Nino, I ended up getting my car for $802.16 below suppliere/credit union pricing. The dealer was shady when doing this. They wanted to give me a separate check for the $802.16. Instead I asked them to just add the $802.16 to my trade. On my buyers sheet that is what they did, they showed that they sold me the car for supplier pricing and gave me $802.16 more for my trade. While shady for not being totally honest, I said that would be fine. I bought the car on 4/23. The dealer is calling, emailing and plain badgering the crap out of me because they want me to bring in my Credit Union verification because GM wants it. I already have the title, have my tags and the transaction is done. My car was in the service pay 17 out of the first 33 days with major issues and the dealership I bought the car from was no help whatsoever. I had to take it to another shop that was great with me. My question is, why are they pushing me for the Credit Union info?
Sorry to hijack your thread :-)