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#1 of 158 Chevrolet HHR: Prices Paid & Buying Experience
by kyfdx HOST
Sep 12, 2005 (7:12 pm)
Post your buying experience here!!
#2 of 158 Re: Chevrolet HHR: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [kyfdx]
Sep 12, 2005 (8:19 pm)
I ordered an HHR 3 weeks ago from H&H in Omaha NE.
I didn't want to order one but the few HHR's in town were all around $22000-$23000. Way to many option I didn't need or want to pay for. I ordered an LT1 HHR, auto, 2.4 engine, fog lights, roof rails, pioneer sound. MSRP was $19200, I only paid $17661. Thats $206.00 under the Dealer invoice price of $17867 for the car.
6-8 week for delivery.
#3 of 158 Re: Chevrolet HHR: Prices Paid & Buying Experience 
Sep 13, 2005 (6:39 am)
Wow, the HHR's brand new and it's already selling under invoice?
#4 of 158 Discounts?
Sep 16, 2005 (7:16 pm)
What I have found is No dealer in AZ will discount the HHR from MSRP at this time.
#5 of 158 Re: Discounts? [crosley4]
Oct 26, 2005 (2:35 pm)
I live in Southern Vermont and just bought an LT, list price $18845, for $17,345. There appaently are discounts available.
#6 of 158 Purchase
Nov 02, 2005 (12:28 pm)
We picked our up this past weekend in Windsor , Ct While I'd be hard pressed to ever consider a vehicle purchase as pleasurable, we did not run it any problems at all. Had to order to get 5sp MT wanted and didn't have any trouble with that at all. Paid a reasonable price, dealer got a few bucks and a unit sold in what I would imagine wasn't a good month for sales.
#7 of 158 Call and Fax from Chevy Dealer today
Nov 03, 2005 (6:30 pm)
Got a call from a Chevy salesman I had contacted earlier asking if I was interested in a car they had acquired. Despite the fact I had told him I wasn't interested in paying over 21,000 for the car with the options I had selected he sent me a sticker that showed a price of 23,665. Well in the course of speaking with him and looking at a print of the sticker I realized the car was a demo. When I asked he said that he would give me a $1000 discount because of this. When I asked him how much miles it had on it all he could tell me was less than 5,000 miles. I was about to end the call when I noticed another shocker. There was a $995 dealer price add on charge. When I asked about it he said it was for transport of the car from it's present location. Basically he had tagged on a charge just so he could make me feel like I was getting a discount and I would be paying MSRP for what is essentially a used car.
I've had it with GM and their dishonest salespeople. They can take their HHR and ........
#8 of 158 Re: Purchase [ray80]
Nov 07, 2005 (5:34 pm)
I just ordered a 5 speed in Windsor, too. How long did it take for yours to come in?
#9 of 158 Re: Purchase [zl688]
Nov 09, 2005 (7:14 am)
Ours took 6 weeks and 3 days from signing paperwork (don't know exactly when order went in) to delivery to dealer.
#10 of 158 GM back to Employee pricing
Nov 12, 2005 (6:42 am)
GM will again offer Employee pricing on their cars now to include 2006 models.
When I told the Sales person at the dealer that there'd be discounts before the end of the year he shook his head. lol. Wish I had waited instead of jumping up to the 300. Oh well at least I got a good price on a good car.