hrdlywrknjh
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Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Wed Mar 07, 2018 9:38 pm

2018 Black LT
Convenience Package
Drivers Package
Fast Charge

MSRP= $39,295

Discount=$3,545
Rebates=$4,000

$429.25 tax on cap reduction
$532 DMV
$0 Doc Fee

$2,500 down

$2,500 Rebate from California

15,000 Miles per year

$317 per month

tongsli
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Heritage Chevrolet - Owings Mills, MD

Mon Mar 12, 2018 2:42 pm

Great dealership. My neighbor bought the car Saturday.

Lt. Blue Premiere with DC Fast Charging. Various discounts for $37,500.00!!!!!! WOW, couldn't believe it. Best car buying experience for her and for us even though we didn't buy a car!

She is very happy.

Met a few great folks at a local EV meetup and was given the referral from some great Bolt owners.

Amazing.

Salesman: Jed Lindorff
General Manager: Phil Stillman

orangebolt
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Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Fri Mar 16, 2018 12:05 am

Just got mine in NorCal, $0 drive-off (includes taxes or fees) / $270 before tax / 10k miles on 2018 LT in orange. The sticker price is $38705, residual is 60%/$23223. There is $395 disposition fee at the lease-end but I think it's the same for everyone. I'll get $2500 CA and $500 PG&E rebates. Considering all costs include taxes, I am at $215.73 a month.

I did pay the optional $500 (tax included) for service contract so I don't need to worry about wear and tear at the lease end. I have a Spark EV lease due soon and I learned that I'll have to pay for new tires and other wear and tear items. Bolt lease will save me another $395 disposition fee when I return Spark.

The deal can be slightly better if color is black/white/silver, there is $400 difference on sticker for orange, red and blue.

I have both GM supplier and Asian carmaker owner discounts, but I think they will give them to anyone if you negotiate hard enough.

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Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Fri Mar 16, 2018 1:01 am

orangebolt wrote:Just got mine in NorCal, $0 drive-off (includes taxes or fees) / $270 before tax / 10k miles on 2018 LT in orange. The sticker price is $38705, residual is 60%/$23223. There is $395 disposition fee at the lease-end but I think it's the same for everyone. I'll get $2500 CA and $500 PG&E rebates. Considering all costs include taxes, I am at $215.73 a month.

I did pay the optional $500 (tax included) for service contract so I don't need to worry about wear and tear at the lease end. I have a Spark EV lease due soon and I learned that I'll have to pay for new tires and other wear and tear items. Bolt lease will save me another $395 disposition fee when I return Spark.

The deal can be slightly better if color is black/white/silver, there is $400 difference on sticker for orange, red and blue.

I have both GM supplier and Asian carmaker owner discounts, but I think they will give them to anyone if you negotiate hard enough.


WHERE exactly did you get that deal - that sounds way too good to be true!! 2017 or 2018?

This site: https://ev-vin.blogspot.com/?m=0 has the best deal in North Calif at Fremont Chevrolet ($331/mo total cost averaged over the lifetime, before rebates) and Dailey Chevrolet ($340, total).

orangebolt
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Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Fri Mar 16, 2018 5:55 am

The best deal is usually done in person. Momentum Chevrolet, Peter Julius is my sales guy. 2018 LT in orange.

SparkE wrote:
orangebolt wrote:Just got mine in NorCal, $0 drive-off (includes taxes or fees) / $270 before tax / 10k miles on 2018 LT in orange. The sticker price is $38705, residual is 60%/$23223. There is $395 disposition fee at the lease-end but I think it's the same for everyone. I'll get $2500 CA and $500 PG&E rebates. Considering all costs include taxes, I am at $215.73 a month.

I did pay the optional $500 (tax included) for service contract so I don't need to worry about wear and tear at the lease end. I have a Spark EV lease due soon and I learned that I'll have to pay for new tires and other wear and tear items. Bolt lease will save me another $395 disposition fee when I return Spark.

The deal can be slightly better if color is black/white/silver, there is $400 difference on sticker for orange, red and blue.

I have both GM supplier and Asian carmaker owner discounts, but I think they will give them to anyone if you negotiate hard enough.


WHERE exactly did you get that deal - that sounds way too good to be true!! 2017 or 2018?

This site: https://ev-vin.blogspot.com/?m=0 has the best deal in North Calif at Fremont Chevrolet ($331/mo total cost averaged over the lifetime, before rebates) and Dailey Chevrolet ($340, total).

LeftieBiker
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Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Fri Mar 16, 2018 9:04 am

I did pay the optional $500 (tax included) for service contract so I don't need to worry about wear and tear at the lease end.


Are you 100% sure that this is insurance against excess wear and tear? because both the phrase "service contract" and the price suggest a "maintenance contract" that is something else entirely, and a waste of money for an EV...

orangebolt
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Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Fri Mar 16, 2018 5:48 pm

It covers up to $5000 (by Allstates) to whatever need to be fixed in the lease end inspection report. My Spark EV needs new tires and some interior wear are determined to be excessive. I was lucky that no big dents were reported. I won’t know how Bolt tires perform after 3 years but they are more expensive Michelin tires.

Of course I won’t know if $500 is wasted until lease end, I simply apply my Spark EV experience here. They didn’t push me but simply quote me $595 + Tax in the beginning. After understanding what it is, I bargained it down to $500 total. It’s 100% optional.

LeftieBiker wrote:
I did pay the optional $500 (tax included) for service contract so I don't need to worry about wear and tear at the lease end.


Are you 100% sure that this is insurance against excess wear and tear? because both the phrase "service contract" and the price suggest a "maintenance contract" that is something else entirely, and a waste of money for an EV...

LeftieBiker
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Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Fri Mar 16, 2018 7:37 pm

Good deal, then. People usually get charged $1000 or more for wear & tear insurance.

orangebolt
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Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Sat Mar 17, 2018 6:55 am

Thanks :-) I actually think it could go a bit lower. It only took my sales guy couple quick trips to "manager's office" and they took my offer. If anyone on this forum wants to lease a LT in NorCal, try to offer something lower and see what happens.

LeftieBiker wrote:Good deal, then. People usually get charged $1000 or more for wear & tear insurance.

d2170
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Re: How Much I Paid for My Bolt

Thu Apr 12, 2018 11:27 pm

In San Jose, lease TOTAL for about $5500. (2000 + 100 x 35)

Is this possible?

https://u5080173.ct.sendgrid.net/wf/cli ... DNCQ-3D-3D

anyone got deals close to this? $5500 seems amazing. Is 6000 to 7500 possible? (before any CA rebates)

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