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#420 of 449 Price for 06 Coupe Auto 28K mi CPO $28K
Sep 27, 2009 (2:23 pm)
Just about ready to pull the trigger on a Red 2006 Coupe with 28K miles, 1 owner, GM Certified Pre-owned for $28K is this a good deal
#421 of 449 Price for 06 Coupe Auto 28K mi CPO $28K
Sep 27, 2009 (2:42 pm)
Well, you don't say what the other options are and its trim level, so it might be. Check here or KBB to see what they say.
#424 of 449 Re: Price for 06 Coupe Auto 28K mi CPO $28K [raa1]
Sep 28, 2009 (7:59 am)
My primary concern here would be the automatic trans.
This was the first year for the A6.
I bought an 07 w/A6 –
And I had a rather significant issue.
Although the designation for 06, 07, 08 & 09
was & remains 6L80, evidence from postings
on Corvette forums strongly suggest that
both hardware & software changes [ improvements ]
have been made to this trans. each model year.
Not suggesting that you buy a newer Corvette,
[ assuming this 2006 represents what you can afford ]
just that you may want to pay particular attention
to the A6 performance in test drives –
and question any repairs done to the trans.
that show up on CarFax or other records.
Reformed Corvette driver . . .
#425 of 449 Re: Dealer cash??? [rayainsw]
Sep 28, 2009 (6:58 pm)
Thanks Ray...I was hoping that there was something out there that was not in the public domain. I understand there is some incentive money available at the end of the month based on total Corvette sales volume for the individual dealer, but not specifically designated on a individual unit. I have been offered a new 09 3LT 6 speed convertible in a reasonably good color combination of Black/Cashmere at triple net. That may just be all there is in this market...
Just a thought...if any of the new Corvettes are returned at the end of the 60 day money back guarantee program, and as the selling dealer is required to re-purchase them at 67% of MSRP for the 09's and 74% for the 2010 models, that may be a really good purchasing opportunity, don't you agree?
#426 of 449 A 'Best Of' experience for us
Nov 30, 2009 (11:58 am)
Wife and I just got our first Corvette. Is a 2010 LT2 Coupe, Blade Silver, 6 spd manual, all body-color accents, etc., from Harchelroad Motors, Imperial,NE. These folks race Corvettes and build them for special racing venues, so they understand what works, etc. I encourage anyone, first time or seasoned Vette nut, to talk with Sid and hear what they have to offer which may be of help to your needs.
#427 of 449 Re: A 'Best Of' experience for us [kentmagnuson]
Nov 30, 2009 (5:54 pm)
Hope you enjoy the vette, but I doubt anyone in this country can beat Kerbeck Corvette in Atlantic City, NJ. They are the #1 Corvette Dealer in the USA, the only place that is second is a dealer in Michigan.
#428 of 449 Re: 2008 Coupe [scb9119]
Feb 04, 2010 (6:35 pm)
I just bought a 2003 Corvette convertible with a 6 speed for a price that was over $1000.00 under blue book this was from a dealer and also in Nov.'09 which is just about when the snow flies where I live and many people don't want to buy a car they will have to place in hibernation for several months before they even drive it very much.
I believe that the time of the year has a lot to do with the pricing because the dealer or a private party doesn't want to store it over the winter so will give you a good price.
I think that the price you offer is a price he will accept.