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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    Quote Originally Posted by qictrk View Post
    In my area, i have made a couple of offers of $3,000 under MRSP, to two different dealers. They didn't even call me back. Did i insult them? Maybe its to early. I figured they would take it because it would be special ordered and wouldn't have to sit on the floor. I don't want NAV or sun roof. Cecil............
    There is already 2 grand on the hood, so 3 is not unreasonable offer.
    Maybe they don't have any cars coming in with your options, or all the ones they have coming in are sold.


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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    ^ just get the manual trans- its about $2k cheaper

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    How about military discount?

    Anyone heard or knows of dealerships allowing the military pricing for the V2? Havent heard anything about this yet....

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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    I am doing supplier pricing for anyone that wants one..

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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    Quote Originally Posted by HPCC View Post
    Mine too, but still haven't been able to get an authorization code from the website. Can dealers offer it on their own?
    I think it's up to the dealer who gets the discount as I never mentioned to my dealer that I work for a GM supplier and he offered me the discount on his own free will.

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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    If your a legit GMS (family member is a gm employee) they will do it on a CTS-V. They are not offering it to people off the street.

    I spoke to 2 Caddy dealerships that I have bought from in the past and they both said they will give me GMS. Now I wait to see who gets one first :P.

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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    I've talked to five dealerships. Two say yes to GMS pricing and three say no. The three saying no claim that it is GM that won't allow it. It is frustrating to have so much misinformation.

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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    Was able to catch up on this, they did indeed decide to disallow GMS for a period of time to accelerate all non discounted offers due to everything happening with GM. The decision to hold off was just made this past week and in contrast to what we were told during the Fall. (By comparison, the ZR1 was disallowed months before people started taking delivery.) Reading between the lines it appears that the discount will become available in January.

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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    GMS - $61,696 with every option (auto)
    GMS - $53,484 stripper (manual)

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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    That's an expensive stripper.

    Must be high class.

    I like strippers.

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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    I am eligable for the Ford Z plan (employee plan-retired) and have yet to come across a dealer that will honor it on SVT, Saleens, Roush, Harley or any specialty models so I dont see what the big deal is.

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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    Quote Originally Posted by MauiV View Post
    I am eligable for the Ford Z plan (employee plan-retired) and have yet to come across a dealer that will honor it on SVT, Saleens, Roush, Harley or any specialty models so I dont see what the big deal is.
    It is not a big deal only to the point where the cars are not selling on their own. Only problem is almost none of the specialty vehicles put out by the Big 3 sell on their own for long. It seems quite logical that once finished inventory starts to build up that employees should have their discount honored.

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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    Stuff like this and dealer markups make me want to see bankruptcy.

    These guys should be trying to sell everything at near cost to even keep a cash flow coming. The new Colbalt would make a killing if it weren't $25k!

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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    Quote Originally Posted by MauiV View Post
    I am eligable for the Ford Z plan (employee plan-retired) and have yet to come across a dealer that will honor it on SVT, Saleens, Roush, Harley or any specialty models so I dont see what the big deal is.
    You cant seriously expect to get Z plan on any SVO or specialty car. There are more buyers out there for them than vehicles, so they get top dollar. If not, they zone trade em to dealers that can move them. The Harley-tard F150s sell like hotcakes to the HD lemmings w/Gold cards...its unbelieveable that someone would pay 40+K for a pickup. (disclaimer: I have an F-150). The Halo cars are typically not eligible for discounting. A better strategy is to wait a year or two and have someone take the depreciation hit.


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    Re: Bad News...NO EMPLOYEE PRICING

    Quote Originally Posted by CadV View Post
    If your a legit GMS (family member is a gm employee) they will do it on a CTS-V. They are not offering it to people off the street.

    I spoke to 2 Caddy dealerships that I have bought from in the past and they both said they will give me GMS. Now I wait to see who gets one first :P.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jpjr View Post
    It is not a big deal only to the point where the cars are not selling on their own. Only problem is almost none of the specialty vehicles put out by the Big 3 sell on their own for long. It seems quite logical that once finished inventory starts to build up that employees should have their discount honored.
    With V1, it took about 1 year before they started honoring GMS.

    Quote Originally Posted by CVP33 View Post
    GMS - $61,696 with every option (auto)
    GMS - $53,484 stripper (manual)
    FLARK YOU BUDDY.... that is one thing I didn't need to know.

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