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    Default Today I traded 2011 Base Volt for a new fully loaded 2013 Volt for only $5000

    The Chevy dealer gave incredible trade in offer,
    $21000 for trade in on base 2011 Volt (purchased January 2011)
    $ 9000 Dealer and factory rebate
    $ 9000 State and federal
    $44,000-39000=$5000 not including taxes and registration

    If you live by Orange County CA, I highly recommend:
    Zachary Sultzer, Connell Chevrolet
    Zachary@connellchevy.com
    Cell 714-365-7566

    http://www.voltstats.net/Stats/Details/1292

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    Quote Originally Posted by EddieM View Post
    The Chevy dealer gave incredible trade in offer,
    $21000 for trade in on base 2011 Volt (purchased January 2011)
    $ 9000 Dealer and factory rebate
    $ 9000 State and federal
    $44,000-39000=$5000 not including taxes and registration

    If you live by Orange County CA, I highly recommend:
    Zachary Sultzer, Connell Chevrolet
    Zachary@connellchevy.com
    Cell 714-365-7566

    http://www.voltstats.net/Stats/Details/1292
    Eddie...
    Only one bad thing about this trade (although I am envious)... You are abandoning a really good VoltStats slot and have to start all over again, but I suspect you know the ropes and the hoops and hurdles.

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    The Chevy dealer gave incredible trade in offer,
    $21000 for trade in on base 2011 Volt (purchased January 2011)
    $ 9000 Dealer and factory rebate
    $ 9000 State and federal
    $44,000-39000=$5000 not including taxes and registration
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    Sounds like a great idea. One question, did you get an original $1500 from the state of Cali? Not sure the 2011 was eligible. I read for my 2012, I have to have it registered in CA for 36 months or give up a pro-rated amount of my CA State rebate.

    FROM the IMPLEMENTATION MANUAL FOR THE FY 2012-13 CLEAN VEHICLE REBATE PROJECT (CVRP)

    3.3.2 Vehicle Ownership Provision
    With the exception of vehicles purchased under the special provisions in section 2.6, vehicle purchasers and lessees participating in CVRP are required to keep the vehicle and meet all applicable project requirements for a minimum 36 month period after the vehicle purchase or lease date.
    Cyber Gray Metallic 2012 - Over 33,000 electric miles in nearly 2 years. 49,700 total miles (as of 3/5/14). Bought (4/13/12)

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    No, the 2011 Volt did not have the low emission's package.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sterling Silver View Post
    Eddie...
    Only one bad thing about this trade (although I am envious)... You are abandoning a really good VoltStats slot and have to start all over again, but I suspect you know the ropes and the hoops and hurdles.
    It will be easy to beat since I will not encounter SPX charging issues. The second replacement SPX unit had updated firmware to resolve issues with Volt and GFI failures.

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    Congrats on the great deal. And 96% lifetime EV driving is about as good as it gets. I'm at 92.3% and can tell it will take a while to get over a 900 mile ICE trip I took.
    Tom
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    I think that is a pretty good deal, to go from a stripped 2011 to a load 2013 for only $5,000 bucks seem way fair.

    How many miles on the 2011?
    Diamond White #B2140 ecosister plate=SLRRYDER
    Crystal Red #C8885, Red-Rider plate=NO2OPEC
    Only 50 gallons purchased, fully charged off Solar , Keeping the utilities at bay.
    DRIVING for FREE! NO OPEC FEE!

    My TED 5000 power monitoring

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    30,500 miles

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