. $46K was with 74 miles on it and was a car show event special. Short version Denali, not the XL but still a good deal.
Mar 20, 2007 (1:17 pm)
I am in Denver, CO, looking at a new 2007 Denali with Rear entertainment and Blue/Green paint option for $39,600(includes dealer fees)before taxes. Sound good????