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I negotiated based off truecar pricing. For whatever reason USAA and PenFed (free to join) had the lowest truecar prices. I received 18% off invoice and 0% for 60 months. Miller bros Chevy in md was great.

Also watch this video for good negotiation strategies (thanks Sterling)
Search YouTube for Chevy volt vlog #26
 

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Congrats on your deal and your new car!

Where I am the starting point for discounts on 2017 MY is about 15% for lower trims. I'd assume you could add a few percentage points t that if you were flexible. Weirdly, where I am the discounts tend to be the same dollar discount regardless of trim level, making the discounts higher on the lower trims. AFAIK the best strategy is to consider a larger geographic area. Some dealers and some areas get more incentives/discounts than others.
 

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I second PenFed. I actually signed up with them to purchase my '17 as they offered a lower interest rate (not 0% - wow good for you!) than the dealer and competing banks were offering at the time.

Once I had the offer in hand, I negotiated with the dealer to match the PenFed rate which they did so I wound up financing through the dealer.
 
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