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I'm going to make an end of the month offer on a SSR. This dealer is overloaded with them (nine unsold for months).
So what would be the best deal I could expect. Any major invoice difference between 1SA and 1SB?
I'm thinking of offering $7940 off MSRP. Why beacuse I'd seen that figure from a dealer who posts here.
Any help...I really hate to pay too much...I almost paid 10k over in 03.
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I guess that is an '05? Better wait till tomorrow to do anything. Rumors are that some new incentives are coming!
 
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You're Right There's Going To Be A New Program Come Out Tomorrow About
Discounts. Will Post When I See It In Print But Wholesale Staff Have Advised
That It's Coming. Should Related To Employee Discount For Everyone
 

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Customer Discount

Here it is. Anyone in the entire world can now purchase a GM vehicle just as if they were a GM employee. All GM dealerships have been sent new MSRP stickers to be posted alonside the factory sticker. This new sticker will show you what the MSRP, (sticker price) was, and the GMS, (employee pricing ) is, plus all applicable rebates that are available at this time. Depending on the vehicle you are interested in, this could save you between $2,000.00 to $10,000.00 before tax, license and documentation fees. GM has started this program to thin inventory and keep the hourly workers employed. (Keep the factories open). This program applies to all GM vehicles except the Corvette, the Cadillac XLR and the 2006 Hummer H3. If you have any questiobns, contact your local GM dealer.
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The GM and Chevrolet sites have the 'calculator' so you can see the employee discount price. 2005 SSR 1sb = $41,157.28 - MSRP is: $45,180.00...
 
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At GMS...they still must have room!

I waited after hearing about the upcoming GMS employee discounts.
I have a friend who gets the GMS pricing. The dealer is still happy...and that to me means "even more room for discount."
My friend had given me a "suppier" discount (GM in driveway) certificate but it was only about 2k off. The employee discount was better.
I'm going buy a dealer today to see what the sticker says. I hate to be such a "cheapie" but every dime I get off is depreciation I don't take.
This might anger some but my hope is: big discount, and (like the new t-bird, and prowler) GM stops making the SSR. We all end up with classics...
Anyone have a clue how much a dealer makes on GMS pricing???
 

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If you want an SSR, the finest vehicle on the road for the price, Buy one. It doesn't get better than GMS. What difference does it make what the dealer makes?
 

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steve said:
If you want an SSR, the finest vehicle on the road for the price, Buy one. It doesn't get better than GMS. What difference does it make what the dealer makes?
I agree with Steve. If you find the SSR you want, make the deal you are satisfied with, drive it off and enjoy, you won't be unhappy. :thumbs
 

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Shoulda woulda coulda

Dont' be a "wish I'd done that" type of person, I agree with the above, make your best deal, shop around, and get what you want!
It's going to be less sooner or later anyway, why keep waiting? It's such a pleasure to drive the SSR you won't have any regrets, even if you "could of" saved some money a month later!

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Redtoes,
There isn't any more discount. THESE PRICES ARE BELOW DEALER COST. Some people just don't get it. We are over stocked, so lets throw everything out, let the customers have whatever they want, also give them the rebates, but of course that not good enough, there has to be more. Some of you people kill me. Good luck in your search for MORE!!!!
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Redtoes,
When a Deler sells a car or truck at GMS price, they are selling it below Dealer invoice. They are then re-imbursed for that amount below the dealer cost. The Dealer also has what we call hold back money. This is paid from the factory for flooring cost, electricity, mechanics, expenses, ect. I suppose you want that mony too. If you take enough, you just might have the pleasure of driving your local Dealer out of business.
If I sound bitter, I AM. There are a lot of people on the site who want something for nothing, and I get a little tired of it. If you can't afford this fine vehicle, go buy a Ford. Oh, and have a nice day.
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Not the Entire World..........

Watch Six said:
Anyone in the entire world can now purchase a GM vehicle just as if they were a GM employee Fi
Hummm. Just called GM Canada customer service and they indicated the GMS pricing promo is not applicable in Canada. Canada must be on another planet :lol

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The GM and Chevrolet sites have the 'calculator' so you can see the employee discount price. 2005 SSR 1sb = $41,157.28 - MSRP is: $45,180.00...

Don't you mean

2005 SSR 1sb Employee Discounted Price= $45,180.00- MSRP is: 41,157.28 ?

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Orange SSR :ssr

P.S. I think the best deal is one inwhich everyone is satisfied. If I buy something from someone and they are not satified with their price then getting good service from them is always a struggle. Similarly, if I pay more than I think I should I am never satisfied and sorry that I didn't negotiate better. In the end everyone has to be satisfied or they won't be in business. I won't go to someone who's price is too high and a person won't stay in business if they can not make the money they need.
 

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:nono Mike, that's not a very nice attitude on redtoes inquiry. He just wants the best price he can get on the product he wants to buy, just like YOU do when you are buying something. Put yourself in his red toed shoes. You and I both know that there are dealers selling brand new 05's for $8,000-10,000 off of sticker. Why tell the guy that the GMS price is the best price that he can get. When I got my 05 in December of last year, I paid $2,500 under the GMS price. And now, they are selling for 4 or 5 thousand less. At this point I don't care because I am enjoying the hell out of the vehicle and intend to keep it for a good long time.
So, at this point, the price I paid for it in December does not matter to me. But you know damn well, that if I was buying it today, I would get the extra 4 or 5 thousnd off.

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Joe Schuhriemen,
Your right, thats not a very good attitude. If your expecting me to apoligize, "Not Gonna Happen". I still stand by what I said, "Have a nice day".
Mike :cool
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