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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 04-07-2007, 10:33 PM Thread Starter
 
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I just bought a yuko denali!!!! And I got a great deal!!!!

I went to Anthony pontiac gmc in gurnee, and they gave me a smokin deal!!!! Fully loaded for 50,400.00!!! thats cheaper than what village pontiac gmc in naperville was trying to sell me a regular loaded yukon... And that guy said he was givin it to me straight... They were so retarded... I walked out and went somewhere else.... Anyway, If you are looking for a yukon or denali, this really is the place to go!!!
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Nice truck! With every option imaginable, invoice is $52,808.

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yup... all that! 50,408.00
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very nice!

I drove one recently (my sister has one) and they are sweet!....and BIG. I'm not used to driving something that big (I drive a Ford Ranger), can't imagine having to navigate it around the city though (parking would be biatch!).

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Congrats

I hope you at least bought the 6.2L to burn gas in style.

I'm looking at new trucks myself, no SUV though, I have one already. I'm really thinking about that 5.7L Tundra I need to go check them out in person still. I really need to see the interiors up close. A friend of mine told me he thought the interiors are kind of cheap looking.

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awesome dude. very nice.

I can't see spending 50k on any car that wasn't a sports car or maybe a hard top convertible luxary car. but that's just my style. Still a bad ass car.

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Congrats on the new ride, but dang - $50k for a GMC suv? I don't think I could ever bring myself to do that. All I need to do is wait a year and pick up the same one used for like $30k.

That thing will cost you like $100 to fill up at the pump this summer -
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I can buy two Mini Coopers for that, or 62.5 crappy Grasshopper vans. See you at the gas pumps.
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you clowns go out and spend $1000+ on a new exhaust which is totally unnecessary and them complain that someone buys an SUV

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$1k is a lot different than 50k plus I bet people average more like $500 on exhaust. ....Oh and I'm still running stock for that same reason

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Congrats on the new ride, but dang - $50k for a GMC suv? I don't think I could ever bring myself to do that. All I need to do is wait a year and pick up the same one used for like $30k.

That thing will cost you like $100 to fill up at the pump this summer -
When I was young, I said to my stepdad, " I want a Porche someday." And he said, "You will never be able to afford a Porche, let alone the maintanance." And I thought to myself, that someday i would be able to do all I wanted to do, and buy whatever I wanted and so on... My stepdad, was not a very good person, to tell a kid with dreams, not to bother dreaming...

I guess my point is, If I couldnt afford the gas... Why would I buy the truck? And this is a lease, So I get a deduction for my mortgage company, The gas is deductable, oil, everything...
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awesome dude. very nice.

I can't see spending 50k on any car that wasn't a sports car or maybe a hard top convertible luxary car. but that's just my style. Still a bad ass car.
yeah, I already have a cadillac cts-v... So i am set as far as sports cars go...
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I can buy two Mini Coopers for that, or 62.5 crappy Grasshopper vans. See you at the gas pumps.
Um, So whats your point? Hatin?
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Congrats on the new ride, but dang - $50k for a GMC suv? I don't think I could ever bring myself to do that. All I need to do is wait a year and pick up the same one used for like $30k.

That thing will cost you like $100 to fill up at the pump this summer -
This is not gonna be 30k in a year... This wont even be in the 30s in a year...
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congrats though.
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you clowns go out and spend $1000+ on a new exhaust which is totally unnecessary and them complain that someone buys an SUV

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No kidding... If these guys were green as they talk, they would all be driving a preus, and not wrecklessly waisting gas on a recreational motorcycle... They are all just hatin... Thats cool though... I wasnt braggin about the car, I was just sayin its a good deal for anyone who was looking...
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When I was young, I said to my stepdad, " I want a Porche someday." And he said, "You will never be able to afford a Porche, let alone the maintanance." And I thought to myself, that someday i would be able to do all I wanted to do, and buy whatever I wanted and so on
I wanted the same thing when I was a kid, and I never thought I could afford one. I also never thought I'd be able to afford to climb mountains or have motorcycles or do any of the things I get to do.

That's cool you got something you wanted and aren't putting yourself in a financial bind to have it.

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