: 0% for 72 months



CVP33
10-01-07, 08:07 PM
I haven't seen anyone post this up yet. 0% for 72 months is a great deal on 2007 CTS-V's. I'm sure many of us wish we had that financing. GM announces all new incentive tomorrow. Doubt it will get better than this, but you may get some rebate with that as well. Personally I'm hoping GM finally opens up GMS pricing for the Z06. Then they will get me back.

heavymetals
10-01-07, 08:26 PM
I got 60 month 0% financing on my Z06.

It was only available for one week in 2003.

The dealer was pissed because I also got the GM employee discount.

He "made me" take the showroom model.

StealthV
10-01-07, 08:58 PM
What the heck would I do with a '07 V? Lose 100 rwhp and have a truck engine to boot? No thanks. :duck:

Florian
10-01-07, 09:16 PM
Personally I'm hoping GM finally opens up GMS pricing for the Z06. Then they will get me back.

CVP, you and I are on the same wavelength here.....a tasty Z06 would be nice.


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CVP33
10-01-07, 10:03 PM
CVP, you and I are on the same wavelength here.....a tasty Z06 would be nice.


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I finally test drove a dealer's used C6 (wouldn't let me drive a new one) 2006 with Z51. I must say I wasn't impressed. I went and looked up the numbers and that explained it. 1/4 mile times are about 12.8. I'm guessing I'm around 12.9 to 13.0 so not that big of a difference. But the Z06 would be a HUGE difference. There was a seller on the corvette forums who let his 2006 Z06 go for $56,500. AMAZING. Frankly, I'd be willing to do GMS for a new leftover 2007 or even dealer invoice.

BTW - Your favorite dealer has a Z06 on his lot right now. His price is way off though. Most are $5K off MSRP for new or better. With winter coming, it will only get better.

ssmike
10-01-07, 10:59 PM
does anyone know if the 0% can be combined with the GM friends and family discounts?

I have been waiting to pull the trigger on a new V and this might do it!

CVP33
10-01-07, 11:03 PM
does anyone know if the 0% can be combined with the GM friends and family discounts?

I have been waiting to pull the trigger on a new V and this might do it!

This should not be an issue. GM sponsors both discounts and the dealer is kept whole.

ssmike
10-01-07, 11:06 PM
That would be awesome and easily justify the sticker shock on the new car!

Thanks.

onebadcad
10-01-07, 11:50 PM
There was a seller on the corvette forums who let his 2006 Z06 go for $56,500. AMAZING. Frankly, I'd be willing to do GMS for a new leftover 2007 or even dealer invoice.

BTW - Your favorite dealer has a Z06 on his lot right now. His price is way off though. Most are $5K off MSRP for new or better. With winter coming, it will only get better.

I have seen a few 2007 Z06s go for around $60K, great deals considering 12 months ago the price was MSRP plus $5K. Another route to go is a 2005 C6 (I know it has a truck motor, but great for pulling trailers:cool2:) for $30K, put on the PC SC and get close to 600RWHP with a pulley swap. Price after SC, and full exhaust is still around $40K.

CVP33
10-02-07, 07:25 PM
I have seen a few 2007 Z06s go for around $60K, great deals considering 12 months ago the price was MSRP plus $5K. Another route to go is a 2005 C6 (I know it has a truck motor, but great for pulling trailers:cool2:) for $30K, put on the PC SC and get close to 600RWHP with a pulley swap. Price after SC, and full exhaust is still around $40K.

I'm with you on the C6 with S/C deal and thought I might even go that route. But at the end of the day, with what you get in the Z06, it's not just the power you're trying to duplicate, it's the look, power to weight ratio, handling, etc. If I'm going to do it, I'm going to go all the way.

UPDATE - GM did nothing for the Corvettes with incentives. In fact, they took away the $1,000 rebate they did have going. Day's supply is at record levels so something's got to give here.

NormV
10-02-07, 09:50 PM
I finally test drove a dealer's used C6 (wouldn't let me drive a new one) 2006 with Z51. I must say I wasn't impressed. I went and looked up the numbers and that explained it. 1/4 mile times are about 12.8. I'm guessing I'm around 12.9 to 13.0 so not that big of a difference. But the Z06 would be a HUGE difference. There was a seller on the corvette forums who let his 2006 Z06 go for $56,500. AMAZING. Frankly, I'd be willing to do GMS for a new leftover 2007 or even dealer invoice.

BTW - Your favorite dealer has a Z06 on his lot right now. His price is way off though. Most are $5K off MSRP for new or better. With winter coming, it will only get better.

The C6 lost the low super car looks of the C5. Honestly not a fan of either in the looks department but drive the later. The C5 is still the best bang for the buck when you add mods and a nice compliment to the cushy V.

My C5 is around 2900 lbs and with headers and a tune had no problem follow an 07 GT3 down the back stretch of Road Atlanta. The owner was pretty cool about it in the pits. :)

C6Z vs C5/mods debate:

http://forums.corvetteforum.com/showthread.php?t=1512440

Norm

CVP33
10-02-07, 10:36 PM
Norm,

No doubt that mod for mod the lighter Vette will win vs. a V or SRT8 for that matter. As for looks, I must disagree. I know the Corvette faithful despise the closed headlights and straighter lines, but I love that look. To me, the Z06 is the baddest Vette in 40 years. Nothing beats a 1967 Corvette 427, so that's why I qualified "40 years".