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Chevrolet Volt, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Sedan
#339 of 482 New England 2013 Volt pricing for lease assumption?
Jun 22, 2013 (5:08 am)
I leased a 2013 Volt (fully loaded--$44,010 MSRP) in early September 2013 for 36 months. I paid all of the lease payments upfront. The Volt is white and in mint condition with only 4300 miles into the 30,000 miles allowed under the lease. It is accident free, has no scratches, dings, and fully under warranty.
I live in the Boston, Massachusetts area. I am trying to find someone to assume the lease in a one-time payment, and am willing to discount off of the current dealer monthly lease rates (that seem to be in the $330 - $350 per month range).
Two questions: (1) what is the best way to advertise this lease transfer deal (other than on Craigslist) (2) what is an appropriate discount?
#340 of 482 Re: 2013 VOLT Lease MASS/NH area [agentdeb]
Jun 22, 2013 (6:50 am)
Have you checked out Craigslist in the Boston area? There seem to be some attractive lease deals listed there. Also see most recent post.
#341 of 482 Leasetrader or swapalease
Jun 22, 2013 (10:34 am)
You should try swapalease and leasetrader.
#342 of 482 Re: Is this a good deal? [mcmayber]
Jun 23, 2013 (9:27 am)
mcmayber, what options are in your car, and are all of your fees rolled into your payment? The only thing you had to come up with was the first months payment?
#343 of 482 Charger for Leased Volt
Jun 28, 2013 (10:03 am)
I am interested in leasing a Volt, but am wondering how to charge it. I know if you purchase it you can get the charger installed in your garage, but are you able to lease the charger as well?
#344 of 482 Re: Charger for Leased Volt [vin427z28]
Jun 28, 2013 (10:17 am)
I just charge it in my garage in the regular 3 prong outlet. Full charge takes 10 hours and I don't have to charge it everyday. Didn't think the faster charging station was worth the money. Hope this helps!
#345 of 482 Seattle Washington and Lease deals
Jun 28, 2013 (10:32 am)
Hi I'm looking to lease a 2013 Volt. Has anyone from the Seattle area bought one? How will the dealership reduce the price using the $7500.00 tax credit? and the $4,000.00 from GM. Any suggetions would be great! I'm going to Burien Chevy tomorrow morning.
#346 of 482 Is this a good Quote price and terms?
Jun 28, 2013 (2:26 pm)
Hi I just got this quote from a drealer. What are your thoughts on the pricing?
This is for a 2013 Chevrolet Volt with just the premium trim package. The color is cyber grey and the the interior is black
msrp $ 41,390.00
sale price $ 38,490.00
term $ 36.00
interest rate $ 1.05
rebates $ 5,250.00
down payment $ 1,000.00
residual .59% = $24,420.10
payment 294.88 pls tx = $323.78
license fees $ 230.50
doc fee $ 150.00
security deposit $ -
#347 of 482 Residual and Incentives
Jul 02, 2013 (2:03 pm)
I'm looking to lease a Volt for 36 months this month. I'm curious if anyone knows the current Residual and MF? I'm looking primarily for a 36 month lease with 15k. I live in Southern California if that makes a difference on Incentives.
#348 of 482 My SoCA deal today
Jul 06, 2013 (6:25 pm)
Picked up a Volt today in Los Angeles. Here are my numbers:
Sticker was $40,275
Gross cap cost $38,795
Adjusted cap $31,643
(Cap reduction was $7,400 - which was $5,250 in rebates to dealer and $2,150 in cash from me - BUT, my cash was $1,300 in drive off, incl first month, DMV, acquisition. So my true cash down was $850.)
Lease is 12k miles per year, 36 months.
Monthly is $220.00 and then tack on LA tax and total is $240.50.
Decent deal and and a pretty cool car so far!
(Oh yeah, also did the paperwork for the $1,500 California Clean Vehicle Rebate Program. That check comes directly to me. Will also get a carpool lane sticker in a couple weeks.)