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On 5/23/2022 at 7:11 PM, Guy Horneker said:

Call GM. Filed a complaint. The dealership also inquired with GM. GM approved and sent dealership a check for the price increase.

 

Hey Guy, can you let me know the process you took for this?  I am currently in the same boat where my dealer is telling me I owe more because of the msrp increase.  I have not took possession of it yet, so hopefully can get it figured out before I do!

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45 minutes ago, jjuddz said:

 

Hey Guy, can you let me know the process you took for this?  I am currently in the same boat where my dealer is telling me I owe more because of the msrp increase.  I have not took possession of it yet, so hopefully can get it figured out before I do!

If you put a deposit down on a truck, the price is set. Tell your dealer they are lying and threaten to call GM corporate to complain and I’m sure they will change their tune quick. GM sent emails out to all customers with a reservation and specifically told them their price is set

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Medic, I don’t think it’s the dealer. They are showing the new msrp for the truck from GM, and not the original msrp that was quoted.  I mentioned that to the salesman and he is going to verify as well, but I don’t want to wait/count on him. 

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The last sentence says to lock in your MSRP. Legally when you put a deposit down on a vehicle you enter a binding contract say I will put this money down to get this product. Any changes have to be agreed upon by both parties.

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Your price is locked the day you ordered the vehicle from your dealer. Not the day you put the $100 deposit down from the GMC reservation website. 
 

Your dealer should have given you a receipt the day you ordered it that shows the price and everything you ordered. Make sure the date on that receipt is before the price increase took place. 

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This is great information on the pricing. While I would have paid the increase since I am already so far down this road, it is good to know I am locked in at my order price back in January. Not my fault GM is taking forever to ship my produced order. 

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