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    metro123metro123 Member Posts: 100
    I have the Tahoe on my list of vehicles when I replace my Expedition later this summer. I have visited two local dealers to get an idea of prices and it seems invoice minus rebates is fairly easy to achieve. My concern is this... I recently rented a car at DFW airport and the rental lot had dozens of Tahoes of all trim levels available to rent. My guess is that the rental companies will dump these trucks at auction this fall and drive the values way down. That and the possibility of $4.00 a gallon gas could really affect the used prices. The deals are decent right now, but not great. I'm thinking of waiting to see if the new incentives get better or the used prices drop into the abyss. Any thoughts or opinions???
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    oscarb1oscarb1 Member Posts: 9
    a salesman is offering any tahoe at invoice price. Does that sound pretty good or do you guys think i can get a better price? - southern california
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    ctdwctdw Member Posts: 13
    I purchased a new loaded Tahoe LTZ this week and was able to get it for Invoice - $200 - $3000 in rebates. In addition to the normal $2000 incentive, there is an additional $1000 incentive (Memorial Day sale) that started this past Thursday and is good until the end of the month. This was on a cash deal, not sure if the incentives apply if you finance or lease.
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    rockman59rockman59 Member Posts: 250
    Metro123 said: My guess is that the rental companies will dump these trucks at auction this fall and drive the values way down.
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    Count on it. You will be able to buy some good used vehicled and a decent price. For the most part the rental companies take good care of their fleet and most of these Tahoes come nicely equipped. The used units lower prices will also put some pressure on the brand new vehicle prices.
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    baddcamarobaddcamaro Member Posts: 2
    Lookin to lease and found a 07 white ls with black cloth interior. $5300 down on a 24 month lease with 10K a year.
    Monthly payment in $250???
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    rockman59rockman59 Member Posts: 250
    baddcamaro said: $5300 down on a 24 month lease with 10K a year.
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    Not a good deal. Way to much down payment. And even if you just drive the "normal" 12K miles a year you will be into the mileage penalty at the end of the lease.
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    baddcamarobaddcamaro Member Posts: 2
    i ended up putting zero down and getting the 39 month lease for $430 a month. Is that better?
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    rockman59rockman59 Member Posts: 250
    i ended up putting zero down and getting the 39 month lease for $430 a month. Is that better?
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    Anytime you don't put down $5300 on a lease you are doing better. Just watch out that they don't get in your wallet again with excess mileage charges since you said you are only allowed 12K miles per year.
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    zoesamzoesam Member Posts: 33
    Been test driving all large 07 SUV's for weeks. Decided on Tahoe/Yukon w/the LT1/SLE-2 pkg. But I want "ultrasonic parking assist" option & don't see many LT1s offerred w/that option & don't want to hassle w/a factory order. Also don't wanna go to LT2 b/c of seating config & leather seats. Anyone know if the "ultrasonic parking assist" can be added after-market? Also, why is that feature dependent on "power adjustable pedals" & vice versa? Surely those 2 things are not dependent on one another from a engineering standpoint?

    Additionally, anyone know if the 08 Tahoes & Yukons will offer the 6.2L engine w/the 6 speed transmission that's in the Yukon Denali? I liked that transmission, much smoother ride, but don't want the leather seats & 2nd row captains chairs that are std in the Denali.

    Thanks!
    Zoesam
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    z71billz71bill Member Posts: 1,986
    Started looking for a Tahoe LT3 Z71 nav - was having a hard time finding one that was NOT black with the options we want.

    Wife & I decided to go test drive a black one just to make sure it is the vehicle what we want - then if a color we liked up we could jump on it.

    As we are walking the lot we find a White Tahoe - with the exact options we want - way in the back of the lot - the inspection sticker expires November 08 -which means it was put on in November of 06 - At first I though it was used - but it still has the MSRP sticker sheet on the window.

    I ask a sales guy about it and he checked inventory - and said that I must be mistaken - they do not show any such vehicle.

    We drove a black Tahoe - loved the vehicle but wanted the white - so we walked back with the sales guy and he wrote down some info - then did some checking -

    It was a dealer trade from 240 miles away - the odometer has 242 miles - it has been sitting in the back of the lot since NOVEMBER 2006. The battery was dead.

    MRSP $47,890 - I am thinking of offering $38,500 - maybe go up to $39K if I need to.

    Anyone have a concern about buying a new vehicle that has been sitting for 8 months?
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    rockman59rockman59 Member Posts: 250
    Anyone have a concern about buying a new vehicle that has been sitting for 8 months?
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    Shouldn't be a problem. Just make sure your dealer checks out the entire vehicle just as if it was a used trade-in and they were going to qualify it for their "certified" program. Since you will be the first registered owner GM considers the vehicle to be "new" and the full warranty will apply.
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    vinnynyvinnyny Member Posts: 764
    No 6-speed or 6.2L currently scheduled for the 08 Tahoe. You can get the 6-speed in the Sub however. I would bet Chevy will add both to the Tahoe once capacity ramps up (and they get tired of hearing about all the minivans passing it on the highway).
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    zoesamzoesam Member Posts: 33
    Thank you. I wish the Suburban fit in my garage.
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    z71billz71bill Member Posts: 1,986
    2007 4x4 Tahoe
    LT3, Z71, Nav, 2 passenger 3rd row, rear camera & rack cross beams

    MSRP $47,870

    Purchase price $37,190.63
    Taxes $2,456.07
    Title license & state inspection $115.55
    Doc fee $50

    Total out the door $39,812.25 - I am happy

    This truck was a trade from a dealership in Dallas to Houston - it was put on a back lot at the Houston dealership - they did not even know it was there for the last 7 months (I discovered it!) - not on their computer inventory was the excuse - the battery was 3/4 dead - had to jump start it.

    This was not an easy deal - My first offer was $39,500 out the door - dealer wanted $43,870 plus TT&L (about $46,600).

    Even though it is still considered new - for warranty - I felt a deep discount was in order - because its really a 9 month old vehicle (built 11/06). Still a little concerned about it sitting around so long - I hope the price I got makes up for this.

    The best part - wife and I went to Edmunds and picked the options we wanted - then decided on the color - white with ebony & titanium - this truck was EXACTLY what we had picked - that is a first.

    BTW - sold my trade (2001 Tahoe 2wd) to CarMax - they paid me $12K - Toyota figured my trade was worth $7,500 - Chevy dealer $8,000 - this was even after I showed them the CarMax quote - I would give CarMax an A+ - very easy to deal with.
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    skazskaz Member Posts: 7
    I am looking for an 07 tahoe LTZ fully loaded nav/dvd etc. Looking for black on black. I need to lease it for 24 months but i need built into the lease 25-30k of miles a year. Can anybody help me figure out how much i should be paying a month etc??? Thank you so much in advance. I live in queens ny and travel update once a week
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    surfsupsurfsup Member Posts: 12
    Does anyone know if GM will be offering any additional incentives for Labor Day or after the current incentives expire on Sept 4th?
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    acowboyfanacowboyfan Member Posts: 27
    ^^ Chevy/GM will never announce incentives before they are offered, but considering that post Labor Day they've offered steep rebates and/or 0% financing just about every year for the past 4-5 years, I think we can safely assume they will do so this year as well. I'm ready to buy an 07, but I'm biding my time until new incentives are announced.

    08 Tahoes are already starting to appear on the lots, and they've got to start clearing out the 07s.
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    surfsupsurfsup Member Posts: 12
    Thanks for the feedback acowboyfan. I know I saved about $12K on my last Tahoe by waiting, so I'm hoping to get lucky again.
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    acowboyfanacowboyfan Member Posts: 27
    No prob. In fact, I have an update - I got a call today from a family friend who knows the sales manager at one of the local Chevy dealers (probably the guy I'll get my Tahoe through), and he said to definitely wait until after Labor Day, as the incentives will go way up.
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    patengpateng Member Posts: 1
    Do you think that the incentives will go up after labor day for the chevy Equinox also?
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    zoesamzoesam Member Posts: 33
    May be a dumb question but I haven't bought a new vehicle since the 90's. When the 08 Tahoes come out, will what is in each packages (LT1, LT2, LTZ etc) stay the same? Or is it possible that they will change what features are in an LT1 for example?

    Thanks!
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    rockman59rockman59 Member Posts: 250
    Anything is possible by GM when new models are coming out. They will take a look at what options people were buying in '07 and then try to figure how to sell even more goodies on the '08. The trend every year seems to make more and more of the traditional "options" standard equipment as more and more hi-tech items (ie: Navigation, etc) come online. That way the company can justify a price increase for the base model...then sell you the extra goodies too.
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    edward23edward23 Member Posts: 26
    Is NOW the best time to get an 07 Tahoe due to the 08's coming out or would I be better off waiting til the end of the year. Most people seem to think that end of year is the best time to buy. I was never sure if that was true or just a myth. I mean...how much more are dealers willing to "accomodate" at the end of year vs end of month. Don't they get paid based on monthly sales and not yearly?
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    acowboyfanacowboyfan Member Posts: 27
    Pateng -

    I can't say for sure, but I imagince once Chevy broadens their incentives they will apply to more vehicles. For instance, right now (pre Labor Day) Chevy is only offering 0%/5 years on Silverados. Hopefully they will widen those incentives to other models soon. I saw that Ford is now offering 0%/6 years on just about everything, including Expeditions, so I figure Chevy will follow suit with across-the-board incentives soon. We should know more 9/5 or shortly thereafter, because all current incentives expire 9/4.
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    rockman59rockman59 Member Posts: 250
    Edward23 said: Is NOW the best time to get an 07 Tahoe due to the 08's coming out or would I be better off waiting til the end of the year.
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    The longer you wait the better deal you will get.....but don't wait until all the '07s are sold. Find a dealer you want to work with and find out how many new 07's they have in stock. That should give you some idea of when you should get serious about buying.
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    baccus49baccus49 Member Posts: 60
    Any word on what the new incentives are for the Suburban or Tahoe? :surprise:
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    acowboyfanacowboyfan Member Posts: 27
    The latest incentives are no better than the previous ones - $2K rebate or not-very-attractive financing. According to Edmunds this will last through 10/1, so I may be waiting another 4 weeks or so to buy.
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    firstimebuyerfirstimebuyer Member Posts: 1
    what is the best deal anyone has received on a new 2007 Tahoe (4x4, LT)?

    I have never bought my own car I have been driving a Blazer since '99, so I am a little out of touch with the ins and outs of not getting taken to the cleaners by dealers.

    Any info/tips would be greatly appreciated.

    :confuse:
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    jbwilkjbwilk Member Posts: 5
    Thought I'd share our purchase of a used '07 Tahoe LT3 4x4 a few weeks ago.

    GM certified (increases bumper-bumper warranty to 39k)

    24,000 miles

    Interior is spotless.

    Local trade to the dealer.

    Some of our goodies...
    black leather
    bench 2nd row (didn't want the 2nd row captains, my son sits in middle)
    heated seats both rows
    sunroof
    bose/ 6 disc changer
    power pedals
    rear park assist
    power liftgate/ glass
    remote start
    dual climate
    side air bags, all rows
    etc...

    Dealer was asking $31,900 and we paid $30,000. We thought this was a great deal for the exact truck we were looking for. (The truck had been on the lot only 2 weeks)

    We were very specific when looking for this vehicle, with what we wanted (black leather, bench seat) and what we didn't (3rd row, would end up in garage).

    Truck rides like a dream and is averaging 18 mpg with stop-and-go and interstate travel.

    Only additions we may make are a dvd player (I'm having trouble with this due to the sunroof) and maybe 20's.

    Took us all summer, but very happy we found it, the extra goodies were just a bonus to us, and have been fun to use :)

    Love this truck! ;)
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    hukekeehukekee Member Posts: 1
    I've got quotes for a 2007 and a 2008. Trying to figure out which is a better deal. Any thoughts? Should I be trying to get much lower? I'm also having a hard time deciphering what package I'm being offered on the 2008. It does not seem to fit in the usual categories. They may just be adding leather to a lower package, if that can be done. My only necessity is black leather and a bench second row, but I don't mind paying more for bells if I get a fair deal.

    The 2007: $35,491 plus TTL

    Color1: 41U Black Exterior Color
    Color2: N/A
    Trim: 193 Ebony Leather Interior Trim
    Package: 2LT LT2 Option Package
    Engine: LMG Engine: 5.3L, V-8, Flex Fuel, SFI, V-8
    Trans: M30 Transmission: 4-Speed Automatic
    Other: 1SZ Option Package Discount
    A95 Seat: High Back Bucket Driver and Passenger
    AG1 Seat Adjuster, 6-Way Power (Driver\'s Side)
    AJ1 Glass: Deep Tinted
    AM8 Bench Seat: 2nd Row
    AP3 Remote Start
    AS3 Rear Seat, 3rd Row, Three Passenger
    AU3 Power Door Locks
    B30 Floor Covering: Color Keyed Carpet with Floor Mats
    B58 Floor Mats Frt & Rr, Carpeted Insert
    B85 Moldings, Body Side, Black or Bright, Package Dependent
    BVE Assist Steps
    C36 Heater, Auxillary
    C49 Defogger, Rear Window, Electric
    C5Y GVW Rating 7100 Lbs
    CJ2 Climate Control, Electronic - Multi-zone
    DF5 Mirror I/S R/V-Lt Sens-Compass/Temp
    DK8 Deluxe Roof Console
    DL8 Mirrors, O/S, Power, Heated
    E52 Liftgate with Wiper/Washer
    FE9 Federal Emissions
    GU6 Rear Axle, 3.42 Ratio
    JF4 Pedals Adjustable, Power
    K34 Cruise Control
    NP5 Steering Wheel: Leather Wrapped
    P46 Wheels: 17x7.5 Aluminum Bright
    QAN Tires: P265/70R17 BW All-Season
    SAF Spare Tire Lock
    T96 Fog Lamps, Front
    U2K Satellite, XM Radio Digital Sound System (subscription)
    UD7 Rear Parking Assist
    UE1 OnStar Communication System
    UG1 Universal Home Remote
    UK3 Radio Controls: Steering Wheel
    UQA Speakers: Bose Premium System
    US9 Radio, AM/FM Stereo, Auto Tone, Multiple CD
    V1K Luggage Rack, Carrier Center Cross
    V54 Luggage Rack, Roof Mounted, Black
    VGD Fascia, Front, Body Color
    VGE Fascia, Rear, Body Color
    VK3 License Plate Front Mounting Pkg
    ZRS Tire, Spare P265/70R17
    ZW7 Suspension Package: Smooth Ride
    ZY1 Solid Paint Application

    The 2008: $33550.00 (+TT&L)

    MODEL & FACTORY OPTIONS
    CC10706 TAHOE 2WD
    AS3 3-PASSENGER, 3RD ROW SEAT
    C5Y GVW RATING-7100 LB
    FE9 FEDERAL EMISSIONS
    GU6 REAR AXLE 3.42 RATIO
    LMG VORTEC 5.3L V8, FLEX FUEL
    IRON BLOCK W/ACTIVE FUEL MGT
    M30 4-SPD AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
    UE1 1YR ONSTAR SAFE & SOUND(ASK DLR
    ABOUT TURN-BY-TURN NAV UPGRADE)
    TAHOE EQUIPMENT GROUP :
    POWER DRIVER SEAT
    DEEP-TINTED GLASS
    POWER LOCKS WITH REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY
    POWER WINDOWS
    HEAD CURTAIN AIR BAGS ALL THREE ROWS
    TRI-ZONE CLIMATE CONTROL
    ALUMINUM WHEELS 17"
    XM SATELLITE RADIO
    AM/FM STEREO,AUTO TONE, CD PLAYER W/STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS
    CRUISE CONTROL
    ASSIST STEPS
    CARPETED FLOOR MATS
    EBONY LEATHER SEATS
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    zoesamzoesam Member Posts: 33
    >

    According to my sales rep, the current incentives can change at any time. So even though this has been announced thru 10/1, it could change to something more attractive any time between now & 10/1. I guess it could change to something less attractive too, but that wouldn't make much sense LOL.

    Zoesam
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    rockman59rockman59 Member Posts: 250
    You will be getting an '08 for about $2,000 less than you are paying for the '07. And here's what you are getting on the '07 for the money: Remote start, 6 cd player, deluxe mirrors, power pedals, XM radio, rear park assist, home remote and deluxe climate control. You really don't need any of this stuff....nice to have maybe, but you don't need it. Your new '08 has all the toys you do need so why pay $2k more and end up owning a year old vehicle which will be worth much less when trade-in time comes around. Buy the '08.
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    acowboyfanacowboyfan Member Posts: 27
    That's what I figured, but good to know anyway. I'm getting itchy waiting for the big deals to kick in, though. :)
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    norcal07norcal07 Member Posts: 2
    Have a 2007 Chevy Tahoe LTZ Trim Package with the following options:

    Leather seats
    DVD and Navigation pkg.
    sunroof
    power assist running baords

    Asking was 56k, but i got them down to $100 over invoice, plus it's an aged unit, meaning GM is offering $3k for that, plus the $2k on the rebate. Ballpark $42-43k for it....good deal or wait to see if financing changes at the end of the month? Alot of people are saying the Tahoes are leaving the lots, so GM is not going to drop the rates.

    And would it be better to wait on the 08's??

    Any feedback would be great, before i spent that kinda money.
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    norcal07norcal07 Member Posts: 2
    Have a 2007 Chevy Tahoe LTZ Trim Package on the line with the following options:

    Leather seats
    DVD and Navigation pkg.
    sunroof
    power assist running baords

    Asking was 56k, but i got them down to $100 over invoice, plus it's an aged unit, meaning GM is offering $3k for that, plus the $2k on the rebate. Ballpark $42-43k for it....good deal or wait to see if financing changes at the end of the month? Alot of people are saying the Tahoes are leaving the lots, so GM is not going to drop the rates.

    And would it be better to wait on the 08's??

    Any feedback would be great, before i spent that kinda money.
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    gatersawgatersaw Member Posts: 2
    I was in the dealership yesterday and my brother was casually negotiating on a trailblazer SS. He got the dealer to offer 8k off the sticker without a drop of sweat. These guys are going to be giving away cars in a month. US Retail sales are dropping off as consumers feel the pinch of a slowing economy and we're going to see 15k off sticker soon enough.
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    acowboyfanacowboyfan Member Posts: 27
    Word on the street (read it in another forum I frequent) is that GM is trotting out the 0%/60 on all 07 models next week (starting 9/24). Not sure how reliable the news is, but it fits with their practice over the past few years.
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    zoesamzoesam Member Posts: 33
    It also has 6 cd changer, 4WD, rear park assist & adjustable pedals. MSRP 41,324, asking price on the window 34K. I believe this to be an "aged" vehicle, is there any way to know for sure? How do I know if the 34K window price includes the 2K current rebate & the 3K aged rebate?

    This is a dealer demo, supposedly driven by a manager back & forth to work. It's never been titled. So if it's been in an accident, I'm guessing no one would have had to report that, right? Anyway to be sure it's not been in an accident?

    And lastly, what do you think is a reasonable price for this? I don't know how to figure out the invoice price. If I ask the dealer, they'll probably just show me a fake invoice. I'm guessing they keep those on file for just that purpose. Plus there's holdbacks & incentives to consider for the dealer. I see this as essentially a used 1 year old vehicle w/6000m. I'm thinking $28-29K. Thoughts? It's only an LT1, so it doesn't have a ton of bells & whistles, but that's cool w/me.
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    73shark73shark Member Posts: 325
    To determine reasonable price and also invoice, go to Kelly Bluebook (kbb.com) or Edmunds.
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    zoesamzoesam Member Posts: 33
    Thanks 73shark, I see now the "invoice" price is the middle column on my Edmunds report when I run this as a "new" vehicle. I was pricing this as used, since it does have 6K miles & that Edmunds report doesn't have invoice price.
    Sorry for the dumb question LOL.
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    73shark73shark Member Posts: 325
    No problem. Good luck with finding your Tahoe. :D
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    acowboyfanacowboyfan Member Posts: 27
    Just heard from dealer contact - the official word just came down, and the only incentive upgrade is that they upped the customer cash another grand, making the total rebate $3K.

    Bummer.
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    ottiotti Member Posts: 6
    Tahoe 07 4WD LT w/LT2 options, Rear Entertainment DVD, Paint 20' wheels and a few other things

    Edmunds MSRP 44K
    Emunds Dealer Invoice $40,029
    Edmunds TMV $ 40,917
    Minus 2k Customer rebate $38,917 w/o Title and Tax etc

    Did I just hear there is an additional 1K in consumer rebate available? I dont know how long its been on the lot so not sure if I can get any manf to Dealer 3K incentive.

    What is realistic price to pay? Should it be 5% over dealer invoice after deducting the 3K for aged vehicle(assuming its available) and the after deducting the 3% dealer hold back. This is confusing could use some help.

    If so 40K - 4300 (Aged and Hold back) = True dealer invoice of $ 35,700 + 5% dealer profit = My price should be $37,485 + TTL ?
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    kylechoffmankylechoffman Member Posts: 79
    Not sure where you are located but I would offer Invoice minus the rebate if it were me because of the large inventory levels near me. There seems to be a lot of inventory in my area (Socal) and if 0% comes out before the end of the year, Im emailing all dealerships and getting a price locked in.

    Walk in and offer 37485 OTD - if they dont take it walk.. They will call you back.

    Looks like you are getting a nice tahoe for 7k under msrp.
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    ottiotti Member Posts: 6
    Thanks for your answer, Im in NJ and a few of the dealerships seem to have two or three cars per dealership floating around. I will post my results.
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    kylechoffmankylechoffman Member Posts: 79
    Im no expert but based upon my readings around these parts, i would search via the chevy site to see what inventory exists at each dealer within 50 miles of your location and start sending emails for price quotes on specific cars.

    Maybe even go into another dealer, get a business card, write a number down on it and go to the dealer in question, stating you received the following price on the back of the business card from a competing dealer. A bit of a snake move but wth - and hopefully the nonsense going on with GM further fuels deals.

    Saw the following posted in another thread:
    Kickingtires.net reports that GM has 67 days of inventory left at its current rate of sales.
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    zoesamzoesam Member Posts: 33
    Just an FYI, inventory levels seem pretty low in the mountain region. 6-12 tahoes not uncommon.
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    ottiotti Member Posts: 6
    I noticed that the 3K consumer rebate Chevy has for the tahoe is still good until 10/1/07 but i also noticed that the aged inventory 3k manufacturer to dealer incentive is no longer on Edmunds. I am currently working with a dealer that is helping me find an "aged" 2007 Tahoe.

    Does anyone know if this incentive is still valid? Is there anywhere else to check besides edmunds or can i call Chevy directly?

    I hope I didn't miss out on this nice additional 3K
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    acowboyfanacowboyfan Member Posts: 27
    otti - I just checked with my dealer contact, and he confirmed that yes, the "aged" mfr-to-dealer incentive is gone now. Sorry. He did give me a heads-up as to post 10/1 incentives, though. Still no attractive financing - in fact, he says that GM is determined not to offer 0% any time soon since it is so expensive for them - but there is going to be "certificate" money which allows them to offer as much as $4K in customer cash. In fact, he says they can offer the certificate money right now if they want. I might be pulling the trigger soon, as the difference between $4K in rebate and 0% financing is only about $30/month.
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    b_man07b_man07 Member Posts: 3
    Hi,

    I'm a first time car buyer and I've decided that I am dead set on getting one of these Tahoes (after lots of saving).

    Really the only specification that I want is leather seats and a black vehicle. I have had a dealer tell me that it would be "cheaper" for me to get an LS (vs. LT) and have them install the leather for me. Is this a good idea?

    I'm in Houston and there seems to be a ton of tahoes at every dealer I go to. It seems to be a good time to buy considering the 08's are here and inventories appear to be high....Any feedback for a first time buyer is greatly appreciated....My head is already starting to spin and I've only been to a couple of dealers....brian
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