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Buick Enclave, Car Leasing, Car Buying, SUV
#407 of 507 Just orded $50 over dealer invoice
Mar 02, 2010 (1:13 pm)
You might want to check out LAFAYETTE BAY COMPANY..
beatthedealer.net or Google it...they do fleet sales and the price is 50$ over dealer invoice(invoice on all options) and the car
is delivered to a dealership near you, all rebates are included
you will need to to pay a extra 200$ fee for the courtesy fee for the dealer prep
I have bought my last 3 gm cars from them and I'll never buy from a dealer again
2010 Buick Enclave
with White Dimond Tricoat
and the Trailer Package
Cashmere w/cocoa leather
PCU Bose Sound System
VK3 Front License Plate Bracket
I PAID $41,670.. + the $200
Apr 17, 2010 (7:41 pm)
Has anyone been able to get a dealer to try special ordering an Enclave with the GM adaptive cruise or the blind zone system? It seems like a fine car otherwise, but without those minimal safety items I can not rationalize buying it.
#409 of 507 Buick Enclave at TX
May 04, 2010 (8:28 pm)
Looking for a Buick Enclave in TX. Got the following deal from a dealer. Would like to know if this is a good deal
2010 Buick Enclave CXL-1
Cocoa Metallic/Cashmere leather
Nav, Bose, leather with dual sunroof/moonroof, remote starter
Dealer offer $40200+ttl+free car washes and detailing for 3 years. (after all rebates)
#410 of 507 Re: Buick Enclave: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [boomzer]
May 10, 2010 (6:48 am)
Buick Enclave sold in China for 87,753.5USD,How do you American think about it.
This model sold bloody good in China,the dealer even charge for 5,000USD more than the official price,and waited for 1-3month,it really happened in China.God bless America.
#411 of 507 Enclave Deal?
May 10, 2010 (1:14 pm)
I am looking at a 2010 Enclave MSRP 43,650.00. What would be a good price to offer. The dealers first offer was 41,150. I think this is including the rebate?
May 11, 2010 (2:49 pm)
That beatthedealer.net site looks like a total scam... buyer beware.
#413 of 507 Re: ADAPTIVE CRUISE CONTROL [fawltytowers44]
May 11, 2010 (3:43 pm)
I have been in touch with GM marketing managers and they state that no adaptive cruise control or blind spot information system is available now or will be available on the 2011 Acadia or Enclave. I will have to wait to see what the 2011 Ford Explorer looks like and what will be available on it - so far they are ahead of the curve in advanced safety features for US manufacturers as well as many Asian and European manufacturers.
#414 of 507 Re: Scam? [akg4y]
May 12, 2010 (7:55 am)
I contacted the guy at beatthedealer.net for a price on an Enclave. I can easily beat his price with a supplier or credit union discount. I got no pressure from him and he hasn't followed up with any additional communications, so I wouldn't call it a scam, but it wasn't a good deal for me at all.
In my area, Enclaves disappear almost as fast as they hit the dealer's lot. Dealers have little incentive to offer great deals, so I'm thinking the supplier discount may be the best I can hope for right now.
#415 of 507 Re: Scam? [mikejl]
May 12, 2010 (1:07 pm)
what is the supplier discount?
#416 of 507 Re: Scam? [rrt1]
May 13, 2010 (5:21 am)
GM offers a supplier discount program to employees of some or all of their suppliers. It would be offered through your employer if it applied.
The same discount is offered through many credit unions, as well.
The price is not negotiable if you invoke the discount, which leaves you at some amount over invoice. In the past, I have been able to swing a better deal without using the supplier discount, but on this model, at this time, I can't.
A nice feature of the discount program is that I can get authorization for a friend or family member to participate in the program if I first use the discount to purchase a vehicle myself. So, even if you do not work for a GM supplier, you may know someone who can help you take advantage of this program.