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Original sale price when the Trailblazer was new?

Discussion in 'FAQ' started by sunliner, Apr 24, 2017.

  1. sunliner

    sunliner Well-Known Member

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    Just out of bored curiosity, I'm wondering about how much a Trailblazer LS went for back when they were on the 'new' lot. Mine is a 2006 LS (2wd, 6 cyl), I bought it back in 2011.
    I know my first Blazer LS was purchased new off the lot...sticker was $24k, between trade in and negotiating, we got it for right at $20K. Guessing the Trailblazers might have been around the same price point.
     
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  2. Tiggerr

    Tiggerr Gold Supporter

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    I think if you look on cars.com and research the model it'll tell you MSRP
     
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  3. gpking

    gpking Well-Known Member

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    The sticker price on mine (12/27/2002) was $31,187.
    ($32,202.35 out the door after rebate, tags, title, tax, and extended warranty).

    The buyer got the "Rust, Fabric, Undercoat & Paint" package from the dealer, which supposedly added a paint sealant, spill-resistant fabric coating, and additional undercoat (all Mopar products oddly).
    The only additional factory option was the sunroof.
     
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  4. Badbart

    Badbart Well-Known Member

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    Mine was right at $32,000 new. It's an LT with two tone Majestic Red/Gold trim, leather interior, Sun and Fun Package (sunroof and Bose CD/Cassette), two wheel drive, G80 with 3:42's, optional 17" alloy wheels, running boards, fog lights, turn signals in the mirror housings, cruise.....can't think of anything else. We bought it from a good friend of ours who ordered it. He drove it for about 18 months and put 16K miles on it and we got it from him for $18,000.00. I'd say a good deal.
     
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  5. therealsethallen

    therealsethallen Well-Known Member

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    The 9-7x I'm driving actually has it's original window sticker, the first owners (people before me) paid $39,900, had zero options or add-ons.

    What was a 2005 TB LT2 with all options?
     
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  6. Mike534x

    Mike534x Well-Known Member

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    Cleaned out my glove box, the original owner left the spec sheet/sticker price. Base price $38,955.00. It came out to $42,500.00 with the options they chose and then received some sort of discount bringing the price down somewhat. I'm curious what the "enhanced quiet package" is, looks like they got it fully loaded minus the rear DVD entertainment system. Among the sales sticker, it looks like they took it for a rust proofing treatment a year or so after purchasing it, the receipt mentions rhino liner and some other stuff.


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  7. Sir ffeJ

    Sir ffeJ Well-Known Member

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    FYI
    Enhanced Quiet Package:

    • Enhanced Quiet Package, includes acoustic laminate in windows and strategically-placed elements of sound insulation
     
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  8. sunliner

    sunliner Well-Known Member

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    wow...so they were in the $30k range...I had no idea. thanks for sharing
     
  9. tbuckalew14

    tbuckalew14 Gold Supporter

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    I think mine was ~38K. First new car I ever bought. 13 years later, I still have it. In 3 more years, I might give it to my nephew when he gets his license.
     
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  10. Mike534x

    Mike534x Well-Known Member

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    Thanks! I had no idea this was even an option at the time, wonder if there is any real noticeable difference if you have it or not.
     
  11. Wooluf1952

    Wooluf1952 Well-Known Member

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    Not an option. It was included standard equipment.
     
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  12. Bow_Tied

    Bow_Tied Well-Known Member

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    That's interesting, thanks for posting. The same vehicle here would be well over $50k back then.
     
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  13. Mike534x

    Mike534x Well-Known Member

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    Oh! I had no idea that was standard, interesting it sounded like something GM would have loved to have made into a premium add on option.

    Yeah that is interesting, I wonder why its more expensive by you. Just state and sales tax being high in your area?
     
  14. Bow_Tied

    Bow_Tied Well-Known Member

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    I'm in Canada. Depending on the year, the exchange rate could be at par or it could cost me 30c on the dollar, like it is right now. That and 13% sales tax, A/C tax, freight, delivery, higher business taxes and utilities costs.... sigh.
     
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    Mooseman Moderator

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    A/C tax. Yeah, we still pay that $100 excise tax on A/C, which was added in the 70's when A/C systems sucked so much power that it used 3MPG's, LOL! Yet, we're still paying it today. Not too many vehicles these days that don't have A/C so no incentive to not take it.

    "Yes, I don't want A/C. I want to save $100 on my $60 000 truck"
     
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