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Old 02-21-2006, 01:05 PM   #1
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Hi all! I just joined the board. I'm looking at a new unsold 2005 GXP, crimson/taupe...fully loaded like they all seem to be. My question is, how much should I pay for it? I'm thinking not anywhere near the dealer'* invoice since this car is basically a year and a half old already.

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You should be able to get it for $24-26k. That'* what they're going for out West now.
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I was thinking closer to 27-28K anything over 30 way to much!
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2005 models should be long gone from any "new" car lot. You should be able to talk them down considerably from 30k.
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John you have a point there. But I know there on lots still!
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If you want to know how many GXPs are near you, go to this website and enter 2005, Bonneville, GXP, and your zip code.
http://www.pontiac.com/vehiclelocato...and=divisional
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Zeevert I thought that part of the site for Pontiac was down... Well obviously not thanks man!
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man i wish i had 29,000 to buy one of those right now.
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There'* not as many available, as there was a month ago. But, there'* still a pretty good selection and choice of color.
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Tax2< I paid 29 with extended warranty, plates, and all. As Will mentioned the price out west , it must depend on with who'* got an exess. Probably worth your while to Drive a little-Save alot
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