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Chevrolet Camaro Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • davidwilpdavidwilp Posts: 21
    edited January 2013
    Is it common to pay a "Dealer Fee" when buying a used car ? I thought this was only on new cars.

    On another note, I can't believe that this forum has no activity with related buying experiences since 2011. Am I the only one interested in buying a Camaro?
  • vinnynyvinnyny Posts: 780
    Most dealerships will try to tack on any fees that buyers might accept. It's all just additional profit...

    I'm amazed that there aren't more posts here too.
  • atreiusatreius Posts: 1
    edited March 2013
    I just leased this car with a $3200 trade in and $1,500 in coupons for the car selling competition that was going on. The car came with only base features, except for floor mats, a cargo net, one other very minor option.

    The lease that I negotiated was for $258 per month for 36 months.
    MSRP was $24,000 and some change.
    Residual value was about 62%.
    It was a 15k miles package.
  • 2doorpost2doorpost Posts: 74
    Finally bought a 2013 2 LS model. $3300 off of MSRP.
    Base automatic with a spare tire and floor mats.

    Got a $ 1000 off for a rebate;a $1300 dealer discount; and another $1000 off for a "Private Offer", secured by going on the Chevy.com website and "Building a Camaro"
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