: Does this 2010 V GMS Price Sound Right?



C6ZR1
08-24-09, 11:33 PM
My 2010 V is in production this week. My dealer called me today and said the MSRP on my car is $70,785 and my GMS price is $63,700. Sound right?

C6ZR1

Barry626
08-24-09, 11:36 PM
My 2010 V is in production this week. My dealer called me today and said the MSRP on my car is $70,785 and my GMS price is $63,700. Sound right?

C6ZR1

Sounds right to me.

Do u work for GM to get this great price?

abbas
09-02-09, 06:30 PM
My 2010 V is in production this week. My dealer called me today and said the MSRP on my car is $70,785 and my GMS price is $63,700. Sound right?

C6ZR1

What options are you getting?

Also, you want to make sure they are quoting you MSRP and NOT Dealer Price. I was told about the dealer price before they applied the discount and found out that their dealer price was MSRP + markup so the discount really didnt discount anything.

demorgan59
09-02-09, 09:07 PM
MSRP, Dealer Invoice, GSU and GMS are well defined numbers published by a lot of different sources including Edmunds, etc. GMS (Employee price) is approximately 90% of MSRP give or take a few dollars based on total options. If they told you different than that, I'd walk. Honest dealers know and will tell you what these numbers are to the penny.

MReiland
09-02-09, 09:52 PM
Sounds right to me.

Do u work for GM to get this great price?

GMS 'For Friends' is currently active if you own a non-GM vehicle and you happen to know a GM employee.... Which you might. :shhh:

abbas
09-03-09, 01:29 PM
MSRP, Dealer Invoice, GSU and GMS are well defined numbers published by a lot of different sources including Edmunds, etc. GMS (Employee price) is approximately 90% of MSRP give or take a few dollars based on total options. If they told you different than that, I'd walk. Honest dealers know and will tell you what these numbers are to the penny.

Where can you find the GMS pricing on the options? Just curious.

I just bought one last week. The dealership gave me the over-supply discount which other dealerships told me didnt apply to the CTS-V but this one applied it.

Mikevette
09-03-09, 01:47 PM
That looks real close to what I paid for my V last month for which I got @ GMS Employee price. My sticker was $70 and change, I paided $63700, loaed w/recaro's,nav,sunroof and extra 1k for paint color. So I would say you are gettting a SWEAT deal. Can't wait to see the CTS-V Coupe when it arrives might have to upgrade and lose a couple of doors.

Mike P.

C6ZR1
09-03-09, 10:29 PM
What options are you getting?

Also, you want to make sure they are quoting you MSRP and NOT Dealer Price. I was told about the dealer price before they applied the discount and found out that their dealer price was MSRP + markup so the discount really didnt discount anything.

Thunder Gray
Ebony Interior
Sunroof Delete
6-Speed Manual
Polished Wheels
Navigation
Recaro Seats
Sueded Steering Wheel

MSRP on my car
is $70,785 GMS price is $63,700

abbas
09-03-09, 11:24 PM
Thunder Gray
Ebony Interior
Sunroof Delete
6-Speed Manual
Polished Wheels
Navigation
Recaro Seats
Sueded Steering Wheel

MSRP on my car
is $70,785 GMS price is $63,700

That is about what I paid with the above options, Radiant Silver and Sunroof (dont know if by Delete you meant no sunroof). They didnt call it GMS discount but a Over-Supply discount.

Dont get the financing from GMAC. For me they wanted 8.99% so I went thru a local bank for close to 5%.

Mikevette
09-04-09, 11:11 AM
Yeah dealer are offering Supplier pricing to everybody but will hold on tight to Employee price due ot it gets them 4% more than if they sell for Employee. Supplier is a good deal because you not paying sticker price and employee is even better with the additional .4% drop in selling price below supplier price They are ordering these V's loaded to ensure that they make a good chunk of cash on each sale. Delete sun roof,nav and paint cost would be a wash for the recarro's. Everything about this V is awesome, best of both worlds comfort and performance!!!! "aka Total package" Know let the mods begin if you don't mind losing your warranty!

Mike P. :thumbsup:

marktanner
09-04-09, 06:20 PM
Abbas, did the sticker come off the car? The MSRP sounds too high. My car was about $69K equipped just like yours but WITH the sunroof. Without the roof mine would have been about $68K. The difference is about $2000. We have heard in this forum that the price was $2000 higher for'10, but that NAV was standard, so no actual price increase. Maybe that's not really true. Does it say what the gas guzzler tax is? for the '09 MT it's $1300. Did that change for '10?

Ziggerman
10-09-09, 01:35 PM
Don't forget $750 fall care if you currently have a GM vehicle and, also, you can get another $500 if you decline the money back guarantee.

lbenoit
10-09-09, 01:53 PM
Go to gmfamilyfirst dot com and click on Price Your Vehicle. The site still has only 2009 pricing, but it is the same for 2009 and 2010 cars, except NAV is standard for the 2010 model year. Note that the dot is a period -- I can't post the actual hyperlink. Your quoted MSRP is too high.

Hill Cadillac
10-09-09, 02:32 PM
Hey C6ZR1,

The GM Employee Price they told you does sound right. I work at a dealer and we have a brand new 2010 listed at $69,845 and the GM Employee Price is $63,068. The only difference between our CTS-V and yours is the $995 paint upgrade. Hope this helps.


Randy
Internet Manager
Hill Cadillac
3964 West Chester Pike
Newtown Square, PA 19073
Phone: 610-356-4900
Email: rhill@hillcadillac.com

dg144
10-10-09, 02:09 PM
My 2010 V is in production this week. My dealer called me today and said the MSRP on my car is $70,785 and my GMS price is $63,700. Sound right?

C6ZR1
I have the same thing coming, mine goes into production this week too at the same price!

Barry626
10-11-09, 01:09 AM
Abbas, Does it say what the gas guzzler tax is? for the '09 MT it's $1300. Did that change for '10?

Guessing he's getting automatic? which gas guzzler tax is $2600.