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#99 of 158 Re: 2008 HHR LT2 [weighmaster]
Sep 27, 2007 (5:43 pm)
Well the 2007 has a $1,500 rebate right now. The 2008 won't have rebates for a while, so $2,000 off isn't bad. That's almost 10% off which is about normal for this price range. You may be able to do a little more, but thats pretty close.
#100 of 158 Re: 2008 HHR LT2 [poncho167]
Oct 03, 2007 (8:17 am)
Got a 2008 LT, with roof rack, chrome package, chrome rims, for 19,500 out the door. MSRP was $19,900
#101 of 158 Re: 2008 HHR LT2 [weighmaster]
Oct 03, 2007 (4:42 pm)
Not a bad price out the door. I hear people are getting real good mileage with those. I like them a lot and have driven a few, but right now I am finding it hard to part with my paid for 92 S10 p/u. I don't have a garage for something new, and where I live people and animals will scratch your car so that is another good thing for having something old.
Oct 04, 2007 (1:52 pm)
It looks like 2007 LS models have a 2000 rebate and the LT model has a 2500 rebate. I was in the market for a used one, but might consider new now...
#103 of 158 Re: Rebates [turboshadow]
Oct 04, 2007 (2:26 pm)
The dealer I went to had rebates on both the 07s and 08s... Base 07s were at $14500 , automatics were at 15500, and ones with the stain package were at 16000. Although I dont think there are any 08 rebates on the chevy website, the dealer said there were, which was fine with me... In fact during negotiation, the lead sales guy said he found an extra $500 rebate to take off the price...which was again, fine by me. This dealership still has around 25 HHRs on the lot, and is trying to get rid of them.
#104 of 158 Re: Rebates [weighmaster]
Oct 05, 2007 (6:00 pm)
Need some advice on 2007 HHR price. I was offered a LS A/T at 14450. That's $500 under invoice and after $2000 rebate. A/T is the only option besides standard. Is this price good? How possiblely lower can I try?
#105 of 158 Re: Rebates [heraldaz]
Oct 06, 2007 (5:51 am)
Being that its an 07 im not sure how much lower you can get it. With the auto its nice that it comes standard with the traction control. Maybe you could try to have them throw in some floor mats or something.
#106 of 158 Re: Rebates [poncho167]
Nov 06, 2007 (4:37 pm)
Looking at buying a 2008 HHR LT2. Victory Red ebony leather interior lots of options, MSRP is 23,975.00 have a price qoute of 21,771.00 that includes the 1500.00 rebate, so they have basically knocked off 704.oo off sticker, thinking I should be able to do better than that. With california sales tax and registration that would get me back to the sticker price out the door. How much should I expect them to knock price down before the Rebate. Anybody seen a HHR with AA5 option (solid rear quarter panel) ?
#107 of 158 Re: Rebates [primetime2]
Nov 08, 2007 (3:39 pm)
Normally after a vehicles is out a couple months one can usually expect about 10% off. I would negotiate a little more. The 2008 hasn't been out too long yet, the 2007's can be a steal.
#108 of 158 Re: Rebates [primetime2]
Nov 09, 2007 (6:19 am)
This is just a hunch- gm is ending this month's rebates on 11/19. I would guess that there is the possibility of some sort of holiday sale- though I don't know if the 08 hhr will have a smaller or bigger rebate. Ymmv.