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TheAssassin 08-06-2009 05:34 PM

Why???????
 
Why are camaros being 7K mark up????? GM isnt doing the right thing to get back on track

Milk 1027 08-06-2009 05:37 PM

Once again, it isn't gm's fault.
They have no control over what dealers charge

Countach 08-06-2009 05:37 PM

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Originally Posted by TheAssassin (Post 768488)
Why are camaros being 7K mark up????? GM isnt doing the right thing to get back on track

it has nothing to due with GM, its the dealers. Also its simple economics, if something is in demand and low quantity its gonna get sold for more then it is worth

Iwantone2 08-06-2009 05:40 PM

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Originally Posted by Countach (Post 768502)
it has nothing to due with GM, its the dealers. Also its simple economics, if something is in demand and low quantity its gonna get sold for more then it is worth

Or it could be that the dealer is just greedy as can be...

TheAssassin 08-06-2009 06:42 PM

Yea do you think supply will increase by early 2010?? like jan feb?

Scarlett'sOtherRide 08-06-2009 06:47 PM

heck out the thread on dealers that are not gouging. You might find one near you that is on the "good" list.
I am ready to drive out of state to order mine. I am not paying more than MSRP.

rickerda 08-06-2009 06:53 PM

Shop around, you can do better

TheClassicCarKid 08-06-2009 06:53 PM

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Originally Posted by TheAssassin (Post 768738)
Yea do you think supply will increase by early 2010?? like jan feb?

Absolutely, I would say much sooner than that

PAUL SS 08-06-2009 07:05 PM

Only thing worse than dealers with big mark ups is a dealer who wont honor a deal written when the car was ordered. At least with a dealer who does markups you know where you stand and might be able to talk him down a little. Mark ups are still unacceptable!

I am gonna be on this every chance I get.

TheAssassin 08-06-2009 11:45 PM

So if supply goes up do you think dealers would still have these crazy mark ups?

ffrcobra_65 08-07-2009 12:03 AM

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Originally Posted by TheAssassin (Post 769887)
So if supply goes up do you think dealers would still have these crazy mark ups?

Unfortunately, you live in SoCal so you can expect you will have to endure not having a Camaro for awhile longer unless you pay the mark-up or willing to put in time and effort and call around and pray a dealer will sell at MSRP. Generally yes, when dealers start to have more of the new car in their inventory, they need to move them so they'll be willing to negotiate. Supply and demand..pretty elementary.

TheAssassin 08-07-2009 12:42 AM

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Originally Posted by ffrcobra_65 (Post 769942)
Unfortunately, you live in SoCal so you can expect you will have to endure not having a Camaro for awhile longer unless you pay the mark-up or willing to put in time and effort and call around and pray a dealer will sell at MSRP. Generally yes, when dealers start to have more of the new car in their inventory, they need to move them so they'll be willing to negotiate. Supply and demand..pretty elementary.

Yea living in SoCal isnt all celebrities its major taxes but I guess im going to get camaro around march of 2010 so Im just curious on how the dealers would sell hopefully at MSRP with some cash back

FNKNSTN 08-07-2009 12:53 AM

Dude, they figure people in LA got money to throw around. And they figure sooner or later, someone will be willing to fork out $7,000 above MSRP for a Camaro. Once they start sitting on the lot for a couple months, they'll lower the price.

mrcowboy 08-07-2009 01:23 AM

I would expect markups to last until after the holiday season at the very least.


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