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I'm thinking about buying a 2008 Aura, and doing so under the College Grad program and getting supplier pricing. Can you add current rebates to supplier pricing? The Aura I'm looking at is $26,373 on the supplier pricing... If I can take off the current $2500 offered, it'd be $23,873... and that's one sweet deal on an Aura XR V6. Is this possible?

And not just on the Aura, but other cars too... I'm looking at an Impala and LaCrosse as well.

Thanks in advance for any information anyone can offer...
 

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I'm thinking about buying a 2008 Aura, and doing so under the College Grad program and getting supplier pricing. Can you add current rebates to supplier pricing? The Aura I'm looking at is $26,373 on the supplier pricing... If I can take off the current $2500 offered, it'd be $23,873... and that's one sweet deal on an Aura XR V6. Is this possible?

And not just on the Aura, but other cars too... I'm looking at an Impala and LaCrosse as well.

Thanks in advance for any information anyone can offer...
The answer is yes to your question, you can added the rebates to the Supplier pricing. I do hope you pick the Aura.
 

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Why would anyone ever do supplier pricing then? The rebates (as far as I've seen) are almost always better at least by a few hundred dollars...
 

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My Grand Prix, while I really do like it, is the biggest piece of crap I have ever owned. I didn't think it was possible for this much stuff to break in the first year of ownership.

I should be pissed at GM and going elsewhere, but I don't like Japanese, Chrysler... well... don't have to say much about them, and Ford's design is just awful to me. So who else is left? I was very close to buying an Impala SS when I bought the GP and really wish I had.

Thanks for the information... I think I'm going to wait until my factory warranty is up and trade then. I was hoping to wait for the new Epsilon II based LaCrosse, but it doesn't look like I'll be able to wait that long. So for now I'm leaning Aura... that's a very beautiful car!
 

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^ I didn't read that post thoroughly enough when I replied to it... I'm glad you pointed that out.

I do know that both are the same. I'm just wondering if you can combine grad/supplier pricing and current rebates?
 

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Generally with Saturns, all the incentives are stackable with GMS and GM Supplier pricing EXCEPT CONQUEST REBATES. The easy thing to do is have your sales consultant do is run a vehicle incentive lookup on GM DEALERWORLD. :dro:
 

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^ I didn't read that post thoroughly enough when I replied to it... I'm glad you pointed that out.

I do know that both are the same. I'm just wondering if you can combine grad/supplier pricing and current rebates?
college grad program is ok with rebates, apr, alt apr,smartlease,smartbuy, bonus cash, dealer cash if available, coupons/private offers, customer appreciation certificate, goodwill cert, gm card, driver ed loaner. mobility, na with, gm employee, dealer employee, supplier, gm ambassador 2,gm retiree voucher, instant value cerificates, gm buisness choice. drivers ed purchase, special event units, fleet delivery. expires 9/3/08
 
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