42,404 Sale Price - (Invoice is $41329, MSRP $43170)
40204 (Sales Price Sub Total)
75 Processing Fee:
$399 down $399 month/39 months 12,000 miles
includes supplier discount and conquest (coming off Nissan lease)
Residual - 56%
Money factor for Tier A is .00084
9.5 years (not sure if it is right - 400 was my drive off and was the first payment)
Actually they couldn’t even do this - the rebate was wrong and only $1250. The GM came in and apologized and didn’t even try to redo the deal (this was right before I went to finance). The sales manager had confused the rebate for the Volt we were negotiating on earlier.
I’m going to get a fully loaded Volt Premier for $38,500 (total) with 60 months 0%.
Those deals are not worht it.
Speaking of Bolt, here is something about a slight glitch that may affect negotiations
General Motors Co. GM 0.23% is taking an unconventional approach to repair batteries in some of its new Chevrolet Bolt electric cars: It is using the Onstar telematics service to remotely detect the problem and notify only those owners potentially affected.
The Bolt is advertised as getting 238 miles of driving range on a single charge. In certain vehicles, the information system indicated far more juice remaining in the battery than it actually had, resulting in unexpected power loss