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#135 of 626 Just Purchsed a 2007 LTZ Tahoe
Feb 24, 2007 (5:25 pm)
Well the hard work is over and not the fun starts. WE just purchased a 2007 LTZ Tahoe. MSRP $50220. It has Leather, Nav, Rear Ent., Sun roof, Bucket seats and 3 person 3rd row. Oh wait this was a trade to this dealer and the previous dealer switch out the last row and pulled a fass one on the Dealer I was using. You know what it was my gain. The dealer First offer me the Tahoe for $44,683.00 We passed because we wanted the Bench. They came back and game me the price of $43683.00. As he spoke to me on the phone at home after our long trip WE took it. My wife and I then added the $2000.00 rebate. But wait we had an additional $500.00 private offer rebate. So we left that dealer ship paying $41,183.00 for a Tahoe MSRP of $50,220.00. I would call that a good deal. Thanks to the great Folks of Davis Chevy in Houston, Texas
#136 of 626 price on "used" 07 Tahoe?
Mar 04, 2007 (3:58 pm)
I found a fully loaded 07 Tahoe LTZ with almost 6,000 miles on it. Found out it had been bought at auction as a manufacturers vehicle (whatever that means). Asking price is $44991. Dealer said because of mileage it had to be sold as "used" but the title had never been transferred. Does this sound like a good deal? Where can I find prices for used 07 Tahoe's? We were told that because it is listed as used it does not qualify for any of the new car incentives.
#137 of 626 Re: price on "used" 07 Tahoe? [royandi]
Mar 04, 2007 (8:41 pm)
royandi said: Found out it had been bought at auction as a manufacturers vehicle (whatever that means).
GM gives their executives vehicles to drive as part of their job and percs. Generally these vehicles are the top of the line models and loaded with every option. When they hit somewhere between 5 and 10K miles they sell these vehicles to their dealers or to the auctions. These vehicles have never been titled but they must be sold as "used" because they have been used. Usually you can get a good price on these factory exec units.
#138 of 626 Re: price on "used" 07 Tahoe? [rockman59]
Mar 04, 2007 (9:37 pm)
Thank you for the explanation. Is what they are asking for it a good price? I'm thinking incentives offered for new cars might be a better way to go.
#139 of 626 Re: price on "used" 07 Tahoe? [royandi]
Mar 05, 2007 (7:54 pm)
Best way to find out is to go price out a brand new vehicle with all the dealer discounts. Take a look at the Kelley Blue Book and NADA used vehicle book to see what a used '07 is selling for. With all the deals going on today you just might be able to get a brand new rig for about the same price as the used executive model.
#140 of 626 Price with GMS Discount
Mar 16, 2007 (5:29 am)
I was considering holding out to see what enhancements were announced with the '08s, however I was able to work the following deal online this week with a GMS discount:
New 2007 LT3 Black with Nav, Sunroof, DVD, 20" and pretty much otherwise loaded. MSRP is $50,925, GMS base price is around $54k. The dealer is offering $39,700, and this is before face to face final negotiation.
This deal might be too good to pass up.
#141 of 626 Re: Price with GMS Discount [gabatta]
Mar 16, 2007 (12:21 pm)
Sounds more than terrific, and not that it won't happen again, but if the vehicle is right and you want or need it, just take it right now--it isn't likely to get a whole lot better in terms of discount, save a new bonus here or there.
#142 of 626 Re: Price with GMS Discount [gabatta]
Mar 16, 2007 (1:26 pm)
Do you have the MSRP and GMS discount reversed? Either way, it's a steal.
Mar 19, 2007 (10:06 am)
You are correct, typo on my part. MSRP is correct, but GMS is around $44k.
#144 of 626 Thinking of buying a New Tahoe
Mar 19, 2007 (7:30 pm)
I know that most people buy them for approximately dealer's invoice. What I would like to know is if the incentive should be minused before the dealer's invoice price or after the dealers invoice price?