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2009-2014 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Employee Pricing in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2009-2014; Originally Posted by Florian Id NEVER buy a car from Tony....he's a shyster~! LOL. BTW-you know what I want. Keep ...
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    Re: Employee Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by Florian View Post
    Id NEVER buy a car from Tony....he's a shyster~! LOL.

    BTW-you know what I want. Keep me in mind.


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    Re: Employee Pricing

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    Tony thanks for posting, I just wanted to make sure the supporting dealers would be ok with posting it before I did.

    Tony I thought it was:
    $51,409.20 + $775.00 DFC + $1,300.00 Gas = $53,484.20

    How much i would love to buy it for those numbers..

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    Re: Employee Pricing

    I remember posting last summer that dealers would honor those that qualify for the employee discount (like me) right out of the gates, and I got told by some here to "check my facts", lol. $59k loaded sounds pretty darn good right now...

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    Re: Employee Pricing

    Can anyone give me an idea of where this pricing is compared to "invoice." Does it go, Employee lowest, then Invoice, then Supplier, then MSRP? Or do I have the order mixed up?

    Thanks

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    Re: Employee Pricing

    Quote Originally Posted by AZstar View Post
    Can anyone give me an idea of where this pricing is compared to "invoice." Does it go, Employee lowest, then Invoice, then Supplier, then MSRP? Or do I have the order mixed up?

    Thanks
    Try, dealer(considering hold back), employee, invoice, MSRP

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    Re: Employee Pricing

    My question really is what the Supplier Price is compared to Invoice. I don't qualify for employee pricing, but I do qualify for Supplier pricing. My dealership said that they are unable at this time to tell me a price. In fact, they said they can't even put the order in because the system is not accepting orders. When they are able to submit the order, I guess they will be able to compare all the various prices for me. Until then, I'm just curious, in general, is Supplier price higher or lower than Invoice, usually.

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    Re: Employee Pricing

    When I bought my '08 CTS GMU (Supplier) was 1.5% over invoice and GMS (Employee) was 3% under invoice. Using Tony's case of $52,184.20 for Employee including destination, that puts invoice around $53,800 and Supplier at around $54,600. Again, that was on a fully loaded CTS, not the new V - not sure if it varies across models. If GM offers a 24-month pull ahead on the balance of my lease and a dealer accepts my supplier code, I'm in. Otherwise I need to wait another 18-24 months...

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