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Old 11-18-2012, 01:02 AM   #1
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What do you guys think about this pricing

Hey I am planning to by this Camaro. Here are the details. I need my friends' advice here to know if its a good price to pay for this car.

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2013 Camaro-2LT Coupe
-Automatic Transmission
-Mojave interior Accent Trim
-RS Package
-Quarter Flares

$31,995+Taxes&License plates=$34,294(out of door price). This is the final price the dealer says he can sell the car for. I stay in Austin, Texas.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:07 AM   #2
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Too much.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:11 AM   #3
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Too much.
How much do you think would be a reasonable price for that configuration?
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:11 AM   #4
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MSRP1 $28,685
RS Package $1,375
6-speed automatic transmission $1,185
Mojave Interior Accent Trim Package $500

Price $32,645*

However, I can give you a GM supplier discount code so you can get it to: SUPPLIER PRICE $31,646



that's before taxes, title and licencing fees.

I also do not know what other options are on it.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:14 AM   #5
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How much do you think would be a reasonable price for that configuration?
$30k out the door and they would still make plenty of money. No more that $32k otd imo.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:19 AM   #6
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MSRP1 $28,685
RS Package $1,375
6-speed automatic transmission $1,185
Mojave Interior Accent Trim Package $500

Price $32,645*

However, I can give you a GM supplier discount code so you can get it to: SUPPLIER PRICE $31,646



that's before taxes, title and licencing fees.

I also do not know what other options are on it.
The only other option is the quarter flares. Thats it.
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:22 AM   #7
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$30k out the door and they would still make plenty of money. No more that $32k otd imo.
I said i cannot pay more than $32K and he was not going below that price he quoted as he said that Mojave interior trim is new and he has to order one from GM as he doesnt have it with his dealership. He also said he cannot give much discount on that as he has to order one for me from GM. Do you guys want me to try some other dealership?
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Old 11-18-2012, 01:53 AM   #8
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MSRP1 $28,685
RS Package $1,375
6-speed automatic transmission $1,185
Mojave Interior Accent Trim Package $500

Price $32,645*

However, I can give you a GM supplier discount code so you can get it to: SUPPLIER PRICE $31,646



that's before taxes, title and licencing fees.

I also do not know what other options are on it.
I wouldn't mind having that discount
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Old 11-18-2012, 10:03 AM   #9
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MSRP1 $28,685
RS Package $1,375
6-speed automatic transmission $1,185
Mojave Interior Accent Trim Package $500

Price $32,645*

However, I can give you a GM supplier discount code so you can get it to: SUPPLIER PRICE $31,646



that's before taxes, title and licencing fees.

I also do not know what other options are on it.
Can you please email me the discount code to venulkar@gmail.com. Also please let me know the procedure to order one directly by me. Is there a way i can do it myself without going through the dealers?
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Old 11-18-2012, 10:18 AM   #10
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Get a 2012, they are dumping them cheap now.
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Old 11-18-2012, 10:20 AM   #11
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Old 11-18-2012, 02:35 PM   #12
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I saw this on GM supplier discount document " simply visit gmfamilyfirst.com to get your authorization number, and pass it along to your friend."

Can someone PM me this number?
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Old 11-18-2012, 03:41 PM   #13
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I'd love one discount code too (email to rauf107@gmail.com if anyone has one) planning to get 2LT RS tomorrow. and to be honest OP's deal looks better than mine, almost same price, and OP has Mojave interior and Quarter flares extra.

I don't remember all the prices, I will recheck tomorrow, but I remember him saying my monthly payments will come down to:

$506 - 72mo plan. at 4.99% and that's after $5000 down.
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Old 11-18-2012, 04:14 PM   #14
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I'd love one discount code too (email to rauf107@gmail.com if anyone has one) planning to get 2LT RS tomorrow. and to be honest OP's deal looks better than mine, almost same price, and OP has Mojave interior and Quarter flares extra.

I don't remember all the prices, I will recheck tomorrow, but I remember him saying my monthly payments will come down to:

$506 - 72mo plan. at 4.99% and that's after $5000 down.
That is a terrible deal. You are paying about $33,500 for the car before taxes.
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Old 11-18-2012, 05:07 PM   #15
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That is a terrible deal. You are paying about $33,500 for the car before taxes.


I know.. but OTD price was about 35k, and the price for the car was about $700 under invoice.

I checked with 5 dealerships in the bay area, and this is the lowest i got.

its just a regular 2LT with RS package, Yellow with black stripes.

I still have time till Tuesday to sign the deal, any help how I can lower the price?



I've been planning to buy a Camaro since May, and been checking the dealerships and waiting for some deals/discounts. IN august when they had $500 deal, plus the dealer pretended to give me an under invoice pricing, it still came up to $504 for 72 months with $5000 down.
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Old 11-18-2012, 06:15 PM   #16
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I know.. but OTD price was about 35k, and the price for the car was about $700 under invoice.

I checked with 5 dealerships in the bay area, and this is the lowest i got.

its just a regular 2LT with RS package, Yellow with black stripes.

I still have time till Tuesday to sign the deal, any help how I can lower the price?



I've been planning to buy a Camaro since May, and been checking the dealerships and waiting for some deals/discounts. IN august when they had $500 deal, plus the dealer pretended to give me an under invoice pricing, it still came up to $504 for 72 months with $5000 down.
You might get even lower price if you wait for end of year. And another month you could save up for a little more downpayment.
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Old 11-21-2012, 12:03 AM   #18
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i dont mean to steal anyones thread here, but i just configured my camaro on the chevy site:: 2013 Camaro Coupe 2LS $25,445:: and thats the price. After taxes, licensing and all that im guessing it would go to $28k flat OTD...whats a good interest rate? i want low payments..im getting the car friday btw

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Old 11-21-2012, 12:11 AM   #19
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i dont mean to steal anyones thread here, but i just configured my camaro on the chevy site:: 2013 Camaro Coupe 2LS $25,445:: and thats the price. After taxes, licensing and all that im guessing it would go to $28k flat OTD...whats a good interest rate? i want low payments..im getting the car friday btw

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Some will get 2.49% but others may be in the 4.9% range. Get your financing done before you go to the dealership. Then tell them if they can beat it you will go with it.

To the OP... it's a short drive to Houston and we have a couple good dealers here that will find all the discounts they can for you.
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Some will get 2.49% but others may be in the 4.9% range. Get your financing done before you go to the dealership. Then tell them if they can beat it you will go with it.

To the OP... it's a short drive to Houston and we have a couple good dealers here that will find all the discounts they can for you.
how do you get financing done before you go to the dealership?
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Old 11-21-2012, 09:43 AM   #21
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Hi how can I get the GM supplier discount PIN number. My dealer is asking me so that he can give me a $1000 rebate. Can some one let me know I could I get one. I work for one of the GM supplier company but I dont know where I get this PIN from. ANy help is appreciated.
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how do you get financing done before you go to the dealership?
Go to your bank or credit union and apply for a new car loan. Usually takes minutes to approve and then you'll basically have a blank check to walk into a dealership and buy with. I did mine online in 5 min and just printed out the authorization letter and took it with me. These pre-approved documents are usually good for 30 to 90 days depending on the bank.

The dealers finance dept is going to shop around different banks and get you approved somewhere so they can sell the car so why not do it yourself. Then you know how much you qualify for and the interest rate. Then simply ask them if they can beat it and let them shop for it.

Another reason to get pre-approved is every dealership you walk into is going to want to run a credit check on you to see if you are worth their time. This is a ping on your credit report everytime they do this. If you have your loan in hand there is no need for this credit check.
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Old 11-21-2012, 11:14 AM   #23
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Jeesh, with these prices you could buy an all out modded 2010/2011 2SS/RS and STILL have money left over!
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Hi how can I get the GM supplier discount PIN number. My dealer is asking me so that he can give me a $1000 rebate. Can some one let me know I could I get one. I work for one of the GM supplier company but I dont know where I get this PIN from. ANy help is appreciated.
You will need to get this through your company. Probably somewhere on their website where they list vendor deals etc. Check with HR or others around your company.

Once you fill out the info at your work it will give you a number that the dealer needs.
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Jeesh, with these prices you could buy an all out modded 2010/2011 2SS/RS and STILL have money left over!
LOL.. I was thinking the same thing...

Like this one..
http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=250340

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