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Chevrolet Tahoe, SUV
#340 of 626 Re: Getting 0/60 and 8K off MSRP? [tahoeguy]
Oct 19, 2007 (12:49 pm)
Can anyone share dealer info in the Tampa or Florida area where a dealer was able to move on price on a Tahoe or Yukon? My target is 30-31K for LS or SLE.
I know this relates to a Suburban but I've also seen the same deals on the Tahoe. We previosly had an early build 2007 Tahoe and just recently traded into a 2007 Suburban. We saw an ad for Bill Heard Chevy for up to $14k off a Suburban. I wasn't convinced that we could get that price but my wife wanted to try to she went out to the dealership to negotiate. A few hours later we were offered $9k off plus the special financing rates or $14k off w/other financing. She just stuck to her guns and outwaited them. This took place on Sunday, Sept 30th, so don't know if being the end of the month helped us out or not. We got a LTZ w/every option. It was built in Dec 2006 so there may have been some extra money to give to us due to its age, although from reading on here that aged bonus seems to have expired before we bought. Hope this helps.
#341 of 626 2007 Tahoe Invoice Prices
Oct 19, 2007 (5:33 pm)
Is it reasonable to expect to get a 2007 Tahoe MSRP around 49,000 for the stated invoice cost or lower at websites like Edmunds.com and then another 5,000 off GM incentives and rebate? Thanks
#342 of 626 Re: 2007 Tahoe Invoice Prices [zbillz]
Oct 20, 2007 (12:08 am)
I would say yes. I just purchased an LT3 tahoe...44945 MSRP, got it down to 39300 (which is about 1K below Edmunds invoice) including the APR incentive. But I could have gotten the 5000 discount instead which would have dropped it down to 34300.
#343 of 626 Is this possible?
Oct 23, 2007 (5:49 pm)
2007 LT1 4x4 with MSRP's between $40-$42K for $14K under MSRP? We also have $1000 GM points, could we get to the $14K under w/o and then tell them? Dealer willing to locate does this hurt our chances? Not looking for 0% but will be taking rebates instead. Likely not going to purchase until early Nov.
#344 of 626 Re: Is this possible? [gannon1]
Oct 25, 2007 (10:58 am)
14K? Very doubtful, IMO. I had to pull teeth to get 700 below invoice on my LT3 MSRP 45K. I got it for 39300 and that was, by far, the best deal I was offered in my county. I took the 0%, but if I had taken the 5K instead, it would have been about 10500K off MSRP. Asking for an additional 3.5K is a LOT. Especially when it seems like the 07s are selling well (according to a few dealers I spoke to) and the incentives are fairly new. I would wait until end of year if you want a deal like that.
#345 of 626 Picked up My Tahoe
Oct 27, 2007 (9:06 pm)
Drove home in my new 2007 Tahoe LT3 today
Silver Birch with Black leather interior
2nd row captains chairs
Both driver and passenger have power and heated seats
Premium 20" wheels- Polished aluminum
Bose sound system/ XM Radio/6 cd changer
rear parking assist
Several other features I can't think of right now.
The vehicle has 14 miles on it
My price after GMS Discount plus $8,000 in rebates and dealer cash= $31,847
Total out the door price $33,327.76
I put down $18,300
I'm financing the balance (just under 15k) at 7.45% for 60 months.
I will probably try to refinance at better rate down the road.
#346 of 626 Re: Picked up My Tahoe [nflguy]
Oct 28, 2007 (4:59 am)
When you say $8000 in rebates, what is figured in there? I know of an available $5500 in rebates but that is all. Was the rest from your GM card savings? Looking to purchase in the next month and trying to maximize our savings.
#347 of 626 Re: Picked up My Tahoe [gannon1]
Oct 28, 2007 (5:59 am)
I received 5,000 in rebates as are advertised.
I also received $3,000 in Dealer Bonus Certificates
These are certificates dealers get from GM for having inventory on the lots.
They don't have to give you the DBC and some will even deny knowing about them. There are Dealer General Managers who don't tell their sales people about them so they can just pocket it all (especially at smaller dealerships where they don't sell as many cars).
Oct 28, 2007 (6:01 am)
I don't have a GM card.
#349 of 626 Re: My Tahoe [nflguy]
Oct 28, 2007 (6:26 am)
What part of the country did you purchase in? We are in NC and aren't sure if a similar deal would be possible. We did know about the DBC but did not realize you could get as much as $3000 off. We also have the military discount and $1000 GM card earnings. Hoping to get about $14000 off of MSRP. Seems possible based on your deal?