What help do you need?? Do you not have a GMS # ?? or are you having trouble getting the correct info?
Actually the advertising charge the dealer gets right from GM. It is listed under the heading of "Memo". She is playing with you! With the supplier pricing you are not responsible for advertising charges...PERIOD!!! This is just another way for her to make extra money. Tell her no!I have another question.
I am in the market for a GMC Yukon XL Denali.
I have a GM Supplier Discount. The Gm Supplier Discount website list a price of: Vehicle:2008 Yukon XL Denali Selected Style:AWD Denali 5SAExterior:Red Jewel Tintcoat Interior:Ebony Nuance Leather-appointed Total MSRP:*$60,255.00MSRP:$53,075.00Color & Options:$7,180.00Total MSRP:*$60,255.00Suplier Price:***$55,345.73
My Dealer is showing me a selling price of $57483.65 and then taxing me.
She stated the Advertising Charge is pre-tax. Shouldn't it be $55,345.73 plus tax and then the Advertising charge? And then take off any current incentives?
Very good question Stan, and one I've wondered myselfI sell to suppliers all of the time. The line where it says Supplier is your price minus rebates. It is that simple. I never have half the trouble that people on this site seem to have. Why is that?
I'm not going to go into the old 'Option 1 order' and 'Option 2 stock' pricing, but they were both replaced when GM set the employee discounts as fixed selling prices rather than rebate amounts to be subtracted from the selling price of the vehicle.How did they ever get GMS out of GM Employee Discount?!?