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Doobs41378

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About Doobs41378

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  • Name
    Josh
  • Location
    NH
  • Gender
    Male
  • Drives
    14 Sierra 1500 SLT Crew Cab 4x4 Z71
  1. In my opinion you should have been able to get that for under 40k when you bought it. I understand every dealer is different but the norm around here is 17 to 20 percent off MSRP and with the internet these days its not hard to shop 10 dealers at the same time. I had to go to VT for mine but sticker was $53,500 and I paid $42 and change. They also offered me $6500 more for my trade than the local people so in my case it was worth shopping around on the interwebs.
  2. Price paid?

    If you financed with them they could also be getting kickbacks from that to help offset the loss on your truck.
  3. No clue but I know I spent about $130 bucks in the last 7 days on gas.
  4. You can go to a dealer and have them order you a truck the way you want it ( as long as it fits into their packages etc ) and then you get the discounts that are being offered when truck is ready. If you cant work out a deal they sell the truck to somebody else.
  5. My truck stickered at $53k, I paid $42k for it. It has 54k miles on it. I have had it 3 years. If I got $31k for a trade in now it would have cost me $333 a month minus oil changes etc. I think that is less than you could lease it for. I am not looking to get rid of it but if that is all it cost me for the last 3 years, I would be ok with that.
  6. Price paid?

    LT's with cloth seats MSRP for over 48k?? Seems excessive.
  7. I went the opposite route, I traded in my 2012 S4 for my Sierra. My wife still has a Q5 that she really likes. They are very nice cars but I needed the truck to pull the boat which the S4 certainly couldn't do. Enjoy the new ride.
  8. My 14 has 47k miles on it right now and I have had no real issues. A few minor ones fixed under warranty but I would buy another GMC based off how this truck has done.
  9. Um no, I am not paying you to fix my truck that I just purchased from you. You can fix it for free or keep the damn thing.
  10. Where are pictures of this new truck?
  11. There are a lot of reviews on here about them. Every indication is that is the price you will pay and there is no further bargaining. That being said there is a reason they will pick you up at the airport, because people fly in all the time because their prices speak for themselves. I cannot answer your tire question but I think I remember hearing they would only hold your deposit for a few days before they give you your deposit back and put it back on sale.
  12. I agree, at 5 hours I would just go there and not deal with any BS from local dealers. Hell I am from NH and might do that next time.
  13. I agree, Husky then GM then Weathertech but just like anything you will find people that love each and hate each so it will be up to you. I have the GM ones because the Husky did not match my cocoa dune interior.
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