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1595 Views 9 Replies 6 Participants Last post by  alfon
So I came across a deal I felt was too good to pass up. New 2018 Volt Premier 60 miles on odometer all boxes checked (except blackout package) including ACC Satin Steel Metallic MSRP $41060 marked down to $33,800. Dealership had it listed as pre-owned which it wasn't and was sold to me new (tax credit eligible). I traded in my 2013 Volt, which I put 34,800 miles on the 2013, but considering what I paid for it their offer was fair. What a upgrade from my 2013! Unfortunately, it was just off the truck. I will be able to drive it home Monday.

Edit: Ok, after a little online searching looks like my price was in the ballpark. Oh well, I am happy with it.
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Congratulations on acquiring your new Volt.:)
Thanks. I've been partial to the Gen1 style, but once I drove the gen2 I decided it was time to upgrade. Gen1 is a great car and some would argue better built. I planned on driving it for a long time, but with my young kids the middle seat will work well in a pinch. Also, ACC will definitely come in handy. I considered a Bolt. However, the charging infrastructure isn't there for my commute, no ACC, and driver seat is uncomfortable. The model 3 was on the radar, but larger cash outlay. I love my wife (HA!). It really is sad Chevy has done such a poor job marketing the Volt. Faster charging and power seats of the 2019 would have been nice, but the price was right for this 18'. Can't wait for Monday!
I don't know - Sounds like a pretty sweet deal to me . . . . assuming you qualify for the full $7500

Yup, I qualify for the $7500.
Wow, that sounds like a super deal to me! Congratulations!

Thanks you!
Well I just recently got the car home and plugged it in. Adaptive Cruise home was great! This car is such a leap from the previous generation. Going to take some time learning all that’s new.
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