Found a dealer in St. Louis area willing to honor GM supplier pricing. They place orders on Thursdays and usually get 1 Denali/Reserve a month. The sales manager I spoke with said I would be 3rd in line.
lower on the totem pole but also less likely to have a backlog of MSRP orders waiting.
honestly probably just whatever you stumble on - some buyers on here probably will contact 20 dealers and they all be at MSRP while some guy's local dealer he's been buying vehicles for years from is willing to do a supplier order. or maybe you contact "that one" dealer within several hundred miles that just so happens to not have a list and needs to move an order.
I do not believe that using GMS/supplier codes will effect your position with allocation when placing an order at a dealer ...
Pretty much all dealers in MI will honor either codes, as there is such a heavy base of workers along with hq being in detroit. Being that close to top level corporate folk, dealers don't want to make HQ unhappy.
Put a deposit on a Denali at a dealer here in central NC at supplier pricing. Was #4 in line and similar to what was shared above, they are getting 1 Denali allocation per month, which put me around July for my turn...which could be on the edge of moving to a 2024 model year.
You live in Michigan where there seem to be a lot of dealers who will do employee or supplier discounts. Proximity to corporate headquarters? They are still asking $5K over list here in Wisconsin......
I have received a few MSRP quotes on diesel 2023 Suburban and Tahoes, but curious if anyone has locked in an order below MSRP on these? About to place and order and want to check and see what folks have been getting. Thanks