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You are in the Chevrolet Avalanche
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Chevrolet Avalanche, Truck
#87 of 132 Yes, that was a recent
Jul 09, 2003 (3:30 am)
change they made. They certainly aren't making it more attractive to use the card.
#88 of 132 Price in NJ/PA Area?
Jul 12, 2003 (3:31 am)
I am looking to finally get an AV. Let me know what you paid. I am looking to get a Z71 without the body hardware.
#89 of 132 Seems like most folks
Jul 14, 2003 (3:29 am)
are able to get pretty close to Invoice and then pile the rebates on top of that. Shouldn't have any trouble buying for Edmunds "True Market Value".
#90 of 132 bought an 03' Z71 loaded with ...
Jul 17, 2003 (10:55 am)
Everything except the XM radio for around $32k (sticker was $43), using my GM Supplier discount and the current $4k rebate and an additional $500. for doing the 24hour testdrive... I have been very pleased with the truck so far.
#91 of 132 Talk to the Press
Mar 23, 2004 (7:55 pm)
A reporter is hoping to interview a recent car-buyer who participated in
an overnight or 24-hour test drive and then purchased the vehicle.
Please respond to 248-890-8582, faratayeyahoo.com or
jfallonedmunds.com by 5pm Eastern Wednesday, March 24, 2004.
#92 of 132 Re: Talk to the Press [Sylvia]
Sep 21, 2004 (7:41 am)
Wow it has been awhile since anyone bought an Avalanche. I ended up with a 2004 1500 Avalanche for $250 below their invoice. (Their's $30750, Edmunds $30585). Av is Silver Birch Metallic and has Trailering package, Lock. differential, roof rack, WL tires, and had chrome assist step added. Dealer gave me $7500 for my trade (1999 Dodge Ram Quad Cab 1500 w/ 87000 miles) and $4000 in rebates.
Oct 12, 2004 (11:59 am)
How frequent are the $4000 rebates? We want to buy now but the rebate is only $1500. Should we be patient?
#94 of 132 Re: Rebates [julierob1]
Oct 13, 2004 (11:21 am)
If you are looking to buy a 2004 the current rebate is $3500 plus $1000 if you finance through GMAC, and an additional $500 if in the military. I think the $1500 rebate is currently on 2005 models. Given the state of the economy and rising gas prices, I'm sure dealers will have trouble moving the 2005s as well. That being the case, it's only a matter of time before the rebates on 2005s increase. Though it's impossible to predict when or if the rebate will reach $4000.
If you plan on keeping the truck more than 5 years I would recommend trying to find a 2004 with the options you are looking for. Dealers are eager sell them.
#95 of 132 Re: Rebates [shipester]
Oct 13, 2004 (7:11 pm)
Why did you say 'if' we plan to keep it for 5 years 'then' buy a 2004? Thanks for responding.