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Good Day,

Prospective Volt buyer here and i'm just wondering if anyone has purchased a 2017 volt since the Ontario gov't introduced there new incentives this January?
If so do you mind letting me know the approximate price (with a breakdown of the rebates you had applied)
Also has anyone purchased the car and not had the dealer apply the rebate, but apply for it themselves? The government website says you can do this....

Just wondering because this could make leasing very appealing if you get the $14,000 rebate up front from the gov't on a 36 month lease.

any info is much appreciated!
 

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I bought thru Barry Cullen in Guelph first week of February. The new higher rebates pushed me over the edge to purchase.
I had the rebate applied up front to a 3yr lease to lower the payments. I supposed you could get it yourself, but your stuck with higher payments and paying more interest over the lease. Note you pay tax on the price before rebates so the effectively the rebate is a bit less.
Basically just use the gm pricing tool, it factors the rebate in for you.
 

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I bought my vehicle through Wilson-Niblett, Richmond Hill (a suburb in the Greater Toronto Area). They applied the rebate. I bought it when the 2017s were relatively 'new' nobody had much on site (May, 2016) and factory ordered a Premiere Trim with my own colour/interior specs, (i.e. definitely not a car on the lot) so I didn't get much of a dealership incentive (about $1500 off MSRP). My out the door price was CAN$35600. (I didn't order any frills, no premium paint, no ACC or NAV packages)

I later did my own ESVE purchase and had an electrician install it and applied to the EVIP myself for that rebate (it went very smoothly, and the cheque came about 2-3 months after application.)
 
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