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2017 BOLTS 5500 below MSRP plus you get any and all rebates including COSTCO.

Good on Lease and purchase !



You must come in person and must bring a copy of this print out.

All deals plus any dealer added accessories on approved credit.


Deals ends 11/15/17

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Hopefully some of the poor M3 reservation holders will see this.

You should sell everyone you have at those prices.
 

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How much would it be to ship a Bolt to Seattle, WA? Your deals are pretty tempting.
 

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Good point! These deals are going to make it cheaper to lease a 38,000 electric vehicle and if qualify get 2500 back from state then most can lease a Honda Civic for.
 

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I just bought one of these ('17 Bolt Premier) from Rick. I called his cellphone number last evening, after Keys business hours, expecting to get his voicemail. To my surprise, he answered, confirmed his offer in this thread, and told me to call him today to put a deal together. I did, and we did! Everything went as expected, except much simpler and faster than I could have imagined. In an attempt to keep the peace with my "local" dealer (65 miles away), I called my salesman (actually quite a good guy!) and told him I'd go with his dealership if they could even come close. He went to his GM, and came back expressing grave doubt that Keys would actually do such a deal. I sent him a copy of the invoice, and he said that they couldn't even come close!

So, I need some advice: (1) Best way to get it here? Fly there and drive back (850 miles one way), and figure out how to charge the batteries along the way; (2) Get a neutral expert to inspect the vehicle and load it on a car transport for delivery here; or (3) Take the big trailer on which I haul my skid steer around, and bring the Bolt back here. Also, what is the best resource to get pricing guidelines for private sale? KBB, NADA, Other? And once I figure a target asking price, what's the best way to sell online?

Thanks in advance for any thoughts on this!

P.S. Rick is easy and fun to work with, just hand onto your rear end so as not lose it given the pace of the deal he will set, as he really doesn't mess around.
 

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winchipper stated shipping would be $750 and a quick look on expedia for flights from where you are to Van Nuys shows the lowest at $525. Personally, I'd ship it even at $750. At $1000, I might consider driving it back if I could make a trip out of it.
 

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I just bought one of these ('17 Bolt Premier) from Rick. I called his cellphone number last evening, after Keys business hours, expecting to get his voicemail. To my surprise, he answered, confirmed his offer in this thread, and told me to call him today to put a deal together. I did, and we did! Everything went as expected, except much simpler and faster than I could have imagined. In an attempt to keep the peace with my "local" dealer (65 miles away), I called my salesman (actually quite a good guy!) and told him I'd go with his dealership if they could even come close. He went to his GM, and came back expressing grave doubt that Keys would actually do such a deal. I sent him a copy of the invoice, and he said that they couldn't even come close!

So, I need some advice: (1) Best way to get it here? Fly there and drive back (850 miles one way), and figure out how to charge the batteries along the way; (2) Get a neutral expert to inspect the vehicle and load it on a car transport for delivery here; or (3) Take the big trailer on which I haul my skid steer around, and bring the Bolt back here. Also, what is the best resource to get pricing guidelines for private sale? KBB, NADA, Other? And once I figure a target asking price, what's the best way to sell online?

Thanks in advance for any thoughts on this!

P.S. Rick is easy and fun to work with, just hand onto your rear end so as not lose it given the pace of the deal he will set, as he really doesn't mess around.
If you're selling your Volt why didn't you trade it in instead, then drive the Bolt home?
 

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If you're selling your Volt why didn't you trade it in instead, then drive the Bolt home?
(1) I think I can get $2-3k more on a private sale than a trade, and (2) The absence of many DC fast-charge CCS stations along the route would make the 850 mile return trip quite a challenge!
 

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(1) I think I can get $2-3k more on a private sale than a trade, and (2) The absence of many DC fast-charge CCS stations along the route would make the 850 mile return trip quite a challenge!
Just got the Bolt, delivered here in Montrose for $700--IMHO, beats 1700 miles of driving! Here's the deal I got from Keyes, and we're very satisfied! And more than delighted with the Bolt: My first impression was over the top: I didn't have to get in butt-first with my head ducked down, and also didn't have to swing my feet in and brush the (black) door panel and leave an unsightly dust trail on it.

Plus, the infotainment system configuring and inputs are much improved, and the rearview mirror panoramic video vision is breathtaking!

Now to sell our perfect Volt with less than 9,000 miles on it. I'd like to keep it, but only have two slots in the garage!

MSRP $43,280.00
Factory Invoice $39,951.31
Dealer Discount -$5,500.00 (from invoice)
Costco Cash -$700.00
Docs & Regs $158.75
Transportation $700.00 (California to Colorado)
Cash Cost $34,610.06
IRS Tax Credit -$7,500.00
CO Tax Credit -$5,000.00
Net Cost $22,110.06
 
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