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This is the best advertised discount I've seen in a newspaper yet.

It was for a 2017 Red Volt. Ad was for greenwood dealership in Holister, CA.

In Sacramento region where I live they dont advertise EV's at all, but when i come visit my dad in Santa Cruz, CA i see ads for volts almost everytime. The Bay Area newspapers probably see these type of deals all the time, but it's the best deal I've seen so I thought I'd share with you guys.

Anyone see something better?

 

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Pretty darn good, based on the fact that it does not yet include the $7500 tax credit. I'm surprised they don't include that and advertise $15,588 net savings. A lot of them would.

Makes the price I paid for my used 2016 look not so good, though it was still a good deal and I don't regret it for a moment!
 

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Actually, in my county I actually qualify for 11,500 in fed credit and state/local rebates. So it would be nearly 20k off in the end. A new owner could get one for dirt cheap these days.

When i bought my G2 Volt back in Oct 2015, I only got costco pricing (~1400 off), but i thought that was ok at the time only to see a few months later some super negotiators were getting 4-5k off msrp.

I am totally satisfied with my G2 volt purchase. It has been trouble free for me and a very fun car to drive as my daily commuter.
 

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I said this in mid 2015 when the first gen2's were rolling into the showrooms, if you can bear to wait a few years the discounts will come. They are here. You impatient ones who had to be first paid for that privilege.
 

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That deal certainly gets ones attention.

It says one at this price, but I suppose if you went down there to see it they would deal on another one. Maybe it wouldn't have as many discounts but still might be a good deal.
 

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I said this in mid 2015 when the first gen2's were rolling into the showrooms, if you can bear to wait a few years the discounts will come. They are here. You impatient ones who had to be first paid for that privilege.
Some are probably ready for the next one. Some people are leasing and aren't as flexible. And some people don't want to wait.

This is a great deal. Leasing should be great!
 

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Whoa! You'd never see that kind of discounting in Canada.
 

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We purchased a new 2016 Volt LTZ for over $11,000 off MSRP. GM at that time offered 20% off MSRP and the dealer, Wilsonville Chevrolet, just south of Portland Oregon, offered in addition $3,000 off. A total of a little over $11,000. Plus when you deduct the $7,500 Fed Tax Credit now the price is in the civic and corolla range. My wife and I traded in our 2014 Volt, which we had purchased there in 2013, and drove off the lot in our new 2016...
 

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This is the best advertised discount I've seen in a newspaper yet.

It was for a 2017 Red Volt. Ad was for greenwood dealership in Holister, CA.

In Sacramento region where I live they dont advertise EV's at all, but when i come visit my dad in Santa Cruz, CA i see ads for volts almost everytime. The Bay Area newspapers probably see these type of deals all the time, but it's the best deal I've seen so I thought I'd share with you guys.

Anyone see something better?

Dont forget when GM offered 20% of MSRP and dealers discounted another $5000 around Jul 4th 2016!! I bought my New Volt Premier which MSRP was over $40k for only $27500 (not counting te Fed $7500 tax write off & Ca state $1500 cash rebate) = net cost of $18500!!
This WILL HAPPEN AGAIN...likely around July 4th 2017....so be patient & SAVE! :))
 
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