They are all Exactly the same in the end, bottom line!Is the credit union discount the same as a supplier discount? Is the discount different for different credit unions, vehicle models (Z51, non-Z51), etc?
Rick,I used my local Navy Federal Credit Union, it worked out great at 1.99%
At the start of the 2014 cycle there were no discounts offered of any standard type to my knowledge, no employee, AARP, USAA, credit union, etc. So it was not an option then as it is now. It is certainly a marvelous opportunity at this time.I guess I'm wondering why wouldn't everyone apply for credit union pricing?
Forget about knowing about CU and other programs his comment alone is laughable. Prices still run the gamut between $5k over to $5k under MSRP even without the programs and they always will because GM has no control over what dealers charge, never have, never will.So I signed up for Pen Fed and received a GM credit union discount authorization umber and emailed it to my dealer. Fingers crossed... hopefully they'll honor the discount. When I initially ordered the car the head of new car sales assured me that all C7s across the country are being sold at MSRP to ensure that everyone gets a fair price. (Kind of like how Tesla Motors sells their cars).
I'm actually pretty pissed off that he blatantly lied to me - he has to know about these credit union discounts, right? I know, I know... I shouldn't be surprised that a car salesman lied...