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2008 Suburban Pricing

Discussion in 'Chevy Suburban Forum (GMC Yukon XL)' started by JohnR, Jul 9, 2008.

  1. JohnR

    JohnR New Member

    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
  2. finalday7

    finalday7 New Member 1000 Posts 100 Posts

    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.:glasses:
  3. WW_KROIL

    WW_KROIL New Member

  4. Allen

    Allen New Member

    Just bought one...

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

    zippy Member 100 Posts

    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::rules: You saved enough to buy gas for 50,000 miles! :money: (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.)
  6. IrishBrewer

    IrishBrewer New Member

    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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