Help buying a new truck.
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Posted by GREENHEAD22 on 12/27 at 9:25 pm to basiletiger
Yea I am going with the GMC, I got an offer from that dealership earlier today, they have given the best so far.


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Posted by Tigerholic on 12/27 at 9:32 pm to basiletiger
Thanks for the insight.


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Posted by Tigerholic on 12/27 at 9:35 pm to Tigerholic
Confessions of car salesman

Here is the article, actually an updated version on 2009. Original article was from 2001. Good read.



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Posted by GREENHEAD22 on 12/27 at 10:37 pm to Tigerholic
WillCover

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Know the dealer’s “hold-back” price


How do I find this?

Also so according to the consumer report that I bought the invoice on the truck I want is 32,500. So I should start there work down with the rebated and what not?



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Posted by OldTigahFot on 12/27 at 10:55 pm to GREENHEAD22
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Know the dealer’s “hold-back” price


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How do I find this?


Try Google, it's easy



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Posted by Dupont3 on 12/27 at 11:26 pm to GREENHEAD22
Step 1: don't get a chevy.


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Posted by Catman88 on 12/28 at 1:27 pm to GREENHEAD22
Why do people get it in their head that the dealer gives a frick about cash on hand?

BY FAR they want you to finance through them. They get all kinds of kickbacks and rebates then. They dont get shite if you pay in cash.

Also you would take an instant hit on resale value due to model change.


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Posted by GREENHEAD22 on 12/28 at 4:48 pm to Catman88
I dont give a shite I am getting a GM, if you have nothing good to offer then save it.


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Posted by rlp on 12/28 at 6:57 pm to GREENHEAD22
I just bought a 2012 Chevy 1500 SWB, V6, Ext Cab "WT" Work Truck with power windows, locks, bedliner and tool box for $20,500, MSRP was over 28,000. Priced this same truck 2 months ago and the best deal I could get was $24k and change. I decided to wait and see if deals got better towards end of year...they did.


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Posted by Sorrento Muddbugs on 12/28 at 8:05 pm to rlp
I just got a 2013 Sonata today for $25900 out the door. Not sure how much I really paid for the car though. I really wanted $25500 out the door but they weren't budging, and it was the exact car my wife wanted, and the only one that could be found between 3 different dealerships. Msrp was 28,600 plus ttl it would have been $31,500 out the door.


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Posted by GREENHEAD22 on 12/28 at 8:08 pm to Sorrento Muddbugs
I am have two right now, one is at 11600 off MSRP the other is at 10200 off MSRP. I think I pissed off one of the dealerships straight up told them what the deal was. It sucks to because they actually have the truck I really want.

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