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#94 of 136 raw inventory count doesn't tell the full availability story
Dec 17, 2011 (4:22 am)
a more important metric to see the supply vs demand for a car is not the raw inventory number but the avg # of days each vehicle stays on the lot. for example, there may be 1313 cars within 100 miles that match what you want, but they could all be in-process of being sold to 1313 people each of whom has put down a deposit.
whatever. what's to argue about? get the best bargain you can, of course.
Jan 03, 2012 (8:45 am)
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#97 of 136 2012 Cruz 1LT
Jan 09, 2012 (3:32 am)
Lots of inventory in NORCAL from what I could see.
Picked this gem up the other day.
Came with convenience package of remote start and power driver seat.
So far so good with the car. Roomy, comfortable and quiet.
Used a $2000 topped up rebate for having a GM card plus $500 for owning another GM vehicle. Not a bad deal at all.
#98 of 136 Re: 2012 Cruz 1LT [jamtracy]
Jan 17, 2012 (10:18 pm)
How do you get the GM card rebate? Is it just the 5% cash back on the card for buying a GM vehicle? Or is it $2000 on top of the 5% on the card?
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#100 of 136 Re: 2012 Cruz 1LT [tesalin]
Jan 18, 2012 (6:22 pm)
I've only been a GM card holder for a few months. A couple of weeks ago I got a post card in the mail saying they topped me up to 2K until 2/29/12. I read some people got 3K. Don't know if it is from status or regional for the variance. All I know is an extra 2K off a cruze is a pretty good deal in itself. Throw in USAA on top of the deal you make with the salesman and it makes for a pretty good savings.
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#102 of 136 Re: 2012 Cruz 1LT [jamtracy]
Feb 02, 2012 (3:59 pm)
MSRP 20200 (Base 1LT Automatic)
-700 Negotiated reduction
-750 USAA discount
-3000 Topped off GM Earnings (allowance limits waived until 2/29!)
-1800 (24 month Ally lease incentive)
=$13950 Final Price for lease
1% lease factor and 60% Residual value left me with a $93/month payment after paying $1020 for lease fee, tax, title, tags...
#103 of 136 Re: 2012 Cruz 1LT [budman21]
Feb 03, 2012 (6:23 am)
Very Nice! To bad my top off was 2K vice 3K. But no matter I took it and love my car. Take care.