I've seen 5 chevy dealers and not one can give the 05 pricing for the 05 SSR! Has anyone seen the pricing for the 05? Fredfryguy :confused :thumbs :flag
The 05 marketing info states the 4L65-E 4-speed auto should be in the 05 SSR, not the same 4L60-E 4-speed tranny (as in the 03/04 SSRs). Are you sure?
Anyone have EPA or GM gas mileage ratings for the 05 SSR?
My dealer says the prices have not been published in his autobook? He doesn't like to go by the prices on the website because they can change? Anybody hear of this autobook? I still cannot get a price from a dealer? Any venture and answer?? Fred :confused :confused :mad :flagSMP409 said:Prices were released this morning ... my dealer called me and the base price has gone from the original $41,370.00 on the 2003 to $42,430.00 for the 2005 ... most everything else stays the same ... 1SB is still $1900.00 ... chrome rims are $1500.00 ... destination charge is still $625.00. Now just have to wait til next week for a VIN# and delivery date for my Black '05 with a confirmed TPW of 8/23 ... after going through withdrawl of not driving my Black '03 (VIN# 677 ... which was sold 3 weeks ago in anticipation of the '05's release). :thumbs
The manager pulled up the chvey "Autobook" and the 05 SSR was in there and all the the options and guess what? No prices available! How did some of ya'all get prices at your dealer? you would think GM Autobook was the same at all dealers! I tried 3 different dealers in 3 different towns and counties and they all said the same thing, NO Prices yet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :confused :confused :mad :mad :mad :leaving :flagdingbat said:The Chevy website has been updated with some prices. They show the base price for the 2005 as $43,055. I can't find any other prices for options and they don't have an option to build a 2005 yet.
Can you get the prices off autobook???Fred :seeya :thumbsrichochetssr said:ill get you an answer tommorow. i would do it today but my dealership is kinda shut down in the middle of the night. :sleep tommorow i will post again with a price so never fear. arty
Dont want to Break Wind, do you?Marc NY said:When I was at the Dream Cruise events on Saturday I had been looking at GM's Windbreak. The fellow that was talking to me... forgot his name, had a list of all the prices. However, I was only interested in the windbreak option which Listed at $400.00. I had asked him for a copy of his list but he didn't have one to give me.
Darn I wish I had written down all the prices.