: Any new rebates or special rates on new CTS-Vs?



elevated
05-16-11, 08:26 PM
Just wondering if GM is offering any special rebates, holdbacks, rates to clear the 2011 models before 2012s get here in July. I have not seen anything listed yet, but there sure are lots of CTS-Vs on lots around here.

dvandentop
05-16-11, 08:48 PM
edmunds.com click on new cars then incentives, nothing great right now

che_socal
05-16-11, 11:58 PM
edmunds.com click on new cars then incentives, nothing great right nowThe Edmunds table is old; it's behind by several rebate periods.

For the latest incentives see:

https://www.gmsupplierdiscount.com/ip-vpp/#tab_regional

Right now, in most (perhaps all) regions, there's a $3,000 "total cash allowance" if you buy a new 2011 V-Wagon, $2,000 for a 2011 V-Sedan, and nothing for a V-coupe until 5/31/2011.

For GM employees, instead see:

https://www.gmfamilyfirst.com/ip-vpp/#tab_regional

which also includes the GM employee allowance (another $1,000-$2,000 allowance on top of the above, for 2011 V-vehicles).

Caddy Wagon
05-17-11, 12:10 AM
I heard the existing "total cash allowance" (factory to dealer cash) runs out this month.

ChicagoV
05-17-11, 01:20 AM
I would consider waiting. Last June/July Ally was offering 72 months at 0%. Perhaps same or maybe 60 months this year?

Cub Cadet
05-17-11, 08:31 AM
It is also worth noting that GM employee discount has changed substantially. The amount discounted for being an employee is small now. I looked into it a month ago and at the time, I was only able to get $3k off sticker... basically 5% off.
I am also eligible for a Ford supplier discount and the amount was much higher there... 10% off sticker.

elevated
05-22-11, 11:52 AM
The Edmunds table is old; it's behind by several rebate periods.

For the latest incentives see:

https://www.gmsupplierdiscount.com/ip-vpp/#tab_regional

Tha

Right now, in most (perhaps all) regions, there's a $3,000 "total cash allowance" if you buy a new 2011 V-Wagon, $2,000 for a 2011 V-Sedan, and nothing for a V-coupe until 5/31/2011.

For GM employees, instead see:

https://www.gmfamilyfirst.com/ip-vpp/#tab_regional

which also includes the GM employee allowance (another $1,000-$2,000 allowance on top of the above, for 2011 V-vehicles).

Thanks, how would I be able to get the supplier cash allowance, if not a supplier?

I wish Ally was offering the 0% now. The current offer rate of only 1.9% for 36 months is not really a deal (36 is too short), but If I could get the $2,000 cash, then that would make up for it (after I finance elsewhere for better terms).

elevated
05-22-11, 11:54 AM
It is also worth noting that GM employee discount has changed substantially. The amount discounted for being an employee is small now. I looked into it a month ago and at the time, I was only able to get $3k off sticker... basically 5% off.
I am also eligible for a Ford supplier discount and the amount was much higher there... 10% off sticker.

I agree. The dealer is quoting me better pricing than offered from the Employee discount. The employee pricing isn't that much of a discount compared to what dealers are actually offering to sell for.

MReiland
05-22-11, 12:46 PM
Just wondering if GM is offering any special rebates, holdbacks, rates to clear the 2011 models before 2012s get here in July. I have not seen anything listed yet, but there sure are lots of CTS-Vs on lots around here.

On Gm Family First, you can get 1.9% for 36 months PLUS Bonus Cash of $3000 Wagon, or $2000 sedan or use you own financing and still get the bonus cash.

che_socal
05-22-11, 04:05 PM
Thanks, how would I be able to get the supplier cash allowance, if not a supplier?I have perks through work (Sony) that entitles me to the supplier discount (presumably Sony supplies some parts to certain GM cars or some such). Your work may or may not have similar perks.

That said, if you look around, there are dealers out there who will offer you the GM preferred (aka supplier) price even if you don't. Odds are your local dealer doesn't, though, so you may have to work with an out-of-state dealer.

The "cash allowance" (and "employee allowance") are in addition to the GM preferred price - or, should be, unless your dealer is crooked.

Try building your vehicle using this:

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

and you'll see what price you should be looking for.

PremierJosh
05-22-11, 07:00 PM
I just got a better deal without using my gm employee pricing. I got my black diamond for $65200.