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NEW 2018 Chevrolet Malibu LS Sedan auto w/ cruise for $14,995 after rebates... 30 at this price... So. Cal. location... $14995

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Just spotted this excellent deal on Los Angeles Times newspaper auto ads today. New 2018 Chevrolet Malibu LS Sedan 6-speed auto w/ cruise for $14,995 after rebates, only at Mark Christopher GM Auto Center in Ontario, CA. Out of state buyers welcome.

https://www.markchristopher.com/weekly-ad

30 at this price... Take your time to pick your favorite color:

https://www.markchristopher.com/n...=&type=new

A new Chevrolet Malibu LS does everything a new Toyota Camry LE can, except you save almost $7,000. Applause While ad deals are valid for weekends only, technically, they last until April 1, 2018 (while supplies last), assuming no change to rebates or dealer changes mind on discount.


UPDATE: As low as $12,999 in Miami, FL, 1 at this price --- http://www.bomninchevrolet.com/Ve...rice%7Casc

*Documentation and electronic fees vary by each state.*

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Created 03-03-2018 at 01:30 PM by waltchan
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"A new Chevrolet Malibu LS does everything a new Toyota Camry does, except you save over $7,000"

Except no Chevy has the resale or reliability record as Toyota......
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"A new Chevrolet Malibu LS does everything a new Toyota Camry does, except you save over $7,000"

Except no Chevy has the resale or reliability record as Toyota......
For only $14,995, this Chevrolet Malibu has a BETTER resale value than Toyota Camry, actually, and you're less being upside down. Too many discounts already factored in, almost enough to cover dealer trade-in value of about $13,000.
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Wish I could replicate this deal in Las Vegas
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Wish I could replicate this deal in Las Vegas
Ad price runs at $17,999 average in Vegas.
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$2,000 conquest own/lease competitive rebate applies to non-GM customers. Everyone qualifies, as long as your current vehicle is not a GM.
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0% chance. None of these three automakers allow dealers to sell new vehicles below invoice-price. You're looking at $21,999 minimum after $24,999 MSRP. EEK!
Lol, you need to learn how to shop for cars. I've bought 3 Subarus below invoice and I was able to go under scions "no haggle" pricing
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0% chance. None of these three automakers allow dealers to sell new vehicles below invoice-price. You're looking at $21,999 minimum after $24,999 MSRP. EEK!
I bought two new Honda in the last 3 years below invoice price
2016 crv ex
2015 Accord lx
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Lol, you need to learn how to shop for cars. I've bought 3 Subarus below invoice and I was able to go under scions "no haggle" pricing
http://www.autonews.com/article/2...ow-invoice
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wow wish I could get this on the east coast!
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This car is junk according to almost every car magazine. It has a turbocharged, 4cyl, 1.5L engine that requires 91 OCTANE. Reliabilty ratings are well below average also.
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wow wish I could get this on the east coast!
California is one of hardest states in USA to sell American cars. They usually buy foreign makes. Leasing is very popular in California on Audi, BMW, MB, and Lexus.
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