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The official ordering, production & delivery thread - 2019 Silverado / Sierra

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Just spoke with my dealer yesterday.  Should have the truck by mid March.  Would have had it sooner, but my original order included running boards which are all on constraint.  They asked to resubmit the order Feb. 1 without and it went through instantly.  Assuming no shipping issues, could have it as early as next week.

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I put my order in on Jan 6th, found out it was built last week(week of Feb 15th).  No accurate ETA, I'm guessing early April.

 

Black AT4, 5.3 and the AT4 Value package.

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I ordered my AT4 on December 8th up here in Canada. Picked it up today. Was about 11 weeks including Christmas.  The high clearance running boards did not come with it, they are on back order. 

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Wondering if I can get some input on pricing. Particularly pricing in Canada.

 

I'm looking at a 2021 AT4. MSRP is $65000 CAD. I'm able to get someone to sign for GM employee pricing which takes off $5900. Dealer says they can't go lower than GM Employee pricing and can't stack discounts on top of GM Employee pricing. Any truth to this?  I'd like to see another 2K off with 0% financing. 

 

Just curious what kind of deals you guys got.

 

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I submitted a claim to GMC Customer Service in an attempt to get an ETA on High Clearance Steps that did not show when my AT4 arrived. It’s been 16 days. I offered to  take a credit to go get a different set boards. Crickets. 😡

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4 hours ago, 5.O said:

Wondering if I can get some input on pricing. Particularly pricing in Canada.

 

I'm looking at a 2021 AT4. MSRP is $65000 CAD. I'm able to get someone to sign for GM employee pricing which takes off $5900. Dealer says they can't go lower than GM Employee pricing and can't stack discounts on top of GM Employee pricing. Any truth to this?  I'd like to see another 2K off with 0% financing. 

 

Just curious what kind of deals you guys got.

 

I can’t speak to employee pricing. I get fleet pricing. So it was about $5000.00 off MSRP. And I was also told that I couldn’t get the Costco rebate as they can’t “stack” discounts. 

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I used GM pricing, lease loyalty, GM CARD cash, 500 area market deduction. Also would have been able to use the Costco 1000 if my truck had been delivered before it expired! 
 
Bottom line the dealer Will tell you anything to keep the price up! Move on to another dealer ! Good luck

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10 hours ago, Dirtbiker said:

I can’t speak to employee pricing. I get fleet pricing. So it was about $5000.00 off MSRP. And I was also told that I couldn’t get the Costco rebate as they can’t “stack” discounts. 

 

9 hours ago, ram1067 said:

I used GM pricing, lease loyalty, GM CARD cash, 500 area market deduction. Also would have been able to use the Costco 1000 if my truck had been delivered before it expired! 
 
Bottom line the dealer Will tell you anything to keep the price up! Move on to another dealer ! Good luck

 

I appreciate the input guys. I'm wondering if being in Canada affects discounts. It seems like guys in the US get much steeper discounts than up here. However I will be talking to other dealers. 

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