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#716 of 767 Re: Negotiating - 2010 1500 LT Z71 [ox1574]
Sep 25, 2011 (12:18 pm)
Look in the NADA Blackbook for dealer trade in value - and then he (the dealer) probably got it for little less than that.
#717 of 767 Re: Negotiating - 2010 1500 LT Z71 [chuck1919]
Sep 25, 2011 (12:54 pm)
Search for the "Real world trade in value" forum, here in Edminds.com
Sep 30, 2011 (7:03 am)
I would worry less about what the dealer bought the truck for and more about what u are paying. Its a 2WD 2010 for 25k. Probably about 34 to 36k New. with the 4505 Cash incentive on New you need to determine how much you are willing to pay. Honestly I would not pay more than 23k for it.
#719 of 767 Re: Silverado [benrey23]
Oct 01, 2011 (7:18 am)
I agree. I bought a 2011 GMC Sierra SLE which included two nice packages for 26K with a 36K MSRP in NorCal, Honestly if I was looking for a late model truck I would go new before used. Just my opinion.
#720 of 767 Re: Silverado [benrey23]
Oct 01, 2011 (8:10 am)
What the dealer paid does matter. Most dealers will not sell a vehicle below their cost. But it's true - you can buy these trucks new for 10K off MSRP.
#721 of 767 2011 Silverado 1500 Crew Cab Texas Edition in Houston
Oct 17, 2011 (7:15 am)
2011 Silverado 1500 Crew Cab LT with Texas Edition package.
The window sticker was a hair under $35k. Lone Star Chevrolet here in Houston is advertising these in the paper for $26,488 with the $5,005 in incentives presently available. The one I picked out was a little over $35k (rear window defogger and underseat storage), added about $350 to my bottom line. Most of the trucks they have are equipped with something that will raise your price, but you can find one at the advertised $26,488 if you're not particular about the color. Based on my recent shopping expeditions, this is about $3k less than a similar Ford equipped with the V8, and about $4k less than a similar ford with the EcoBoost engine.
Texas Edition, includes
Vortec 5.3L V8 SFI FlexFuel engine,
(S83) 4 - 20" x 8.5" (50.8 cm x 21.6 cm) chrome-clad aluminum wheels,
(DL8) outside heated power-adjustable, chrome-capped, manual-folding mirrors,
(CJ2) dual-zone automatic air conditioning,
(UPF) Bluetooth for phone,
(UK3) steering wheel-mounted audio controls,
(UUI) AM/FM stereo with CD player and MP3 playback,
(AG1) driver 6-way power seat adjuster,
(T96) front fog lamps,
(Z82) trailering package,
(A60) locking tailgate,
(PPA) EZ-lift tailgate, bodyside moldings with chrome accents, chrome door handles and Texas emblem badging
#722 of 767 Re: 2011 Silverado 1500 Crew Cab Texas Edition in Houston [henry_n]
Oct 17, 2011 (2:37 pm)
Congrats. They are great trucks.
The same discounts are available in Southern California per your description.
#723 of 767 Re: Please help! [2doorpost]
Oct 27, 2011 (8:22 pm)
Nearly two months later from my last post and I bought my new 2011 extended cab GMC.
27k MSRP, with all the discounts I was entitled to- 20,400 out the door, taxes included. Even got in a color I wanted, as most are now white or red.
#724 of 767 Bought a 2011 LB WT
Oct 31, 2011 (4:32 pm)
Bought a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 2WD Work Truck Regular Cab Long bed a few days ago. Bought it in Dallas and with all the rebates and GM Card, got a $7005 rebate. Bought it for invoice. Has the 5.3 in it, 3.42 axle, cloth seats, HD trailering/towing package, power windows/locks/mirrors,remote,cd and cruise. Out the door $19,879. Great truck for under 20K.
#725 of 767 Re: Please help! [2doorpost]
Nov 01, 2011 (8:47 am)
Great to hear that you have your new vehicle! How’s it been for you over the weekend?
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