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GMC Yukon XL, SUV
#111 of 133 Re: GMC Yukon XL/Chevy Suburban: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [kirstie_h]
Nov 21, 2006 (12:35 pm)
I recently bought a 2004 Yukon XL SLT with 17,900 miles. I think I got a pretty good deal on it but I am concerned with the mileage:engine hours ratio. At 17,900 the engine hours read 744, which gives you an average of 24 MPH. I don't know if there is such a thing as and national average
but 24 MHP seems pretty low. I know it's tough to screw with the odometer and if I didn't have the hour meter it would not have occurred to me. Any comments please.
#112 of 133 Re: GMC Yukon XL/Chevy Suburban: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [edlegue]
Jan 25, 2007 (6:18 pm)
I wouldn't worry about it.
My 03 burb has something like 86K with 2700 hours on the engine, works out to 31 MPH average. I know mine has seen a lot of highway miles, but those are cancelled out by sitting in traffic a stop lights, driving in the city, sitting in your driveway with engine running etc.
Like you said without the hour meter you'd never even be concerned about this issue.
#113 of 133 good price?
Jan 26, 2007 (5:23 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
#114 of 133 Re: good price? [drjmak1]
Mar 03, 2007 (7:39 pm)
If you check the MSRP of this vehicle in edmunds (or at gmc.com), it is $56025. So I am just curious where did you get the number 53510. May be you dont have all the options that you listed. Could you list it one more time? I am looking for the same vehicle as this. So I am just curious about what is the price that I can get.
#115 of 133 Re: good price? [esacul]
Mar 10, 2007 (6:32 am)
this is for the reg. denali not the xl. if u price it out its 53510 on gmc.com">link title
#116 of 133 2007 Yukon SLT-2 4SB Pricing & Rebates
May 17, 2007 (6:30 am)
1.Does anyone know if you pay taxes in TX before or after the rebate ?
2.Who here has access to a Dealer Invoice or GM employee site ?
#117 of 133 Yukon Denali XL
Jul 30, 2007 (9:36 am)
Has anyone bought a Yukon Denali XL recently? I found one with an old build date that the dealer is offering for $10k off MSRP without junk add-ons. I'm deciding if I should run over there or wait for the deals to get sweeter...
Aug 26, 2007 (8:46 am)
local dealer advertising in the paper this morning, '07 xl denali, $10,681 off msrp.
similarly, not sure whether to jump on it, or wait to see if deals and/or financing offers get sweeter by end of year...
#119 of 133 Are the Suburban and Yukon XL the same vehicle?
Sep 01, 2007 (8:55 am)
They look like the same vehicle when I line up the specs, but it seems like Yukons are about $1,500--$2,000 less expensive. Please help. Thanks.
#120 of 133 Rebate and Extra "Old Age" Cash
Sep 02, 2007 (6:07 pm)
Right now, there's a $2000 consumer rebate, and on top of that, if it's old stock (as a lot are, it's just pick and choose to find one), there's either another $2000 from GM (invoiced between 11/12/06 and 1/10/07) OR an extra $4000 cash from GM (invoiced between 12/1/05 and 11/11/06).
Of course, if you've already looked on Edmunds, you've probably seen this, but it's worth mentioning again, especially with people getting larger and larger discounts. Typical going rate (sans rebates) should immediately be invoice or around $500 or so under that (depends on the actual holdback and how badly they really want it gone), then minus any of the extra cash.
There actually seems to be quite a few of them nationwide that have been sitting long enough to get even the bigger $4000 extra old age cash, at least based on dealer ads. And even if not old, there's still an enough of an '07 abundance (at least in most parts) that dealers are doing all that they can as usual to get them out.