Cadillac SRX First Generation Forum - 2004 - 2009 Discussion, Srx Pricing in Cadillac SRX Forums; Caddycruiser,
I know you are rather far away. The store I work for is in Ohio. Contact Dave or Pete ...
I know you are rather far away. The store I work for is in Ohio. Contact Dave or Pete at email@example.com. When I left work today we still had a white diamond base(1SA) model with black interior. I know it is a fair distance, but they may be able to help you out. I do not sell, I am the warranty admin, and do vehicle inventory ordering.
A couple of weeks ago we did a couple thousand off the sticker plus the factory $1500 off or $3500 off. They also gave us $2000 more for our trade than the first dealer. The first dealer only offered the factory rebate. Careful of the factory website links to dealers inventory. The Caddy site said the dealer we bought from had 6 V-6's. The dealer we bought from had their own website with 12 V-6's to choose from.
Exactly one month from my first post and I finally took the plunge. I am now the proud owner of a V6 AWD SRX. The details on the pricing I received appears below. I think I got a pretty good (not great) deal, and attribute that to the info I gleaned from this forum. I visited three dealerships and e-mailed half a dozen more before I got what I believe to be a fair price.
For the out-the-door price I had to add sales tax (including tax on the $2,000 worth of rebates) as well as dealer charges and registration fees. Options include; Luxury Performance Package, Lumbar Support, Ultra View Sunroof, and AWD. So far I totally love this vehicle.
I just picked up my SRX on 3/29. I had two incentives that were to expire on 3/31; a GMInthedriveway coupon (given to me by a GM employee friend) and the conquest rebate for owning a non GM car. Here’s how it broke down: SRX V8 MSRP standard vehicle price $46,595.00 + Luxury Performance package $4,595.00 + AWD $1,900.00 + Magnetic Ride Control $1,650.00 + destination $695.00 = $54,435.00 (window sticker). Plus tax.
I negotiated the elimination of the dealer prep fee of $589.00. The GMInthedriveway discount is the GM supplier price on the dealer’s invoice. For my vehicle optioned as listed, this was $50,506.34 + 3.70% sales tax $1,868.73 = $52,375.07 less $1,500.00 conquest cash = $50,875.07 (the “out-the-door” price I actually paid).
I did not use GM or any other financing. No trade-in.
I will have to pay an additional 0.5% county tax when I register it.
The internet invoice for my vehicle as optioned and including delivery is $49,868.63. This price does not reflect any rebates, nor does it include local and national advertising costs.
It will be interesting to see what, if any, new incentives or rebates GM comes up with.
I did the same thing Skiman, got mine on the 26th, prior to GM changing programs. Mine worked out like this:
V8 AWD, White Diamond, 3rd seat, Bose & XM.
$49855 agreed upon price (Invoice w/advertising + $500)
$4950 in total rebates (2000 V8, 1500 conquest, 700 clr 750 bonus ncl)
$44905 plus Taxes (3%) and dealer fees.
We also got the rate lowered on the money end to put us on the road for under $550 month, with zero money out of pocket. It was the best I could find in the area, but you always wonder are the new programs better.
One of the dealers I spoke with before giving my deposit called me, so I mentioned I had dropped a deposit and he offered me the same car, with these diffs:
No 3rd Row
V8 (yes, V8!!)
For $46,000, which is basically the same price of the V6 that I have now without the bench.
I wanted the 18" rims and also realized, that with a stroller the 3rd row becomes useless since the stroller won't fit with the 3rd up. Now I have my current dealer scrambling. :coolgleam Makes me happy.