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Yeah, true. The Costco pricing ensures dealers can't mark up the Bolt (as long as they are Costco-participating dealers), and locks in at least invoice pricing. So much for the Model 3 being cheaper now.^ can't have it all bro!
I'll be happy with my $7,500 fed tax credit and $2,000 NY tax credit.
I'm going to pay my full 2017 ($10K) property tax in Dec of 2016 to max out my 2016 refund, then pay no property tax in 2017 to max out on the fed and NY credits on my 2017 returns.
Only available in CA/OR for now, so if you didn't ask a dealer in those states that answer makes sense since he said "guessed"...Now if that's a CA/OR it's still possible that Costco jumped the gun yet Feb seems very far out...Pretty fair bet than once numbers are released Rick from Keyes will put up some posts...The Costco website refers me to a local dealer for price information. I spoke to the dealer today, and he has heard of the Bolt, but could not give me any useful information whatsoever. He guessed he might see his first Bolt arrive in late February or March. No info on invoice or MSRP pricing. He said Costco "jumped the gun", and suggested I call back in a few months.
Has anyone had better luck getting a Costco price?
You say, its CA, but no one actually knew where you lived until you chimed in. If you adjust your location from america to somewhere a little more specific like bay area, LA, SD, etc. then folks here might have some good suggestions for dealers.It's California. I suspect dealer ignorance is a more likely explanation than Costco having jumped the gun.