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Chevrolet Volt, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Sedan
#234 of 332 Re: Cost reductions? [bromion]
by Car_man HOST
Nov 19, 2012 (6:22 pm)
Hey bromion. Negotiate the lowest possible pre-incentive selling price that you can for the Volt and then have the dealer subtract the $2,420 from that. The incentive is completely funded by General Motors, not dealers.
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#235 of 332 Re: Cost reductions? [Car_man]
Nov 19, 2012 (7:22 pm)
Gotcha. I did notice this $2420 in the lease write-ups I looked at recently. Alas, still not enough to bring down lease prices to where they were a month or two ago.
Nov 22, 2012 (1:15 pm)
Got deal in northern cal
Loaded 44k msrp 1095 oop
420 per month incl tax 12k per year 36 mo
Decent not best but had the car I wanted
#237 of 332 Re: Deal [travispete]
Dec 05, 2012 (1:03 am)
Would you mind sharing the dealership name.
Thanks in advance.
Dec 05, 2012 (8:30 am)
Not trying to take anything away.
Here in SO CA (Costa Mesa, CA)
I had a great leasing experience with Connell Chevrolet.
I dealt with Eddie and his son Joey.
Eddie has been there for years 20+.
His son maybe 6 years.
Anyway, we have bought from them several times, always a good experience.
Again, not trying to take away, just posting my opinion.
#239 of 332 2013 Chevy Volt lease deal
Dec 05, 2012 (11:33 pm)
Check out George Chevrolet in Bellflower. Ask for Alejandro.
I got my 2013 Chevy Volt leased in September.
$44k msrp without navigation. Don't need navigation when you get 3 years Onstar with turn-by-turn navigation download to your vehicle.
$1200 drive off including 1st month.
$325/month for 35 months....12,000 miles per year. ($325 is the total monthly payment with tax and everything.)
I got $1500 rebate for the clean air incentive program.
I used to pay more than $300 for gas every month. Now, i pay around $40-$50 a month to charge my car. So far, i only used up 3 gallons of gas from the same tank when i leased the car. Don't see myself filling up any time soon.
#240 of 332 Re: 2013 Chevy Volt lease deal [mochacina]
Dec 06, 2012 (2:36 pm)
Can you tell us the residual on your lease? I have a feeling September was before they dropped the residuals and good luck getting that deal now.
#241 of 332 Re: 2013 Chevy Volt lease deal [bromion]
Dec 07, 2012 (8:02 am)
The residual is $28,248. I had told a few of my friends and they got exactly the same deal, but that was in October. Doesn't hurt to try.
I had a good experience. Negotiated the price over the phone the day before, went in the next day to test drive, pick the color i wanted then completed the paperwork....all in about an hour.
#242 of 332 Re: 2013 Chevy Volt lease deal [mochacina]
Dec 07, 2012 (4:13 pm)
Thanks. Indeed, residuals are lower. For the same car, I'm getting residuals of about $26300 instead of $28300. Makes quite a difference.
#243 of 332 Re: 2013 Chevy Volt lease deal [mochacina]
Dec 07, 2012 (5:07 pm)
Wow, this sounds like a great deal but I cannot figure out how you got such a low price from the info you supplied. I assume they heavily discounted off the MSRP and perhaps you got very low interest. Even so, using a lease calculator I cannot get the payments below $400/500 per month. Can you provide nay additional details? i would love ot find a deal similar to this in the LA area.