I am a little bit friendly with someone in finance at a Chevy dealership here in Florida and I posed this question to him a few min ago and he said it is possible to do an acquisition fee waiver on a one pay.
Apples to apples, the 2020 is about $250 cheaper this month. If you find a 2020 that has been sitting long enough though, with a motivated seller, You can sure try for a deeper discount than a 2021. Good luck, I am interested to see where you land!
@michael I am not sure I understand how to save $700. I see maybe $100+ in the total cost. But the way Chevy seems to require the order of one-pay and Acquisiton Waiver, there is no $700 benefit. Am I missing something?
Lol a few of the places in our area still have the 2020s… one of them has like 10+… their tactics is to lure you in and sell you a 4000 warranty and 2500 dealer add on of theftpatrol and some kinda paint finish crap…
2020’s, especially the premiers, are hard to come by in so cal. The one shit hole dealership that has about 8 of them will not even draw up a one pay. I am sure they use these units to lure in people with crap credit. Easy to lease one of these at 10K-12K, and have someone think they got a deal. Frustrating.
The 2020’s on a onepay, in So Cal, assuming you could find one, would run about ~6K. The local dealership that has several in stock, will not deal on them, and will not do a one pay. My guess is because the car is so cheap to begin with, it is easy to lease one at 10K to someone who is uneducated on the pricing, or has poor credit to begin with. Your deal in NC is obviously different. I’m guessing that demand is not as strong in your neck of the woods.