Buying a 2012 GMC Sierra 1500, and saving $6000 off of MSRP.
I had a good trade a 2009 Denali with 96,500 KM.
I took the wholesale price subtracted the GM incentive and added accessories and concluded the deal. I ended up giving my trade at 1/2 the price I paid for it 3 years earlier before taxes. but got over $1500.00 worth of accessories as part of the deal.
Buying a 2012 GMC Sierra 2500HD, and saving $10000 off of MSRP.
Dealership was surprised about the amount of information I knew about wholesale pricing... Serey said a couple of times to me that I have definitely done my research. I Actually informed the dealer about a loan term that the sales manager wasn't aware of. I purchase this truck after a dealer I have dealt with for over 11 years wasn't willing to split the difference of $500 for the sale. 2 emails and one 3 minute conversation where I told Capital I am either going to purchase a Chev or a GMC so I need to know what there bottom line price is that they are prepared to sell the vehicle. I stated the options and warranty coverage I wanted, the price I was prepared to pay and the breakdown of how I got to that price. From the information I have from Car Cost this truck was pretty much bought at cost. I did put about $3500 in accessories on it and believe they made some money on those. I sold them on the deal by two things 1 my brother just purchased a vehicle from them 2 I am a loyal customer and they will make there money in the service department end for the next 10 years or so that I own the truck. According to invoice price the dealership discounted this vehicle over $14000 inclusive of dealer incentives from factory.