: Pricing



twoz28
04-27-11, 04:05 PM
Went to look at a fully loaded V coupe when they came out and the dealer wanted 3K over MSRP. Just curious on what pricing people have acheived when buying the V coupe.

JohnnySpagz
04-27-11, 04:16 PM
I'm actually picking mine up on Saturday. The purchase price on a $72210.00 V Coupe - they are selling it to me for close to Supplier pricing which is about 68500.00 or so. Also, they gave the lease terms of 36K 12K a year for 909.00 with $5564.00 due at signing which includes NJ Sales Tax, Registration, 1st mo payment)

Hope this helps.

GM-4-LIFE
04-27-11, 04:19 PM
I got GM preferred pricing plus all rebates GM was offering at the time. This was in February. James Quinn at Les Stanford was able to get me GM employee pricing. Give him a shout!

James C. Quinn
Les Stanford Chevrolet-Cadillac
313.724.1430 Direct
Email: James_Quinn@lesstanford.com

Tell him Shawn from L.A. sent you! Good luck!

BuckeyeInNC
04-27-11, 04:35 PM
I was also able to get "preferred pricing" plus all available incentives ($3k manufacturer to dealer). If you shop around, which is easy to do on the Internet, you can easily get a quote from someone remote and see if the local dealer is willing to match.

e6t
04-27-11, 04:40 PM
remind your dealer that its not 1996.

cgmmny
04-27-11, 07:14 PM
I'm actually picking mine up on Saturday. The purchase price on a $72210.00 V Coupe - they are selling it to me for close to Supplier pricing which is about 68500.00 or so. Also, they gave the lease terms of 36K 12K a year for 909.00 with $5564.00 due at signing which includes NJ Sales Tax, Registration, 1st mo payment)

Hope this helps.

Supplier pricing for a loaded V coupe (non-black diamond) is right at $65K. See link below. Put in your zip, selection your division, CTSV Coupe and options.....

http://prod3.gmautobuilder.com/BuildYourOwn/GMFamilyFirst.byo?priceformula=SU

Your lease also seems high. Are you carrying any negative equity into your deal? What residual and money factor were you quoted?

JohnnySpagz
04-27-11, 08:08 PM
I just priced out the V I am getting on the site above and get 68362.00. I am not trading anything in and tax and tags are included in the down payment. The residual is 36312.00. Not sure what the money factor is.

voltrons_head
04-28-11, 12:52 PM
I picked up a loaded sedan last month for $4800 under INVOICE.

Use American Express/Zag car buying program. That will get you hooked up. Hurry up though because GM incentives are about to change or go away for May.

I just checked and in the Philly area the Zag car buying program has dealers willing to sell the V coupe for $600 under invoice as of today. $65,373 with the Black Diamond package. $62773 for a Black Diamond sedan. Not quite as good as I got but still a good deal.

This is a no haggle guaranteed price. Put your info in and a dealer will call you. It's just about whether they have or can get you the car. I had to wait 2 weeks but they got me the car I wanted without hassle.

cgmmny
04-28-11, 04:08 PM
I just priced out the V I am getting on the site above and get 68362.00. I am not trading anything in and tax and tags are included in the down payment. The residual is 36312.00. Not sure what the money factor is.

Seems like your getting the bd coupe. That's a good price. However, you may want to check that AMEX site referenced in this thread. $65K for bd-v is the lowest I've seen

elevated
04-29-11, 06:19 PM
I may have to try that Zag/Amex deal. Deals looks pretty good if the dealer has already agreed to accept it. I wonder what happens if its the same dealer I've been talking to. The Zag deal is about $1,000 less than my dealer's "bottom number", and the distance to me looks the same. Likely the same dealer.