2017 Silverado Custom Rally 1 Edition - $310

Year, Make, Model, and Trim: [2017 Chevy Silverado 1500 Custom Rally 1 Double Cab]

MSRP: [$43,215]
Selling Price: [$40,723]
Rebates: [$7500]
Trade-in: [$242]

Months: [36]
Annual Mileage: [10,000]

MF: [0.00099]
Residual: [$25,929]

Security Deposit: [$0]
Total Due At Signing: [$309.76] (first month payment)
Monthly Payment (incl. tax): [$309.76]

Zip Code: [25405]
Sales Tax Rate: [5%]

Also see my lease agreement here: http://imgur.com/a/WdgRb

This was my first lease, I think I did pretty well. This deal started at almost $450/month and after 5 days of emailing back and forth with the salesman I walked away under $310/month. This isnt the exact truck but it looks identical to this: http://imgur.com/a/dQDlV.

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Seems like a good deal, but trade-ins always complicate things. It’s hard to judge because they might have gave you this good deal, but stiffed you on the trade.

I had a 2015 Sonic LTZ sedan that I was barely right side up on. I owed a little over $9,000 on it and they gave me $9,300 for it. I felt that was fair. I’m sure I could have got $10,000 out of it somewhere but I really just wanted to get rid of it.

What were the rebates you used?

To be honest, i am not sure. They never actually showed me the rebates. I did qualify for the GM supplier discount through my work but to be honest, its not that great (like 3 or 4%). I know i got 1500 loyalty bonus since i was driving a chevy at the time. I assumed the rest werw combinations of “bonus cash” and “customer cash”

If you look on chevys current offers they are listed.