How will the 2008 Vibe compare with the 2009?

Asked by Jan 08, 2008 at 10:23 PM about the 2008 Pontiac Vibe

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

We are looking at buying a new Vibe 2007, 2008, or 2009.
Here are the features we are looking for:
Frosty or Platinum color
4 speed automatic
Preferred package-  power locks, power windows, cruise control, keyless remote
Premium package- leather seats and steering wheel
Roof rack
The standard radio and CD player.

We have been getting quotes of $17,900 to $18,400.
We have a few GM employees in the family and have been looking to get the GMS price.

How do we know if we are getting the GMS price and is there anyway of knowing what te rebates and incentives are at the time we go to buy?

3 Answers

i dont think their will be that much of a change.the GMS is listed on the window sticker,with options and what is standard,with rebates the way cars are selling right now,you should get a fair rebate or 0%financing.

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Do your research at the following websites. Print out the MSRP (sticker price) and Invoice (dealer price) and take them with you. The GM employee pricing should be lower than both of these values. If not, you're not getting the correct GM pricing from the dealer. http://www.edmunds.com/ http://www.kbb.com/

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