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  1. ? Buying, Selling, Tax Credit, Fees - Chevy Volt
    I got a letter tonight that includes these statements: "Your lease is scheduled to mature April 2015...If you have any thoughts of keeping this vehicle, NOW IS THE TIME TO ACT. Due to current market conditions it is possible that we can significantly reduce the amount you must pay." It goes on...
  2. ? Buying, Selling, Tax Credit, Fees - Chevy Volt
    How is the $7,500 tax credit used by the leasing companies such as US Bank and Ally? From the Chevy national deal and and other posts here I understand that the savings are passed down to the leasee, but the math doesn't make sense to me. For the example below I'm not considering any fees...
  3. ? Buying, Selling, Tax Credit, Fees - Chevy Volt
    As promised, here is my My Ally Lease Return Experience - Enjoy:) The Final Disposition I leased a 2012 Loaded Volt from out of state (MO) on 8/31/12 with the following terms: MSRP = $45,680 (pretty much loaded) Adjusted Cap Cost = $36,045 Out of pocket costs = $1130.15 (AZ VLT & 1st mo lease...
  4. ? Buying, Selling, Tax Credit, Fees - Chevy Volt
    I just got off the phone with a rep from Ally (whom I'm leasing with). <rant> The Ally rep could not have been less helpful. She had one thing on her mind... getting my cell phone number and getting my consent to telemarket me via "text messages, prerecorded voice mesages" and other...
  5. Newcomers, Owner Stories, FAQs
    Looking forward to picking-up my 2012 Volt on Wednesday - happy with my deal as well. Got the Ally lease special for 24 months, and bought 7000 extra miles so I have 18,500/year (the $0.15/mile I paid is refundable if I don't use all of the 7,000 extra miles, no refund on anything below...
  6. Chevy Volt News, Events
    The author makes a good case for leasing the Volt.
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