That's funny. I grew up in Walnut, CA, in the San Gabriel valley.sporttahoe said:I live in Walnut Creek, California (part of the San Francisco Bay Area), if that helps.
They can only sell at GMS if you qualify for GMS, and there is no Holdback with GMS. $30K minus rebates is a great deal and below invoice.sporttahoe said:Given that there are so many unsold 2004's and 2005's on the way I would think dealers would be selling at GMS less holdback just to get rid of them.
Was that a very recent price quote? Did the dealer have a lot of cars?chupa said:The dealer that was selling for $23,999 here I'm fairly sure was giving GMS pricing to anyone. I saw on the sheet that had the pricing "GMS pricing - $29,xxx". I'm definitely not GMS-qualified but they were going to give me that price.
miscreant said:They can only sell at GMS if you qualify for GMS, and there is no Holdback with GMS. $30K minus rebates is a great deal and below invoice.
What I'd bet is it's GM in the driveway supplier certificates, minus rebates, memo, and coupons. We routinely can get a couple GID certificates from the local plant.Miss-our-GTO said:In those situations "GMS" is just a price point for the dealer to sell at. So the rest of the GMS issues (eligiblility, 2-yr retention, arbitration only, no/low doc fees, etc) wouldn't come into play.