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Pontiac Vibe, Hatchback, Wagon
#350 of 399 Re: 2009 Vibe 1.8L [gofish]
Jun 18, 2009 (9:19 pm)
Picking it up Saturday!
I don't know if this was for everybody or I was selected as I have over $8K in earnings. I have the card that doesn't limit earnings, but does have the redemption limits. The offer let you do up to $3K on some cars and $5K on others. The $5Ks were mostly big SUVS/Trucks, some Caddilacs and every Pontiac (Even G8). Pretty much everything else GM was 3K except the Camero. Had to have that much on your account of course. I had a special code in the mailing. I also logged on to check my earnings where it listed it as well. It expires 6/30.
#351 of 399 2009 Pontiac Vibe
Jun 19, 2009 (7:27 am)
I got a new 2009 Pontiac Vibe with these specs from Zubor Pontiac in Taylor, MI:
MP3 Aux Stereo
Base price $18,077.00 + $79 doc fee + $1112.36 Tax + $23 Title/Reg - $4,309.06 in Bonus GM Card Earnings! - $500 Dealer Cash = $14459.30
#352 of 399 Re: New Vibe costs less than used? [peter72]
Jun 19, 2009 (2:07 pm)
Peter72, Which dealer did you use. You got a great price. I want to look at 2.4 L
#353 of 399 Re: 2009 Vibe 1.8L [dancer9]
Jun 19, 2009 (7:41 pm)
Yeah, we all get different "private offers" and yours was clearly to a select group that had so much in earnings but to then were limited by redemptions. It's funny, have always kept my old card just so I would not be limited to say $1500 or something on a car like the vibe. The economy being what it is sure played to your advantage.
Regarding your $15,200 basis, I was at $15,720 (included 150 doc fee) for the 2.4 and 5 speed auto with preferred, A/C and MP3 before my card rebates. Both of these were good deals.
#354 of 399 2009 Vibe 2.4L GT Platinum Metallic
Jun 22, 2009 (5:21 am)
We just got our 2.4L GT Liquid Platinum (Silver) Metallic with Automatic yesterday in Houston, Texas. The Preferred Package (remote entry, pwr doors/locks/window/cruise, etc.) on it is standard. A/C is standard, and Monsoon sound/leather wrap steeering wheel, etc. is standard. Options are, Auto 5 speed transmission, Power Sunroof, and Smokers Package. Sticker Price shows $21,680. Dealer quoted me invoice of $19,200. We received the following rebates: $2,000 Loyalty cash, $500 cash rebate (in lieu of 0% APR), $500 dealer cash for a price of $16,200. We have $3,000 in GM Card topped off rebates for a price of $13,200. Drive out price including Tax Title, License, Doc. Fee, Dealer Prep etc. was $14,250. I thought this was a pretty good price for a GT.
#355 of 399 Re: 2009 Vibe 2.4L GT Platinum Metallic [mallaik]
Jun 22, 2009 (5:34 am)
Smokin' deal. Wish I had done as well. Who's was the dealer?
#356 of 399 Re: 2009 Vibe 2.4L GT Platinum Metallic [use1time]
Jun 22, 2009 (6:04 am)
Beck & Masten on IH-45 Freeway, Houston, TX.
#357 of 399 Re: 2009 Vibe 2.4L GT Platinum Metallic [mallaik]
Jun 22, 2009 (11:25 am)
I'm considering to get a similar one but MSRP for GT with auto, sunroof, and smoker package is $23295 and invoice is $21933. How did you get $19200 before $3000 rebate? Please replay as I need to make an offer very soon. Thank!
#358 of 399 Re: 2009 Vibe 2.4L GT Platinum Metallic [wux]
Jun 22, 2009 (8:09 pm)
The GT I purchased was assembled last year (2008) because it had 09 (month) inspection sticker. That means it may have been assembled around June-July 2008. Many of the features, for example the power package, sound package, A/C etc. were all standard features on this car. On the latest ones, all these features are options and costs additional money. The destination charge was $585, and now it is $635. That may be the difference why the MSRP and the invoice prices were lower on the car I purchased than the newer cars. Also, this car was driven 150 miles from another dealership as an exchange for a different color.
#359 of 399 Re: 2009 Vibe 2.4L GT Platinum Metallic [mallaik]
Jun 22, 2009 (8:40 pm)
The GT I'm considering is also made last year and everything standard, just added Auto, Sunroof and about $300 other options, so it is very similar to yours. It does have a lower MSRP than the current one ($22680 instead of $23680), but that is still $1800 higher than your. Seems that they had some mid-year price increase. Will try to find out from GM and see if I can get a similar offer like yours.