A very good way to find the vehicle you want, but don't mind traveling a little, is through Chevrolet.com. Go to the "build and Price" option, go through all the steps to define the vehicle you'd like. Then, at the end you can "view inventory". From there, it will list all of the exact matches and close matches within a given radius of your zip code. If you find one, you can then contact that particular dealer. I have found that website very helpful and that's how I found a dealer that had my Trailblazer "in transit". We struck a deal and I put a deposit on it before it arrived. A couple weeks later, all done.We test drove an AWD LT today but didn't have any options and I want some options. Talked to the dealer about ordering one and he said they are so far behind in getting them shipped I probably wouldn't receive it till next year.
Have you considered striking a deal directly with a dealership that has what you want?I just ordered one on June 9th and they were estimating "hopefully" 4-6 months. The dealership I'm working with has tried four different dealerships now that were receiving the one I wanted and they would not trade. I will update when I get a "real" build date etc
I had trouble finding a RS AWD (wanted the 9 speed auto not the CVT)....I am in Florida and used the Chevy website toCan’t seem to find any RS Models loaded in upstate NY. Kinda hard to travel to dealer with it in stock if we are doing a trade in.
I just signed up for GM Rewards. That will be used for accessories. And where we live (NY) by trading in our car, we will save about $1500 in sales tax, vs buying without a trade in.I had trouble finding a RS AWD (wanted the 9 speed auto not the CVT)....I am in Florida and used the Chevy website to
locate the exact vehicle I wanted. Dealt with a Chevy dealer in Michigan ...had it shipped to FL. Local dealers were
quoting 12-16 weeks for a factory build. Cost me $1,000 to ship from MI to FL....could not wait on a new build. If you have a local CarMax get a quote on just selling them your trade-in. Have had 2 good experiences with them as have
friends. My understanding is they don't discount the new TB's so haggling over the price is limited anyway. Know any
one who could get you the GM friends and Family pricing ? Or has a GM card with reward points ?
I visited 3 dealerships in SWFL in the Sept / Oct timeframe and no one was willing to deal. The only "discount" was theI just signed up for GM Rewards. That will be used for accessories. And where we live (NY) by trading in our car, we will save about $1500 in sales tax, vs buying without a trade in.
so what was it like dealing with dealer in another state? Did they offer ANY discount off MSRP? Thanks.