Last post on Dec 02, 2010 at 2:13 PM
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Chevrolet HHR, Truck, Sedan, SUV
#117 of 158 Re: Rebates [jellyfish1]
Nov 13, 2007 (6:49 pm)
I just purchased the LT1 2007 not even two weeks ago for around $15,500 in Maine. That was with the 2500 rebate and marked down again because of a few paint dings on the hood (NO BIG DEAL). So far I LOVE this car the more I drive it the more I love it. I went and tested 4 other 2007 vehicles and this is the only one I really liked. It rides smooth, and so far no problems...but again I've only had it for under 10 days.
#118 of 158 Re: Rebates [elvisluvs]
Nov 13, 2007 (7:19 pm)
elvisluvs: thanks... we're still sitting tight. I got the dealer to agree today to drop the $200 they had built in for etching the VIN on the windows - so now it's down to $15,890 out the door... another night to sleep on it... I actually talked to the Wickenburg dealer and they weren't moving much on price... had a White LT at $19,700 before rebate, but that's above my budget...
#119 of 158 Re: Rebates [jellyfish1]
Nov 13, 2007 (7:36 pm)
No problem Jellyfish1- that's good to hear about the $200. Since it's still early in the west- maybe we will hear from some more folks. Keep us up to date.
#120 of 158 Re: Rebates [vschriver]
Nov 14, 2007 (7:29 am)
vschriver: Was the $15,500 before tax and license? Is it an automatic? What was MSRP? Thanks!
#121 of 158 Purchasing a HHR LT2
Nov 29, 2007 (9:27 am)
I plan to purchase a 2007 LT2 within a day or so but I am truly unclear about the price I should pay.I realize it is the end of the year and the 08s are now out so I assume the price should be less.Trying to get in the Red Tag event.Would appreciate all advice given.My zip is 21244. I am trying to internet shop to get the lowest price.
#122 of 158 Re: Purchasing a HHR LT2 [cutiecutie]
Nov 30, 2007 (12:02 pm)
Taking a look at the chevy sight- there appears to be a lot of 07's left around where you are cutiecutie. There was a post previous in this thread that mentioned invoice minus rebates (if not taking 0%) less 10%. Considering today is the last day of the month-(a big potential bargaining chip)- start looking at what dealers have models you are interested in and email the internet departments. I would also be checking the papers- maybe one of your local dealer's are motivated- gl.
#123 of 158 Bought a 2008 HHR LS (Automatic)
Jan 03, 2008 (8:45 pm)
Recently, I bought a brand new 2008 HHR LS Automatic for $14271 with rebates.
With tax+title+fees, out the door price was $15500. It has a black exterior and ebony interior.
Do you think the price is OK?
#124 of 158 Re: Bought a 2008 HHR LS (Automatic) [tutu3]
Jan 05, 2008 (5:54 am)
That sound like a descent price. Happy driving.
#125 of 158 What's a good purchase price?
Jan 13, 2008 (9:49 am)
I'm looking to potentially buy or lease an '08 HHR LS with a roof rack & remote starter with 12k miles/year for 36-39 months and zero down (except tax, title, license, 1st months pmt, etc.). What are the dealer percentages I need to know on these? What kind of monthly payment should I be shooting for? I want to know what a top notch deal would be to purchase this vehicle. I'm in Detroit.
I basically just want to go into the dealer and say, "If you can give me the car for $XXX per month including taxes, consider it done." And if not, I'll walk out the door. I just need to figure out how much $XXX should be.
BTW, I can get a family discount b/c someone in my immediate family worked for GM for 30+ years. Plus, I have a GM Card with a flyer stating that I can get $3000 earnings top-off (I have $2800 earnings) off select vehicles (HHR is on the list) in January. How can I figure out what the best monthly payment is based on all of this?
What about leasing deals? Any help is appreciated.