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Old 05-23-2017, 10:39 AM   #15
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There's rarely left-over inventory of this caliber in my part of the country and in my experience buying used means buying someone else's junk. There is a dealer in Syracuse with a leftover '15 Z28 and they're asking just over $55k. Still a lot for an almost 3 year old car even if new.
Precisely, normally referred to as depreciation, but it's a personal choice and they will be available much cheaper.

Dealers can ask whatever they want and $55k is a good asking price on a $75k vehicle. My first offer would be $45k cash and negotiate from there as low mi comps are 40-43k.
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Old 05-24-2017, 02:39 AM   #16
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Just out of curiosity, what were you guys expecting to pay? A base ZL1 costs ~$60-62k. The Track Package on the ZL1 1LE adds another $7,500 and gets you upgrades that would cost much more to add on your own. We have to accept reality. Vehicle prices are outrageous. I get it. Gone are the days of buying a brand new full-size 4x4 for $6,000. Is $70k a lot? Certainly. Personally, I was expecting it to cost more, so I'm content with this price.
I agree. Steep price, sure, but definitely worth every penny for what you get. The car has super-car performance for a fraction of the price.
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Old 09-26-2017, 11:19 PM   #17
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There's rarely left-over inventory of this caliber in my part of the country and in my experience buying used means buying someone else's junk. There is a dealer in Syracuse with a leftover '15 Z28 and they're asking just over $55k. Still a lot for an almost 3 year old car even if new.
Reminds me of the story of the high priced 1969 ZL1s which didn't sell good, being twice the price of a similar camaro. And the engines had issues too.
The story differs in that the 1969 ZL1s are worth a bundle now, the Z28's won't be I believe. In large part because it was a pinnacle for performance for many years, unlike the 5th Z28s, or ZL1s of today.

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I agree. Steep price, sure, but definitely worth every penny for what you get. The car has super-car performance for a fraction of the price.
I wince at those prices. Saw Tahoe's listing at more $ at the dealership, so I'd rather get the Camaro.
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Old 09-27-2017, 05:49 PM   #18
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It is a lot of car for the money, but that is ALOT of money! I'm just glad they didn't call it a Z/28 or I'd have to buy one! P.S. my wife's Denali XL stickers for 80k! I'll stick with my 15 Z!
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Old 09-27-2017, 10:35 PM   #19
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That ZL1 1LE will be worth a lot when I am old with more money in my account than I can ever spend!! Just hang around 36 years and sell it to me for double sticker.
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Old 09-28-2017, 12:42 PM   #20
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It is a lot of car for the money, but that is ALOT of money! I'm just glad they didn't call it a Z/28 or I'd have to buy one! P.S. my wife's Denali XL stickers for 80k! I'll stick with my 15 Z!
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Old 10-03-2017, 09:23 AM   #21
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Give it a few years and by one with low mileage and half the price...kinda like a 5th gen
That's the only way I will get one.
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