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#655 of 767 2009 Silverado Texas Edition
Mar 03, 2009 (7:22 pm)
I am in Arlington Texas and went to Vandergriff Chevy to find a new truck. The first one I looked at I fell in love, it was a silver 2009 silverado 1500 crew cab texas edition. I saw the sticker and almost passed out. It has the cloth interior and the 5.7 litre with the flex fuel option. Overall a bad azz looking truck, chrome door handles, mirrors, wheels, gauge covers etc... Sticker was $34,998 which I thought was weird but said 3k rebate which made it 31,998 right. I had a trade in which I owed 5,300 on and they gave me $6,500 cause I told them I owed at least 6k so I made $1,200 right there. TT&L was $1,850 roughly. Extended warrenty was $14 extra a month roughly $1,800 over all or something close to that. Which would have brought the Total OVERALL price to $35,648. After all said and done I signed the line at final price of 31,253 with a $1,200 check coming to me because the have to send me the rest of the amount after they pay the trade-in off. That pays for a year of insurance which is 649$ a year full coverage through Standard Insurance. Yes that leaves me with $551.00 in my pocket after all said and done and I could'nt be happier, I LOVE THIS TRUCK. Hope everybody has the experiance I did, email with any questions please. I have pics of my truck and am getting Magnaflow muffler putting on Saturday.
#656 of 767 '09 Silverado 1500 Crew Cab Z71 in Albany, NY
May 06, 2009 (6:23 am)
Just figured I'd post my buying experience in case it helped anyone else out. Shopped around a LOT here in upstate, NY--seems to be a bad time to buy a big truck because the gas prices are lower and they're moving them like hot-cakes.
Anyway, after a lot of research and dickering with dealers, the best we could get was exactly invoice price from Fuccillo Chevrolet in East Greenbush, NY (DeNooyer and DePaula would not go less than $500 over invoice--downstate, closer to Manhattan, was even worse).
'09 Silverado 1500 LT Crew Cab Z71 off-road in Blue Granite Metallic. 5.3 V-8. Chrome running boards, soft tonneau cover, multi-zone electronic heat/air, rear-window defogger, radio controls on steering wheels, Stabilitrak, cloth bench seats, nice center console, Bluetooth/XM radio, chrome grille, etc.
pathetic trade-in on a '98 Silverado--but didn't want to try to sell this thing by ourselves--170,000 miles, some rust, check engine light on, non-working tailgate.
Invoice : $35,754 (price paid)
Trade in: -$2500
So total without tax that we owed was $27,871.50
And the tax (at least here in NYS) can be written off on your taxes if you purchase a new car in '09. So that's a pretty good chunk--$2660.32 to write off.
Hope that helps...and I hope we didn't get ripped off!!!!
#657 of 767 towing w/ 6.0 2002 1500HD ??
Jun 05, 2009 (8:47 am)
I HAVE 2002 1500HD 6.0 I HAVE ADDED A HYPERTYCH PROGRAMMER// CHANGED THE 3.73 GEARS TO 4.56 // RUNNING 285/75/16 TIRES AND I STILL AM HAVING TOUBLES TOWING A MEASLEY 6800 LB RV TRAILER. WHY???
SHOULD I TRY A HIGH FLOW CAT CONV AND NEW AIR INTAKE??
#659 of 767 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD Ext Cab LT
Jun 12, 2009 (8:30 am)
My quote on the above truck is
MSRP - $36,320
Price - $*28,767
that looks nice to me before even talking to them. How much lower do you think they can go? I really want to get the best deal possible (who doesn't) this is in Wisconsin. Anybody eles purchased a Silverado recently and willing to share their price?
#660 of 767 Pretty quiet
Jun 24, 2009 (1:06 pm)
Anyone purchase a new Silverado lately? It's pretty quiet in here.
#661 of 767 Re: Pretty quiet [gf2020]
Jun 24, 2009 (5:52 pm)
I bought one on April 13 but none since.
#662 of 767 Re: Pretty quiet [gf2020]
Jun 27, 2009 (8:01 pm)
Yeah I bought an 09 Crew cab 2500 HD 4x4 LT, Duramax/ Allison.
MSRP was 50,945.
Invoice was about $46,500
After 3500 cash back plus 2000 GM Card money.
I paid $41,345. I felt that wasn't too bad.
Jul 03, 2009 (9:40 pm)
I bought a 2009 Silverado on 06/30/09. Got the 2WD Crew LTZ with 20" wheels, sunroof, power sliding rear glass, 6 disc in-dash, and step bars. Summit White, tan interior demo with 6,800 miles. MSRP $41,745. Got 11K off, paid $30,745 plus TTL plus $810 for extended warranty. Brian Harris Chevrolet in Baton Rouge.
#664 of 767 Work Truck - Delivery use
Jul 05, 2009 (6:36 pm)
Bought this for delivery use in my small business.
2009 Silverado, Regular Cab, Long Bed, V-6, Auto, Cruise & Radio/CD. White with Grey Vinyl
Build date 1/2009 so these prices are pre '09 price increase(guessing 4 %)
MSRP with freight $ 21,060, Invoice 19,622.67, Dealer net price 19,826.32
less Loyalty cash(from GM) -1,000
less Rebate (from GM) -1500
less GM Card(from GM) - 3279.15 (had to buy in my name which was bad, they've
gotten more stringent on use)
plus Tax & title(from Gov.) 673.68
Out the door 14,720.85
Not a great deal but got burn't out after several days of going back and forth with several dealers. Learned a lot though. Would zero in on which 2 dealers that had suitably equiped truck in stock and get vin then call sales manager and ask for best out the door price on that vin # truck. I probably could have gotten couple hundred more off. But finding the pre price increase inventory softened the over invoice price.
All four dealers that played quoted same +- 100 for same package with cruise. Could have gotten same unit but less cruise for 600-700 less at one dealer. But had to have that stupid factory cruise. I knew since was buying in my name I'd drive it personally till next tax year and hate not having cruise. Particularly with v-6.
LIke these new ones better than the classic '06(5.3l ext cab) we have. Also have '01 F150 V-6 whose performance proved we could work with v-6 in full size truck.