What is the spreadsheet everybody is speaking of? I might need to go through this process again soon. I have a a '19 RAM 1500 that's been nothing but trouble and I filed for Lemon Law yesterday. It will likely be a few months before anything is resolved, but if / when I need to purchase a new truck, it will likely be a '19 Sierra (maybe a '20) and I want to make sure I have all my information straight before I walk into a dealership. Thanks in advance!
fotomatt1 posted a topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraIs this a good price on a 2018 Denali 5.3 in Mineral Metallic? Sticker is $59,385 and asking price is $48,753. Not sure if I can do much better than that, but I'd love to know. Thanks in advance!
Wow, GM’s rate in Pennsylvania is 4.39% for 60 months and you can re-fi immediately. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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If I could legit get a Denali for only 4k more here in Pennsylvania I’d def do that. I’m annoyed that the dealer is telling me they fund the supplier discount. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Was this recently? Dealer was crying the blues to me about having to give Supplier Discount price, telling me it's not supported by GM, but he has to offer the price. Right now, GM is offering supplier discount to EVERYBODY, so I find it hard to believe they're not getting it on the back end.
Is totally overlook it in a 2018 Denali because it has so many other features although the SLT Premium Plus is pretty nicely equipped. Almost $200 / month difference between the two despite only a $6k sticker price difference. Most 3 across vehicles don’t have LATCH in the middle seat....only the 2019 RAM 1500. Apparently in my research I discovered that LATCH is only good up to 66lb child / seat combined....after which I’d need to use the seatbelt anyway. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
I’m done with Subaru after 6 of them. Quality and customer service has gone down hill in a big way. I don’t particularly care for the traverse. I don’t “need” the truck but really like them. If I wanted a 3 row crossover I’d probably look at a VW Atlas but I’m trying to avoid it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
fotomatt1 started following New 2018 GMC Sierra SLT. On the fence about purchasing.
fotomatt1 posted a topic in 2014 - 2018 Chevy Silverado & GMC SierraSo I've always wanted a pickup truck, and after seeing my dad's brand new 2019 Sierra Denali Ultimate, I was pretty much sold on a GMC. He just traded his 2009 Denali for it. I'm presently looking to trade my 2017 Subaru Forester, as my wife and I are expecting a 3rd child and cannot fit three child seats in the Subaru under any circumstances. I'm pretty sure 3 child seats across in a Sierra Crew Cab isn't a problem. I visited the dealer and after giving me pricing on the 2019's, I just couldn't wrap my head around it. The promotions on the 2018's are pretty aggressive, and after driving an SLT I realized it is a pretty nice truck as well. The trucks they're showing me are SLT Premium Plus models either in Cardinal Red or Tricoat White with sunroof, Sticker of about $57k. With supplier discount they can get it down to about $47k, which is hard to walk away from. My biggest gripe about the 2018 is that it doesn't have push button start. It's not a huge deal, but still seems silly that a car doesn't have this feature in 2018. Any advice? Does anybody have experience with a Sierra Crew Cab with 3 kids? Do I hold out for promotions to kick in on 2019 SLT's? I have until July, so not in a rush, but I know holiday promotions tend to be the most aggressive of the year. Thanks in advance for your help!
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