Good to know. I thought the published rate was fixed and you were either approved or non-approved.
Where did you get the Bolt deal from?
I’m with you on the ego deflation, but it’s more deflating for me to realize I could have thrown a few thousand into the stock last year and basically paid for a Model 3 now that’s it’s over $2k/share…
Free plus $3k, I’d have a hard time passing on the Bolt. But $11k off on a car that holds it’s value is also good. Who knows, you could end up selling it for $3k more than you spent (so ~$31k + whatever tax). And in that case a free plus $3k Model 3 beats a free + $3k Bolt.
Go with the Bolt, take 3K and throw it at Apple and Tesla and after 3 years could have a 6-10K profit…
…but you’d still be driving a POS Bolt for three years.
Have you driven a Model 3?
Yes the engine is impressive, as is the range, and no doubt it is a nicer vehicle. Between the choices of getting paid to drive a car for three years, and theoretically invest that money and realize some more gains, or purchase a depreciating asset. No brainier if I had that choice.
Neither, but Polestar 2
Hate to pull the anti Tesla line, but it’s not available yet
Can order for October now
I’m excited, it looks like an awesome car. Didn’t know orders went live.
0% for 60 months. Better than model 3 on every level
Did you look into leasing the Tesla as well? How much was it coming out to?
What’s better than free?
Except long distance global charging infrastructure
The Tesla for sure. But, I would have saved $2000 and ordered the white and black interior.
Tesla and leasing are words that don’t go together.
The Bolt is nice with the free option but Tesla is great too! congrats
Low Income qualifies you for an extra $2500
Model 3 is just bland boring and of no value for the price you pay for nothing, but the name. No thanks.
I would gave gone for the BOLT for FREEEEEEEEEEEEE
THEN THE Toyota for $100 a month.