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Wentworth Chevrolet, Portland Oregon, already has 2017 Volt LT's at $5,000 off M.S.R.P. which brings the price for a base model down to a little over $29,000. (with Fed Tax Credit of course $21,500). No sales tax in Oregon as well.

I think the price may actually go lower as Wentworth may be anticipating a 20% off MSRP soon from GM, just a hunch.

When I see the price of a 2017 Volt LT drop even lower to about $25,000 I just may pull the trigger as we qualify for the Fed Tax Credit 100%.
 

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I don't think the 2018 Volt will be much or perhaps any different than the 2017 Volt. When we purchased our 2016 Volt Premier it was in July 2016 at Wilsonville Chevrolet, 15 miles or so south of Portland Oregon. At that time GM offered 20% off MSRP and the dealer kick in another $3,000 off, a total of $11,000 off MSRP, the price was so low that we could not pass it up. In fact earlier my brother in law called me and told me about the offer from their home in Arizona. He told me if I didn't buy it he would. Well we bought it and a week later my sister and him purchased a new 2017 Volt LT.
 

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Alfon,, did your sister and brother all go to Oregon to purchase? I'm holding out for 20% off deals. I don't mind fly and drives as I've bought 3 BMW motorcycles that way.. Makes for a good road trip and stories down the road..
No I believe they purchased their 2017 Volt LT locally in Arizona where thet live in Mesa. If I didn't buy it my brother in law would have called Wilsonville Chevrolet and placed a hold deposit on it and him and my sister would have flown up to Portland, pick up the Volt and spend a few days with us before heading out.
 
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