Currently 2 cars in household and I don’t need a third car
But I would love to get a #tesla Model Y with the current pricing and claim $7500 Fed rebate.
2023 #jeep GC Limited – CCAP Lease started in Dec 2022. Payoff is around $43,000 and the best I could get was from Local Jeep dealer at $41500. With my due at signing in December, I will be around $2500 negative
2022 #chevrolet Bolt EUV – Lease ending in September 2023. Payoff is $23500. Carvana and Vroom is offering around $24000
Am I missing something, can Hackers suggest any way to minimize the total cost?
Is the bolt GM Financial. I don’t believe they allow third party dealership payoffs anymore. I think if you went that route you would have to purchase it then sell it to the dealer. Also Vroom last I checked did not purchase leases.
Chrysler capital should allow third party dealership sales eliminating the sales tax burden of the transaction.
Yeah, the Bolt EV > EUV swaps have created a huge equity gap for the lucky ones who held out, even with GM dropping the MSRP last year. On average, the delta is probably $5-7k, depending on the configuration. And that’s not even counting the compensation for MSRP difference GM Financial gives back to swaps in certain states.
For sure. Still, surprised to read about 29k for a used '22 Bolt. That means dealer assumes someone will be paying in access of 32k for it, which is close to the price of a new 23 Bolt Premiere BEFORE tax credits