Tarry Shebesta wrote:
12k is the minimum still.
We should be pretty competitive on the models you are looking at. Most we can factory order using our fleet discounts.
For example, most dealers are selling the Camaro at over MSRP, where we are at MSRP or under.
Let me know if I can be of assistance and thank you again for the opportunity.
Thanks for the quick reply, I appreciate it.
Another question for you -- I have no problem haggling a car price, pretty good at it (last two cars were bought $3000 and $2500 under invoice). However, two of the vehicles beign considered are used (2010 and 2007 or 8 forget at the moment). Do you offer a broker/buy service w/the financing.
Generally, if a 3rd party, who is also providing financing calls to make the deal and give the finance info, can buy a used car for a bit over what they are into it for (which is a coin flipper on used cars), since they know you can tap a lot of other resources/have access to national lists.
One in particular is a 2010 GT-500 -- 3500 miles. That's a lot of miles for a car that new. They claim it was turned back in, but who knows, dealers in my experience will make up whatever. I do know, the poor guy who lost the car took a big bath. I just happen to like the color of the car, hadn't seen it before, otherwise, it'd not even be a consideration.
The Camaro SS I agree with you. Some out there are looking to get $10K over -- 30% mark-up.. which is especially egregious given that the tax payers bailed out GM... Found a few sources that'll do it under MSRP. However, since I'm using 3rd party finacing this time around (you), easier to have the whole process handled by one source. Still flipping the coin on the Camaro, have had mustangs for almost too long now
End of the day, for fleet, it's a unit.
Thanks and look forward to talking to you soon and doing business.