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Chevrolet Suburban, SUV
#188 of 207 Re: How far under Invoice can I go if I take the 0%? [ctdubl07]
May 08, 2009 (6:19 pm)
I have been buying suburbans every 6 months for 15 years and this is the first year I won;t have an 09 and instead bought an enclave. Looking at the history gm has not put money on the hood nor has zero percent financing now. They shut down janesville and I believe that there is not that many suburbans in inventory hence the 1000 dollar rebate and no zero percent.
These are interesting times, 08's are bringing strong money used. Don't look for too many deals.
#189 of 207 Re: How far under Invoice can I go if I take the 0%? [bwalukonis]
May 11, 2009 (10:10 am)
Thanks for both replies
That is interesting. Obviously I don't know how much they "make" gross when they sell a Suburban .... But I would think they would rather sell 10 and make 2k each than sell 1 and make 10K. But I'm sure I'm not as smart as the guys running GM .... after all .... they make millions a year while losing billions a month ... they are definitely smarter than I am.
Jun 02, 2009 (8:39 am)
I am looking to buy a new LT2/LTZ for an upcoming trip in mid July. The dealers here iowa, are quoting invoice -1k with no financing deal. I remember 10-13K off at this time of year in years past, or 7-8K w/0%. In light of GM's situation, is anyone seeing anything better out there or am I going to have to look at Sequoia? What have people seen out there lately? Thanks for the help!
#191 of 207 Chevrolet Suburban Cost
Jul 28, 2009 (3:37 pm)
We have been looking to buy a Suburban LT2 for the past few months, but the deals just don't seem that good given the fact of the GM situation. Do you think rebates will increase? When is the best time to buy for the best bottom line price? We want leather and middle row buckets, but don't care about all the other options.
#192 of 207 2009 Suburban
Nov 02, 2009 (10:56 am)
Any recent purchases? Incentives are good, but I'm finding it hard to get a sense for how much they will deal. Any help would be appreciated?
#193 of 207 2010 chevy suburban 1500 LS 2 RD Quote
Jun 18, 2010 (5:14 am)
Hi, I'd like to buy 2010 Suburban 1500 LS 2RD, cloths
i got some quotes from chevy dealer at Dallas Texas
Lowest quote is $38585+ TTL ( 0% finance rate with 60 month)
I don't want their cash discount ($3000)
because if I get a discount, interest rate will be 3.9% for 60 mon
it will be expensive monthly payment
how do think my quote? Please share your experience
#194 of 207 Price Of 2008 Suburban LTZ?
Jun 19, 2010 (6:37 pm)
We have a 2003 Suburban LT with 97,000 miles on it and just looked at a 2008 LTZ loaded, that has 37,600 and they are asking $37,800 for it. They offered us $9,500 for ours which is low, our car is in great shape and was very well taken care of. Wondering what anyone with knowledge of 08's and mileage thinks of the price. We are hesitant to buy due to mileage and wish the mileage was less, more like 30,000. Thoughts, anyone? Thanks so much
#195 of 207 Nobody buying?
Jan 01, 2011 (11:51 am)
Not much input in the Suburban thread??
#196 of 207 Re: Nobody buying? [rick9194]
Jan 04, 2011 (8:13 am)
I'm shopping for a new 2010 or 2011 Suburban, looking to buy in the next week. Was waiting until today to see if the rebates changed. Anyone else shopping? Would love some input.
#197 of 207 Re: Nobody buying? [cberrytech]
Jan 07, 2011 (8:29 pm)
Shopping too - but struggling to find details on recent prices paid.
Looking at 2011 LTs fairly loaded: DVD, Off Road & Luxury Package.
Being quoted prices around $5,500 off MSRP. Example: MSRP $54.9k, quote of $49.2k + tax and title.