brock5555 said:Has Anyone Received More Than A $200 Discount From The List Prices On An Ordered Car?
Even GMS buyers pay the Destination Charge.SPIROB said:Even Better, I Don't Have To Pay The Dealer Or Destination Fees.
I've got about $1,000 on mine and I plan on using it. Since 1994 I've cashed in $9,200 on that card, what a sweet deal. To bad they limited it to only $500 a few years ago though. It was an even better deal when there were partner bonuses.Aardvark said:If you want a discount, I'd recommend building up a GM Card rebate. That's my plan.
I don't know about that. In a year or two when the bloom is off the rose and the Sky and all new Miata are out, I doubt the Sol will command a premium. The Miata was as hot as the Sol when it came out and it wan't long before they were giving htem away. I got one back in 1994 for $3,000 back of sticker.mceb said:Agree, going to long time before we hear discount and Solstice in same sentence. Low volume sports cars are usually exempt from many discount programs just for the reason that they can sell them without discounts.
1994? Well that's 5 years after intial release. That's a pretty long time to me. :lol:danlbrau said:I don't know about that. In a year or two when the bloom is off the rose and the Sky and all new Miata are out, I doubt the Sol will command a premium. The Miata was as hot as the Sol when it came out and it wan't long before they were giving htem away. I got one back in 1994 for $3,000 back of sticker.
Do you have an order in already? If not go around to others, an order now won't be in until 2006 and the markups will be over tell him.DeaconEd said:I envy you guys or gals that have locked in price at MSRP. My dealer in south Jersey won't guarantee MSRP. I will try to convince him a happy customer left with a good taste will sell more cars later.
This might be true in 2007, but no time soon over the next 12 months. This car is too hot and too wanted by too many people. :thumbs:RODEO said:Saw this while reading a article on real estate, hit me that the Sol, no matter how awesome a vehicle, may get discounted quick in an economic downturn. Food for thought.
Good job getting in on the last allocation. Congratulation on getting the car for MSRP! :yesnod:piGuy said:Hi all, first post.
I just ordered a solstice today. I was hoping to get a little off MSRP going into the whole ordeal, and was shocked to discover the dealer wanted 1000 over MSRP. I refused to pay extra. Deadline for dealer's order was the next morning (this was the last of their allocation of 4), so they were a little desperate. Dealer called up the other people who were interested to see if anyone would be willing to pay MSRP+1000. Nobody would, so they gave it to me for MSRP.
:glol: :glol:Aardvark said:Hey, small world... I was just reading that very same housing bubble article via Google News... :lol:
I guess it's an obsession for us Golden Staters. :lol: