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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 04-15-2009, 12:13 PM Thread Starter
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3 09.5 GT's just popped up...and they aren't red!

2 White ones and 1 silver.

All with sport and premium!

If interested LMK and I can set up a deal.
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AHH! First child for a MGM? Seriously...

Interesting, I know of a few black ones in the DFW area, 1 silver, and about to be a white one. Its a bit scary know inventories when I dont even work as a sales guy.

Bump for you Nino, but seriously yell at someone for a MGM. My days are counting down
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Nino,
Does your Pontiac sales rep have any idea when another boatload will show up on : gminventory.com ? None have been added for a long time now.
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Damn. I hope you can hold on to the white for a little bit longer. I'm not quite ready to buy. Getting married in June & buying a house and the car comes soon after.
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No clue on any other boatloads. I wouldn't expect too much with as many as there are still in GM inventory and us being only a couple of months away from 2010 model year
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Hey Nino, Could you tell me what the requirements for 0% are? If I put up a large down payment would that help me get the 0% even if credit is less than stellar?

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Its tough. I have seen a few 590 beacon scores get 0% this month. Anything is possible.
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Does large Down Payment help? Like $10-13k almost half the car.
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Absolutely. But with that much down it somewhat defeats the purpose of taking 0%. You really wont save as much versus the 3000 rebates even with a high rate.
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Absolutely. But with that much down it somewhat defeats the purpose of taking 0%. You really wont save as much versus the 3000 rebates even with a high rate.
Oh, so you can only have one or the other? Not both 0% with 3,000 in rebates? My main purpose of the large down payment is to keep the payment below $300.
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Oh, so you can only have one or the other? Not both 0% with 3,000 in rebates? My main purpose of the large down payment is to keep the payment below $300.
Correct, as it's always been. Rebates or financing. Figure out what works best, if it works at all for you.

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I found out yesterday there are no more boatloads of G8 coming for the 2009 Model year. Whatever is at the dealerships or in transit to the dealerships is it.
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You are correct.

I wish I could find a final production number on GXP's.

Im curious how many were built
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With the death of Pontiac, as of this morning, are we sure there aren't more boats of 2009 or 2010 G8s coming?
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With the death of Pontiac, as of this morning, are we sure there aren't more boats of 2009 or 2010 G8s coming?
No one really knows at this point, but setting Pontiac up for a closing as early as 2010 is pretty aggressive on GM's part

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Ill make a new post to tell you what I know...


But, basically from what all the dealers were saying in the room on the conference... If you think its going to be a fire sale on Pontiacs you are sadly mistaken...Expecially on the G8's. Expect to see some dealers raising the prices on GT's and GXP's.
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It could go one of two ways. Not surprising to see which way the dealers want it to go.

Also let us know what's going on with you guys (dealers) in general - what with Pontiac going away and all.
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Well, from a dealers perspective...

With the GXP production having been done, being as small as it is, and nothing similar being available any time soon they feel like they need to hold them now.

Frankly, if I had the money I would buy a second one just to keep in storage now LOL

I am usually one of those guys that makes fun of people for doing it, but knowing how few were actually built this could be a true instant classic.

I am really glad I got mine and extremely happy for all the customers that took advantage of the prices I offered them for because at this point, I am not even allowed to post MSRP's on the ones I have coming.
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Let us know when you get the final production numbers on the GXP. I may have to start driving my Taurus for a while and just garage my "instant classic". I hope one day its worth MSRP.
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LOL

I sense sarcasm?

I bet you could still sell it for more than you paid.
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