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Old 03-27-2005, 03:05 AM   #1
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Man,!! I just paid $33,000 for my 2005 GXP and I just saw a 2004 online for $24,000 guess thats sucks for me.
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Wow....I wish I could afford one of those though....24k or 30k
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33?! Thats seems cheap to me. A dealership in town was trying to pawn off a 04GXP for 44k!
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33?! Thats seems cheap to me. A dealership in town was trying to pawn off a 04GXP for 44k!
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Bonne'* just have really poor resale value. Typical of domestic sedans....
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And this dealer was not cutting me any deals other than factory rebates which brought the price to $33,000 even though they had 3 in stock. The dealer told me they are ending production od the bonneville in June so no good deals on the final year cars. I think that was just pure BS because final year long run cars would have a special final edition I would think?
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paid 35K for my GXP.. listed for 37.5 so I figure it went alright... 24k for an 04?? hmm.. I'd be shaky on that car
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bought my 2004 for $30500,new, but then I had substancial discounts and GM card rebate.
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Well I was not too happy with the $33,000 so the dealer threw in a GM majorguard 100,000 mile warrantee.
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Well I was not too happy with the $33,000 so the dealer threw in a GM majorguard 100,000 mile warrantee.

Yeah considered they are worth jack now with the Bonneville getting the axe. I can see where resale will be in the crapper for the future on these, especially if gas prices and Hemi powered 300'* keep coming at us.
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