In my experience any holiday promotions are dealer incentives, not from GM. They will only be on "in stock" vehicles. They are usually gimmicks and can be in lieu of Manufacturers incentives. For example, my local dealer ran a "Tax free" sale the Friday before Tax day. It was in Lieu af all other discounts and actually made the vehicle more expensive if you broke it down.Keith said:Seems like a Memorial day promotion is a given. Cannot imagine a Memorial day weekend without being inundated with car sale ads. Hopefully the Acadia will be included in the mix.
How do you find out about the "conquest" incentive? I do not see anything on the GMC site?pete7919 said:
It is $1000 rebate from GM if you own a non-GM vehicle. You do not have to trade that vehicle, but it must be titled in the same name as the one you are buying. It shows up on edmunds.comGerryL said:How do you find out about the "conquest" incentive? I do not see anything on the GMC site?pete7919 said:
In my opinion, doubtful. GM cut the promo rates for the Outlook, but also cut out the conquest rebate as well. With low inventories, stories of dealers starting to ask for MSRP or closer to it, and speculation of price increase for the new model, I think GM is well positioned right where it is. The only chance for a decent promotion will be after the new model year is out, but by then the selection will be slim.sharonk said:What about a May financing incentive?
It's Military Appreciation Month, and to thank you, in addition to our ongoing offer,1 we've made it even easier to get you into a new GM vehicle.
$1,000 Private Offer Now through May 31, 2007
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Yes they can be combined.Snoukems said:Can the Military Private Offer be combined with the Conquest? The post says "This offer may be combined with most current incentives" but what does the "most" encompass? We ordered ours mid-March and it looks like it is suppose to enter the "build me" phase on or around May 15th. I think this means we will be able to pick the car up by the end of the month. It would be totally Kick butt if we could get another 2 grand off the price of the Acadia!!!
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It's just a new extra bonus that started May 1st that you get regardless, and can be put on top of the financing choice if you pick that as well. Just an extra little bump for the end of the model year, even if supply is already limited.nikodyn said:What is the $500 bonus cash from? That is what I was supposed to get when I ordered back in Feb but it expired so all I see now is the $1000 Conquest. I would love to get some extra bonus'. :thumb:
Yes, it's still in effect, or at least should be, GM just doesn't have it listed. Should get that and the new bonus.Cravenfan said:I do see it listed now on the GMC Acadia official page, so the dealer should "give it to me", but the Conquest Cash is not listed, but I believe is still in effect correct? (Mine shows up sometime in the next few weeks!) :thumb: