I live in the female "friendly" state of Utah - moved here from Detroit area. I plan on purchasing a 2008 Denali. My question is: How do I use the information from the kelly bluebook and my gm points to get the best deal and a bottom line number to satisfy everyone?
Visit a local dealer and start discussing your options. The GM card points can be used as part of your down payment. If you know what you want and what you can live without and the vehicle is in stock at the dealership that you visit, you will get a good deal. If the car is not available at the dealership and they have to have it transported in, the deal will not be as good.
If there are 2007 leftovers available, check them out for a really great deal. Good Luck!
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〉 Answered on Sep 14th, 2007 by Jenny Trostel, Partner at Anderson of Hunt Valley
Your best bet is to contact the GM Card customer support department to discuss how to use your points and what you can apply toward the purchase and understand all the guidelines.
If you are looking at Kelly Blue Book for pricing information to get the best possible price on your 2008 Denali, (not sure if it is the pick up or SUV you are looking to purchase), they supply invoice price and MSRP. Of course feature options must match exactly with the KBB vehicle displayed with the vehicle at the dealership.
You will need to ask the GM Card people if you are free to negotiate the best deal with your points.