Looks good to me! I’d do it especially considering the $4,200 in money after the deal. Just watch the nonwarranty repairs for most of that 3rd year if you go over 36,000 miles. Small gamble but for that payment it is worth it in my opinion.
That is a very good deal. I got $240/mo including taxes and have CA Rebate. Don’t have qualifying employer. I was denied Costco Cash card saying Volt is not included. Do you have any document that says Volt is included in GM Costco offer?
Just go to the Costco Auto home page and click on the GM Holiday Sales Event icon and it lists the eligible vehicles. Volt wasn’t initially eligible, but it has recently been added as an eligible model along with a few others. If you leased it when it was not eligible, call Costco and see if they will apply it retroactively.
Just when I’m about to give up on my Bolt dream you reel me back in. My Bolt is being built next week and I’m all set to pass on it because I can’t justify the expense vs a lower milage EV. 3k off and I’m back in. You tease!
How did the $7,360 “rebate” amount listed on the quote break down? i.e. what incentives were you taking advantage of to effectively reduce the cap cost? Curious whether this requires an existing lease in the household to qualify.
The $7360 does include the $500 conquest rebates yes.
However we are not factoring in the rebate you receive from the State of California. We’ve seen some dealers advertising $0 down including the state rebate which means you have to put $1500 down and get reimbursed from the state.