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Chevrolet Malibu, Chevrolet Malibu Maxx, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
#734 of 775 3K Rebate
May 09, 2010 (1:48 pm)
Is the $3000 rebate good for leases too?
#735 of 775 Re: 3K Rebate [czcon1]
May 10, 2010 (3:13 am)
When I bought my Malibu, it was only good on purchases. I believe the $3k rebate has ended now anyway.
#737 of 775 what gives?
Jun 25, 2010 (5:09 am)
no posts since may? aren't these cars selling??
#738 of 775 Re: what gives? [ral2167]
Jun 26, 2010 (10:45 am)
welcome to the economy......
Jun 26, 2010 (8:02 pm)
Just purchased this week for $15896 + Tax + Title + Doc. $5,000 in rebates, $1,000 Pontiac Owner, $1,000 GM Card, $3,000 Manufacture's Rebate.
Taupe Grey in color (new color). Bluetooth, Body Side Moldings, Compact Spare Tire, Floor Mats.
We're really enjoying the car. We might have been able to get a gold mist for less ($500-$1000), but for that kind of money we wanted to get what we wanted.
Jul 13, 2010 (1:55 pm)
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#741 of 775 2010 chevy malibu ls
Jul 16, 2010 (8:30 am)
trying to work a deal for a 2010 chevy malibu ls..options are bluetooth,floor mats,and bodyside moldings.msrp is around $22,000.00..-$3000.00 in rebates..i offered $18,000.00 and was refused.iam comparing this car to the 2011 sonata which i think is turning out to be the better deal.
#742 of 775 New 2010 Malibu LT1, paid $14,600
Jul 19, 2010 (2:39 pm)
After all rebates and negotiation, including trading in a beat-up 2003 Saturn Ion with 130,000 miles, the final cost for my Malibu - including tax, tags, destination charges, doc fees, etc. - was just under $14,600. I gave no downpayment, using the trade-in as my downpayment.
Dealership was nice; we started the negotiation at $1,100 UNDER invoice using the AAA buying program, so I was already more than $2K less than MSRP. Then apply $3,000 model rebate, another $1,000 Saturn loyalty rebate, and GM card rebates of more than $2,400, and we were already working at $7,500 under invoice.
Dealership was Porter Chevrolet in Delaware.
#743 of 775 Re: New 2010 Malibu LT1, paid $14,600 [helaurin]
Jul 19, 2010 (4:08 pm)
that is a great price considering i just got a email quote from a local chevy dealer for a 2010 malibu ls for $18,100.00.......