"We see you configured a vehicle that isn't on our lot yet, might I suggest a Silverado? We have a great 20% off cashback/end month sale"...
Yep, those dogs have one job: SELL."Sorry, we do not currently sell the VOLT. Could I interest you in an alternative, such as the Chevy Suburban?"
GM is certainly a fan of advertising hard leasing numbers such as "only $299/mo with $2499 due at signing!"...I'd imagine whenever next month starts (sometimes automakers start the "new" month on the first Monday of the month) we'll see the hard numbers...A few interesting items from the configuration site:
1. The light ash gray-ceramic white leather comes with a MUCH lighter-colored gray dashboard than the other leather colors. I'm starting to regret ordering this interior color, as I've heard the light-colored dash can cause problems with front visibility, due to reflection on the windshield. I hope it'll be ok.
2. If I did my math correctly, the monthly lease payments are approximately equivalent to a residual value of 52% of the net sales price (i.e., net of the $7,500 federal tax credit). My math was based on a premier with most options except DCFC and floor mats, the same 2.9% interest rate illustrated for the financing, and a 36-month term with up to $15k miles per year. I understand GM may be structuring the lease differently, using the gross sale price and something like a 57% residual, but the net payments seem fairly reasonable. Of course, you would not want to buy the car at 57% of gross after three years - you'd either negotiate it down at that point, or just walk away.
3. GM's website can be extremely slow - changing colors takes forever!
I suspect that one of the benefits of the organizer is to give more support to the false floor so that it can handle heavier cargo.Bolt accessories page is up: http://www.chevrolet.com/bolt-ev-electric-vehicle/accessories.html
Under-floor cargo organizer...
I don't think so. The organizer looks much too tall to fit under the false floor, which is very shallow - maybe 4-6 inches? The organizer might possibly fit under the false floor when collapsed. Hard to tell for sure from the one picture, but I can't see how it could work that way.I suspect that one of the benefits of the organizer is to give more support to the false floor so that it can handle heavier cargo.