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Old 04-10-2012, 11:25 PM   #1
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ZL1 Pricing

this may be an old topic but i could not find it

Is window sticker the going price everyone is paying?
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Old 04-10-2012, 11:33 PM   #2
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that's what I want to know too
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Old 04-10-2012, 11:42 PM   #3
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Ya window sticker for me plus gm card!
$1000 off
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Old 04-10-2012, 11:52 PM   #4
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GM card also saved me $1,000.00 off MSRP.
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Old 04-10-2012, 11:56 PM   #5
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gm card just gives you 1k off on a new camaro? hmm i plan on getting a 2013 version so maybe i'll get a gm card then
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:06 AM   #6
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You have to build up the points but it isn't hard. I actually have 8k on the card but can only use 1000. That being said my 8k is all from company use.
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:26 AM   #7
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It varies....I am encouraged to notice that there appear to be FAR more people buying at MSRP than at a dealer markup.
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:31 AM   #8
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It varies....I am encouraged to notice that there appear to be FAR more people buying at MSRP than at a dealer markup.
That is good news
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:56 AM   #9
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Most all Denver area dealers wanted $5K-10K over sticker on the 2012's since they knew the allocations were low. I'm not willing to pay over sticker, and it sounds like most won't be charging over sticker on 2013's as they will most likely have much higher allocations. I'm sure some of them are charging this cause they bought their allocation from the larger dealers.
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Old 04-11-2012, 01:24 AM   #10
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You have to build up the points but it isn't hard. I actually have 8k on the card but can only use 1000. That being said my 8k is all from company use.
Bummer, i doubt i could rack up 20grand in points by the end of the year, i only blow around 400$ a month on non car payment/mortgage
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Old 04-11-2012, 01:35 AM   #11
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There's 3 Chevy dealers here in Honolulu.
One wants $7k - $10k over MSRP.
Another wants $20k over MSRP
And the 3rd wants MSRP....guess where I'm going!
However, everyone wants this MSRP price, so there's a list of names that will go into a bag for the single allocated ZL1 the dealer has coming in.

I will not pay over MSRP, so if I can't get the 2012, I'll go for the 2013, and if I can't get that I'll get another vehicle...just not sure what yet.
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MSRP less $3400 GM points off using the Master Card World for Business Card. It's the card to have, No Limits on points.
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Old 04-11-2012, 07:56 AM   #13
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MSRP less $3400 GM points off using the Master Card World for Business Card. It's the card to have, No Limits on points.
I picked up the card last fall and used it with my business exp so the points racked up pretty quick. I believe I filled out a short survey when I was applying for the card. One
of the questions asked was when I thought I would be purchasing a GM car? Since I as hoping to get my ZL1 during the first quarter I put that down as my answer. What
was a nice jesture on there part was to round up my points near then end of last year from like 870 up to 1,000 and then double it to 2,000 towards a new car purchase made by GM. The cut off date was I believe the end of February but that gave me the
time span of 2 months pretty cool. The only problem was my car was not ready yet, and the deal excluded the ZL1 which I can fully understand. But if you were in the market for any other camaro that's a sweet deal. Perhaps in the MY 2013 this will be available for the ZL1 as well.

I believe the most we can redeem is $1,000 max credit off the purchase price of our ZL1's at this time? Anyone know for sure? If we can go past that amount that would be good to know.
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:22 AM   #14
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The normal redemption allowance on Camaro's is only $1000

https://www.gmcard.com/vehicles/chevrolet

2012 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe
Redemption Allowance: $1,000

2012 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible
Redemption Allowance: $1,000


To my knowlodge the only way to get over that is with bonus earnings that Chevy gives out when they want to move the previous models out before the new ones start showing up.

I wouldn't count on them having the bonus earnings on the 2013 ZL1. If so it wouldn't be until the 2014 MY and there would have to be an overstock of ZL1's on the dealer's lots, which I highly doubt would happen.
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:35 PM   #15
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The normal redemption allowance on Camaro's is only $1000

https://www.gmcard.com/vehicles/chevrolet

2012 Chevrolet Camaro Coupe
Redemption Allowance: $1,000

2012 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible
Redemption Allowance: $1,000


To my knowlodge the only way to get over that is with bonus earnings that Chevy gives out when they want to move the previous models out before the new ones start showing up.

I wouldn't count on them having the bonus earnings on the 2013 ZL1. If so it wouldn't be until the 2014 MY and there would have to be an overstock of ZL1's on the dealer's lots, which I highly doubt would happen.
Check out on your link the GM Business Card. No Limits and Caps. The dealer already used my $3400 plus dollars toward my ZL1. It's the card to have if it can apply to you.
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Old 04-11-2012, 12:37 PM   #16
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I picked up the card last fall and used it with my business exp so the points racked up pretty quick. I believe I filled out a short survey when I was applying for the card. One
of the questions asked was when I thought I would be purchasing a GM car? Since I as hoping to get my ZL1 during the first quarter I put that down as my answer. What
was a nice jesture on there part was to round up my points near then end of last year from like 870 up to 1,000 and then double it to 2,000 towards a new car purchase made by GM. The cut off date was I believe the end of February but that gave me the
time span of 2 months pretty cool. The only problem was my car was not ready yet, and the deal excluded the ZL1 which I can fully understand. But if you were in the market for any other camaro that's a sweet deal. Perhaps in the MY 2013 this will be available for the ZL1 as well.

I believe the most we can redeem is $1,000 max credit off the purchase price of our ZL1's at this time? Anyone know for sure? If we can go past that amount that would be good to know.
Keep on using your card if it's the GM Business Card. No limits and as I said $3400+ was applied to my ZL1
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Old 04-11-2012, 01:01 PM   #17
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Keep on using your card if it's the GM Business Card. No limits and as I said $3400+ was applied to my ZL1

Hmm I did not know they had a business GM card i just got the normal one. But I'm kinda shocked that they would allow you that much credit. I
place most of my charges on my two airline cards for free air travel.
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Old 04-11-2012, 01:40 PM   #18
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GM Family Card for GM families have no limits on earnings or redemption either (except for the 7 year rule), which you can take in addition to any Employee Vehicle Allowance allowed. If you have a qualifying family member of course. Not everyone will be able to get it, but if you can, do it.

Key is to ALWAYS pay off the card every month. Otherwise, you're spending your "savings" on interest, which is counter-productive. I've had the card for going on 4 years now and never paid a dime in interest.
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Old 04-11-2012, 01:45 PM   #19
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$3400 over MSRP. Not worth it to me researching dealers out of state in the southwest. Then there is taxes, fees, ect. I know what I'm paying in state. It all evens out if I go out of state with transport, taxes, ect.
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$3400 over MSRP. Not worth it to me researching dealers out of state in the southwest. Then there is taxes, fees, ect. I know what I'm paying in state. It all evens out if I go out of state with transport, taxes, ect.
MSRP was 57,420 I then used my $3400 in points to reduce it to $54,020. Courtesy Delivery, so it was shipped to my state. Not to bad I think. Quite a few dealers are asking for a Market Adjustment around here.
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Check out on your link the GM Business Card. No Limits and Caps. The dealer already used my $3400 plus dollars toward my ZL1. It's the card to have if it can apply to you.
Sorry missed the business card part of things. Gratz on your savings
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hmm time to consider moving some of my spending to a GM business card, I spend a lot of money every month on mine.
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Most all Denver area dealers wanted $5K-10K over sticker on the 2012's since they knew the allocations were low. I'm not willing to pay over sticker, and it sounds like most won't be charging over sticker on 2013's as they will most likely have much higher allocations. I'm sure some of them are charging this cause they bought their allocation from the larger dealers.
This is the problem I'm running into... Can't find a single one that wants to sell AT MSRP, and I'm even talking about a deposit on a 2013 at this point. Closest is 3k over, and I'm not sure I'm willing to pay that.

Did you have any luck with 2013s and MSRP?
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How much do you have to spend on the GM card to save the $1000 off the ZL1?
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How much do you have to spend on the GM card to save the $1000 off the ZL1?
Probably varies by card and when people signed up. Mine is 5% so would take $20,000 of purchases to get $1000 in GM earnings.
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