Last post on Oct 01, 2009 at 5:39 AM
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Pontiac Vibe, Hatchback, Wagon
#390 of 399 Re: Destination Fee question [kyfdx]
Jul 28, 2009 (4:07 pm)
OK. I'm sure the dealers would balk at giving up the destination charge but I can always ask.
I'm pretty sure that those lower MSRPs are from older inventory.
#391 of 399 Re: New Rebate for 2009 [fmtn_tiger]
Aug 02, 2009 (7:12 pm)
Wow...even lower than in July? I paid 13,400 for a 09 hot red metallic Vibe 1.8 liter manual trans just last Thursday!
#392 of 399 2010 Vibe AWD
Aug 03, 2009 (6:23 pm)
I'm trying to work out a deal for a 2010 Vibe w/ sun and sound, chrome wheels, cargo cover, fog lights. Dealer took $1500 ($500 cash back + $1,000 for four "$250 coupons" he can give away) off the "supplier price" of $23418. So, I'm looking at $21,918 - less $3500 for CARS program, $1,000 GM Card earnings, and $750 for USAA member discount... for a grand total of $16,668 + MD 6% tax and fees.
After reading some of the forums, I'm thinking I should counter the supplier starting price with something closer to $22,000, even though Edmunds TMV is $23,170 (which is only $248 less than dealer's supplier price). Anyone have any thoughts?
Thanks in advance!
Aug 04, 2009 (10:27 am)
Build your car using this site so that you can see GMS (employee) pricing. Compare the employee pricing with the supplier price before any rebates. The $500 from the dealer is standard. The $1000 is not so that's something to keep in mind when comparing prices as that's money they are giving that you don't have to give up. When I was comparing supplier to employee pricing on the 2009s, there wasn't a huge gap between the two, about $400.
#394 of 399 Re: Compare prices [novidriver]
Aug 05, 2009 (8:35 pm)
Thanks for your input, novidriver. I found out late yesterday that GM just added an additional $2000 cashback for the 2010 Vibe. So, I jumped at it (MSRP - $24,260. My cost, after $2500 cashback, $3500 CARS, $1K GM Card, $750 USAA discount, $1000 dealer "coupons" is $14,668. Even w/out the CARS discount, it's about 25% off MSRP.) OTD price, w/ MD 6% tax, title fees, etc. = $16,341. We're picking up the new car tomorrow!
#395 of 399 Re: Compare prices [kw07090]
Aug 06, 2009 (4:33 am)
Very nice! Now I wished I could have waited a week so I could have gotten my first preference on color for a new Vibe and a model a year newer than I bought! Oh well, it was still a good deal, just not as good as the one you're getting!
Aug 11, 2009 (4:48 pm)
Just purchased one of the last 09's in my area about three weeks ago. Base version, 1.8 liter, automatic, air....Cash for clunker $4500 plus $4000 rebates and GMS pricing I financed $9,696 with $100 down....I love this car. Only 1k miles and am already getting 32.6 in mixed driving.
#397 of 399 Re: John B. [johnb62]
Aug 11, 2009 (6:47 pm)
May I ask all the features of your car?
I got a 1.8L auto w/ air, dvd, power everything, and cargo cover for OTD price of $12K... I'm sure I paid a bit more than I should have.. but I'm curious what extra options your car had.
#398 of 399 Re: John B. [barrykari]
Aug 12, 2009 (12:04 pm)
Sorry.. forgot to add that OTD = w/ Cash for Clunkers 4.5K
#399 of 399 Planning on a purchase
Oct 01, 2009 (5:39 am)
So how much should I expect to pay for a 2010 with the preferred package, Automatic, and AC? MSRP is 20285 and invoice is $19246. It looks like there is still $3000 cashback available. So, invoice minus that is $16246. Should I be able to get it for less than that? Thanks for your help!