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Chevrolet Suburban Prices Paid and Buying Experiences

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  • Not much input in the Suburban thread??
  • I'm shopping for a new 2010 or 2011 Suburban, looking to buy in the next week. Was waiting until today to see if the rebates changed. Anyone else shopping? Would love some input.
  • a4b5a4b5 Posts: 17
    Shopping too - but struggling to find details on recent prices paid.

    Looking at 2011 LTs fairly loaded: DVD, Off Road & Luxury Package.

    Being quoted prices around $5,500 off MSRP. Example: MSRP $54.9k, quote of $49.2k + tax and title.

    Good? Bad?
  • I was looking for an LTZ or fully loaded Z71. LTZ was pretty easy to find, but the loaded Z71 was a task. Only found 1 within 300 miles. I called a few dealers to price shop the LTZ vs the Z71. They all came off about $3500 plus rebates. Didn't matter if it was a 2010 or 2011. 2010 came with an extra $1000 rebate, but I decided to sacrifice that in order to get a model year newer. I will easily see it back in resale value. We ended up getting a 2011 Chevy Suburban Z71 with the Lux, HD Trailer, & Sun, Ent, and Dest packs. MSRP was $56,600 and we got it for $50,000 with discounts and rebates.
  • Hi I am new to this form and don't know if you have bought already. I just built and ordered the following:

    2011 1500 LT Suburban 4X4
    Sheer Silver Metallic Paint
    HD Trailering Package
    Luxury Package
    Sun, Entertainment and Destinations
    Engine Block Heater
    Second Row Captain's Chairs
    I picked the above options to get as close to LTZ as possible without paying the price for an LTZ.

    The sticker price is $55,610
    Consumer Reports says invoice is $52,508
    My dealer is selling it to me for $50,000
    Less $3,000 is rebates and its $47,000 plus tax and license
    It will be built 1-31-2011 and delivered first week in February, so the incentives may change before then, hopefully for the better.

    I live in Southern California, so maybe the pricing is different in other states. I hope this helped if you didn't already purchase your new vehicle.
  • a4b5a4b5 Posts: 17
    That's pretty much what I'm looking for - but for significantly less $ than I'm being quoted in TX. The $49.2 price I quote above is after the $2k rebate as well as a $750 USAA member discount.

    Maybe a trip to CA is in my future :D
  • kremdogkremdog Posts: 2
    How do you like the Z71 package? Would like to test drive one but no one has one. Hope it improves the std handling.
  • I have zero complaints about the Z71 package, or about the Suburban as a whole. Just don't get me started about the nav/rear entertainment unit. Detest is putting it lightly. It is basically worthless if the vehicle is in motion.
  • z71fanz71fan Posts: 1
    edited May 2011
    I bought a 2011 4X4 Z-71 with the sun entertainment package, and luxury package. Im thinking I should have gone with my other option which was a 3/4 ton Diesel Crew Cab.

    I was ok with the deal coming in at $50,400.00 after all I was coming out of my 2003 Z71 4X4 that I have 170K on.

    Took delivery of the vehicle on Thursday of last week and went on a 150 mile trip with it all highway miles.
    To say I was or am disappointed would be minimizing my feelings at this point.
    Transmission on this vehicle is different than my 03, they used to use the 4 speed tranny now they have a 6 speed - it is very confused and from what I now read, it is not uncommon at all with this new transmission.
    Advertised mileage, I was excited to get into the new vehicle and gain a mile or two a gallon off of what I have come to expect from my old faithful with 170K on her, my disappointed again as the new one has not been better and in fact been worse so far. I now do not look forward to driving it and am pissed off at the decision I made, if I get screwed from GM on this thing I can tell you that I will become 360 degrees off from what I have been for the last 30 years in telling people that I work with, and people that work for me etc.. they have to buy american. I hope - truly hope - they come through on this deal and make it right but I have a sneaking suspicion they will not - if thats the case GM is closed in my eyes. I have owned over 17 GM products personally thus far and influence the buy of several cars a year. 65 Chevelle, 69 Impala 70 Nova, 72 Blazer, 70 pick up truck c-10, 78 K20, 79 K20, 86 Diesel Suburan, 88 K30, 88 Bravada, 89 K30, 95 1500 Suburban, 2000 Tahoe, 2005 K20 Diesel, 2003 Suburban and now the 2011 Suburban. :mad:
  • rick9194rick9194 Posts: 50
    Thanks for the review.

    What was the sticker price?

    I'm not sure I understood what you meant about getting screwed?? You already bought the truck? Could you explain please.

    Thanks again for the review
  • cdepaolacdepaola Posts: 11
    Just picked up a nicely appointed 2011 4wd LS, see below for full details. MSRP was $48,628.00 we paid $40,890.

    SUBURBAN 4WD 1/2 TON LS
    VORTEC 5.3L V8 SFI FLEX-FUEL
    6-SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
    Black Exterior Color
    Ebony

    Options installed by Manufacturer
    TRAILER BRAKE CONTROLLER
    $ 200.00
    CONVENIENCE PACKAGE:
    MIRROR, ISRV WITH REAR CAMERA
    DISPLAY
    ULTRASONIC REAR PARK ASSIST
    REMOTE VEHICLE START
    POWER ADJUSTABLE PEDALS
    CHROME TOW HOOKS
    $ 154.00
    ENGINE BLOCK HEATER
    $ 75.00
    REAR CARGO MAT
    (DEALER INSTALLED)
    $ 69.00
    REGIONAL VALUE PACKAGE:
    20" POLISHED WHEELS
    REAR LOCKING DIFFERENTIAL
    * HEAVY DUTY TRAILERING PKG:
    ENGINE OIL COOLER
    HD TRANSMISSION OIL COOLER
    PWR HEATED/FOLDING OUTSIDE
    MIRRORS W/AUTO DIMMING &
    TURN SIGNALS
    CHROME DOOR HANDLES
    CHROME GRILLE
    FOG LAMPS
    ADD'L 9 MONTHS XM RADIO
    $ 2,940.00
    TOTAL OPTIONS $3,498.00
    MANUFACTURER'S SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE $48,628.00
  • ecloueclou Posts: 16
    edited January 2012
    my best offer so far on a 2012 LT 1500 4x4 with Z71 package, lux, sun & entertainment, HD cooling, tow package and controller, bucket 2nd row with $58k sticker is $51,400. This includes owner loyalty discount ($500) GM factory rebate ($1000) a GM Houston Auto Show promotion ($1000) and the dealership internet/fleet discount. This is the best I have found so far
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  • I am eyeballing the 2013 Suburban LT trim. Since family size keeps expanding, and both wife and I don't want to go with MiniVan. Never owned a truck, only crossover like Q7.

    Has anyone purchased the 2013 model recently with $2500 incentive? How much off MSRP price is considered good deal with LT trim? Any advice will be appreciated.
  • steverstever YooperlandPosts: 40,127
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