Last post on Sep 13, 2013 at 10:46 AM
You are in the Prices Paid - Buying & Leasing Experiences
What is this discussion about?
GMC Yukon Denali, GMC Yukon, SUV
#169 of 238 I think this is a good deal, so I bought it
Dec 26, 2008 (11:32 am)
In florida, 2008 Yukon SLT w/4sa package in silver with titanium leather trim and captains chairs with the 5.3L Flex Fuel V8 OHV 16V FI Engine for $31,400 out the door. We have 6% sales tax so you can adjust backwards for comparison we are right where other people pay. Apparently two weeks ago they got another incentive package from GMC (according to my dealer), he said I could wait, but there are very few SLT's w/ captain's chairs left in inventory (captain's chairs were my wife's deal breaker), but he still had lots of 2wd SLE in cloth and lots of Denalis.
#170 of 238 Price on 2008 Tahoe with LT1?
Dec 29, 2008 (9:10 am)
I am wondering what sort of price I could get on a 2008 Tahoe with LT1 with a few options. Something with MSRP around $34k. I am wondering if I could pick one up new for $23k or so. I would think after the Red Tag price and $8000 customer cash, I should be able to find something. Any thoughts? Thanks!
#171 of 238 Re: Price on 2008 Tahoe with LT1? [formulavee]
Dec 29, 2008 (1:08 pm)
Keep it simple. With everything that's going on, I think I'd shoot for around $5K under invoice, negotiate from there............
#172 of 238 Buy new vs. trade in
Dec 30, 2008 (6:08 pm)
I am itching to take advantage of good pricing on an 08/09 XL either SLT or Denali but am concerned about what i will get on my trade. i currently have a 2006 black Denali with 36k and am afraid i will get low-balled on the trade in. KBB shows $20K for tradein...even though i got it for less than $40k originally, 50% depreciation in 2 years stinks and i'm not going to give GM a lot more for the same truck that only gets 15 mpg. any thoughts out there?
#173 of 238 Re: Buy new vs. trade in [lexlan]
Jan 07, 2009 (8:19 am)
That's a bit of a tough call. You can drop it in the paper or Craig's list and sell it yourself. But on the trade your paying tax(at least in Ohio) on the difference so the question becomes, "Can I sell it for that much more myself to make it worth it?"
#174 of 238 Suburban/Yukon XL
Jan 10, 2009 (11:42 am)
We have 3 small boys, a dog and seem to always have a bunch of gear on trips. We have never been SUV people, always foreign wagons. We rented a Suburban last summer on a trip and I love it. The gas mileage was better than expected, managing the right foot and the cylinder de activation on the highway makes a huge difference.
Now our lease on our volvo wagon is close to coming to an end. I am thinking Suburban/Yukon XL. What should we truly be paying? Is a 2009 better than a 2008? The 2009 do have the 6 speed, that has to help highway miles.
Any advice to a SUV rookie would be appreciated.
#175 of 238 09 rebates?
Jan 14, 2009 (5:01 pm)
Does anyone have any idea if they will up the rebates for the 09 Denalis stating in Feb? I am trying to decide whether or not to pull the trigger on an 08 with all of the rebates that isn't quite what I wanted or wait and see what they do when these incentives expire. As of now the 08 models have 9K in rebates compared to 4K for the 09 models. I would rather have the 09 but just wasn't sure what was going to happen. Any predictions?
#176 of 238 Re: 09 rebates? [btshaw4]
Feb 08, 2009 (10:37 am)
Any updates on Feb pricing? I saw a sign in the window of a Denali in early January at the local dealership that said $18K off MSRP, but based on the rebates I'm seeing and the markup from invoice to MSRP, I don't know what other components get to an $18K off price. Anyone with a recent purchase, please share how much off MSRP you ended up at before TTL or trade-in. thanks
#177 of 238 Starting point for negotiating on an 09 Yukon SLT
Feb 14, 2009 (6:47 pm)
The SLT's equipped the way I want are stickering for about $53k. I test drove one a couple weeks ago and they cut right to the chase with a "buy it today price" of about $45k (included $4000 in incentives) - I was ready to make the move so I didn't negotiate.
They're now offeing 0% financing on top of the $4000 incentive. If I walk in Monday morning ready to buy, where do I start the negotiations?
How much lower will they go than the $45K
#178 of 238 Re: Starting point for negotiating on an 09 Yukon SLT [cashman5]
Feb 16, 2009 (8:13 am)
My local dealer is now showing $10k off plus 0/60 on Yukons. They are so hurting for sales, that they're making money-losing deals just to give their staffs something to do.