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Chevrolet Volt, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Sedan
#244 of 316 Re: 2013 Chevy Volt lease deal [toddeb]
Dec 07, 2012 (5:44 pm)
My car got all the upgrade except navigation (dont need bc of 3 years Onstar), Bose , leather heated seats, safety sensors, etc... i didn't get the special premium bc i didn't want to pay more. They discounted the car down to around $40.,000 and then discounted the $2500. Not sure how they did it. My total drive off was $1199. It was my first time leasing. It's $30 more if you want 15k mi. But i never drove more than 12k a year.
George chevrolet is right off Bellflower on the 91 fwy . Ask for Alejandro.
#245 of 316 Re: 2013 Chevy Volt lease deal [bromion]
Dec 07, 2012 (5:55 pm)
I didn't care about the residual bc i don't plan on keeping my car after the lease term. This is the first time i lease a car. With the new technology and great lease price, my payment is the same as what i normally paid for gas. Unless i get a good lease deal later, i don't see myself leasing my next car.
#246 of 316 Re: 2013 Chevy Volt lease deal [mochacina]
Dec 07, 2012 (5:58 pm)
Yes, I feel the same way. I prefer a high residual. Unfortunately, they lowered the residuals in mid October (RIGHT when I went to lease one!) and made a monthly lease rate more expensive.
#247 of 316 Re: 2013 Chevy Volt lease deal [mochacina]
Dec 07, 2012 (7:11 pm)
Oh, I didn't realize it was 12k. I was looking at 15k. I also contacted George Chevrolet but they were only offering to go down to $42k before the $2420 reduction, not $40k. Maybe I can get them down to that price, too. Thanks!
#248 of 316 Re: 2013 Chevy Volt lease deal [bromion]
Dec 07, 2012 (8:53 pm)
Maybe it was a good thing i didn't know anything about leasing. I don't know how they do their calculation. I BS on what another dealership was quoting me and got them to beat it or match it....and they did. If you're serious about leasing the volt, i can ask the salesman that i got the car from to see if they can give you the same lease. It worked for my friends.
Dec 07, 2012 (11:44 pm)
i got my volt today with nav & leather mrsp 44150,
drive off - $1750
miles - 12k
term - 36 months
payment - $400 including tax CA
is this a good deal?
#250 of 316 Re: Chevy lease [neerajsood]
Dec 08, 2012 (1:12 am)
Congratulations. As long as you are happy with it then it's a good deal. It's a great car. For the price of the car, i wish they make it more luxurious. I guess something gotta give . I have my car for 3 months and still has 6 gallons of gas left. I hope i remember how to fill gas later...lol.
Btw, don't forget to enroll with Onstar and download the app on your phone for the remote start. I love the turn-by-turn navigation. I didn't know this but it takes about 16 hrs to charge on empty 8amp. You can over ride it to 12amp by pushing the leaf button. It will give you a quicker charge...about 10hrs on empty. Enjoy your Volt.
#251 of 316 Re: Chevy lease [mochacina]
Dec 08, 2012 (9:27 am)
The I phone app is awesome.
I have had my volt 3 months, gone 1200 miles. Three gallons of gas used, way cool.
#252 of 316 Re: Chevy lease [neerajsood]
Dec 11, 2012 (10:39 pm)
I am looking for a new Volt as well. Can you tell me where you got this deal from?
#253 of 316 Re: Should I take this lease offer? [joebruin77]
Dec 14, 2012 (10:43 am)
I leased a 2012 in Riverhead, Long Island, NY. My Volt is fully loaded, including the Diamond White paint. I negotiated a payment of $418 per month for 36 months and 36,000 miles (20 cents per mile over that limit). As your posting is almost a month old, I'll assume that you made your deal. I hope that you like your 2012 as much as I love mine. I've driven over 9500 miles to date, half electric, half gas. I get an average of 20.7 kWh/100 miles and 41.2 mpg in CS mode. My total energy cost is averaging 6 cents per mile (and that's using premium gas at around $4.20 per gallon). Usable life of the ICE oil is at 79%, many more mile yet to go before needing an oil change. The 2010 Prius I traded in would have averaged 8 cents per mile (50 mpg and $3.85 per gallon), or more when factoring in oil changes. The electric rate I pay, with taxes and surcharges factored in, is 20 Cents per kWh. Good luck with your 2012 - you're in for a treat! And just for the record, I am completely bewildered with the Edmunds comment about touchy brakes, My brakes act just like my Prius brakes acted. They are NOT touchy, IMO. They are excellent.