All Chevrolt Volt leasses through Ally Bank/ Us Bank capture the $7,500.00 Fed Tax Credit NOW! This coupled with almost $3,000.00 in stackable Cap Cost Reduction Cash-Now! Drops the lease payment to, from $349.00 a month-36/12,000. www.chevrolet.com/volt. Of Course you pay $2,499.00 up front plus tax and dealer fees, about standard 7% or so up front, plus state use tax on payment in most states. BUT, if you save near $180.00 to $200.00 a month-NO GAS then this makes all the sense in the world!
Subtract this No Gas Bought from your lease payment, on paper, and now here is a deal that can not be passed up! IMHO!
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The Amazing Chevy Volt EREV-Facts Guy
Out of Stock-March 12, 2012 CU114012 Ally Bank LSE- 36/45,000
"My Volt Is American Made, Built And Fueled In The USA,
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Reloaded: February 24th, 2012
They're straight up taking a $4000 loss on these?
Do they want to get re-alocated more of them or are they dumping them to keep them from aging?
We're pretty green friendly at my shop and I've seen them move vehicles with no profit at times but without a plan I'd be hard pressed to convince my store's owners to lose real money.
Not trying to dump on you but rather to join in and get some more Volts out there.
Yesterday the owner asked if I had my Level 1 cable because I'd used up the only L2 not in front of our Nissan Store, I told him I'd left mine at home too and I'd be full at lunchtime, glad to move then. He said no, don't worry, I suggested taking the Level 1 from the hatch of the Nissan Leaf demo, he said no to that too, he said he'd prefer not to park the Chevy in front of Nissan but it'd only be 4hrs at the most.
I don't know what's going on at Nissan but since the day I picked up my Volt their Leaf demo has been sitting at various places behind the store rather than the front and center location of parked in front of 1 of 2 front Level 2 stations outside the front of their store, unplugged. They seemed surprised when I test drove the leaf before getting my deal approved on my Volt, and plugged it in correctly without anyone showing me how (not that this is hard to do).
Sorry to ramble and run-on, that means it's passed bedtime, looking forward to trying to get more Volts on the road in the morning.
If you lease, the leasing company gets the tax credit, then applies the savings to your lease.
After you pick a few options and factor in the taxes, the lease is more like $399 for $2500 down. You may have to put $5000 down to get a $350 lease payment.
The additional state tax break may help though.
350 lease payment assumes the buyer takes the vehicle at MSRP, which is nuts. This isn't some secret sauce. A certian dealer from MI keeps posting the lease as if there is no options.
YOU CAN MAKE A DEAL ON THE PURHCASE PRICE REGARDLESS IF ITS A LEASE OR CASH PURHCASE. dealers don't want you to know this as its more profitable to say "see here this is the lease deal".
That "deal" has the purchase price, walk into an dealer, make you best deal and use that for you price and whatever the difference it lower you monthly payment on the lease dollar for dollar
This is why I hates leases, dealers prey on people that don't know its no different than a cash deal. The only difference is someone else is making the purchase at the price you agree too
2012 Crystal Red Volt #10921 - Plug Powered #76
Thanks for the information guys. Sounds like the guys saying $400+ with any kind of options have no idea how to deal. I laughed at the dealer who said $493/month with $2k down. I handed him the lease offers from other area dealers and he was like a deer in headlights.
Current best offer I've confirmed is $2k down and $341/month for everything I want. So, unless Ohio can do better looks like I'm going on a mission to have a car transported about 800 miles.
I would really, really like to order a car and then lease it. That way I can get everything I want and I'm willing to wait/pay more for that.
I got mine at Pat O'Brien on Monday and it is no joke. They are taking a loss, but I was told it was more like $2,500 or so. The finance guy said they wanted to move old inventory and set themselves up to get a huge supply of new cars in March. I don't understand how dealerships work at all and why they would choose to sell a car at a loss, but I don't care as I got a fully loaded black Volt for $370/month 3 year/12,000 miles lease.
The only bummer was driving it back to Wisconsin put 600 gas miles on the car.
2012 Volt, Black, Premium Trim Package (Jet Black/light Titanium), Polished Aluminum Wheels, Bose Premium Audio System, Navigation, Rear Camera/Park Assist.
Delivered January 30, 2012
Kevin Whitaker in Greenville, SC was willing to match Pat Obrien's prices. They offered me $341/month 15k miles a year, $2,000 down for a black Volt with black leather seats. They have 7~ Volts right now if you'd like to try and wheel and deal with them.
The only problem: The black seats had white stripes on them like a zebra and the dashboard was white. When I asked to have black on black on black, I got told to go to hell pretty much. They are losing $2,500 on the dealer incentive deal.
So, I will go to hell. If you consider hell these other dealers in NY or Ohio who meet my demands and understand Govt. rebates / dealer incentive programs.
Bottom line: $40k cars = you meet my demands. You're not going to force me into some zebra car just cause you're tired of looking at it.
I picked this interior because I felt the dark interiors center stacks looked like orange-peel while the white looks like white pearl