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#724 of 763 Re: 2010 Malibu LTZ [ekin]
Feb 10, 2010 (12:22 pm)
No, 24694 was before TTL, which came out to a littel over 2K additional. I also didn't include the 3,000 in gm card earnings that I used on the deal.
Total OTD for me, after all rebates, gm card earnings and including ttl was 24,100
#725 of 763 Paid $14.7 for brand new 2010 Malibu
Feb 10, 2010 (5:45 pm)
I just purchased a new (40 miles on odometer) 2010 Malibu LS - Stickered at $22.7 - only option was the spare tire,
Paid $14,699. Including TTL and $65 "Doc Fee", out the door for $16,079. Price includes all rebates including the GM card "Top-Off" up to $2,000. I see the same add in paper quite frequently.
Picked it up last Friday 2/5/2010.
#726 of 763 Re: Paid $14.7 for brand new 2010 Malibu [greg777]
Feb 10, 2010 (7:09 pm)
I have GM rebates also -- what is a "Top Off?"
#727 of 763 Re: "top off"
Feb 11, 2010 (10:08 am)
Every now and then (perhaps 2 or 3 times a year), notices are sent out to holders of GM Cards (credit card accounts) that bump up there "earnings" to a higher level.
The most recent one was good for a month or two, an just expired.
Regardless of what your actual earnings were, GM increased the earnings rebate (the "Top Off") up to either $2,000 or $3,000. I have no idea why some cardholders got 2,000 and others 3,000. These were good toward any new GM car, and on top of all other discounts and rebates.
Hope that helps.
#728 of 763 Re: "top off" [greg777]
Feb 11, 2010 (10:20 am)
Thank you -- I must have missed it. Your price is excellent, however.
#729 of 763 More rebates on Malibu
Feb 12, 2010 (10:23 pm)
I was on Chevy's website few months ago and GM was offering 2K off the MSRP right on the website, few weeks later they bumped it up to 2.5K, right now it is 3K.
I am wondering why are they offering these huge discounts, last time i checked on Autonews GM had 120+ days of inventory. Could it be that Malibu is not selling well?
#730 of 763 How much under invoice for a LTZ V6
Feb 19, 2010 (7:42 am)
Any ideas on how much under invoice I should be able to get on a 2010 LTZ V6 before any rebates are added, I can get $5,000 in rebates but wanted to get as much below invoice as possible first.
I am in upstate NY.
#731 of 763 Just Purchased a new 2010 Malibu 1LT
Mar 01, 2010 (10:11 am)
I saw them (2010 Malibus) advertised by local dealer for lease for $199 a month so I checked to see what rebates were. I saw they were $3500. I went to the dealer and they said rebates were $3000 on the Malibu. Then they added that there was another $1000 rebate for high time on lot cars, which meant the oldest 20% of current stock. I went back 1 week later and the car I had in mind was gone. They added a Black granite metallic one (mrsp $24440) to the oldest 20% while I was trying to find one that wasn't white or goldmist.
Armed with my edmunds rebate printout I asked what they could do on the granite LT against invoice. They came back with $1000 off sticker in lieu of the $500 rebate they had no info on and my request for how close to invoice they could come. The total was $5000 off msrp. I accepted and then put my $3455 GM card earnings against their $19440 offer. They hit me with a $199 doc fee. I also have $831 from my Citi driver's edge cc that brings the total before tax and doc fee into the very low $15's. It is my first new vehicle since my '01 Silverado, which still only has 27k miles on it. They had a used '09 LS in the showroom for $18,999, so I am pretty happy getting new instead. Full warranty, etc.
It has the bluetooth sync, power seat, remote start, custom mats, and full size spare and the custom metallic paint. The 6 speed tranny was the upgrade I was willing to go for after I found out about the added $1000 rebate. It adds 3 mpg hwy for a rating of 33.
#732 of 763 internet quote for 2010 malibu ls
Mar 10, 2010 (10:15 am)
just recieved a quote for a 2010 malibu ls sedan.msrp is $22,800.00 and dealer quote is including the $3000.00 rebate in effect is $18,100.00 plus TTT...is this a good price??
#733 of 763 2010 Malibu LTZ
May 06, 2010 (10:31 am)
Recently purchased a new 2010 Malibu LTZ. Options included, sunroof, rear power package, red jewel tintcoat paint, and compact spare tire. Sticker price was $28950. I traded in a 2001 Malibu with 113,000 miles. Used the $3000 GM rebate, $500 car show rebate, $1000 GM private offer rebate, had $3274 earning on my GM Mastercard I used and got $1700 trade-in on the 2001 Malibu. Took the price down to just over $18,000 before I put the first cent down!