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Chevrolet Traverse, Car Buying, Car Leasing, SUV
#251 of 286 Re: 2014 Chevy Traverse LTZ $459 LEASE Deal [chris0076]
Jul 24, 2013 (4:26 am)
Hi, I stood my ground!!! Dealerships are very desperate right now. Look at all the car commercials on TV. I know most dealerships will give you and push a deal on a 2013 because of the money rebates available from GM.
Out of the 12 dealerships, only one other came close to this deal. That dealership offered me a similar deal but at $479 on a 2014 TRAVERSE LTZ with a MSRP of $48,700. It did not have the hit to road package and all weather resistant mats..
They would not budge on the $479 and they had 10 2014 Traverse LTZ in stock!!
That is the funny thing!!! 10 of these in stock and another dealership with only one in stock with a higher MSRP BEAT their deal !!
Also the other dealership wanted to use US bank which I heard has back door fees and microscopes the car when you return it!!
#252 of 286 Re: 2014 Chevy Traverse LTZ $459 LEASE Deal [mr300eclass]
Jul 24, 2013 (5:28 am)
When you say you stood your ground was it the:
Monthly lease price?
10% off MSRP?
or all 3?
You are right about them pushing the 2013 but I really want the 2014!
My only options were the Navigation system and sunroof.
Not too many dealers here in Pittsburgh have any 2014 in stock
#253 of 286 Re: 2014 Chevy Traverse AWD LTZ $459 LEASE Deal [chris0076]
Jul 24, 2013 (9:05 pm)
Stand your ground!!!! Find out what the real invoice price of the vehicle you choose is!! Like my car MSRP was $49540 and my Invoice price was $46297. Once you know the true invoice price of vehicle alway negotiate the deal to get the vehicle for $2000 under invoice!!! This is really easy to do but 2014's just came out and most dealerships are just plan greedy and will wait for a sucker buyer!!
This deal that I got will be super easy to get at the end of November!!! Reason being the greedy dealerships will have plenty of rebates to still line their pockets with!!!
But if you need this car now, try to wait for Sept. 4 when a new program will be out with some extra dealer cash and plenty of these Ltz will be available!!
#254 of 286 Re: 2014 Chevy Traverse AWD LTZ $459 LEASE Deal [mr300eclass]
Jul 24, 2013 (9:17 pm)
The funny thing I did when i brought my new baby home was emailed the 11 dealerships that lost in selling me a car and told me they could not come close to my deal, I sent pictures of my new car, a picture of my window sticker and a picture of my lease agreement contract with all important #s and told them all to where to stick their cars and deals offered to me!!!
I loved sticking it in their rear after they cried the deal I was asking for was impossible!!!
Aug 01, 2013 (6:32 am)
Can someone twll me the residuals, money factor and current incentives for leasing a traverse right now?
#256 of 286 Re: lease terms [andremike]
Aug 01, 2013 (4:17 pm)
Most dealerships incentives would be how far you can bend over!!! Residual value is 58% with 15k which is not bad!!
There is only $500 cash back on 14's at this time!!
You tell them what you want to pay and if they don't like it tell them to lick your balls!!
Worked for me!!!
#257 of 286 Re: lease terms [mr300eclass]
Aug 01, 2013 (6:33 pm)
Car places always make money and they always cry poverty!! Always find out veh invoice price and tell them you want them to work out the numbers with the veh $2000 below invoice price!!
What ever they sticker price is, take 10% off and and that is the number to work out your deal to!!!
If they do like it too bad!!!
Go from dealer to dealer and one will be sure to bite!!!
#258 of 286 Re: lease terms [mr300eclass]
Aug 01, 2013 (6:35 pm)
Btw this car is really nice but has horrible gas millage!!! Like 12 mpg!!! That is my only compliant so far!!!
#259 of 286 Re: lease terms [mr300eclass]
Aug 02, 2013 (1:12 am)
Please tell me the name of the dealership in NJ. I live in NY and this is the exact car I want at the same price.
#260 of 286 Can someone please help me do some math on a lease?
Aug 03, 2013 (1:40 am)
I'm looking for a LS AWD.
The current offer on the Chevy website is:
245/month, 36 months, 4227 due at signing, 15,000 per year, at $33,370 MSRP... this is basically a $362/month payment with no money down.
If the equivalent invoice price is $30,385 after a $1,500 factory rebate and dealer discount, what would you want your monthly payments to be assuming no money down?
Thank you so much!