having similar debate...truck got totaled from natural disaster 6 months ago and have kept pushing off a new purchase due to the WFH situation and high truck prices. Now that ive waited this long would prefer to wait for new interior - might just get something simple to get me through to 2022 model
yep...crazy times. Had my truck totaled from a tornado at end of March - was a perfect opportunity to buy but kept waiting and watched inventory dwindle and prices go up. Dealers I've been watching seem to be getting a lot of 6.2's in but not many 5.3's. Guess I'll just keep waiting
I think I've finally figured out what I want after months of looking. RST crewcab all star edition - MSRP $54200 and they're offering $42700. Missed out on the costco discount since Im not a member. Now debating if I should wait until June incentives or just bite the bullet this weekend. I know this dealer normally discounts more aggressively but guessing they're not in a hurry to sell since inventory is low and people are still buying
I just had my 2017 GMC Sierra SLT Dbl Cab totaled from a tornado. Not really in a rush to buy since I'm stuck inside with social distancing, so wondering if Im better off waiting for the next round of incentives.
I bought my 2017 Sierra from Laura and there was no catch for me. The price they show is the price you get - I was really surprised by how smooth the whole experience was. In regards to finance, I think it depends on the rebates etc but I was originally going to get financing myself and they didnt seem to care - ended up getting financed through them because of time issues. Interest rate was not terrible
There will always be a better deal out there. I nearly drove myself crazy trying to find the best price in the nation. A lot of it has to do with your area and what your wants/needs are. Enjoy your truck!
2017 Sierra Double Cab SLT Z71 w/ premium package in Summit white. MSRP $49,255, out the door for $35,166. No trade ins and no finance through dealer (even though they insisted) .Had some very minor hail damage but doesn't bother me as it's hardly noticeable. Discount worth it. I moved here from Australia, so first time buying a GMC truck. Picking it up tomorrow
Hi everyone, I've originally been searching for an SLE Double Cab, but couldn't get the colors I wanted (for a good price) so have started looking at next step up. I've found a dealer selling the SLE crew cap and the SLT Double for the same price. I'm now torn because I like the SLT trim a lot but also feel that a crew cab would be good value too. It's just my wife and I, no kids for at least another 3yrs so not sure if I'll even utilize the room. For those of you who have purchased a double and/or crew, would appreciate your thoughts.
Can somebody please explain to me how the program works. My wife qualifies and has the authorization number so just wondering what price advantages it has. I see under the offer section on the site they have $4500 cashback on the 1500 Sierra Double Cabs. I've found the truck I want but still waiting on the dealership to confirm what price they can do with college rebate. Just wondering if its even worth it. Thanks!
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