Signed: 2020 Bolt Premier $43955 MSRP $7608 One Pay 36mo/10k

Had an easy time with this. Not as easy as my 2017 E300 Loaner lease and still simple. I could have saved money I guess and just wanted to be done with it. Johnny Huynh @ Concord Chevrolet was so easy to work with. His mobile is 925.349.8054

Year, Make, Model, and Trim: 2020 Chevrolet Bolt Premier
MSRP: $ 43,955
Monthly Payment: $ N/A
Drive-Off Amount: $7,608.76
Months: 36
Annual Mileage: 10,000
Residual: $23,296.15
Incentives: $12,650 (6750 lease cash, 3000 Costco, 1500 lease/conquest, 1400 Bay Area CCR)
Region: NorCal
Leasehackr Score: 30.5
Leasehackr Calculator Link:

I was initially looking for a loaded LT MSRP $40,220 and got quotes from $7832 (all in) to $7500 (not including ttl) to $6800 (wouldn’t confirm ttl included). I was also offered a Premier at $8436 (all in) $8,450 (not including ttl) to $7900 (wouldn’t confirm ttl included). I was going to go with $7900 and salesman wasn’t proactive (probably super busy with Bolt mania), didn’t have car, then didn’t have color I wanted, then only offered white… and I didn’t want to drive 40 miles each way. I contacted the original salesperson Johnny H @ Concord Chevrolet where I did my test drive (he was great - no pressure just gave card and said to call him if I wanted to continue). Johnny offered $7608 all in and it was in color I wanted. I was fine with it. I filled credit app online, emailed registration, proof of insurance, costco coupon, copy of MB lease contract. Went to dealer and it took only 25 minutes to look over car, sign papers, pay with Amex and check, activate On-Star and he went over features.

No BS hard sells and trying to get more money out of me in finance office. John the Finance Manager literally walked over asked for credit card, brought it back to sign, told me remaining amount to write check for. All with a smile - quite normal. Before I even left dealership he emailed me contract and paperwork as a pdf. Johnny H. also handed me folder with hard copies.

I was initially looking at e-tron deals and this was more practical given everything going on currently.
After my $2000 CVRP and $800 PGE rebates the car will be $4806.76 for 3 years… + I’ll get the carpool lane stickers!

Thanks for the forums and all the contributions/questions answered.


Hi Zenndub,

Great deal, congratulations, Looking for one my self.

Can you please help elaborate on the break up for the $7,608.76 in your contract?

So this is my understanding, if you can help add/change your numbers, that would help me understand the break up and negotiate the dealer discount to bring down the cost if possible.

MSRP: $43,955
Sale Price (Cap cost) : $… (Assuming there would be a dealer discount for this one before incentives are subtracted)
Incentives (Cap cost reduction) : $12,650
Adj Cap cost : $ (Typically Capcost - Capcost reduction.)
Residual (53% of MSRP) : $23,296.15
MF: 0.00001
Taxes : 450 (Registration)
Tax: … (Is there any tax calculated for the incentives, typically for bay area avg would be $12650 multiply by 9% or $1,138.5, assuming all the incentives provided are taxable.)

Thanks for your help. Not sure how to send a private message, so this would be a public message.

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Here’s the link to the calculator that shows his breakdown :slight_smile:

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