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Old 12-30-2008, 09:46 PM   #1
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Smile Any Dealers selling at invocie yet.

I have not found any local dealers that would take invoice yet. Was told to come back in may-june.

Dealer in Springfield Mo. (Reliable Chevy) wants 5k for V6 and 10k for V8. Just laughed, said I would never pay sticker they told me I would never buy a car there. How did they know that????
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Old 12-30-2008, 09:51 PM   #2
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I haven't found any here in the mid-atlantic and haven't heard of any from anyone. I would expect that MSRP is about as good as you can expect or maybe supplier discount on top of that if you are lucky until we start seeing these cars out on lots.
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I have not found any local dealers that would take invoice yet. Was told to come back in may-june.

Dealer in Springfield Mo. (Reliable Chevy) wants 5k for V6 and 10k for V8. Just laughed, said I would never pay sticker they told me I would never buy a car there. How did they know that????
I highly doubt you'll find any dealer willing to go invoice until they start sitting on lots for a few months at a time. I really wouldn't bother negotiating for invoice price until spring of '10 at the earliest.
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Old 12-30-2008, 10:17 PM   #4
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You better order it at msrp now or pay more when they start gettin to the lots. I wouldnt EVER buy over msrp also.
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Old 12-30-2008, 10:48 PM   #5
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I was contaced by Superior Chevy today about a C6 and I asked about the Camaro. Was told by the salesman they still have allocations avaliable. They would take MSRP if I wanted to order. Thought that invoice or close to it might be around the corner.

My wife and I are going to wait before we get a Camaro. We want to look at it and get a chance to drive it. We bought a Saturn Sky when they first came out. I bought it over the phone from a dealer in Chicago, flew up there and drove it home 600 miles. It got very small by the time we got home.
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I have not found any local dealers that would take invoice yet. Was told to come back in may-june.

Dealer in Springfield Mo. (Reliable Chevy) wants 5k for V6 and 10k for V8. Just laughed, said I would never pay sticker they told me I would never buy a car there. How did they know that????
If you want some un-wanted advice get a costco card and buy it on the castco web site, you will piss off the dealership because you will take delivery of the car at any dealership you want, you'll get it at or below invoice and theres nothing they can do about it because you're buying it from costco not from joe-blow liying creapy caniving salesman
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I have not found any local dealers that would take invoice yet. Was told to come back in may-june.

Dealer in Springfield Mo. (Reliable Chevy) wants 5k for V6 and 10k for V8. Just laughed, said I would never pay sticker they told me I would never buy a car there. How did they know that????
Try next year because no way invoice or near it this year!
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Old 01-03-2009, 02:32 AM   #8
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What do you mean by, "yet"?

The car isn't even being mass-produced at this point...
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Old 01-03-2009, 02:48 AM   #9
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discounts will be VERY hard to come by. i'll be surprised if you get under msrp. i know some have...but it is rare.
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Old 01-03-2009, 03:22 PM   #10
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I was contaced by Superior Chevy today about a C6 and I asked about the Camaro. Was told by the salesman they still have allocations avaliable. They would take MSRP if I wanted to order. Thought that invoice or close to it might be around the corner.

My wife and I are going to wait before we get a Camaro. We want to look at it and get a chance to drive it. We bought a Saturn Sky when they first came out. I bought it over the phone from a dealer in Chicago, flew up there and drove it home 600 miles. It got very small by the time we got home.
You're not finding anything in Chicago or the Chicagoland area for a 2010 Camaro under MSRP let alone invoice. GM is trying to recover from this economy.
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Old 01-03-2009, 08:12 PM   #11
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discounts will be VERY hard to come by. i'll be surprised if you get under msrp. i know some have...but it is rare.

If any dealer plans on selling at or above MSRP for very long (6-8 months after introduction)I would be suprised. My wife and I bought a new Saturn Sky when they first came out, paid sticker not a penny more. This was a production run of about 10K cars a year. Now with the Camaro having more units planned for production, I think the price will be under MSRP before most people want to realize. Maybe I am just hoping this. Time will tell.
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If you want some un-wanted advice get a costco card and buy it on the castco web site, you will piss off the dealership because you will take delivery of the car at any dealership you want, you'll get it at or below invoice and theres nothing they can do about it because you're buying it from costco not from joe-blow liying creapy caniving salesman

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Old 01-03-2009, 08:57 PM   #13
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If you want some un-wanted advice get a costco card and buy it on the castco web site, you will piss off the dealership because you will take delivery of the car at any dealership you want, you'll get it at or below invoice and theres nothing they can do about it because you're buying it from costco not from joe-blow liying creapy caniving salesman
LOL, you crack me up! That is all I am saying about that!
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Old 01-03-2009, 09:05 PM   #14
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Get a Costco card and buy it on the Costco web site.
I heard Costco is selling the 2010 Camaro in a 2-for-1 sale (buy one - get one free) at invoice pricing and is honoring employee and supplier discounts plus double coupons. Offer good through January 11th 2009 and limited to current stock on hand only.
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I heard Costco is selling the 2010 Camaro in a 2-for-1 sale (buy one - get one free) at invoice pricing and is honoring employee and supplier discounts plus double coupons. Offer good through January 11th 2009 and limited to current stock on hand only.
I just got back from the Costco wharehouse and I picked up a pair for the wife and I and they even threw in a bottle of wine and a Wii. I also got some cookies, but I had to buy those.

On a serious note, I just looked at the Costco auto program site and you can buy a 2009 Corvette for invoice, but not a Camaro.
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I just got back from the Costco wharehouse and I picked up a pair for the wife and I and they even threw in a bottle of wine and a Wii. I also got some cookies, but I had to buy those.

On a serious note, I just looked at the Costco auto program site and you can buy a 2009 Corvette for invoice, but not a Camaro.
Yum, I just had Costco cookies! One choc., one oatmeal raisin, and one white choc. Costco rocks!
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You're not finding anything in Chicago or the Chicagoland area for a 2010 Camaro under MSRP let alone invoice. GM is trying to recover from this economy.
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Old 01-04-2009, 10:33 AM   #18
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I have a friend who works at a Dodge dealership in Atlanta Georgia. For the first several months after the Challanger came out he told me that as soon as one was delivered to the dealarship they were there for about 2 hours. The dealer would inspect the car, call the person who ordered it and they were gone. I asked him how much over MSRP were the cars leaving the dealarship. He told me $5,000 to $10,000 was the markup. That is why I was fine with paying MSRP for mine. I think if you wait till you start seing some you will pay more than that.
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I have a friend who works at a Dodge dealership in Atlanta Georgia. For the first several months after the Challanger came out he told me that as soon as one was delivered to the dealarship they were there for about 2 hours. The dealer would inspect the car, call the person who ordered it and they were gone. I asked him how much over MSRP were the cars leaving the dealarship. He told me $5,000 to $10,000 was the markup. That is why I was fine with paying MSRP for mine. I think if you wait till you start seing some you will pay more than that.
depends where you live...atlanta was selling tons of challengers..
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If you want some un-wanted advice get a costco card and buy it on the castco web site, you will piss off the dealership because you will take delivery of the car at any dealership you want, you'll get it at or below invoice and theres nothing they can do about it because you're buying it from costco not from joe-blow liying creapy caniving salesman

Tried that months ago. they will eventually get the camaro into the program, but not any time soon. I did order my at the Costo listed dealer BTW, as they were the closest, and specialize in performance cars. Got MSRP.
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never said it was ...just saying it is a bad one...
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Old 01-05-2009, 10:24 PM   #24
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Its great to see these threads which offer advice on pricing. Im going to wait and see if i can get a better price through my company as they offer pricing through the gm supplier discount scheme, although this doesnt always make it cheaper or alot cheaper although you can combine offers and incentives along with the supplier discount which may bring it down a little. Just have to wait and see what they come up with i guess
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The company I work for had an agreement with a dealership which allowed us to buy any Chevy at invoice. The dealer closed their doors on 12-22-08. I did contact this dealer late last year but they did not any allocations left.

It looks like I am left out in the cold
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