Stop telling yourself a "good deal" is $10,000 off. Unless you find a 2012 Demo Yukon or Tahoe with 5 to 7,000 miles you won't get this deal. 2013 models are going for around $5,500 to possible $6,000 off. This incentive includes a $2,000 rebate from the factory and $3,000 to $4,000 of dealer incentives. If you have insurance with farm bureau there is an additional $500 rebate or if you are a USAA member there is an additional $750 rebate. The days of dealerships advertising $10,000 off Yukons and Tahoes are long gone. Purchase something based on your needs and wants. If you think it's a good deal go for it. Walking in a GM dealership and saying I'll do the deal at $10,000 won't get you anywhere on the vehicle that you are interested in. Truck incentives are a different animal.
This post was edited on 12/27 at 8:18 pm