I took a bit different approach than most on here. Instead of looking for the lowest monthly LT! on earth I wanted to get one with all the options I wanted at a good price. Typical deals on here adjusted for the increased MSRP of this car would be $370ish.
My experience with a few dealers that had “dealer added options” like wheels and ground effects etc. was different than the dealers with cars that had none. Each dealership had some guy that “built” the car and was in love with it and didn’t want to deal at all. City Chevrolet in Columbia City, IN has 2 redline editions that had the black appearance package added. This included 2 sets of wheels at $2500/set. Just doesn’t work at all for this type of transaction. I also got a quote for $360/$40280 first try, nicely equipped just no ground effects. I just ended up liking this one better, and it just didn’t seem like they were going to give me .00028.
I don’t know who was happier, me or my 18 year old son!
Thanks to the forum and all contributors
Car has Automatic, Sunroof, Tech, RS package, Red calipers, black lug nuts and the $3995 black accent exterior package.
I recall paying 230 a month when I was 24 for a Volkswagen GTI when I lived in Miami (and this was 25 years ago). One would think that was because of a horrible driving record, but I did not even have a parking ticket.
Ugh I just checked rates for Florida as I’m making this my residence for tax purposes. FU gov wolf and your 50% income tax increase!
I’m paying 1800/6 months for 2 camaros, a tundra and an x2 currently. The 2 quotes I got so far here are double that. I don’t know how all these people have super cars down here. I was looking at an r8 spyder v10 but that’s likely 350/mo to insure. I was only paying 150/mo for my i8