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GMC Acadia, Car Leasing, Car Buying, SUV
#460 of 475 Re: Is this a good deal for a 2011 GMC Acadia? [tucker262]
Feb 19, 2011 (1:01 pm)
I don't know where you live but you need to consider Fitzmall in MD. As for your second car request, their website has a 2011 GMC Acadia; Internet Price: $38,650.00 MSRP: $44,330.00
Style: AWD 4dr SLT1
Obviously their deal is way better than whatever you're getting where you are. Understood that this course of action isn't for everyone but I would do it if i could save over $4K on a must have car.
#461 of 475 Re: Is this a good deal for a 2011 GMC Acadia? [jhs70]
Feb 19, 2011 (2:29 pm)
Thanks for the suggestion, but I was already at Fitz and that price is not really cheaper than what I have from the other deal. The Fitz dealer explained to me that the sales price for that vehicle includes a $1,000 GM loyalty discount (which is available at any dealer, but which I am not eligible for) and a $2,000 cash back rebate (which is also available at any dealer, including the one I am working with, but which I will probably decline in favor of 0% financing. The Fitz price also doesn't include the fees I identified in my post, and there would be similar fees at Fitz.
So the Fitz price is not really lower than what I currently have offered from the other dealer, and is probably a little higher. From everything I can tell, the current offer I have is just $200 over invoice for this vehicle - the only issue is the reasonableness of the LMR and advertising fees being charged, though my research indicates that it is very difficult to negotiate much on these.
#462 of 475 Good deal? 2011 Acadia SL w leather/heated seats
Apr 30, 2011 (3:47 pm)
Here's what I got from the dealer:
2011 GMC Acadia SL (they would put in leather seats with heated fronts)
actual $32,289.65 GM supplier discount (not much - didn't sound right)
w/ leather $34,177.15
TTL $3,187.40 (est.)
0% 60-month finance (not leasing, i want to buy)
Total monthly = $569.57
This is their first offer which I never take. I left and I discussed wiggle room, etc. I think they would come back with $560/month, included leather seats, but then put in gap insurance (which for this car seems to have value in buying) which potentially puts me back at $570/month
Deal or no deal? That GM supplier discount sounds low to me but I checked it out and sure enough it was accurate.
#463 of 475 What I paid
May 05, 2011 (6:14 am)
2011 Acadia S with 9611 miles on it for 25,995 + TTL at Brown Buick GMC Subaru in Amarillo TX.
If you live in the area I highly recommend this dealership. They were so easy to deal with that I bought the car on my lunch break.
#464 of 475 Re: What I paid [mncw]
May 05, 2011 (11:43 am)
Glad to hear you had a great experience!
Thank you and have a great weekend!
Caron, GM Customer Service
#465 of 475 Opinion on Deal
May 08, 2011 (5:15 pm)
2011 SLT-1 AWD
Options: Tricoat Diamond, Nav, Dual Sunroof
MSRP - $45, 045
Invoice - $42,446
Deal - $43,187
What do you think?
#466 of 475 2011 Acadia Recent Purchase
Jun 16, 2011 (10:47 am)
Purchased 2011 Acadia SLT1 AWD with sunroof, tow pkg, metallic black, msrp 43290, dealer took 5500 off msrp and i used a 1000 rebate that was distributed by gm for a total of 6500 off msrp. I am happy with the deal.
Jul 01, 2011 (2:42 pm)
Just visited my local GMC dealership and test drove an SLT1. Very nice car.
Here is what they quoted me:
40,995 MSRP - dropped to 39,388 and then another 1,700 off if I lease it.
39 month lease, 12k miles, 3,139 down = 439/month or just first month and DMV down for $509 month.
Good deal? I've never leased before, so just trying to figure this all out.
Thanks in advance.
#468 of 475 Re: SLT1 Pricing - [hobokeneddie]
Jul 03, 2011 (6:26 am)
You should be able to get at least 4,000 off MSRP. GMC is offering 2250 discount plus the dealer should be willing to go to invoice.
#469 of 475 July 2011 Acadia SLE
Jul 18, 2011 (4:44 am)
Bought 2011 SLE over the weekend in Pittsburgh. Went into the search wanting FWD and only heated seats. FWD fairly hard to find, though, so options were limited and we ended up with a model with splash guards, trailering package, and dealer-installed DVD.
MSRP $36k + $2k for DVD = $38k base.
Had GM supplier discount (although we had asked for non-supplier discount offer and it was within $500 I think) to get to $34.5k, then $3000 in current rebates (including $1k GM retention rebate).
With $4000 trade, Agreed on $30,500 plus TTL.