Current pricing, 2022 & 23

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tom3

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This from another forum, maybe a good start for anyone in the market.


For reference, here are the 2022 and 2023 Chevy Tahoe trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including the $1,895 destination freight charge:


2022 Tahoe
  • LS – $53,795
  • LT – $59,295
  • RST – $62,795
  • Z71 – $64,795
  • Premier – $67,595
  • High Country – $72,895

2023 Tahoe
  • LS – $56,095
  • LT – $61,595
  • RST – $64,195
  • Z71 – $66,195
  • Premier – $69,495
  • High Country – $74,795
 
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Don't think they quite understand the idea of a "Sale."
 

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Just avoid the scam dealers like this one. Dealers like this one (Brickell Buick gmc - Miami) should be named and shamed to never receive business again.
Plenty of dealers will be happy to let you order one at MSRP, although in the past month or 2 I've noticed that the local GMC dealer has largely removed even their modest markups on vehicles in inventory.
 

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Most dealers around us that have stock (and that is very few…) don’t post ANY prices. It just says “please call for current price “
That means …. OVER MSRP…!
 

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I find at least in my area, stock is much better for Tahoe’s, including the HC. I even see some dealer discounts coming back. Part of why I question whether some GMC dealers are embellishing the whole supply issue.
 

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Here in Gallup, NM the GMC dealer will absolutely sell you an ordered Yukon or Sierra at MSRP and even the current stock doesn't have more than a couple of hundred dollars as a markup.

If I get on Auto Trader I can generally find just about any model from any manufacturer in a few hundred mile radius being advertised at MSRP.
 

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I decided to build a 2023 similar to my 2021 Z-71 and the price is 10.5% higher. It was an interesting little exercise I thought I’d share.
 

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The MSRP prices are unreal. The auto industry is going to be hurting soon. I am so sick of dealers I refuse to buy anything new (except a Tesla or Rivian you can order online).
 

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The MSRP prices are unreal. The auto industry is going to be hurting soon. I am so sick of dealers I refuse to buy anything new (except a Tesla or Rivian you can order online).
They have price increases all the same. At least you can get your GM product serviced. Good luck scheduling a tesla for service. I had 2 from New and they are junk.
 

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