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Dealers are trying to clear out the 2017s with some deals which expire 31-October-2017.

I just got the following deal which I'm very happy with in San Diego:

2017 Volt Premier with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) - almost every option except for mood lighting.

$41000 MSRP

$33000 Sale Price ($36000 out the door including tax, fees, license)

Additional Post-sale Rebates
$7500 Fed
$1500 State
$700 Costco
$200 SDGE

Which add up to nearly $10000 off, making my net cost about $23000 ($26000 w/tax, fee, license).

The dealer I went to only had one Premier advertised at this price. That one sold while I was there, so they gave me the same discount on another.
 

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Dealers are trying to clear out the 2017s with some deals which expire 31-October-2017.

I just got the following deal which I'm very happy with in San Diego:

2017 Volt Premier with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) - almost every option except for mood lighting.

$41000 MSRP

$33000 Sale Price ($36000 out the door including tax, fees, license)

Additional Post-sale Rebates
$7500 Fed
$1500 State
$700 Costco
$200 SDGE

Which add up to nearly $10000 off, making my net cost about $23000 ($26000 w/tax, fee, license).

The dealer I went to only had one Premier advertised at this price. That one sold while I was there, so they gave me the same discount on another.
Which Dealer??
 

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Dealers are trying to clear out the 2017s with some deals which expire 31-October-2017.

I just got the following deal which I'm very happy with in San Diego:

2017 Volt Premier with Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) - almost every option except for mood lighting.

$41000 MSRP

$33000 Sale Price ($36000 out the door including tax, fees, license)

Additional Post-sale Rebates
$7500 Fed
$1500 State
$700 Costco
$200 SDGE

Which add up to nearly $10000 off, making my net cost about $23000 ($26000 w/tax, fee, license).

The dealer I went to only had one Premier advertised at this price. That one sold while I was there, so they gave me the same discount on another.
What's the $700 Costco rebate? Did you purchase the Volt through the Costco car buying service? By the way, I'm not sure we can count on a $200 rebate from SDGE next year. The program was set to a minimum of $50 but not very many signed up in 2017 and that's why we all got $200.
 

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The Costco Deal as I experienced it:

* regular members ($60/year) get a $300 card but executive members ($120/year) get a $700 card. I was able to stop by Costco and change my membership to executive level a few hours before buying the car. The Executive membership also gives you 1% cash back on Costco purchases, so it's not a bad deal if you are a big costco shopper.
* The Costco deal promises a certain discounted price, but you are free to, and should, negotiate for a better price first.
* You can apply the Costco deal at the time of sale - you do not need to go through their process before shopping.

SDGE:
* You are correct: it's $50 to $200 depending on # of applications - no guarantee this year will be $200.

State:
* the $1500 rebate goes as high as $3500 if you meet low income requirements: See https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/eng/income-eligibility
 
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