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Got the private offer from Chevy like most people here and decided to use it on the 2017 Volt base model.
Final sale price: $25200
OTD: $279xx
Considering the tax credit and rebate from California and electrical company it seems to be a pretty decent deal.
Hopefully the car will last long.
 

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Got the private offer from Chevy like most people here and decided to use it on the 2017 Volt base model.
Final sale price: $25200
OTD: $279xx
Considering the tax credit and rebate from California and electrical company it seems to be a pretty decent deal.
Hopefully the car will last long.
That a steal of a price. Just wondering, I have never received a private offer from GM. Is one of the requirements is to have a GM credit card? Also can the private offer be stacked on other discounts as well?
 

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private offer cannot be stacked (at least that was what the dealer told me). I received offer via mail, (previous volt owner)
 

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private offer cannot be stacked (at least that was what the dealer told me). I received offer via mail, (previous volt owner)
I was under the impression that the private offer is stackable add it is just like cash paid by GM towards the final price. Is this not accurate?

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My wife and I are on our now 2nd Volt. The first a 2014 purchased new, and last July, a 2016 Volt Premier purchased new as well. Seems like we would qualify for one of those private offers from GM.
 

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My wife and I are on our now 2nd Volt. The first a 2014 purchased new, and last July, a 2016 Volt Premier purchased new as well. Seems like we would qualify for one of those private offers from GM.
I bought a 2016 Volt in Oct. 2015. So far this year have received two private offers for 3K on a new Volt. The first a by email and the second was by snail-mail for the private offer.
 

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Got the private offer from Chevy like most people here and decided to use it on the 2017 Volt base model.
Final sale price: $25200
OTD: $279xx
Considering the tax credit and rebate from California and electrical company it seems to be a pretty decent deal.
Hopefully the car will last long.
What was the MSRP? Which dealer?
 

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Congrats on your find. It looks like $18K is the new low number for a Volt G2 LT!!! You're the second person today to report such low numbers because of a private offer. Having purchased all GM vehicles for decades and owning a GM card, I'm a bit hurt the GM never shared the love with me.
 

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I was working on a deal over the weekend and emailed about 10 dealers. The best price I could get for an LT with leather was $28,400, which includes $2,500 of rebates after a dealer discount of $4,500. I told them i have a private offer, hoping to get the price to $25,400, but they indeed confirmed that the offer won't stack with other rebates. So i'd be trading the $2,500 in rebates (which includes a $1,500 lease conquest offer) for $3,000. So it works out to about $500 extra for me. Not compelling enough to make me rush to beat an August 31 deadline.

Can those who are getting $25,xxx final prices with the private offer explain how the discounts work and which dealers they bought from?

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I was working on a deal over the weekend and emailed about 10 dealers. The best price I could get for an LT with leather was $28,400, which includes $2,500 of rebates after a dealer discount of $4,500. I told them i have a private offer, hoping to get the price to $25,400, but they indeed confirmed that the offer won't stack with other rebates. So i'd be trading the $2,500 in rebates (which includes a $1,500 lease conquest offer) for $3,000. So it works out to about $500 extra for me. Not compelling enough to make me rush to beat an August 31 deadline.

Can those who are getting $25,xxx final prices with the private offer explain how the discounts work and which dealers they bought from?

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What was the other $1000 in your rebate? Also, I didn't know you could apply a lease conquest rebate to a purchase.
 

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GM offer of $3000 can be used in conjunction with any dealer rebates/specials. The only thing they would not let me stack is the 0 pct financing that is offered by GM. Don't let them "sucker" you in. The GM offer even has in writing "negotiate your best price then present GM $3000" (something to that wording)...good luck

BTW.. I live in the Bay Area and I had to travel over 1hr away because my local chevy dealers basically told me that's a good deal and they couldn't touch it. (or probably didn't think they were making enough profit)
 

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GM offer of $3000 can be used in conjunction with any dealer rebates/specials. The only thing they would not let me stack is the 0 pct financing that is offered by GM. Don't let them "sucker" you in. The GM offer even has in writing "negotiate your best price then present GM $3000" (something to that wording)...good luck

BTW.. I live in the Bay Area and I had to travel over 1hr away because my local chevy dealers basically told me that's a good deal and they couldn't touch it. (or probably didn't think they were making enough profit)
Not sure this is accurate. Every dealer has told me it's not combinable with the lease conquest or the standard $1k rebate (Which goes away if you choose the 0% financing).

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GM offer of $3000 can be used in conjunction with any dealer rebates/specials. The only thing they would not let me stack is the 0 pct financing that is offered by GM. Don't let them "sucker" you in. The GM offer even has in writing "negotiate your best price then present GM $3000" (something to that wording)...good luck

BTW.. I live in the Bay Area and I had to travel over 1hr away because my local chevy dealers basically told me that's a good deal and they couldn't touch it. (or probably didn't think they were making enough profit)
My dealership did the same thing in 2013. There was a 0% financing deal out there, but if you took that, one of the other rebates disappeared making the car more expensive overall. I ended up with a different financing deal at 1.99% with their finance department going through a local credit union. Now that this car is paid off, I vow to never finance a car again, no matter what the interest rate.

Obviously, there are enough buyers in the Bay Area where the dealers are certain they can make more. So driving into the boonies to save a few thousand dollars is well worth it. I've driven 300 miles round trip to pick up cars before. A few grand pays for extra gas and a very nice lunch or dinner along the way.
 
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