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Factored out to this for the SS:

Selected Style: SS Supercharged
MSRP: $21,995.00
Chevrolet Employee Discount Price: (approx.) $20,034.15 †(Details)
(after applicable incentives)

Just wonder if they'll nail me on my trade (2002 Hyundai Elantra GT 49,000 miles, please don't laugh :( ) at the dealer?

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unfortunately, i know for my dealership, trade in value's of a Kia or a Hyundai or drastically lower than that of anything else. Just do your research and know what to expect before going in. I wish I had one on one of my lots to give you an idea of what we would have owned it for.
 

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Thanks AutoBiz. If I can get $5000-$5500 for it, I'd jump on it. I bough it back in March as "transportation" for $8800.00 when I sold my Tib GT.

At this point I'll take the hit as the car is nice for a commuter but NO guts.

This GM Employee discount has got me off the 05' Mustang V6 and onto a Black or Blue SS.

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Wisconsin • June 8, 2005
2002 Hyundai Elantra GT Hatchback 4D



Engine: 4-Cyl. 2.0 Liter
Trans: Automatic
Drive: Front Wheel Drive
Mileage: 49,000

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Depending on your area, you might be close to getting what you "need" out of it.
 

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actionjackson said:
Are they giving you this discount because they're abuot to cut your job too?
Me? Dealerships work as almost a seperate entity from GM. Think of it like if Sony went out of business, Best Buy would still be around though. We'd just pick up another franchise which our owner is already trying to do since we are moving our 3 different location dealerships to a 40 acre area in the near future. Would be cool if we could pick up a motorcycle franchise though, like a Harley, but unfortunately in Milwaukee, we already have quite a few, and a number of REALLY good/well respected ones.

If you weren't directing that at me, then ignore my mindless banter
 

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actionjackson said:
Are they giving you this discount because they're abuot to cut your job too?
I guess with them cutting the 25,000 jobs, that's 25,000 less potential buyers to use the Employee Discount. Passing it on to us "regular" consumers fills some of that void and makes us "surrogate" employees.

The timing of the two is almost uncanny no matter how you look at it though. :cool:

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Last month you could get a Trailblazer for $21,995

this month, same trailblazer is $21,797

GM Employee pricing is great "marketing" and works on vehicles such as the Cobalt SS that there normally aren't any rebates right now.

For other vehicles, you take away the HUGE rebates they once had $4000 on trailblazers now down to $2500, but the marketing aspect of it works in customer's minds.

deals aren't THAT much better then you'd tend to think, get what i mean? :)
 
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