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Chevy/GMC/Buick 20% Off MSRP! YMMV

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Chevy/GMC/Buick 20% Off MSRP! YMMV

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July 28, 2015
Hey guys,

I did a search on here but did not see this posted. I saw some Car deals in here lately so thought I should mention this one.

I just bought 2 brand new 2015 Chevy's and this deal just popped up in between. Just got a 2015 Chevy Trax LT which is selling for $26,000 down to $18,500 plus all the crap they tack on for a new car. No haggling or anything its just straight 20% off their price. It's only on their 15% of their inventory that has been on the lot for more than 90 days.

Seems like more of a discount than the other brands im seeing here? Its a little ymmv because the dealer you go might have to do some searching for you and they might not be so helpful. Each dealer I noticed is having their own "sale" to promote this deal so their website might have a special list of their cars available at this discount.

Thought I would pass it on! Enjoy.
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DJ_Peanuts22 wrote: Corvette and Camaro are excluded :(
Sorry, I didnt know.. I assumed it was just on everything.. I guess their site says the following models:

Cruze, Equinox, Trax, Sonic, Malibu and Silverado for Chevy
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Same deal for GMC and Buick. Best discounts would be on the higher trims (LT in Chevy's case). I believe it's for cash purchase only. You can probably still finance it but at an unsubsidized rate.
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CheekEman wrote: Just got a 2015 Chevy Trax LT which is selling for $26,000 down to $18,500 plus all the crap they tack on for a new car. No haggling or anything its just straight 20% off their price.
Is there a special deal on the Trax? Because $26K down to $18.5K is way more than 20%... it's almost 30%.
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AvalonERX wrote: Same deal for GMC and Buick. Best discounts would be on the higher trims (LT in Chevy's case). I believe it's for cash purchase only. You can probably still finance it but at an unsubsidized rate.
Yeah we were looking at the Trax LS at first but went with the LT because of the extras it comes with and the price difference was worth it. Its either take the 20% and pay the regular 5% interest rate or take 0% financing and no discount.
molo wrote: Is there a special deal on the Trax? Because $26K down to $18.5K is way more than 20%... it's almost 30%.
Well there were a few extra credits I got such as the Loyalty $500 credit and a couple other things they added on when I was making a deal. Right off the bat it was $25,9xx i forget the tens of dollars, then they took a straight 20% off which was about $5100 no questions asked. Then you can negotiate your usual ways as everyone does when buying a car.
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Away from RFD idiots
makes you wonder how much they rip you off from the beginning.
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mathiewannabe wrote: makes you wonder how much they rip you off from the beginning.
Dont wonder. Then you will think that about being ripped off on everything :)
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AvalonERX wrote: Same deal for GMC and Buick. Best discounts would be on the higher trims (LT in Chevy's case). I believe it's for cash purchase only. You can probably still finance it but at an unsubsidized rate.
Interesting, changing the Equinox to the LT lowered the discount. Went from 20% off to ~12% off MSRP with that simple change (doing it online)
Maybe you can get the 20% off at the dealership
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goat wrote: Interesting, changing the Equinox to the LT lowered the discount. Went from 20% off to ~12% off MSRP with that simple change (doing it online)
Maybe you can get the 20% off at the dealership
Yeah I found the pricing online to be a little weird like that. It is a little confusing too because I use AutoTrader a lot and some prices there are listed with the 20%, some are not. Its hit or miss but the best thing you can do is just go to any dealership and they can locate one for you in the GTA. Thats what mine did.. I told him exactly what I wanted, which colour and he went out and got it.
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CheekEman wrote: Dont wonder. Then you will think that about being ripped off on everything :)
The most un-RFD thing an RFDer can say :P
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Browse around the GM website, you will get an additional $500 discount. Took me about 10 minutes for a window to popup offering that on a Chevy.
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DJ_Peanuts22 wrote: Corvette and Camaro are excluded :(
if you want one for real hmu.

pops dealership usually has some really nice high end camaros and corvettes they let go for good prices. they had a bunch of ZL1 camaros and cut the price down to get rid of some recently
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All the overpriced vehicles reduced to the price point where they should be sold at.
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raspeed wrote: All the overpriced vehicles reduced to the price point where they should be sold at.
Thats the time to buy!
plastikboy wrote: The most un-RFD thing an RFDer can say :P
ha, touche!
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Yes well, I have a bit of an issue when they market the Trax as a "rugged SUV", when it's essentially a FWD Sonic with an SUV-esque body. Like those Jeep abominations ...

Surprised they don't market it with "free Korean inspired styling included!"
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raspeed wrote: Yes well, I have a bit of an issue when they market the Trax as a "rugged SUV", when it's essentially a FWD Sonic with an SUV-esque body. Like those Jeep abominations ...

Surprised they don't market it with "free Korean inspired styling included!"
Unless you get the AWD version! It's actually decent. It's for my Wife anyway its perfect for her. For the price and what it comes with it was an easy choice.
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CheekEman wrote: I just bought 2 brand new 2015 Chevy's
Everyone I knew had very bad experience in GM. I won't put all eggs in one basket with 2 vehicles of doubtful reliability.
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mathiewannabe wrote: makes you wonder how much they rip you off from the beginning.
So true. For cars not even made in the U.S....
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tempchum wrote: Everyone I knew had very bad experience in GM. I won't put all eggs in one basket with 2 vehicles of doubtful reliability.
I was not looking to even get a new car. I just had 2 of the worst car experiences in my life happen just recently with my 2 "old" 2013 Ford's. Lied right to our faces and even though I have proof, its totally legal. To make a long story short, bought a demo and it had an accident on it that even though we asked if it had one, was told no. Since the damage was under a certain amount, its totally legal. We even saw the "CarFax" and it was clean because the damage happened only days before we bought the car. Horrible.

Cars are cars. It's the experience that sells. So far I am happy with GM. Sure things break down and mechanical things will break down. It's life. How you are treated about it is what makes their reputation.

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