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    Default 2008 Suburban Pricing

    I'm looking for a 2008 Suburban LTZ or LT3 well equipped with Sun (moonroof), Entertainment (DVD) and Destination package. What price range should I be looking in relative to invoice (ie $1000 over/under)? How desparate are dealers?

    Where is supplier pricing in relation to invoice generally speaking for GM? Does anyone know current holdbacks that I can try to use in negotiations?

    Thanks!

    John

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    Here they have if you trade in any 1999 or newer vehicle you can get 0% for 72months so i'm sure it's probly the same up there. If that helps any.

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    I purchased mine in Late November 2007 the sticker was $51,830.00 and I actually paid $44,658.25 it has everything except the Destination Package and the Power Running Boards. That price was after all rebates and the day I picked it up I got a extra $1000.00 off so I thought it was good deal.

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    Default Just bought one...

    Mine is an '08 LT with sticker of $46,420...I paid $36,500 out the door just this weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen View Post
    Mine is an '08 LT with sticker of $46,420...I paid $36,500 out the door just this weekend.
    Greetings and salutations, Allen and welcome aboard! Hope you have a great experience with your new ride, I'm very envious.

    Just out of curiosity, I did some rough approximations on gas prices and MPG: You saved enough to buy gas for 50,000 miles! (Probably more, because your out-the-door price has additional costs [taxes and fees] not shown on the sticker. These can be added to your "total" savings.)
    Are we having fun, yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zippy View Post
    Just out of curiosity, I did some rough approximations on gas prices and MPG: You saved enough to buy gas for 50,000 miles! (Probably more, because your out-the-door price has additional costs [taxes and fees] not shown on the sticker. These can be added to your "total" savings.)
    That's an interesting way to think about it. I just got an '02 burb for under $10 grand so my savings over the price of a new vehicle equates to free gas over the life of the vehicle (assuming I put another 150K miles on it and using today's fuel prices).

    It is a good time to buy a large vehicle either new or used.

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