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2018 Chevy Volt premier final price quote?

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2018 Chevy Volt premier final price quote?

Has anyone bought 2018 volt premier model yet?
One dealer quoted me below.

MSRP: 44895
Total price including tax: $36840.99

The LT model i was told few thousand difference.

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Last edited by ysl5710 on Feb 15th, 2018 3:14 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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$500 to $600 monthly lease on $37k for volt is high imo.
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I got about 1k off MSRP for my Volt Premiere back in 2016 (2017 model). The pricing was quite firm at the time.
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You only got $500 off? What is the wait time for a VOLT?
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OTD price at 50k or 36k? Confused
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learsid wrote: You only got $500 off? What is the wait time for a VOLT?
In Quebec that was part for the course when they were released. I'm guessing it's not much better in Ontario.
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no more waiting list?
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Contacted a GM dealer today.

GM offers preferred pricing (invoice pricing +150) on the VOLT now with some large employers. They never used too.

Plus the $750 auto show deal is back If you go!

The $500 credit card deal is also on.

So you should be able to get better! There is also no wait time in GTA... they can find you a car in whatever trim/colour you want in a week.

This is all the info I got from 1 phone call.
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Yeah I did the card deal for 500$ back 2016. You get a hard pull on your record. But then Scotia calls you and you can just decline the card altogether.

1250$ off is not bad. If you get the higher packages and ACC you might even do better.
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Those residual prices are a total rip off. No way the car is valued so little at the end of the term. Maybe finance and sell/trade in? Or buy it out at end and resell/trade in for another vehicle!
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Does anyone know if Chevy volts are still available at dealerships with the incentives or sold out? Any tips on all in price (and trim)?
Last edited by zsj495 on Jul 25th, 2018 3:16 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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ysl5710 wrote: Has anyone bought 2018 volt premier model yet?
One dealer quoted me below.

MSRP: 44895
Total price including tax: $36840.99

The LT model i was told few thousand difference.

See attached screenshot for more info.
Uhhhhhh… you missed telling us about the $14,000 downpayment making the total cost $50,840.99 NOT $36840.99.
I'm not familiar with Volt prices, but this seems like an INSANE amount of money to spend on a Volt purely because it's electric (unless there's something else you love about the car).


Edit - just saw this post is from Feb. DOH
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zsj495 wrote: Does anyone know if Chevy colts are still available at dealerships with the incentives or sold out? Any tips on all in price (and trim)?
I called around to a few Ontario dealerships last week who claimed to have 2018 Volts in stock.

Every single one of them were sold out. With Doug Ford ending the EV credit program, all remaining stock was scooped up, and they aren't anticipating any more arriving until the 2019 models come in.

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