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I am planning on getting a 2014 Sierra SLT this fall. We have twins on the way and I don't think my little MazdaSpeed6 will be the best baby carrier. I'm curious when the prices will start to get a bit better on these trucks. I assume it will start once everyone else has their '14 models out and most of the '13 leftovers are gone. Any idea when that might happen? We aren't current GM owners, but have been previously.

 

 

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First off congrats to you on the twins (good luck also). Are you looking at a 5.3 V8 truck? No telling when the newness will wear off. Don't see many 14's around here

 

 

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Whatever you do buy good floor mats and the car seat protectors (go under car seats) kids are messy

 

This is from my 3 yr old on Friday. He stomps in any mud r water puddle he can find grrrrr

 

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I already informed the wife that as soon s the truck got home, it would get a bed cover, WeatherTech floor mats and probably more. I am shooting for an SLT with the 5.3. I don't tow a lot and work form home, so I put on only 6,000 miles per year.

 

I figured the prices would become more negotiable as the 2014 offerings from the other companies appear. I just don't know what to expect. That is still a huge chunk of change to drop on a vehicle. But, I keep them for a good amount of time (6-10 years) and take crazy good care of them, so I don't think it will hurt in the long run.

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I am planning on getting a 2014 Sierra SLT this fall. We have twins on the way and I don't think my little MazdaSpeed6 will be the best baby carrier. I'm curious when the prices will start to get a bit better on these trucks. I assume it will start once everyone else has their '14 models out and most of the '13 leftovers are gone. Any idea when that might happen? We aren't current GM owners, but have been previously.

 

 

 

 

I speak from experience.

 

I have 11 month old twins. And see my sig for my car....my Gen 2 is bigger. And I bought a tahoe!

 

What kills it is the twin stroller. You need a heck of a trunk opening to get it in. My 6 has a big trunk but the opening is too small, it barely fits through if you force it. I noticed the new Ford Fusion looks like the trunk opening it massive. Which shows ssomething else. You look at auto differently once you have to cram in car seats and strollers.

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I speak from experience.

 

I have 11 month old twins. And see my sig for my car....my Gen 2 is bigger. And I bought a tahoe!

 

What kills it is the twin stroller. You need a heck of a trunk opening to get it in. My 6 has a big trunk but the opening is too small, it barely fits through if you force it. I noticed the new Ford Fusion looks like the trunk opening it massive. Which shows ssomething else. You look at auto differently once you have to cram in car seats and strollers.

 

The new Impala has a massive trunk as well. I have a kid on the way as well. That's why I got rid of my RCSB Ram. I was seriously considering the Impala but my wife new I wouldn't be truly happy without a truck, so CC Silverado was the choice.

 

About the rebates, I wouldn't expect anything more than a couple grand for a while. Depending where you work you may be able to get supplier pricing, that's what I used. My sticker was 43,xxx, the supplier pricing got it down to 40k and I was able to get the dealer down a couple more. There's two big Chevy dealers in my area, and I told them I was gonna see what kind of deal the other one was gonna give me.

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I speak from experience.

I have 11 month old twins. And see my sig for my car....my Gen 2 is bigger. And I bought a tahoe!

What kills it is the twin stroller. You need a heck of a trunk opening to get it in. My 6 has a big trunk but the opening is too small, it barely fits through if you force it. I noticed the new Ford Fusion looks like the trunk opening it massive. Which shows ssomething else. You look at auto differently once you have to cram in car seats and strollers.

 

The new Impala has a massive trunk as well. I have a kid on the way as well. That's why I got rid of my RCSB Ram. I was seriously considering the Impala but my wife new I wouldn't be truly happy without a truck, so CC Silverado was the choice.

 

About the rebates, I wouldn't expect anything more than a couple grand for a while. Depending where you work you may be able to get supplier pricing, that's what I used. My sticker was 43,xxx, the supplier pricing got it down to 40k and I was able to get the dealer down a couple more. There's two big Chevy dealers in my area, and I told them I was gonna see what kind of deal the other one was gonna give me.

 

I'd be thrilled with $2 grand in incentives!

 

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