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Chevrolet Tahoe, SUV
#561 of 608 Re: 2007 Tahoe How much does it cost on auto auciton like manheim etc.?? [73shark]
Apr 15, 2010 (5:10 am)
ok manheim marketing report is like black book i think.
i only want to know, how much such a car is value on dealer car auctions.
mecum and barrett-jackson is not the right thing i want to know.
manheim auctions you can info about on twitter searching for ManheimCFAA
#562 of 608 Re: 2007 Tahoe How much does it cost on auto auciton like manheim etc.?? [rette123]
Apr 16, 2010 (3:32 am)
Nobody with access/login to Manheim-Auktion? who can give me the aktual Marketing Report with the sold 2007 Tahoes during the last month with prices/values?
#563 of 608 Price for a 2010 LT
Apr 24, 2010 (7:36 pm)
was at the dealer today,
was quoted a price of $48741 plus $2500 in rebates
MSRP of $52310
2010 LT, 4WD, Surf/Sun package and rear bucket seats
Got the supplier price minus three hundred
Is this a good deal, or should I push for a little more
#564 of 608 Remote for rear dvd player?
May 06, 2010 (12:58 pm)
I just bough a used 07 Tahoe LT fully loaded. It has the navigation system and the rear entertainment. I was reading through the handbook and it mentioned having a rear remote that goes to the screen. Does anyone know where i might find a replacement remote? Im guessing the previous owner lost the previous one since i haven't seen it?
#565 of 608 Re: Remote for rear dvd player? [s6313]
May 08, 2010 (5:23 pm)
Well your dealer's parts dept for sure. I'd try some of the on-line parts sites, ebay, and Craig's list first. Might also check w/ Logitech to see if one of their programmable Harmony remotes would work.
#566 of 608 2010 Tahoe deal
May 11, 2010 (11:06 pm)
So ive been trying to stack all the rebates for 2010 Tahoe.
Right now, they are offering
-- $3000 or 0% 60 month
-- GM Emplyee gets $3000
-- Current Toyota owners get $1000 off
-- USAA.com members get $750 off
So potential $7750 off the price before even negotiating on the price... what do you guys think?
#567 of 608 Discount beyond supplier price?
May 21, 2010 (12:11 am)
Am looking at a '10 Tahoe LT w/msrp at $47.8K and after supplier discount and rebate puts it at $41.9K + TTL. Is this the best deal I can expect or will the dealer negotiate further? I've never owned a Tahoe before, nor have I ever spent anywhere near this much for an auto before so needless to say I'm very hesitant!
#568 of 608 Looks reasonable
May 21, 2010 (7:58 am)
I'm looking at similar - seems reasonable. I agree that $40K is tough to get over.
#569 of 608 Re: 2010 Tahoe deal [bigkrngom]
May 21, 2010 (12:37 pm)
David, thanks for your post. I like your "potential rebate math. Will Gm give anyone the employee discount. Last time I looked they worked for us! or was it we work for them. Whats USAA?
#570 of 608 Re: Discount beyond supplier price? [jdmae2002]
May 21, 2010 (12:39 pm)
Before you buy check out the "Tahoe problems" forums.