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I think I got a pretty good deal on a new Silver 2018 Volt LT. Price was $29,000 + TTL.

With the following credits/incentives:
- $7500 Federal tax credit
- $1500 CA rebate
- $700 Costco Executive member gift card
- $450 SCE rebate
= $18,850 + TTL for a brand new car

Would’ve gotten an even sweeter deal with 0% apr financing if I had been able to find a 2017 but they were all sold out. Ended up getting 2.39% though from my credit union so still worked out well.
 

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Nice deal. I just bought a 2017 Saturday and with less than 10 Volts within 150 miles and my location it is harder to deal on them. I managed 31K for a 35.5K MSRP on a 2017 with 0% for 60 and they were extremely generous on my trade. This does not include state or federal incentives.
 

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A 2018 Volt for the price of a 2018 Civic or Corolla, I'm pretty sure, at least in my book, the Volt wins with more technology than both cars put together and better gas mpg's as well, not including the 45-60+ miles you can and will get on an electric charge for pure 100% electric driving...
 
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