Moolah : Learn to read before you jump to conclusions Boy, oh Boy, Thank God you are not on the Trayvon/ Zimmerman jury . The ads read " UP to $ 9000 off . Translated to English that means a $ 2000 or $ 3000 rebate depending on if you buy a 1500 or a 2500 or 3500 pickup . Then there is $ 2000 to $ 4000 discount . Next if you trade a truck there is another $ 1500. Also if you currently own a 99 or newer Chev y truck there is $ 1000 loyalty . Should your insurance be with USAA , you get another $ 750 and if you currently have a non GM lease at the same address you plan to tilte or register the new truck you get another $ 1000 . Therefore not everyone gets $ 9000 cashback. !
Here are facts for you, Electric/Webby/Clown/Mullah:
Pricing on the outgoing 2013 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra is strengthening, even as the 2014 models hit showrooms.
Avg. transaction price per unit Avg. Incentives per unit May 2013 $34,700 $4,300
May 2012 $33,200 $4,600
After all incentives Source: J.D. Power and Associates
Notice that the 2013 transaction price is HIGHER and the 2013 incentives are LOWER. Oh, and days supply is LOWER as well.
Now, you were mentioning backpedaling and sniveling - not necessary, just acknowledge your error like a man!