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Old 12-15-2009, 12:30 PM   #1
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Decent GM discount..... GONE!!!!

Well it was supposed to happen, and it did. The GM discount for direct employees is being changed to match a lower supplier discount. This discount will only add up to about 700 bucks on a 30K Camaro. For those without the GM discount, you may say, so.....
But for GM employees, it kind of sucks. Oh well.........
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Old 12-15-2009, 12:33 PM   #2
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Hey, not to be argumentative, but at least thanks to tax dollars GM employees still have jobs. Without a job/income a bigger discount won't help buy the car.
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Old 12-15-2009, 12:55 PM   #3
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Hey, not to be argumentative, but at least thanks to tax dollars GM employees still have jobs. Without a job/income a bigger discount won't help buy the car.
just like every bank as well right? or do you not care about those who took A HELL of a lot more money then us...
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Old 12-15-2009, 01:04 PM   #4
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GM would have never needed money if the govt had kept their hands out of their business in the first place! They give them so many regulations and requirements that are totally worthless. They are what make it totally inefficient to make the cars. GM did great w/ the Camaro. The discounts just let me get the extra features that I wanted. Was a big help! As an employee you'd think they would want to give you every reason to buy your own cars though.
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Old 12-15-2009, 01:18 PM   #5
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That is bummer news eh.....
I was looking forward to getting GMS pricing! BOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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Old 12-15-2009, 01:21 PM   #6
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Glad I ordered mine along time ago and got the GMS discount.

PS: I have just over 13,000 miles on mine now.
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Old 12-15-2009, 01:25 PM   #7
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GM would have never needed money if the govt had kept their hands out of their business in the first place! They give them so many regulations and requirements that are totally worthless. They are what make it totally inefficient to make the cars. GM did great w/ the Camaro. The discounts just let me get the extra features that I wanted. Was a big help! As an employee you'd think they would want to give you every reason to buy your own cars though.
Without making the dangerous step into politics, I'll simply point out that democracy places a lot of demands on the people to express their will to the government. Call your elected officials, and tell them what you want. If you fail to do so, the odds are that no one will for you.

GM employees now have a lower discount. This has nothing to do with the government. This is a policy designed to plug the bleed caused by unprofitable sales to people within the company. It makes sense because it keeps GM in the black, but at the same time it sucks for those who could have paid less a month ago.
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Old 12-15-2009, 01:34 PM   #8
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Old 12-15-2009, 02:00 PM   #9
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Old 12-15-2009, 02:03 PM   #10
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GM would have never needed money if the govt had kept their hands out of their business in the first place! They give them so many regulations and requirements that are totally worthless. They are what make it totally inefficient to make the cars. GM did great w/ the Camaro. The discounts just let me get the extra features that I wanted. Was a big help! As an employee you'd think they would want to give you every reason to buy your own cars though.
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Old 12-15-2009, 02:08 PM   #11
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Well it was supposed to happen, and it did. The GM discount for direct employees is being changed to match a lower supplier discount. This discount will only add up to about 700 bucks on a 30K Camaro. For those without the GM discount, you may say, so.....
But for GM employees, it kind of sucks. Oh well.........
In some cases the new discount will be even a better deal - just not on new release vehicles.
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Old 12-15-2009, 02:28 PM   #12
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No politics involved. Just pointing out that having a job is better than not having a job and being able to buy a new Camaro because you have a job is better than not having a job but being able to buy at a lower price with the money you don't have.

Except for the last nine years in Kansas and the six I served my country, I am a native of Metro-Detroit and have family that works for GM, Fiat (now), and Ford.

I also am Glad GM wasn't permitted to fail because I love my Camaro. The saving grace was tax dollars and federal debt - not politics - simply economic fact.
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Old 12-15-2009, 02:43 PM   #13
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No politics involved. Just pointing out that having a job is better than not having a job and being able to buy a new Camaro because you have a job is better than not having a job but being able to buy at a lower price with the money you don't have.

Except for the last nine years in Kansas and the six I served my country, I am a native of Metro-Detroit and have family that works for GM, Fiat (now), and Ford.

I also am Glad GM wasn't permitted to fail because I love my Camaro. The saving grace was tax dollars and federal debt - not politics - simply economic fact.
I understand, the warning was for everyone who might not be quite so able to separate facts from opinions
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Old 12-15-2009, 03:01 PM   #14
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Why the complaining? 10 Years ago there was no GMS pricing. Best deal an employee would get is invoice. As far as incentive for employee's buying a GM vehicle, seriously now, really.... What about Job security or just plain pride in one's work? Regardless what GM does, someone will be upset. Why not bigger rebates? Why not bigger engines? Why doesn't it come in green? Why doesn't it cook my breakfast, feed my kids and bath my dog? Seriously now, GM is building a great product, they are working on one of the biggest re-structuring's ever seen in the auto-industry, and will be re-innovating the car industry over the next couple years with Products like the VOLT, and the Hydrogen-Fuel Cell they are working on.
I Guarantee if it was your business, and it was your profit used then you would be alot more conservative with the discounts. Enjoy the vehicles, and honestly if the 500 dollar difference between the old GMS and new price setting, is making the Camaro, to expensive for you to purchase one, then with all due respect, you shouldn't be getting one.

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Old 12-15-2009, 07:09 PM   #15
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Why the complaining? 10 Years ago there was no GMS pricing. Best deal an employee would get is invoice. As far as incentive for employee's buying a GM vehicle, seriously now, really.... What about Job security or just plain pride in one's work? Regardless what GM does, someone will be upset. Why not bigger rebates? Why not bigger engines? Why doesn't it come in green? Why doesn't it cook my breakfast, feed my kids and bath my dog? Seriously now, GM is building a great product, they are working on one of the biggest re-structuring's ever seen in the auto-industry, and will be re-innovating the car industry over the next couple years with Products like the VOLT, and the Hydrogen-Fuel Cell they are working on.
I Guarantee if it was your business, and it was your profit used then you would be alot more conservative with the discounts. Enjoy the vehicles, and honestly if the 500 dollar difference between the old GMS and new price setting, is making the Camaro, to expensive for you to purchase one, then with all due respect, you shouldn't be getting one.

Rants done.
It's alot more than $500.00!
This was a benefit for GM employees. As much as current employees and retirees have given, this is just one more thing taken from us.
We make the Camaro and should be able to have a GMS discount.
For those that still do not understand I will not try to explain it any further.
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Old 12-15-2009, 07:24 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by jrboyd_1980
Why the complaining? 10 Years ago there was no GMS pricing.

That is a completely inaccurate statement. I think we should stick with what we know.
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Old 12-15-2009, 07:24 PM   #17
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just like every bank as well right? or do you not care about those who took A HELL of a lot more money then us...
Not to be offensive here, but the country could not survive without the banking system... everyone, including yourself or anyone else in this forum, would have been affected in a very negative manner.

If GM went down, only the automotive world would have been hurt, most of us here would have been fine...

So again I dont want to offend anyone, but be happy with your job, because every penny that GM spends is coming from us.

Having said that... Happy Holidays!

For the mods: No politics here, just a true fact!

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Old 12-15-2009, 07:45 PM   #18
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It's alot more than $500.00!
This was a benefit for GM employees. As much as current employees and retirees have given, this is just one more thing taken from us.
We make the Camaro and should be able to have a GMS discount.
For those that still do not understand I will not try to explain it any further.
I agree, I'm bummed after 30 years working for them maybe I'll buy used but that would be like shooting myself in the foot since I love my pension.
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Old 12-15-2009, 07:49 PM   #19
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Not sure how much we're getting off now, but I'm just happy that we still have a discount.
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Old 12-15-2009, 07:56 PM   #20
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Not sure how much we're getting off now, but I'm just happy that we still have a discount.
That to me is a much better way to look at it....... Especially in our current Entitlement infested society.......
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Old 12-15-2009, 08:16 PM   #22
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Everyone keeps saying "discount".
This is, (was) a GM employee benefit.
If you are not a GM employee then mabe that's why you don't understand.

The new (EVA) Employee Vehicle Allowance will now be used to help dealers clear out old stock or slow selling vehicles.
It will not apply to new releases or hot cars like the Camaro.
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Old 12-15-2009, 08:46 PM   #24
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Hey, not to be argumentative, but at least thanks to tax dollars GM employees still have jobs. Without a job/income a bigger discount won't help buy the car.
You are so correct. The important part now is for GM to continue to improve, make great car's and trucks and pay back the loans.
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Everyone keeps saying "discount".
This is, (was) a GM employee benefit.
If you are not a GM employee then mabe that's why you don't understand.

The new (EVA) Employee Vehicle Allowance will now be used to help dealers clear out old stock or slow selling vehicles.
It will not apply to new releases or hot cars like the Camaro.

MY GOD GET A GRIP, THATS THE PROBLEM....you get too many BENEFITS
you could be standing in the unemployment line and not only would you NOT be getting that "benefit", you wouldn't be getting a paycheck. Remember, if your not getting a paycheck, you are not getting a Camaro either so the benefit would be moot - wouldn't it? As others stated, count your lucky stars you even have a job. Guess if your not happy with what your getting , I think McDonalds is hiring and I believe they have a good benefit package. Oh, wait a minute, McDonalds is not hiring either.

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