: GMS/Employee Price for 2007 Cadillac SRX



TL408
09-25-06, 03:37 PM
Anyone happens to know the GMS/Employee Price for 2007 Cadillac SRX (V6 3.6L)? The MSRP is listed at $37,665 and invoice is at $35,265. So would the GMS price be right around $34,000 or so? Thanks for your help, guys.

-TL408

c5 rv
09-25-06, 07:32 PM
Base GMS price seems to be about $34.3K.

keeton
09-26-06, 09:13 PM
Go to www.gmfamilyfirst.com (http://www.gmfamilyfirst.com). If you search dealer inventory (you don't have to log in) by linking from this site, it will show you the GMS price for the vehicles in the dealer's current inventory.

caddycruiser
09-26-06, 09:28 PM
Go to www.gmfamilyfirst.com (http://www.gmfamilyfirst.com). If you search dealer inventory (you don't have to log in) by linking from this site, it will show you the GMS price for the vehicles in the dealer's current inventory.

No, actually that shows Supplier Price, which is for those people who can get A GM discount, but don't work directly for GM. That's why the link to it is called GMID, and it pops up a window with info about "Supplier Pricing" when you get to the GMBuypower site.

GMS, or at least the price c5 rv referred to is the price lower that that^^, for GM employees and families/relatives.

keeton
09-28-06, 05:44 PM
No, actually that shows Supplier Price, which is for those people who can get A GM discount, but don't work directly for GM. That's why the link to it is called GMID, and it pops up a window with info about "Supplier Pricing" when you get to the GMBuypower site.

GMS, or at least the price c5 rv referred to is the price lower that that^^, for GM employees and families/relatives.

No, the site I mentioned will show GMS pricing. Click on "Search Dealer Inventory", not "Supplier Pricing". I just did this a second ago in another window and got the follwing pricing info on a 2007 SRX:
MSRP*:
$41,765.00
GMS Price:
$37,587.60
function showNetPrice(){ document.getElementById("netPriceBlock").style.display='block';}Current Offers:
-$250.00
Net Price:
$37,337.60

If you had gone through with the "Supplier Pricing" link, you would get the following on the same vehicle:
MSRP*:
$41,765.00
Supplier:
$39,272.29
function showNetPrice(){ document.getElementById("netPriceBlock").style.display='block';}Current Offers:
-$250.00
Net Price:
$39,022.29

medmarkco
09-29-06, 07:26 AM
GMID (GM In the Driveway) promo pricing and Supplier pricing are the same currently. GM employees and retirees have a limited number of authorizations from GM that they can give to friends for GMID pricing.

GMS/GMO pricing is only for employees, retirees, and immediate family. GMS sales require authorization and must meet specific requirements.

Dealers sitting on "dead" inventory might move a vehicle close to GMS, but this is a no win solution for a dealer. After carrying costs, dealers are under water at that price. Dealers receive a "kicker" when selling a vehicle to employees to give them an opportunity for a little profit - no dealer reward for non-employee sales.