I guess you won't know until you try.I've used it in the past when purchasing a Toyota and saved a few $$, so I was wondering if it's still worth using today.
I'm going to a dealer tonight after work. I'm confused on how is the program suppose to work.I live in MA and did use Costco to get a quote in the beginning. Then I found out that the Costco auto program offers a good price, only if you don't like to negotiate with dealers. When I use Costco, a local dealer contacted me asking what models/color of car I am looking for. In my case, they sent me a model with MSRP 29714 (has mudguards and floor mats etc) and sale price 27373. I thought it was a very decent deal and almost bought the car until I read threads on this forum. After doing more home works, I decided not to go with Costco and directly negotiate with dealers using the price I got from Costco auto program.