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Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Chevrolet Silverado 1500HD, Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD, Chevrolet Silverado 1500 SS, Chevrolet Silverado 2500, Chevrolet Silverado 3500, Truck
#679 of 767 Re: 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD Crew Cab LT1 6.0L [cbrooksher]
Jan 15, 2010 (6:31 am)
Is that $39k before rebates? If so, that's a bit over 10%, which is excellent. If it's after rebates, not good. The rebates are anywhere between $3500 and $5k.
If it's $39k then rebates and some GM point or the topoff you're at $10k+ off.
I'm still annoyied about not getting the topoff. I don't qualify for it because I have $5K+ in points. So I have a lower redemption allowance than someone who got the topoff. makes alot of sense.
#680 of 767 Re: 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD Crew Cab LT1 6.0L [asylum575]
Jan 15, 2010 (6:45 am)
That is $39k with the 0percent financing. After doing the math and calculating the interest, it seemed that I would be saving with the 0 percent vs. taking the rebates over the life of the loan. I am new to this and only bought one other car. In which case, I did everything that I was not suppose to do and got hosed.
#681 of 767 Re: 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4WD Crew Cab LT1 6.0L [cbrooksher]
Jan 16, 2010 (5:26 am)
I paid $39k for an '09 Silverado 2500HD Crew Cab, long wheel base 2WD, Duramax, LT1 with all the usual goodies. It has the towing packages, 17" all terrain tires, aluminum wheels, Bluetooth, etc.
The price was after a $3,500 rebate back in early July.
#682 of 767 2010 Chevy Silverado dealer qoute
Feb 14, 2010 (8:32 am)
The offer from the dealership for the truck in question brakes down like this:
MSRP with Destination Charge=$36705
Rebates=$4000 ($2000 rebate, $1000 Bonus, $1000 Old Age(? older inventory)
The quote from the dealer= $30176 + Tax, Title License
Invoice $33038-Factory Holback $1071.3-rebates $4000= $27966.7+$995= $28961.7
Delear profit would be $1214.3 or roughly 4%
The deal seems really to good to be true. should I even offer less than the quote? I am not going to finance through the dealer and I am not sure if they will try and pull the advertising, dealer prep, vin# etching, and dealer floor plan assistance scams but I hate to not make a lower counter offer.
#683 of 767 2010 Silverado 1500 LT Extended Cab Texas Edition
Mar 21, 2010 (10:40 am)
Not much activity going on here, but I thought I'd post my purchase info:
MSRP: 32,465 (Base price + Texas Edition + Seat Adjuster-Driver Side + Dest)
Cash Rebate: -$4000
GMAC Financing: -$1000
Sale Price: $24,000
+ had dealer throw in matching front windows tint AND chrome sidesteps.
Joe/Jason at Mac Haik Houston were tough negotiators, but cordial the entire process. Negative reviews on Google, but my experience was all positive.
#684 of 767 Re: 2010 Silverado 1500 LT Extended Cab Texas Edition [cochbr]
Mar 22, 2010 (2:56 pm)
Excellent deal, thats better than 10% off. Good work.
#686 of 767 Central Fla/Jax/Melbourne dealer recommendations
Apr 14, 2010 (4:15 pm)
Can you recommend a dealer in the Central Florida/Jacksonville/Melbourne area who are willing to give the kinds of deals I see on this board? Skip
#687 of 767 Re: 2010 Silverado 1500 LT Extended Cab Texas Edition [cochbr]
May 23, 2010 (6:44 pm)
I am supposed to see dealer tomorrow AM to check out a 2010 Silverado 1500 LT 2WD Extended Cab with Texas Edition and Black Granite exterior color option (MSRP $32,385, quoting $23,548 +TTL, based on owning a qualifying Toyota). Or, $8,837 off the sticker. This one was delivered in May 2010, so it isn't an "aged" unit. I guess it will depend if he will give me fair market value for my '04 4Runner. I do expect to see some deals over Memorial Day weekend, so I don't want to be too anxious.
What do you think?
#688 of 767 Re: 2010 Silverado 1500 LT Extended Cab Texas Edition [rsmith8]
May 24, 2010 (11:22 am)
Good price, I think. I got the nerf bars and window tint thrown in, so I'd figure that to be worth around $4-600, which if you subtract that from my price, it'd be right around yours. Of course, if you trade-in your Toyota, then they will make up some $ there. But, you'll know you're getting the best price when you lowball them, get to the point of walking out the door, and see what their counter-offer is or match to your offer. I'd also venture to say you'd have a more flexible salesperson on May 31... last day of month.