I looked on the Chevrolet website to order one on Wednesday and they were showing this car on the dealers lot in Tomball Tx. I called them and they didn't have it in yet but had another I could look at so Thursdays after work I went to take a look at it( sweet car in the dark green with dark suade chocolate interior) we started negotiating on the crystal red car at this point(traded in a 13 Audi S5) the price of the car was set at 5k over sticker(no budging on that) I goal was getting more for my trade to make up the 5k difference. We couldn't come to an agreement and I left that night, Friday morning this car shows up and they start sending me pics..... I was in trouble now I no longer wanted the car I NEEDED THIS beautiful Goddess! The negotiations continued until lunch time(at this point we were only $500 apart and neither was budging! At 2pm I caved and dropped a deposit on it and counted the seconds until I could split from work and finish the deal! After that all was going good until we hit the finance department they wanted 6.9 interest but with good credit and a decent down payment I thought that was nuts so we started negotiating that and by 10pm we settled on 4.1(also spent about 45 min with the accessory department telling them over and over I didn't want any extras they had to get a manager to sign off on it claiming I refused to add anything?)..... Lol
jlatigo be careful when you get your first monthly bill. I have a friend that just bought a truck from them at 3%. After the deal was finalized and he left they wrote up an new document behind his back at 4% and forged his signature so double check your statement when it comes in. Hope this helps.
Though I've been a member here for 3 years --
I've just replaced my C5 50th Anniversary edition with a C7
2014 2LT Crystal Red / Kalahari, auto trans, dual mode exhaust, etc.
Driving back up the Fl turnpike and I-75, the difference between the C5 and C7 is really obvious. Aside from