I don't know, but at least when I bought my Volt in October, none of the dealerships I spoke to really wanted to shave anything off MSRP beyond any dealership-wide deals that were there (such as $500 off for GM credit card application), or any other standard discounts.Has anyone in Canada got better than MSRP pricing from a Canadian dealer for a Chevrolet Bolt?
I got several hundred bucks off, enough to pay for the "dealer documentation fee". But for an in-demand car like the Bolt you have to be willing to walk away from the deal before the salesman will relent. I was in a position to do that because I was haggling over a car that had come in for someone who had cancelled their order, but I already had an order at another dealer that was slated to arrive in another 4 or 5 weeks.Has anyone in Canada got better than MSRP pricing from a Canadian dealer for a Chevrolet Bolt?
Yeah, I heard the same thing from my dealer when I asked him for my discount. I apologized for wasting his time and got up to leave, and that's when he counter-offered. The dealer would always rather make the sale in front of him than rely on the hopes of another one - its just that when the car is popular you won't be able to get him to move very much on the price. And the key is the willingness to walk away from the deal - that's the only true test of the dealer's resolve.When I bought my Volt, the dealer told me they had 3 Bolts allocated to them in 17, and more than 3 people wanting to buy. Hard to imagine much negotiation going on there.