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GMC Yukon Denali, GMC Yukon, SUV
#182 of 238 Re: only 6500 under? [helenb3]
Mar 26, 2009 (8:55 am)
Im already approved with GMAC and just need the right dealership to give me that same 18k off the sticker. What dealership did you use?
#183 of 238 Re: Starting point for negotiating on an 09 Yukon SLT [cashman5]
Apr 06, 2009 (10:59 pm)
Basically, you take the sticker, multiply that by 0.886, that gives you a starting point. Then subtract all the rebates; there are also dealer rebates that they don't advertise, so if they are willing to knock off some even amount, like $2500, it's probably a rebate.
The way things are going no days though, people are getting vehicles for more like 20% off, but the former will give you a good spot so that you won't get too hosed.
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#185 of 238 Used 2008 Denali
Apr 12, 2009 (7:37 am)
These forums are the best!
After one particularly bad snow storm, where I barely made it up a pass in my Acura TL, I'm toying with the idea of a Yukon Denali. I have found a gorgeous white one, fully loaded (dvd, retracting running boards, leather, captain chairs and the larger engine). It has 10,400 miles on it and they are asking $43,000. Based on the posts for the new Denali's, I'm thinking of offering $34,500. Any thoughts?
#186 of 238 2008 Denali Offer
Apr 16, 2009 (2:55 pm)
Hi I am very close to buying a 2008 Yukon Denali. It was a demo and has 7000 miles on it, its MSRP is 56,165, and they offered it to me for 46,500. I did not know whether this is a good deal or whether I should be able to get it for a lower price, and if so what price would be a good deal. Thanks.
#187 of 238 Re: 2008 Denali Offer [dkirkcon]
Apr 23, 2009 (2:18 pm)
BAD DEAL. You could have bought it new for 16-18K off MSRP a few months ago. Book value used is still 10K less than your offer. Check EBay for reference...
#188 of 238 2009 Yukon Denali XL deal from 4/23/09 purchase
Apr 27, 2009 (10:59 am)
$57,175 agreed upon price (basically at invoice minus $100)
$3500 rebate for having a lease with Volvo which expires before 10/31/2009
$1000 cash back
$1000 GM bonus cash
$1500 rebate from my GM credit card
6% Michigan tax
$54,300 (give or take $100) delivered price
Any thoughts? This was purchased in Ann Arbor, Michigan
#189 of 238 2009 Yukon Denali Purchase in MA
May 01, 2009 (12:49 pm)
Sun/Dest/Ent Package, Cooled Seats & Blind Zone for $53,800 Doesn't include 200 doc fee and taxes or rebates and GM card.
I took the 0% financing and applied my GM Card for another $2200.
Loving the Denali and glad I didn't miss a big bump inthe rebates for May.
#190 of 238 Re: only 6500 under? [kwolf1]
May 28, 2009 (6:29 am)
All - thank you for sharing your experiences. Would you include the dealership name? After an initial conversation with my local GMC dealer the Denali MSRP is $57,970.00 and the first pass at a negoitation netted $51,379.00.
#191 of 238 Re: only 6500 under? [kwolf1]
May 28, 2009 (6:44 am)
kwolf1, sorry I took so long getting back to your question. The dealership I used was in Western Oregon. I wont say the name because the 'after sales' service bordered in beligerent and abusive. I turned them in to the owner, GMC direct, and the BBB. After all that I dont feel good about turning any business their way.
But the deal I got wasnt rare at the time (jan09). I had been to 3 other dealers besides this one and had 2 talked down to 44/42k from the 59 with no problems at all.
Im pretty happy with the deal I got though. 59 down to 40 w/o any rebates, refunds, etc etc. Just a straight up drop in the price.
Good luck and I hope you get what youre looking for at the price youre wanting to pay.