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Old 08-07-2010, 12:02 AM   #11 (permalink)
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It is the GM buisness choice program
http://www.gmfleet.com/businessChoic.../lowesCard.jsp

They send all kinds of crap in the mail offering tool boxes and contractor up fits for vans and trucks.

Ford does the same thing, but I never bought one

GM also 1099's you for the $500


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Old 08-07-2010, 02:49 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Oh cool...so it looks like anybody who is a business owner can get this. I'm assuming this can be done after the deal?

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Old 08-07-2010, 11:05 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Mine should arrive this week.
Paying invoice -$1500 - $500 dealer cash for 42700 + tt.

But then my brother is sales manager.
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Old 08-07-2010, 12:28 PM   #14 (permalink)
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invoice less 1500…they are losing 1500 bucks to sell you a truck???…or are they keeping some of the incentive for profit?…i never understood that part, maybe its just what they show people and we will never know…lol...
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49,121.60 +ttl

CC,8', C3500HD, DRW, high end LT,buckets, Bose,almost everything except NAV, power rear window, sunroof

My Cali tags on my 08 3500 are $624 this year
bet the cost of your tags would go down if you didnt have to support the illegals in California.

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oh and back on subject.
I am going to wait a year or so before jumping on the urea bandwagon. Not that I think its a bad idea or that its going to cause problems, but I just want there to be more places to get this stuff before I committ to needing it.
I want it at the gas pump right next to the diesel pump so I can do it all at once.
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It doesn't help very much to tell us what you paid if you don't describe the truck you bought.

In regards to invoice, that is nowhere near the price the dealer pays for the vehicle. Plus they get other incentives such as 3% dealer holdback. As an example: If the dealer cost is $42,000 the invoice they show you is $45k+.
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oh and back on subject.
I am going to wait a year or so before jumping on the urea bandwagon. Not that I think its a bad idea or that its going to cause problems, but I just want there to be more places to get this stuff before I committ to needing it.
I want it at the gas pump right next to the diesel pump so I can do it all at once.
It will take MUCH longer than a year before they have a Urea pump.

I think the best way to do this is to give a brief description of the truck, what MSRP was, and what you paid. That way others who are looking at a truck can figure out what they should be able to pay based on MSRP.
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It doesn't help very much to tell us what you paid if you don't describe the truck you bought.

In regards to invoice, that is nowhere near the price the dealer pays for the vehicle. Plus they get other incentives such as 3% dealer holdback. As an example: If the dealer cost is $42,000 the invoice they show you is $45k+.
I disagree. I think it doesn't help if you DO describe the truck...it's rare you are going to have two trucks configured exactly the same for a dollar to dollar comparison.

I think the only way to see what kind of deal you are getting is to determine price over invoice +/- incentives.

Holdback is something you can hack into in your negotiations but on a new truck in high demand it's going to be hard.

I did the Costco method...do an inquiry through Costco...they hook you up with a dealer and part of the Costco deal is upfront pricing where they show you invoice/holdback etc...you see everything. Typically Costco has a pre-negotiated price...like in my case it was $1500 over. I got some steps thrown in the deal so after the incentive you could say I got into the holdback by $300.
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oh and back on subject.
I am going to wait a year or so before jumping on the urea bandwagon. Not that I think its a bad idea or that its going to cause problems, but I just want there to be more places to get this stuff before I committ to needing it.
I want it at the gas pump right next to the diesel pump so I can do it all at once.
when do you drive 5000 miles without ever going home or go to a napa or gm dealership or anyotherplace that has it. Just my opinion but ill bet you will pay more at the pump than other places and it seemed to be a issue earlier in this thread.

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