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Chevrolet Volt, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Sedan
#84 of 315 Re: July Lease Incentive [vaguy79]
Jul 06, 2012 (5:04 pm)
No. According to the 3 dealerships I talked to today, Security Deposit and First Month is the only things due at signing.
#85 of 315 My June 30th volt lease
Jul 06, 2012 (11:35 pm)
Blk w/pol. wheels, mylink,bose,leather,camera/park assist
40775 sale price
-4445 ally cap reduction
$375 down (lic and title fees)
$327/month for 35 months
No sales tax here in OR. Woop! Woop!
Thanks ya'll for the info share...saved me about $1700 from dealer's first pitch...and I love this car!! I'll be back in 2015 to buy gen 2.
#86 of 315 24 months lease
Jul 10, 2012 (7:57 am)
I see Chevy is offering a 24 month lease now. Car_man do you know what cap reduction Ally is kicking in, the lease rate, and residual is for a 24 months lease?
#87 of 315 Texas (preferably DFW) leasing experiences
Jul 12, 2012 (1:09 pm)
I am looking at a 2012 Volt with an MSRP of $43K from a dealer in Dallas. I am confident that I can get him down to $41K. Any feedback on what kind of lease I can negotiate if buying in the next 7 days given these variables? My credit score is > 800 if it makes a difference.
#88 of 315 Re: Volt Money Factor [Car_man]
Jul 15, 2012 (2:41 pm)
I believe the MF is multiplied by 2400 to get the interest rate.
#89 of 315 leased a volt
Jul 16, 2012 (8:37 pm)
Zero out of pocket $324 per Month for 36 months.
#90 of 315 Re: leased a volt [iggso]
Jul 17, 2012 (5:55 am)
Did you trade in your current vehicle? Not doubting your numbers but they just don't jibe with what I've seen in TX. I have friends that are savvy car buyers that have leased here and in LA and none have seen the sub-$400 deals referenced on this form. Even if I plug in 60+% residuals and 1% APR - neither of which are currently available in TX via Ally - the numbers are well higher than what is referenced here. Just curious where you live and how you are getting such an incredible deal.
#91 of 315 Re: My June 30th volt lease [eat_my_voltage]
Jul 17, 2012 (2:59 pm)
Hey there fellow Orygonian! Can you direct me to where you got this deal? I have been looking around near the PDX area and I have received some really varying quotes - differences came from dealer costs and add-ons.
#92 of 315 Possible deal
Jul 18, 2012 (11:54 am)
I am about to close on a Chevy Volt, with premium package (no navigation). MSRP $42,415
I have been offered:
$1,200 down incl title, plate, and reg)
$306 incl taxes per month
15,000 miles per year
I was told the money factor was 1%
What do you think?
#93 of 315 Re: My June 30th volt lease [eecpe]
Jul 18, 2012 (2:44 pm)
good to know my deal is still decent 3 wks later. more time will tell though as it seems likely the deals are really going to sweeten up come aug-sept as the model year closes out after a slow start to yearly sales goals and now a spluttering economy. July's 24 month lease may be a taste of what will come... I'll call shenanigans when Ally roles out a 12 month lease with the tax credit applied such that some of us get to drive a Volt free for one year. So, stay dispasionate and don't settle with less than a great deal now.
while the variation in deals between local lots at any given time is small relative to level shifts that might occur over the next two months, which local dealer will deal best varies as a function of current and pipelined inventory, where the sales staff is wrt end of month/quarter sold unit goals, etc.
my dealer is in pdx area, so you should do at least as well by pitching to the one with the highest inventory in the fourth week of the month. be willing to walk away and if they don't later call you back with acceptance, I'd just repeat at end of Aug and again in Sept. given the dark clouds on the economic horizon.