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Chevrolet Tahoe Prices Paid and Buying Experiences



  • elseis66elseis66 Posts: 2
    Hey ronhere24, thats an awesome deal! I live in houston and am needing a similar deal on an 09' Z71 tahoe. I would be willing to buy out of state and have shipped for that price. Can you give anymore details like the dealer name and location. The best deal I can find here is roughly $7000 off of MSRP. Any help would be greatly appreciated, used priced are way to inflated and prices on new just are not low enough here yet, but then again Texas seemed to be completely invenerable to the recession so far.
  • lxa393lxa393 Posts: 1
    That's a great deal! I would also like to know where this dealership is. I'm in the market for an 09 Tahoe LT2 Z71. The prices I have been given are all in the mid $40s (AR and TX) which I think is still too high. I'd be willing to travel for a better deal.
  • elseis66elseis66 Posts: 2
    ronhere24, please let us know the dealer you got your deal from or at least what state you are in. I am really needing to buy a new car and just cannot get anywhere near that price down here. Thanks
  • rockman59rockman59 Posts: 250
    The supplies now for GM SUVs and trucks are tight due to the GM situation. Dealers are getting sticker in many markets and prices on used SUVs and trucks are also on the rise.
  • krd08krd08 Posts: 2
    Thanks for the color rockman - where are you getting this data from? I would have thought it would be a buyers market - with rising gas prices compounding the situation.
  • rockman59rockman59 Posts: 250
    Saw that info on one of the cable news sites....Fox, CNN, whatever, can't remember which one had the story.
  • ou96ou96 Posts: 2
    Has anyone purchased a new 09 LTZ recently <= $40,000? I was told that I would only be able to get a used one at this price but based on the inventory avaliable I'm thinking the prices should be coming down. Does anyone know when the 2010 will be avaliable?
  • 73shark73shark Posts: 325
    My salesman told me that I could order one around mid-July but not sure if Obama Motors will allow SUVs to be built. :(
  • jcattierjcattier Posts: 2

    please share the dealer/salesman info as I to would love to see if there are any other z71 that are available with that pricing.


    Jacques Cattier
  • I can't find any good deals. I'm begining to think there are none. The dealers out here can barely beat the Costco Membership prices.
    MSRP - 47,440.00
    Invoice - 44,248.15
    Costco Membership Pricing - 43,958.65 Out the door tax+ license would be 46,689.00

    Lowest dealer price Ive seen that beats Costco - 43,500.00

    You can add to that either the 2,000 cash back or the 0 % financing.
    Can anyone out there help me find a better deal?
  • Can anyone else say that they have been able to get the 0% financing mixed in with any sort of cash rebate? I know I can't. I think this guy is full of crap.
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  • jcattierjcattier Posts: 2
    the person i have been dealing with will not budge off the $47,999 price from a $50,600 invoice price which includes a $1,600 dealer hold-back and $1,080 ad fees.

    this is an '09 and the '10's are arriving in august yet the salesperson would not negotiate lower and said they had no inventory and there will be much less in 2010 available so they are holding firm on pricing.

    i don't understand it because this particular car has been on the lot for 140 days and they are paying to hold it on their lot every day.
  • pahefner01pahefner01 Posts: 202
    My wife is ready to pull the trigger on an 09 LTZ, fully loaded without the moon roof and DVD if we can get that. Does anyone have advice on the best dealer for sales and service in the St. Louis, Missouri area? We got a price from a dealer in Kansas at around 52K for a vehicle MSRP at over 57K.
    The selling and servicing dealer may be different. Any help would be appreciated. I'll share the result.
  • mjansen1mjansen1 Posts: 46
    Anyone have any good recommendations for a dealer in the Pacific Northwest? There always seems to be more of a demand for SUV's up here and therefore more $$$.
    Thank you in advance
  • zboaterzboater Posts: 17
    Considering getting a 2500 and have looked at some used 2007's as well as 2009's. Does anyone know the major differences between the '07's and '09/'10 2500 4x4? The only thing I see is that the '09/'10 have the new 6 speed transmission, and they no longer seem to offer the 4.1 rear end. Also, has anyone heard when the '10's will be available - I would think soon. Thanks.
  • 73shark73shark Posts: 325
    '09s have blind zone alert, 6.2 engine as option which w/ not be available on 2010s, cooled front seats.

    2010s may be available for ordering around late Sept or early Oct.
  • nordnord Posts: 2
    Just got a quote today for a 53K MSRP LTZ at 49,390. That is unreal, my feeling going into the dealership was max 43K. Does anyone have any recent deals to post? Not much action on this board.
  • vinnynyvinnyny Posts: 774
    You've got to wait for reality to set back in after the "cash for clunkers" boondoggle. It could be a while because C4C cleared out much of the inventory that we could normally snatch up for nothing this time of year. You might have to wait until Christmas for the prices to come back down. However, plant closings and decreased production might mean that the prices will never get back down to normal levels.
  • Agree ... between hangover of CFC and Tahoe/Suburban plan just re-opening, and greatly reduced inventory, I think dealers are going to stay in the 5-8% discount range + whatever GM is adding to the pot (currently $4K or 0% for 60 or 72 mo). So your $49.3 is about 7% off ... add in the extra $4K incentive and you are at 45.3 ... probably getting to current reality ...
  • nordnord Posts: 2
    I can see what you mean about decreased inventory, not many LTZ's on dealer lots right now. I've also noticed an increase in pre-owned prices.

    Zboater, just as an FYI - the 49.3K figure included the 4K.
  • jl76jl76 Posts: 1
    Talked to a dealer, offered a LT2 with bucket seats and 20'' wheels at 44650 MSRP, sale price 36500 + TTL. Drove to the dealer, found out the car has 777 miles on it, want to take additional 700 off, dealer refused. Walked.
  • ls7ls7 Posts: 1
    Can you tell me where and the name of the dealer you were dealing with...looking for a tahoe too. Thanks!
  • I finally bought a tahoe hybrid for my wife for the winter.. We traded in our 01 honda odyssey. Backdrop: We just moved to MN from CA so i wanted my wife to have a big 4x4 tank to drive in winter. We looked at every other suv out there and the tahoe or yukon was the only one that worked from a size and accessories that we wanted. I shopped for about 3 months and looked at both gas and hybrid models new and used. Best deal we found overall was a fully loaded 4x4 tahoe hybrid(all options offered) in the color we wanted (black). We've had it for about 6 weeks now and my wife is happy and she is consistently getting 20-21 mpg driving kids to/from school and shopping. We paid $40k with our trade in which is exactly what I wanted and had offered to other dealers but hadnt had any takers. I did this all via the internet with a local dealer and the process/transaction was painless and simple. I just laid it out and it all worked- no hassle, negotiations, or delays getting jerked about by a "sales mgr". I swore I'd never ever buy an american car but this truck was the only one that fit the bill. So we'll see how the truck does over the next couple years to see if I'll buy a second american car.. Cheers.
  • Just negotiated a deal on an 2009 Tahoe LT/2 LT Z71. The vehicle has leather, heated seats, luxury package, etc. I was able to get them down to $500 below invoice (MSRP $48,975, negotiated price $45,555) and the 0% for 72 months. Is this a good deal? It is a Texas dealer.
  • 73shark73shark Posts: 325
    That's about 7% off and supplier price is about 6% off so sounds like a buy. Plus you got 0%.
  • Has anyone purchased a new LTZ lately? What was your price paid? I've talked to friends who purchased an 09 earlier this year, fully loaded LTZ for less than 42K, brand new. I would love to hear some more recent prices paid for a new LTZ as I'm in the market for a Tahoe in the next couple of weeks!

  • 73shark73shark Posts: 325
    2010 LTZ MSRP $57,290, SUPPLIER DISCOUNT $53,988 less any other discounts I can wheedle out of them. Scheduled to built today.
  • Thanks! I am supposed to pick it up tomorrow, I am pumped.
  • 73shark73shark Posts: 325
    Wound up getting an employee discount and $2,000 cash rebate and $500 for not taking the 60 day return offer. So got it from $58,090 MSRP down to $49,736 plus tax. Got $31K for the '07.

    Picked it up last nite.
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