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I've always seen markups on new models or limited production models...would never pay it but for those w/deep pockets who want the lowest production numbers and be the first to own own, its not that uncommon. Its just funny 4 months down the line, someone will have the same car for 25k less than what the markup person paid new. I won't cry for dealers though...they make a lot of their money on trade ins and resale of these vehicles and servicing them..plus new car sales They make a profit from many difference venues and most dealer owners own more than 1 dealership or sell more than 1 brand. In the end, its the buyer who has the choice.
At 112 Chevy today getting my waterpump replaced on my 2007 Vette, at 11,500 miles ( WTF !). Not only was it leaking but it failed, leaking out of weap hole.
Anyway they have a ZL1 Camaro in the showroom for $ 10,000 over sticker. Are you serious ? Does anybody really pay over sticker for cars nowadays ? This is why I and many people hate dealers, they are shady, I hope the ZL1 sits in the showroom for 12 months at that price. Rant is over, bad day.
can you post a pic of the back of your head so we can all see the gun the dealer is holding to your head forcing you to buy that Camaro at $10K over list?????????????????????