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Old 07-05-2020, 04:24 PM
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I haven't bought a new vehicle in more than 10 years. Looking to buy a GMC truck or similar. Any deals to be had? Invoice plus whatever type of service. Someone has to sell cars, I just don't want to talk to them. Thanks.
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If u own GM now usually get loyalty pricing. GM credit card points. Labor day good time to buy out of dealer stock. I non rev'd out of local area to make the deal. But found/got exactly what I wanted.

bought new in 2017 around this time ended up at $40K from a $55K sticker. Sold the 05 for $10K on craigslist. So it all worked out ok.

Id guess you could strike a pretty good deal all by yourself on new truck with all thats goin on.
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I've never used it but my parents swear by the Costco buying service. I think they've bought 2-3 cars through them over the years.
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My neighbor just bought a new GMC truck. Zero % for 84 months.
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Check hertz.com. They’re unloading a lot of vehicles.
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We get supplier pricing. It is a good no haggling price. Search DLnet for discounts. Your code is only good for 90 days. I always go to a dealer and play the game without letting them know I get supplier pricing and a second dealer and play the game with supplier pricing. Sometimes I have beat supplier pricing by 2000 bucks but it is usually a bland no option car. If you want a new body style, or hard to find options; supplier pricing is super easy.

2021 Yukon starts production in a few weeks. It looks good.
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My neighbor just bought a new GMC truck. Zero % for 84 months.
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My neighbor just bought a new GMC truck. Zero % for 84 months.
When they do that, they remove other incentives. Could probably get the truck for less money without that 0 percent incentive. Credit union is charging 2.3 percent. I would do the math and see which way is cheaper.
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I haven't bought a new vehicle in more than 10 years. Looking to buy a GMC truck or similar. Any deals to be had? Invoice plus whatever type of service. Someone has to sell cars, I just don't want to talk to them. Thanks.
here’s a ford dealership I always use, bought 5 F150s there. I know it’s not gmc.

https://www.akinsford.com/new-cars-w...f_standardbody

right now is -13000 off MSRP. Typically -12k is good, sometimes -15, seen -20 during covid but that was short lived. Deal is you have to have a trade in, if you don’t you lose 1k of the 13. You have to do ford financing at 8% For -2500 of the -13, but switch immediately over to your own favorite bank way less than that.

they’re trying to be volume leader. Move several hundred a month.

surely someone does the same on gmc. But what they do is order popular model of f150, so xlt with crew cab and certain packages, and the hand over the coupons to you.
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Check if ford credit is still writing prepaid interest vehicle loans.

They did that for years and hosed their customers
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