A: Definetly not! GM vehicles have increasingly better reliability than they use too. Plus, this is a "New" generation camaro and being the sport car that they are they will be holding there value! Not to mention the cool new Camaro Convertible is coming soon.
Q: Does co-signing on a car improve my credit rating?
I purchased a 2011 Chevrolet Camaro 2LT today. My credit score is 772, but since I don't have established credit (just one credit card that I haven't used in a year; I don't have any bills), my mom had to be the official signer of the car and I had to co-sign, even though it's my car. So my question is, does being the co-signer help improve my credit and give me the established credit that I need, or will it only improve my mother's credit who actually won't be making any payments on the car?
Thanks in advance for your help!
A: Agree with bdancer. A cosigner is basically the same as being the official signer. They make no distinction when reporting to the credit bureaus, and they make no distinction if you mess up and they need to come after you (or your mom) in court. So yes, it will help you build your credit.
PS - start using your credit card. Just buy a tank of gas every month and pay it off as soon as you get the bill. Otherwise they may close it due to inactivity, and your credit score may suffer.
Q: How much lower can you get a car dealer on a $25,000 vehicle?
I have my eye on a 2011, pre-owned Camaro at my local Chevrolet dealer. It's about $25,0000, I'm thinking about getting it, I'm just curious though, how much lower do you think I can get the dealer down to? I trying to get the best deal possible so I want to try and get him to go as low as possible. Are there any buyer tricks out there that anyone can help me out with? Also, I haven't found one yet, but if I was to not get the 2011 Camaro, what would be the cheapest 2010 Camaro I could get.If I got a 2010, I would be looking for something under $20,0000, or at least be able to get the dealer to sell it to me for under $20,000 (preferably about $15,0000-$18,000, if possible)
Thaks in advance
A: I am happy to hear about your interest in the Camaro. When it comes to pricing, it is ultimately up to the dealer's discretion. I would hope that you would continue to work with your local dealership in regards to your purchase. I can provide you with the MSRP Price for the new vehicles. Keep in mind that all prices provided represent the current Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price and do not include tax, title, license, dealer fees and optional or dealer installed equipment. The current MSRP for 2010 and 2011 Camaro LS is $22,680.00 with a destination charge of $850.00. I am also going to provide you a link to a site where you can search for used vehicles in your area by entering your zip code. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact me directly by email. Thank you.
Tricia, GM Customer Service.