Bottom line price on a 2015 Chevy Equinox LT1 with V6?


Asked by Jun 21, 2015 at 08:43 PM about the 2015 Chevrolet Equinox 1LT FWD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I've researched ad nauseam and am more confused than ever. So.. what's the basement bottom dollar price I could get on a new 2015 Chevy Equinox LT with a V6? I saw posted on one dealership's sight  $22,055 down from an MSRP of $29,815. I really don't want to go more than $20,000. Is it possible or is that a pipe dream to get it for $19-20,500 tops?

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Easier to work with dealers online for pricing vs going into the showroom and them holding you hostage. If you already know you want an Equinox, then that's the way to do it. From my experience you should be able to get the vehicle for Invoice and and rebates they are offering that you qualify for fairly easy. Anything less, you'll have to be a good negotiator. Dealers only make a couple hundred per new car, anything less and the salesmen will be working for free. Used cars is where they make their money. Do they have any 2014's left over?

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I've looked everywhere for 2014's and seems no one has any, which I find hard to believe. As far as invoice minus rebates, I'm finding it near impossible to find out the true invoice price since there is so much wiggle room between invoice and MSRP pricing on options, ex. According to what I can find out the invoice for the car is $25,736. There must be a boat load of incentives for them to be asking 22,055. So that makes me wonder if there would be any more wiggle room to try to have them come down. I've thought about a CPO car, but if I have to negotiate to get even a reasonable price on one, I might as well try for a new car! It's ridiculous what they're wanting for used cars. You can get a new one for below what they want for a used one it seems!

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