Just drove home with my brand new XT6
I ended up getting a brand new 2022 XT6 (non-loaner) from a different dealership instead of the 2021 loaner. The price difference was only about $2,000 between the two.
I traded in a 2021 GMC Acadia SLT which I purchased for $32,000 (plus tax, tag title) in May of this year. The dealership gave me $40,381 for a trade-in allowance. Basically $8,381 more than what I paid for the car brand new and I got to put 15,000 miles on it.
Here’s the numbers of the deal.
MSRP = 49,290
GM Supplier price = 47,198 ($2,092 discount)
Rebates = $500
Trade-in allowance = $40,381
Trade-in payoff = $35,025
Dealer fee = $799 (lower than most in Florida)
Ended up financing with GM Financial at 0.9% for 72 months
The price of the vehicle itself is ok. Basically a 4.3% discount. But the value of the deal comes from what they gave me for my trade.
KBB Good trade-in value = $37,500
Carvana offer = $38,850
Vroom offer = $35,000
AlGo = $34,600
Trade-in allowance from dealer = $40,381
So I got about $2,800 more than KBB trade-in value for it which makes the deal very good in my opinion.