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Chevrolet Traverse, Car Buying, Car Leasing, SUV
#256 of 285 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 285 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 285 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 285 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 285 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!
#261 of 285 Re: Can someone please help me do some math on a lease? [strider_gts]
Aug 03, 2013 (5:25 am)
bottom line you are getting taken like the movie!!!. tell the dealership the only deal you will make is him knocking $5000 off sticker and you will be only putting $2000 down toward your taxes, first payment and all dealer fees.
You want 15K per year a 36 month lease and will only pay $299 a month.
This is a 2013 and the dealer is making a ton of back door money to get rid of these basic trashy models. So many basic model 2013 LS are around and if you go to at least 10 dealerships one will be sure to take this as your final offer.
Remember all dealerships are just trying to rear end you! You tell them what you want to pay bottom line.
I did look at a 2013 LTZ AWD Fully loaded with a MSRP of 47K and with $3000 down and 15K per year 36 month lease the dealer would have done the deal for $368 a month.
Just remember you will always get screwed no matter what deal you make!!
#262 of 285 Re: Can someone please help me do some math on a lease? [mr300eclass]
Aug 03, 2013 (8:27 am)
Thanks! The deal I listed is their advertised internet special, but it was still based off of MSRP so I figured there was still a good amount of wiggle room. The first dealer I went to told me that the invoice rate was only $700 under the MSRP so I shouldn't even bother negotiating. Needless to say I'll be finding a new dealer.
Side note: I live in Oregon so we don't have a sales tax thankfully.
I was guessing (because I don't exactly know how to do the math), that something at $0 down, $329 a month would be doing the deal "near invoice". Is that an acceptable offer? Good? Bad? Ugly? If money down is required then I'd just take it straight off the monthly payments.
Aug 03, 2013 (10:01 am)
Leased 2014 Traverse LTZ last week had 10 miles on it. Pittsburgh, Pa
Turned back in leased 2010 LT1 Traverse 17500 miles only options were rearview camera and steps.
Options on 2014 were:
My Link Navigation System
Black Metallic Color
Hit The Road Package
Cargo Convenience Package(included Cargo Security Shade)
No Money Down/39 months
CAP Cost $41,944
Lease Payment $404
Annual Mileage 10,000 miles
#264 of 285 Re: 2014 LTZ [chris0076]
Aug 03, 2013 (7:58 pm)
You got a good deal as long as you don't put on a lot of
Miles. 10k a year would not work for me. My last leased car was a honda and I had 15k miles per year and still went over by 7k miles at end of lease. Honda is awesome and ate $1100 worth of those miles and I only had to pay $700!!
I don't think GM would do that!! I almost bought a pilot touring but liked this truck better!!! Onstar is cool with phone app! But after they 6 months onstar will try to hit you with crazy fees to continue!
Does anyone know about the tow hitch package.. I got a hitch package and I got a wire in my glove box that does not fit into anything.. I did not
Get a wire that can fit the socket next to hitch. Anyone get this wire!!
#265 of 285 Re: 2014 LTZ [mr300eclass]
Aug 04, 2013 (4:30 am)
I retired a few years ago so I don't drive that much.
As you can tell by the Traverse I turned in with only 17,000 miles and nearly 4 years old.
I would have had less than that but I took a road trip to see my son in Florida and that accounted for nearly 3,000 of the miles.
I really like the Traverse for it's handling and smooth ride. First time I have ever bought the same vehicle back to back in over 50 years of buying cars.