Looking to get a GM vehicle with a code from my uncle that worked for them for 20+ years. This is my first lease and I have been reading here for a while. Unfortunately, I haven’t seen much baseline on the Blazer to find a reasonable % off MSRP. Right now I sit at 8% - other dealers have tried to give less so I guess I am happy with what I have so far.
Year, Make, Model, and Trim: 2020 Chevy Blazer RS AWD
Monthly Payment: $436.92
Drive-Off Amount: $ 2,750.28
Annual Mileage: 10k
Incentives: GM Family First Supplier Pricing + $1,250
Region: North East
Leasehackr Score: 9
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Ok, so I stuck with it. I am choosing between this and a Highlander XLE AWD. I get that they are two different vehicles. Here was my email that I sent to maybe 15 dealerships - finally someone bit. Any suggestions for getting the next one down?
I hope all is well by you. I am interested in leasing the Blazer RS you have in stock at your dealership. Stock #XXXX
I am looking to be under $375 a month with only tax, tag and fees due at signing. I have GM Family and Friends Employee discount, along with the current cash rebate. I have no current leases in my household.
Let me know if you are willing to discuss at this pricing for 36 months and 10k a year in 11570 and tier 1 credit.
I would like to make a deal within the next day or two.
Is this an actual quote you received, or your proposal? 10% is a strong discount, if you like the Blazer that sounds pretty good for the money relative to MSRP. I’m not certain how the Highlander compares price wise at the moment.
You could shop it to get someone to match but I’m not sure about beating it. If I really liked the vehicle I’d be happy with that deal. I haven’t really checked the Blazer out enough to really comment on it beyond that.
IMO this ambiguity really works against you for 2 reasons:
What fees? $85 doc or $899? $795 acq or $1,095 with markup? Accessories, addons, and destination? You leave yourself open to a much higher DAS than anticipated with this ambiguity
Give people less guesswork. Dealers are used to asking people what they want DAS in part because that’s what their computer asks them. Just throw out an exact dollar figure for their DAS if you are taking approach of offering a monthly payment and a DAS.
My local dealer balked at my numbers so I am pushing the farther dealer. I am ready to take the deal set forth as noted above, but figured if I told him I really wanted to get to $425 with $0 at signing he can knock a little off. Told him if he got there I would put a deposit down tonight and pick up the car tomorrow, so let’s see how eager he is to make the deal.
Remember, I do have GM discount from my uncle. Apparently, this is the deepest discount out there. Not sure how replicable this deal will be.
If you do get the Blazer RS, you’ll be very happy.
Rented one down in FL for a few days this past winter and really loved it. 21” wheels, aggressive sporty look, roomy and the tech was incredible. (360 cam, Bose stereo, wireless charging etc). It was roomy and also did not feel sluggish like most SUV’s/Crossovers do.
Wait a sec… this dealer came back with EXACTLY what you asked for, and you are pushing more? You said you would take the deal at $375 plus taxes and fees, and they said yes. So you need to take that deal, IMHO.
No. You said 375 plus fees and taxes. In your calculator, you rolled in the acq fee. That is still a fee. So click to pay that up front and they gave you EXACTLY what you wanted. It does say 375 and you said under, but that could very well be 374.99 since the calculator doesnt show change.