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GMC Sierra 1500, GMC, Truck
#1 of 46 GMC Sierra Prices Paid & Buying Experience
Mar 18, 2004 (3:06 pm)
I just purchased my 38th vehicle. I decided not to go through the hassel of dealing with a salesman and shopped over the internet. I used the GM site and asked for a quote from three local dealers. I received a reply from two and the third was on vacation. I received a price under dealer cost. They gave me two different trucks to drive over the weekend and I bought one of them. It was painless. I would like to hear others good or bad experience.
#2 of 46 what's to negotiate?
Jun 11, 2004 (6:57 am)
not sure if anyone is out there since this board is soooo quiet.
Today's paper has an ad (8 to choose from), 2004 GMC Sierra ext. Cab for $16,666
I can't imagine the truck being stripped naked, so I'm going to check it out. Am I missing something here or is this an excellent deal? Are the 2005 a total rehaul of the truck? is the small engine a dog?
The picture had wheels on it.
Jun 28, 2004 (7:54 pm)
On Memorial Day (May 31), I bought a 2004 GMC Sierra SLE with 5.3-liter, locking shift diff, trailering package, 3.42 ratio rear-end, PW, PL, power heated OSRV mirrors, ISRV mirror with compass & temp, machined aluminum wheels, 255/70SR-16 tires, fog lights, climate control A/C, etc. The list price was $31,277 MSRP. After a $2,000 power rebate, a $3,500 factory rebate, a $500 dealer rebate and my brother's employee discount (15% off MSRP), my deal was down to $20,650 plus tax (no destination charges). I could not refuse. The color that I wanted (Sport Red) and the interior that I wanted (dark grey cloth). Got exactly what I wanted at an unbelievable price.
#4 of 46 Re: what's to negotiate? [aspesisteve #2]
Jun 29, 2004 (4:50 am)
I know you are trying to be helpful, but let's try to to stick to prices paid, not advertising. We all have to decipher enough of that already.
#5 of 46 Recent purchase
Jan 16, 2005 (2:35 pm)
Purchased 2005 Sierra 1500 SLT on 12/8/04. Sticket was $39,685. Paid $30,500 after rebates and GM coupons which is almost exactly what the TMV number said it would be. Dealer came down real easy so I think there might have been some money left on the table.
#6 of 46 2004 Sierra SLE 4x4 Nov 04
Feb 16, 2005 (8:50 pm)
Loaded minus steering wheel stereo and computer controls, threw in skid plates, sticker was 33K and change, purchased for $21,888 with military discount. Not counting additional 600 from Citibank Drivers Edge card rebate.
#7 of 46 Re: 2004 Sierra SLE 4x4 Nov 04 [down2earth]
Apr 07, 2005 (6:39 am)
Where did you get this deal? The best I have been able to get right now is 7K off....
#8 of 46 employee discount
Jun 14, 2005 (3:31 am)
has anyone used the employee discount now being offered? these are incredible prices!
If so, does anyone know if the $3000 rebate also applies? Local dealers are being "shifty" about it.
#9 of 46 Re: employee discount [sailor3]
Jun 14, 2005 (4:08 pm)
Yes, I have definitely heard about it. Not only have I heard about it, but my father is thinking about purchasing a 2005 GMC Sierra 1500 Z71 (loaded) before the discount runs out. I think it lowers the price to $29,000 or so. The GMC is his favorite truck followed by the Avalanche and Ford truck.
#10 of 46 Re: employee discount [dontshopthewal]
Jun 15, 2005 (6:37 am)
Yesterday, we went to the dealership to see what kind of deals were offered, and yes the $3000 still qualifies along with the Employee Discount. The loaded Sierra Z71 that my father is probably going to purchase retails for around $39,000, I believe. With the rebates and his 2000 Silverado LT trade, he can get the truck for around $19,000. I think that's a good deal.