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Old 06-13-2013, 12:05 PM   #1
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Looks like we finally found the vehicle.. Question about using the GM Discount

We have been looking for a 2013 Black 2 LT Camaro for 30,000. The cheapest we had found was 33 but yesterday a dealer told us that he would get it to 30,000 guaranteed.

We haven't even mentioned the GM Discount, so my question is when do we?

Do we wait for him to throw incentives at us until its 30,000 and then ask for another 2000 off or do we inform him now? He is already giving us a great deal.
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Old 06-13-2013, 12:37 PM   #2
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What ever deal, he offers you cannot be added to the GMS employee price.
your pricing is fixed and non negotiable. except for any dealer offers like free service or somthing of that nature. GMS priciing and any rebates are included on your final price..
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Old 06-13-2013, 01:11 PM   #3
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A couple years back we used a GM friends and family discount, but as the person stated above me, it is a set price. The price you are getting may already be better than gm discount. There is a table online on the friends and family site that tells you how much you would get off by using it, look it up and I'm certain the deal your getting is better. You cannot combine the discount with any other offers also.
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Old 06-13-2013, 01:14 PM   #4
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If you are talking about the GM Card, then you make your ebst deal..... and then tell them about the card.

I did not see where you said GMS which is entirely different.
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Old 06-13-2013, 01:16 PM   #5
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The GM Discount is either..



Financing Incentives:
For qualified buyers, APR as low as(2)
36 48 60 72 Months
0.0% - - -
Plus
Bonus Cash(***)$500
Plus
Employee Vehicle Allowance(*)$1,000



--- OR ----



Total Cash Allowance(**)$1,500
Plus
Employee Vehicle Allowance(*)$1,000
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Old 06-13-2013, 01:52 PM   #6
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I ran a 2LT with no other options
Below is employee pricing...

model 2013 Camaro
type 2dr Cpe
style LT
Exterior color
Silver Ice Metallic
Interior color
Black, Front leather seating surfaces

base msrp*
$28,685
colors & options
$0
delivery & handling
$900
total msrp
$29,585

GM preferred price
$28,928

current offers

-$2,500
  • Cash Allowance: Up to $1,500 cash back
  • Employee Vehicle Allowance $1,000
Net Price
$26,428
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Old 06-13-2013, 01:58 PM   #7
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The GM Discount is either..



Financing Incentives:
For qualified buyers, APR as low as(2)
36 48 60 72 Months
0.0% - - -
Plus
Bonus Cash(***)$500
Plus
Employee Vehicle Allowance(*)$1,000



--- OR ----



Total Cash Allowance(**)$1,500
Plus
Employee Vehicle Allowance(*)$1,000

Your dealer should know about these and is probably using them in his calculations.....
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there is also a $500 bonus cash offer on the Camaro that can be added to GM pricing effective until 7/1/2013
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Old 06-13-2013, 02:01 PM   #9
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GMS pricing is an old term.
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Old 06-13-2013, 02:26 PM   #10
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I keep seeing that the MSRP is around 28,700 but I haven't found a 2LT within 200 miles that is under 32 K (besides a rally yellow and an orange).
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Old 06-13-2013, 02:53 PM   #11
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I keep seeing that the MSRP is around 28,700 but I haven't found a 2LT within 200 miles that is under 32 K (besides a rally yellow and an orange).
Base MSRP is a manual transmission. You have to add more if you want Nav, sunroof, RS, stripes, etc. At this time of the year, most dealers are probably out of base models and only have the models with the extras and autos.
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Are you talking GM employee discount? IF so go here........

http://prod3.gmautobuilder.com/Build...riceformula=EM
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Let him give you the lowest price possible, then slap him with the employee discount.
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Old 06-13-2013, 03:41 PM   #14
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Base MSRP is a manual transmission. You have to add more if you want Nav, sunroof, RS, stripes, etc. At this time of the year, most dealers are probably out of base models and only have the models with the extras and autos.
This. I ended up with some things I didn't necessarily want (sunroof, lighted cupholders / foot wells... etc...) but I'm kinda glad I got 'em... and I was able to get the dealer to come up on my trade to cover some of the costs of the add ons I didn't really want.

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Old 06-13-2013, 03:52 PM   #15
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Let him give you the lowest price possible, then slap him with the employee discount.
Only works if the employee discount pricing is less than the "best offer".

Employee discount has changed in how it's administered nowadays. Used to be that, in general, there'd be MSRP, Supplier Discount, and Employee Discount pricing. With the Employee discount giving the best price. And all these are set by the manufacturer.

Now, there's basically MSRP, Preferred Pricing, and Employee Vehicle Allowance (EVA). Supplier and Employee discounts include Preferred Pricing. Then, employees can get an EVA on top of the Preferred Pricing. And this varies, based on models, how fast a type of car sells, etc.

In addition, if you qualify for any other factory incentives, MOST of the time the EVA pricing is able to be stacked with it. Such as cash back offers, etc.

If you have the GMExtendedFamily Card, this is the only credit card that allows you to combine redeemable card points IN ADDITION to Preferred Pricing and/or EVA.

And of course, the EVA and Preferred Pricing is accepted or not based on the dealer's participation in the program or GM's allowable vehicles (currently, ZL1 is excluded from EVA pricing). But they either participate or they do not. A dealer cannot pick and choose who they allow to use an employee discount.

Know what your EVA will be, as applicable. Go make your best deal. If it is somehow BETTER than the PP/EVA, then jump on it.

Keep in mind too, that using EVA means also that they can only charge a maximum $75 paperwork fee (unless state law dictates otherwise). Preferred pricing and MSRP or haggle prices do not. So if they normally charge you $250 for that, an EVA can save you $175 off of that, too.

Best to check with your local dealer for programs, etc. Do your homework.
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