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post #21 of 134 (permalink) Old 07-28-2016, 07:51 AM
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Thanks for the advice. I thought 10% under MSRP felt about right but I was taken back after hearing the dealer.

Funny story as well... I asked about free oil changes and tire rotation and he told me maybe but couldn't guarantee it. When I walked he handed me a Colorado booklet that talked about Chevy Complete Care that included your first 2 oil changes and tire rotations!
Free oil changes is a sales gimmick to fill your ears that you are getting a special treatment. If you think about it, is just chump change.

Ask for a 24hr test drive on a Saturday and you might get away with 48 hrs, I think in all states, they close on Sundays. Check the features and see what is worth or not. I did and found out the Bose system is ok but not expectacular compared to the next one down. Sat Nav, you have Android Auto or Apple Play, you got Sat Nav on the phone, why pay extra. There are other packages to choose from. With keeping that in mind, you can skim through it save some coin and be happy with it. On our case, we opted out for the 4x4 that is not need it for our life style, so why pay extra, we askef for the towing package that came super handy.

Anyway... our out of the door price, brand new, was $26,800ish with no trade in, some cash and financed $25,000, 4 year note.

By the way... do not get suckered in on 8 year loan for a super low monthly payments, that is insane. You will end paying way more and will be harder to trade in later down the road. No wonder the banks got in trouble in the housing market.
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I notice everyone notes how much off list they get. I have never used the MSRP as certain option artificially inflate the cost of the vehicle due to dealer mark up.

I have always calculated the dealer cost invoice price, and simply added $200.00 to that amount for my offer.

I realize there are end of the year rebates to the dealer, so invoice may not be true dealer cost, but it works most of the time.

So, I'll calculate dealer cost, subtract any incentives or rebates that exist to the customer, and expect a price that is about $200.00 above that. The dealer has always been happy to show me the paper work, his/her cost, the MSRP, and my price of cost plus $200.00

Sometimes end of the year sales are better than this. But if you are ordering a truck, not one on the lot, it may be a good starting point.

Curious if anyone else does this?
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That is great and may I ask where?
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Really... how works out with depreciation, does it goes hand to hand on what is owed? In the US, is a different ball game; the bank wants its money back and then some more. There are some 0% financing but you need to read the fine print, lots of hidden stuff.
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I pick up my Z71 Crew Cab Long Bed next week. Ended up at about $5.5k off MSRP. I was tempted to wait and see what the 2017's offered but these end of the year discounts are tough to beat.
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I pick up my Z71 Crew Cab Long Bed next week. Ended up at about $5.5k off MSRP. I was tempted to wait and see what the 2017's offered but these end of the year discounts are tough to beat.

If people dont mind answering, where location and dealership name are you finding 5k to 5.5k off MSRP?
Ive been looking all through Colorado and the best I can do is 10% off MSRP. Im ok with traveling to get a truck if need be if we are talking 1k+ additional off.
I tried to get one of the trucks from Quirk Chevy, but they made it sound like Id lose discounts coming from out of state which didnt really make sense.
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Don't forget to negotiate financing... I was able to get a fully loaded CC short bed Z71 4x4 for 33,317 plus tax., NO OTHER FEES. and also get 1.89% for 60/month. Its all in the financing and warrentys now.
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My work offers Supplier pricing with GM, but when I log into the GM site and look up the Colorado CC 4X2 Z71, it's only like $1000 or less off MSRP. That's a far cry from some of the prices I hear people here getting. Is it even worth mentioning that My work offers Supplier Pricing, or should I just stick to negotiating the price I want and that's it??

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From what I can tell from three dealers, supplier price is 5% off msrp
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Just picked up my 2016 CC Z71 4wd Short Box 3.6L yesterday. Ended up at $34.5K + Tax Tag Title. I too was able to get the 1.8% financing which was nice. I've been watching the truck for the last 6+ weeks and I saw the MSRP fluctuate from $37.8K to $36(something). They ended up removing the side steps to finish negotiating the deal down to a price closer to what I wanted. They took off the running boards and dropped the price by $900 (which brought me down to the $34.5K). Sure feels like a nice truck!
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Just picked up my 2016 CC Z71 4wd Short Box 3.6L yesterday. Ended up at $34.5K + Tax Tag Title. I too was able to get the 1.8% financing which was nice. I've been watching the truck for the last 6+ weeks and I saw the MSRP fluctuate from $37.8K to $36(something). They ended up removing the side steps to finish negotiating the deal down to a price closer to what I wanted. They took off the running boards and dropped the price by $900 (which brought me down to the $34.5K). Sure feels like a nice truck!
what other options do you have installed?

Navigation?
Bose speakers?
trailering equipment?
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Got the tow package, tinted windows...and I guess that's about it. I was frustrated it only came with onstar NAV but CarPlay is making up for that.
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I paid what the dealer had it listed at, but it was about $2200 less than any dealer in my area was asking for the same truck.
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I live in MD and got the LT, 4x2, crew shortbed, bose, nav...MSRP was $32.5. Got it for $31.5 OTD. It was on sale for $28k but those discounts didn't apply if you did the 0% financing.
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Get my Colorado diesel 3 weeks ago. MSRP $40550. True car $35600. I got it for $33600 and out the door $37400.
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To bump this up to show the current trends, my '16 was $31.3 OTD. Z71 CC short box 4x4. Trailer package, but I guess everything else is standard for a Z. No Bose and no Nav except Carplay.
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2016 Cyber Grey CC SB 4X4 V6 LT Colorado
convienence package
splash guards
underbody shield
spray-in liner
bed extender

~32.6k price with employee discount and some other small discounts

34.2K OTD.

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Just picked her up, Z71 CC 4x4 V6 nav/bose Colorado in Laser Blue, getting steps, bed-liner, and tint done next week.

~33.6k + accessories + ttl
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I ended up going with the Canyon over the Colorado.
The best quotes I got in NY Metro area in September for 2016 CC Z71 with couple of extras were around 33500-34200 before taxes/tags, I got an 2016 CC Canyon All Terrain with extras (spray in bed liner, upgraded audio, some minor things) for around 34,500.
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Get my Colorado diesel 3 weeks ago. MSRP $40550. True car $35600. I got it for $33600 and out the door $37400.
Which dealer did you purchase your Colorado from?
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