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Well if everyone else is..... Milwaukee, WI Area

I have 4 Cobalt SS's in stock on the showroom floor right now.

1 Yellow at $21,995 MSRP

1 Yellow at $21,995 MSRP

1 Black at $21,995 MSRP - SOLD to Quillus from this board 5/29

1 Black at $22,720 MSRP (Has sunroof) - SOLD

1 Red at $25,650 MSRP (has LSD and Recaros)

PM me with any questions

Chris Minnich
GMBuypower Manager
Braeger Chevrolet
Milwaukee, WI 53221

PS - I'm just a 24 y/o enthusiast like yourselves. Not an older guy just spamming a board(not saying anyone else is either, i've just seen it on the LS1 boards)
 

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Black one w/ the sunroof is sold.... :( was trying to get a deal struck on it with a member by getting it dealer traded up to his dealer since they would have gotten him a better deal since he knew one of the managers there.

But yes, you do get something free ;) and it's including both AIRFARE and HOTEL. All you need to have is food money and gambling money(that should give a hint to where you are going, haha). And it's NOT a set date. We will work around your schedule. Buy/Lease, New/Used, Doesn't matter

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other black one on hold for "Quillus" of this board.
 

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Autobiz said:
other black one on hold for "Quillus" of this board.
Another one sold....
 

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Just got one with the LSD and Recaros in!

Window Sticker Division of General Motors Corporation
COBALT 2-DR SUPERCHARGED COUPE
2.0L ECOTEC DOHC 4CYL ENGINE
MANUAL 5 SPEED TRANSMISSION
VICTORY RED
EBONY


MANUFACTURER'S SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICE $ 21,430.00

Options installed by Manufacturer
XM SATELLITE RADIO-OVER 130
CHNLS OF DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT.
SERVICE FEE EXTRA 1ST.3MOS.INCL
$ 325.00
ONSTAR SYSTEM
INCLUDES 1 YR SAFE & SOUND
$ 695.00
ASHTRAY AND LIGHTER
$ 15.00
AIRBAGS, SIDE HEAD-CURTAIN
$ 395.00
ELECTRIC SUNROOF W/MAP LIGHTS
$ 725.00
PERFORMANCE PACKAGE INCLUDES:
LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL
RECARO FRONT BUCKET SEATS
$ 1,500.00
TOTAL OPTIONS $ 3,655.00
TOTAL VEHICLE & OPTIONS $ 25,085.00
DESTINATION CHARGE $ 565.00


TOTAL VEHICLE PRICE*** $25,650.00





STANDARD EQUIPMENT
Items Featured Below are included at NO EXTRA CHARGE in the Standard Vehicle Price Shown at Right


***MECHANICAL***
• 2.0L DOHC SUPERCHARGED 4CYL
• 5 SPEED MAN TRANS W/SHORT
THROW SHIFTER & 4.05 AXLE
• SPEED SENSITIVE ELECTRIC
POWER STEERING
• PERF HANDLING SUSPENSION
***SAFETY & SECURITY***
• 4 WHEEL DISC ANTILOCK BRAKES
• DUAL STAGE AIRBAGS
• PASSLOCK THEFT DETERRENT
• BATTERY RUNDOWN PROTECTION
• LATCH SYSTEM FOR CHILD SEATS
• EMERGENCY TRUNK RELEASE
• DAYTIME RUNNING LAMPS & AUTO
EXTERIOR LAMP CONTROL
***EXTERIOR***
• 18" PAINTED ALUMINUM WHEELS
• P215/45R18 Z-RATED TIRES
• BODY COLOR PWR SPORT MIRRORS
• SPORT FASCIAS & ROCKER MLDGS
• HIGH MOUNT REAR SPOILER
• FOG LAMPS
• INTERMITTENT FRONT WIPERS
***INTERIOR***
• A/C W/AIR FILTRATION SYSTEM
• AM/FM STEREO WITH CD/MP3 &
7 SPEAKER PIONEER SYSTEM
• RECLINING LEATHER APPOINTED
SEATS W/COLOR KEYED INSERTS
DRVR SEAT HEIGHT ADJ & LUMBAR
• 60/40 SPLIT FOLDING REAR SEAT
• DRIVER INFO CTR & BOOST GAUGE
• LEATHER WRAPPED STEERING
WHEEL & SHIFT LEVER
• TILT STG WHEEL & CRUISE CNTRL
• POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS WITH
KEYLESS ENTRY
• REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER
• FLOOR MATS
• TRUNK CARGO CONVENIENCE NET
• REMOTE TRUNK RELEASE
 

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HA, just like you had posted in the other thread.... LOTS of tirekickers now.

I work with alot of people coming in to our Ford and Chrysler/Jeep store, and they all pretty much say that it was a good marketing idea to get people out to the dealerships. I just don't think customers understand the concept of not being able to negotiate on the car price. That and I think people who DO visit the dealerships finally realize that there ISN"T a huge markup on vehicles. With the gas situation we still see our normal sales on the large SUV's, but alot of people trading them in on cars get to see that the Malibu's and Cobalts just don't have a huge markup, and then their trade in isn't worth anything because you can get $11k off MSRP on the Tahoe/Suburban. It especially gets weird cause we have an advertisement in the paper showing a bunch of vehicles and then listing 0% for 60 months. But you know as well as i do it's on vehicles we just don't have anymore of (Cavalier, Venture, and Blazer) but technically we can still list it. I dont feel that's right, but it's not my decision.

How's business for you?
 

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"Sales" are slow, we are about 20 units behind last month right now. Lot traffic is amazingly high, but no real good leads.
I'm at 8 as of tonight which is about 4-5 lower than I usually am this time of the month. Just like you mentioned, we are selling tons of Impala's, Malibu's/maxx and Trailblazers, because of the GMS/big rebate discount. Customers are getting really excited when they see a sticker price of lets say $31,xxx then the GMS sticker price of $24,xxx

BTW, are you getting spiffs on every new Chevy?
 

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I'm not a sales guy anymore. I've done my time and moved up to the GMBuypower Manager, but when they come in, I don't actually sell them. We get about 50 leads/day that I have to follow up on and run numbers for. When they come in they are basically "spoons' to the sales guys. I'm too busy doing that as well as the marketing aspect for our dealership(i work with alot of companies that their employees ONLY buy from our dealerships. all companies are either employee pricing eligible or supplier pricing eligible for ford/chrysler/jeep/chevrolet since those are our stores) you wouldn't believe how many companies chrysler/jeep gives out the supplier pricing too. I mean KMART of all places!! haha

We did have a Cobalt selling contest and a couple of the sales guys won $500-$1500 and one of our guys won the Cobalt or Cash giveaway they had. Weird to see them walk in with a stack of $100 money orders totaling up to like $12,000
 

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Hey Autobiz, I work at Best Buy and we put TV's/DVD players/keyless/alarms/remote starts, etc on all sorts of dealerships vehicles for them, how would I find out if Best Buy employees are eligible for a supplier discount?!?!
 

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Honestly, you probably wouldn't get the Supplier Discount in the same regards that Briggs & Stratton employees get(meaning each and any dealership nationwide) but because you do provide that dealership with services, you might be able to work something out with them with regards to that pricing. Supplier pricing on most of the small cars isn't all that much better than invoice. Well compared to the GMS pricing I mean. It's all up to the dealership. An old neighbor had bought maybe 10 cars from a certain dealership. Because he was a "good customer" they gave him and his family supplier pricing. In some cases, a good negotiator sticking to his guns, and a dealership wanting to sell a vehicle, supplier pricing can be reached, it's just taking away more from the dealers holdback really.

But like for Chrysler/Jeep, i have a list of 300 companies i think it was. maybe it was 200, i forgot off the top of my head. but they ranged from anything like Delphi Employees(people who build parts for GM and get GMS pricing but also some parts are starting to see there way onto other makes) to KMART employee and even Autozone employees too!! It's really weird.

Chris
 
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