Year, Make, Model, and Trim: 2021 GMC Yukon Denali
MSRP: $ 80,000
Monthly Payment: $1,176.41
Drive-Off Amount: $1,176.41
Annual Mileage: 15k
Incentives: 100% tax credit
Acquisition fee $695. Dealer fees $150 and title and govt fees $268.
Out of a dozen dealers that I contacted only one was transparent enough to tell me they can offer 100% tax credit and that they won’t mark up money factor. Was very surprised!
Fully loaded trim with entertainment package for 2nd row passengers.
Nice truck!! Love the new GMs
What does 100% tax credit mean? For business lease?
Reduction in sales tax… It’s a texas thing
Nice truck - looking to get pretty much the same but black on black. Gonna shoot for gm supplier discount though. Some take it now, so don’t.
Beautiful truck. But man not even 1% discount?
Costco will get you at least $1,000… I’d assume that Supplier would get you a few more.
Found a good no BS dealer after an exhausting search that wasn’t marking up MF nor had any unnecessary dealer added options. When he told me about sales tax credit that saved me 6.25% I was ready to give him the biz.
How has the SUV been? Picking mine up Saturday, but have been reading some horror stories with he new Yukon and Tahoe.
Really? So far no issues that I can complain about on the 1500 miles it’s been through.
No issues with mine since august.
There’s a lot of whining in the Yukon/Tahoe Facebook groups. Mostly little things
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