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Old 02-22-2006, 03:45 PM   #11
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There are currently 18 new unsold Bonneville GXPs in my region (N. Texas) in dealer inventory, according to GM. I'm surprised there are so many. I don't know what the going rate is, but I may check some of them out this weekend.


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Old 02-22-2006, 11:19 PM   #12
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Good luck... I may I suggest if there are no GXP'* you like, get an SLE... Like me we need another 05 SLE in the club.
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www.kbb.com look for wholesale price and go in there an tell the guy thats what you wanta pay for it...... start from there!!!!
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My mom got hers for under 28 with tax, tags, and 4 years registration. Her options are sunroof, HUD and heated seats. Good luck, its a great car.
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The final payout from GM to the dealer was $3750.00 on any Bonneville. So I would think that invoice minus $3750 would be a great deal.
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blocker44, how much were you able to pick yours up for. I am originally from homewood and I just checked that pontiac locator and all cars in that area are listed 38-39,000. is chicago area a more price inflated area than where the rest of you are?
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