NOW How Much Would You Pay?

Robert Farago
by Robert Farago
now how much would you pay

In invite the Best and Brightest to send me examples of big discounts on new cars for publication, from any brand. Send jpegs to BTW: I saw a TV ad today advertising Chevy Malibus for $18k. The fine print (which I barely caught): one owner cars. Desperate times.

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  • BMW325I BMW325I on Jan 09, 2009

    @ Detroit-X Dont forget that corvettes lose nearly half their value in 3 years.

  • on Jan 10, 2009

    Listen, you will always have ads that trumpet huge discounts and unattainable prices. That is the way it is. Bottom line is dealers have an invoice price. And they strive to stay at or above that mark somehow,someway. The unfortunate part of GM's latest "loyalty" campaign is that dealers are tempted to offer these discounts to everyone. Regardless of their eligigbility.

  • AdCar AdCar on Jan 10, 2009

    This cash back are nothing more than a "discount". It fails to let us know what the certificate will go toward. If the discount going toward MSRP than it is worthless. If the "Certificate" goes toward invoice plus rebate, plus anther $5000 off on all GM POS that is a deal.

  • Deanst Deanst on Jan 11, 2009 Hyundai Canada is offering Accents for $9,995 Canadian (about $8000 U.S.) PLUS they are offering 0% financing for 3 years with this price! If that's too much, see if you can qualify for the $500 graduate rebate program...........