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Chevrolet Avalanche, Truck
Oct 17, 2001 (11:50 pm)
Just purchased my AV 10/15/01, $5400/14% off MSRP. $500 below the so called dealer "invoice" 4.9% financing saves at least $2K. Add in a sales tax savings of $650 and I am over 20% off MSRP. All in all a fair deal I guess for my area.
#22 of 131 GM Supplier Discount
Oct 28, 2001 (7:08 pm)
Does anyone know anything specific about the aviation group that has a supplier number with GM that one can join for about $10 ??.... Or, for that matter, any other such supplier willing to take on an soon-to-be Avalanche owner??...
#23 of 131 Pretty decent deal
Oct 30, 2001 (9:46 am)
I got myself a new toy!!!
It's a 2002 Chevy Avalanche with Z66 Package, Onyx Black w/ Tan interior.
I made one heck of a deal, here's how:
MSRP $31,800 - ouch
With my kickass negotiation skills, I got them to lower to $26,538, woohoo more than $1350 UNDER invoice!!!
But wait, since I'm in grad school, GM decided to give the poor student $400.
There's more, since I'm a royal GM card holder, I have accumulated a
whopping $5079 in rebates.
Bottom line, I got it for $21059!!! with TT&L = 22600.
Not good enough? Ok, how about 0% financing?
#24 of 131 fast z28
Oct 30, 2001 (7:44 pm)
good luck with your av but i thought their was a $1000 cap on card ernings toward purchase on an av thats what gm states did your deal go threw yet? hope it works out for you.
#25 of 131 GM card cap
Oct 30, 2001 (10:45 pm)
I have the old "Gold" card, no cap. The new "platinum" card has cap depend on which vehicle.
Oct 31, 2001 (8:56 am)
What about the blue GM card? I've used mine for as much as $2500 on previous car purchases. What is the $1000 cap all about? Is that cap only for purchase of an Av?
#27 of 131 no cap for blue either
Oct 31, 2001 (11:38 am)
As far as I know, cap only applies only if you "upgrade" to the platinum card.
Platinum cards only allow you to apply up to $2000 depend on vehicle. The cap is $1000 for the platinum cards.
Call them to verify everything I said here. # is on the back of the card.
#29 of 131 Cap
Oct 31, 2001 (6:58 pm)
I have the old original GM card and it has no cap
on any vehicle. They are constantly trying to get
me to take the "new" card but I won't do it. I also charge everything possible to it each month and pay the bill so there's no interest. This way we build new car credit fairly quick.
#30 of 131 Just got an "invitation" in
Nov 02, 2001 (7:44 am)
the mail yesterday to switch to a new card with no annual eanings cap. Included is a chart of "Earnings Redemption Allowances for the newest GM Card". Limits are from $1,000 to $3500 depending on Brand, yr, model. But "will never be lower than $1,000". One more thing I found interesting..."GM Card Earnings may not be combined with any GM employee, dealership, or supplier programs.......".