Costco Members Get $750 Discount On Chevy Equinox, Trailblazer And Traverse10
Costco Canada members can receive a $750 bonus on the purchase or lease of select Chevy Equinox, Trailblazer and Traverse crossover models through the retail giant’s fall GM promotion.
This limited-time savings event, which runs from September 1st through to November 30th, includes a $750 allowance toward the purchase or lease of new 2022 and 2023 in-stock Chevy crossover models, including the Equinox, Trailblazer and Traverse. To receive the member-only bonus, Costco Canada members need to register at CostcoAuto.ca for a savings certificate and must have been a member before August 31st, 2022. The $750 certificate can be used at any Chevy dealer in Canada.
Jay Woodcock, Costco Auto Program general manager, said this ongoing retail promotion with GM Canada helps deliver an attractive discount to the automaker’s customer base at a time when incentive spending is at an all-time low in the industry.
“We know finding incentives on a new vehicle is more difficult than before,” he said in a statement. “This promotion with General Motors Canada provides an additional $750 value on vehicles Costco members seek most.”
One small catch with this promotion is it only applies in-stock vehicles, and certain models can be hard to come by on dealer lots, or may only be offered in limited trim levels or specifications at the moment. The Chevy Traverse, for example, was running on only five days inventory at the beginning of August as automakers continue to grapple with a shortage of semiconductor chips and various supply chain snags. Inventory levels for the Chevy Trailblazer have also been quite low, with the nameplate running at just three days supply in July. A 60-day supply is considered optimal in the U.S. auto industry.
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Now, try to find a vehicle. The best combinations are sold before they arrive at the dealership.
In this Canadian market there have been no trailblazers for months
The only equinoxes available were fleet orders waiting to go out
Why put offers out like this when there is no inventory?
Obviously marketing and manufacturing don’t communicate.
This reminds me of the story about a woman buying bagels.
“How much are your bagels?”
“$6.99 a dozen.”
“$6.99!!! Across the street they’re $5.49!”
“So, buy across the street.”
“He ran out…”
“Listen, lady. When I run out, I, too, charge %5.49!”
Same deal here. Offer an incentive on something you don’t have.
Is costco a good way to buy a car?
My mother went through Costco for her 2008 Chrysler convertible. A lot of dealers were horsing around about price. Costco took her list of wants, found a car, called her with the deal. She found it acceptable, and her neighbor took her to get it. She signed the paperwork, handed them a check, and drove it home. Twenty minutes. No “pack”, no high-pressure stuff from F and I, no reindeer games.
GM Authority should have included the word Canadian” in the headline and save the USA folks the time to read the article, since it apparently doesn’t apply to us
Ha, now you know how we feel reading most stuff on the web…only to realize only for the good old USA…frustating is it not…
The Costco rebates are definitely real and stackable with GM rebates. I’ve purchased two XT6s here in Florida in the last year and both times I was able to get GM employee pricing, any incentives, and a $1500 Costco rebate applied, with no additional dealer markup or fluff added. Great experience and great deals both times!