If the increase is something that's right on the vehicle invoice, definitely yes--the increase is effective across the board then, passed directly from GM with the vehicle and someone has to pay it. So if anyone has run into a deal where they were really price protected, the dealer "ate it", etc. it came from their checkbook, so to speak.fln8tive said:After waiting 8 weeks, we just went to pick our 08 Silver/Black SLT2 and in the trade negotiations the dealer said that they were honoring price at time of the order....OK, but does the dealer actually PAY the difference?
We ended up leaving the vehicle at the dealership until they figure out how to replace the front bumper that they drilled.
Florida is a "one plate state" so why drill a new custom-ordered car?