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    Default Looking for someone to take over lease on loaded 2013 Chevy Volt $398 w/tax!!!

    Is anyone interested or do you know anyone interested in assuming the lease on my fully loaded 2013 Volt?
    I love the vehicle and quite honestly won't mind keeping it if I can't find someone interested in taking over the lease. I just could really use a pickup truck as well but just can't justify both. I commute the Dumbarton bridge everyday and love the Green HOV sticker, saves me $2.50 everyday plus I get the commute lane. Geeze, I'm talking myself out of this already. lol...

    MSRP was $43,415.00 Silver Ice Metallic & Jet Black Interior

    Lease Term was 36 Months - 36K Miles with .20c Miles Over with Ally Bank
    First Month Jan 2013...
    Monthly Payment: $365 + Tax
    Transfer Fee: $595
    Months Left: 27
    Current Miles: 8,916
    Total Miles Allowed: 36,014
    Current Miles Remaining: 27,098
    Miles Remaining Per Month: 1,004

    I know Chevy recently lowered the MSRP by 5k so I'm not sure how my lease payment stacks up to current deals out there now. I'm not looking for any down payment, may also consider paying transfer fee depending on interest level and covering current month payment till month end on transfer month. I know when I purchased vehicle I bought it very well below invoice and then worked in lease financing. Please feel free to give me some fair feedback, looking to be constructive here.

    Thanks you all!
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    Pity you aren't in Texas. I know some people that might.
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    Keep the Volt. Buy a cheap used pickup.

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    You might want to check out Leasetrader.com.

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    Or Swapalease.com. I used them to get out of my BMW lease so I could get the Volt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rdunniii View Post
    Keep the Volt. Buy a cheap used pickup.
    Not a bad idea, however one of the things we are looking to do is buy a travel trailer before
    next summer so we would need to have a strong reliable tow able rig so I'm looking at the ecoboost
    ford f-150.

    Thanks for all the responses, I'll check those two lease sites as recommended. I posted on local craigslist
    today as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglips31 View Post
    Not a bad idea, however one of the things we are looking to do is buy a travel trailer before
    next summer
    so we would need to have a strong reliable tow able rig so I'm looking at the ecoboost
    ford f-150.

    Thanks for all the responses, I'll check those two lease sites as recommended. I posted on local craigslist
    today as well.
    Don't be in a rush to get your pickup just yet...

    If the House buggers up the economy with a shutdown...you'll be able to get that trailer and pickup cheap from the people that get knocked out of work...
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    If you have the $$ for the travel trailer, you have the money for the truck to pull it as well as the thousands of dollars in fuel. Plan on sub 10 mpg pulling the trailer or 50 cents a mile for fuel, which dwarfs any consideration on the Volt lease payment
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