Yep, '16s have been flying out of DC/VA/MD showrooms ever since that 20% off deal started.Hi,
I got this offer in email from the dealer I bought my 2012 from. Looks pretty good to me. Can I get better some place else?
Yes, GM Is currently offering 20% off remaining 2016 Premier Volts. If you're lucky, you will find some dealers who will give you a dealer discount on top of the 20%. I believe this sale ends July 8th.
So then make a prediction on number of sales for July -- 2,000? 2,200? From looking at cars.com a couple weeks ago I think there was about 400-500 2016 models showing in inventory IIRC.... I bet that number will be pretty low a few days from now.It is truly a feeding frenzy. The 5 '16s I found on various dealership websites in my area that I asked about have either already been sold, or are in the process of being sold. One that wasn't actually sold yet, the dealer said they were getting inquiries from all over the country and would only give a $500 dealer discount on top of the rebate.
Clarkson, better get on that horse ASAP!
I think the 2k barrier will definitely be broken....maybe even have a chance to eclipse 3k if the '17s sell well enough?So then make a prediction on number of sales for July -- 2,000? 2,200? From looking at cars.com a couple weeks ago I think there was about 400-500 2016 models showing in inventory IIRC.... I bet that number will be pretty low a few days from now.
Probably...this is simple. Gas prices are LOW, very low. The Volt, while priced at a premium market, is still a small car that is utterly misunderstood. Supply is high and demand is low=discounts.Can we expect to see a similar discount this time next year if there are 2017s still on the lot while the 2018s are out? I haven't followed GM marketing so I was curious to know if this is an annual expectation or an incredibly good offer. I priced out a 2016 Volt Premier MSRP at $40,038, marked down to $28,589 before the federal $7,500 credit and the expiring Ca $2,500 credit.