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Chevrolet Tahoe, SUV
#588 of 614 Business or Personal
Mar 15, 2011 (5:59 pm)
Don't know if the knowledgeable folks here will know; maybe you can point me in right direction.
When looking for quote on GM site, it asks if vehicle will be for personal or business use. Is there something about one or the other that would dictate what amount would be quoted?
#589 of 614 Re: Business or Personal [metmdx]
by kyfdx HOST
Mar 15, 2011 (7:48 pm)
If you are trying to get a lease quote, sometimes vehicles that are titled in a business name have higher finance rates..
I think the banks see businesses as more of a finance risk, than an individual.
Mar 21, 2011 (2:05 pm)
Anyone have thoughts on why one dealer would send their invoice list over and cost and others wouldn't?
Apr 07, 2011 (6:06 am)
11 LTZ msrp 53930, sales price 49,284.79
side blind zone alert
I'm getting it for $100 over invoice - the $2k rebate. Seems good to me.
#592 of 614 Just Bought New Tahoe July 2011
Jul 28, 2011 (9:38 pm)
Just bought a 2011 Tahoe LT in Southern Cal, July 2011. Options were just the Regional Value Package, basically 20” polished wheels & chrome grille/door handles/mirror covers. Had test drove one with an MSRP of around $46,000 and hoped to end up (after the $3,000 GM rebate) at maybe $41,000 or $42,000 which is about invoice. I found a dealer online with an LT model and the RV package at $40,600 or what they said was $700 below invoice. I thought this was a great deal and was seriously considering it until I found a dealer discounting another $2,500! They even came down another $500 with some negotiation. I think I ended up about $3,000 below invoice and just wanted everyone to know it was possible!
I searched Auto Trader, talked to local dealers and looked at ads in the newspaper and “newspaper” ads that dealers have on their websites. I paid $42,000 out the door ($38,500, plus tax, title, lic.) Don’t pay sticker, don’t even pay invoice! You can do it! Be persistent!
#593 of 614 Dealers with same price?! No haggling?
Dec 30, 2011 (9:28 pm)
I've been to 3 separate dealerships in my area (MD/VA), and have been quoted 53K out the door on a 2012 Tahoe LT, with sunroof package and DVD/Nav.
The place in VA wouldn't negotiate at all and I ended up walking out over 2,500$. If they said let's meet in the middle, I would have made the deal. Another said 53K was their absolute best price and they ended all communication.
It seems that all three places have an "Internet price", from which they don't budge one inch. The sticker on all three trucks are around 55K, so I'm really asking for a cost of 48K with about 2,500 taxes and tags.
Is it realistic to ask for 48K on a 55K sticker or am I way off base here? My thinking is that not many people are buying large SUVs anymore, so dealers should be trying to make a sale.
#594 of 614 Re: Dealers with same price?! No haggling? [chevyfan12]
Dec 30, 2011 (11:39 pm)
There's only about a 10% markup so 7K off sticker is a bit much.
#595 of 614 Re: anyone purchase recently in Texas [five04tluv]
Jan 03, 2012 (3:36 pm)
I wish vehicles were still that reasonably priced... I live in San Antonio. My wife and I just got a 2011 LTZ Tahoe 4x4. Sticker was $61,789.00 We spoke with the sales manager (skip the sales people) bottom dollar plus multiple rebates because it was year end, and we settled on $52,550.00 I'm sure that by now you have purchased a tahoe but I thought I'd throw this out there...
#596 of 614 Re: Dealers with same price?! No haggling? [73shark]
Jan 04, 2012 (5:12 pm)
I didn't think 7K off the sticker was that bad considering the True Car price was around 48K for a 55K truck. My local dealership had a couple for 48K, but they were white/cream with light interiors. Not my cup of tea.
I'm just surprised that the dealers have this "Internet price", and they won't budge an inch from it. I'm tempted to do my research on the Internet, then walk in off the street, pretending I have no idea what this mysterious price is.
#597 of 614 Re: Chevy Tahoe: Prices Paid & Buying Experiences [Sylvia]
Sep 29, 2012 (8:11 am)
2012 Tahoe 4WD LT
Options - Luxury Package, Heavy Duty Cooling Package, 20" polished alum wheels, sunroof, 2nd row bucket seats, rear vision camera, trailer bake controller, black granite metallic paint.
Sticker - $53,470
Selling Price (GM Family Discount) - $50,177
Demo Discount (7000 miles) - $3,000
Wheel locks - $95
Vangard Plan A (rust proof) - $479
Doc Fee $190
Tax price $47,965
Sales Tax $2877
Title Fee $15
Cash Delivered Price $50,866
Total Price Due - $44,366
Al Serra in Grand Blanc Michigan
Value Guard Plan - I'm sure a ripoff, but husband has a Ford F350 which is rusting out, and we plan to keep the Tahoe for a long time.