Discover How You Could Buy A New Car Or Truck Below The GMC Invoice Price

With the right tools, it’s not all that hard to negotiate a fair and reasonable price for a new car or truck; even below the GMC invoice price.

In this article we’re going to share information with you that will help you during negotiations. Then after you have requested your free, no obligation to buy GMC price quotes, from multiple Ashburn GMC dealers along with their dealer invoice price, you’ll have what you need to negotiate in confidence for a great price on a new GMC.

About GMC

GMC, a division of General Motors, Inc., builds vehicles ranging from trucks, SUVs, vans, crossovers and cars. They offer vehicles ideal for all lifestyles and are equipped with 2WD, 4WD and AWD.

GMC has long represented powerful, capable and comfortable automobiles equally at home in the suburbs or on the job-site. They also build a complete line of medium-duty commercial trucks, vans and chassis cab products, offered with gas and diesel powertrains.

General Motors Inc. has been a leader in the automotive industry for a long time and has weathered tough economic trials. They emerged even better equipped to build quality automobiles and trucks, remaining committed to their customers, communities and employees. Paraphrasing their mission statement:

GM’s exciting brands offer a broad range of vehicles in more than 120 countries around the world. Along with their strategic partners they build, sell and service their vehicles through the brands Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac.

Over the past 10 years the General Motors Foundation donated more than $350M to send children to college, help keep teenage drivers safe, educating parents about child safety and much more.

GM’s commitment to the environment goes beyond the present and the future, through working with students; sharing their knowledge of sustainability with those future leaders, engineers and problem-solvers to help build a better future for all.

Understanding The Difference Between The True Dealer Cost & The GMC Invoice Price

The GMC invoice price can be challenging for new car buyers to decipher and we’re going to help by explaining the dealer invoice price in relation to the dealer’s true cost for a new automobile.

  1. The GMC dealer’s invoice includes the price of the automobile, along with options installed at the factory and destination/transportation fees. Since the GMC dealer has to pay to have the vehicle transported to their dealership this fee is non-negotiable and is passed on to a buyer.

  2. However, the GMC dealer’s invoice price also includes a dealer holdback. Essentially the invoice price was inflated by 2-3% of either the GMC invoice price or the MSRP. This means that the true dealer cost is much lower for a new vehicle.

  3. While they honestly can say the dealer GMC invoice price is what they paid to GM for that new truck or car you want to buy, the GMC dealer will get the holdback returned. While they have no obligation to pass on any of this profit to you via a discounted price, knowing about this built-in profit will assist you in negotiations.

  4. Keep in mind that one of the many reasons you want to receive multiple competing price quotes is because not all GMC dealers are the same; just because one dealership won’t share any of their holdback with you doesn’t mean another won’t. Use competition to work in your favor.

How You Could Buy Below The GMC Invoice Price

Let’s look closer at the GMC invoice price. Once again, while the GMC invoice price is technically, from an accounting perspective, the amount the GMC dealer paid to GMC for a new vehicle the true dealer cost can be hundreds – even thousands of dollars lower than the GMC invoice price.

Now that you have the tools you need to substantially increase your chances for negotiating a below GMC invoice price on a new car or truck, request your free, no obligation to buy GMC price quote. Evaluate the competing price quotes from Ashburn GMC dealers with your new-found knowledge and negotiate in confidence for a great deal on a new GMC.

Request a free true dealer cost price quote today!


Compare Competing New GMC Invoice Price Quotes from Local Dealerships
GMC Acadia
Acadia
Invoice Price:$28,855
MSRP:$29,000
GMC Canyon
Canyon
Invoice Price:$41,420
MSRP:$43,600
GMC Savana 2500
Savana 2500
Invoice Price:$29,104
MSRP:$31,295
GMC Savana 3500
Savana 3500
Invoice Price:$32,192
MSRP:$34,615
GMC Sierra 1500
Sierra 1500
Invoice Price:$27,695
MSRP:$29,000
GMC Sierra 1500 Limited
Sierra 1500 Limited
Invoice Price:$33,591
MSRP:$35,100
GMC Sierra 2500HD
Sierra 2500HD
Invoice Price:$32,900
MSRP:$35,000
GMC Sierra 3500HD
Sierra 3500HD
Invoice Price:$33,934
MSRP:$36,100
GMC Terrain
Terrain
Invoice Price:$24,870
MSRP:$24,995
GMC Yukon
Yukon
Invoice Price:$46,154
MSRP:$49,100
GMC Yukon XL
Yukon XL
Invoice Price:$48,692
MSRP:$51,800

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