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Picked up a 2017 Volt Premier today from Rydell in Northridge with Driver's Confidence I & II, Adaptive Cruise Control, Navigation, etc.. They gave me a great Out The Door price via phone/email, we went down and picked it up. No hassle, painless, large discount.

Those prices you see on their website are not BS. They really do drop $5200 or more off a Volt. My sales guy was Patrick, he was knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. No hard sell, no bickering, no haggling. Loved it.

The first two dealers we contacted were at least 5% more for Premier ACC loaded cars, and they didn't know Volts well, and were bait and switch types. One was $4,000 more for the exact same car down to the color.

I don't do Dealership Reviews, just product testing and reviews. But trust me, try this place. You can kick me in the huevos if I'm wrong. Way better than our first two Volt buys.
 

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Oh, and they had the HOV stickers on hand so I put them on there, they put the front plate bracket on, filled the tank, charged the car, and washed it. Just smooth. Our other two Volts? Not as smooth.
 

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Yes Rydell is a good dealership for the most part. They are no haggling on the price, and offer more off the sticker than any other dealers in the area.

I would strongly recommend them, but they're not perfect. I had a minor hassle with some of the dealer installed options. They took care of them, but the sales manager was a bit of a jerk about it when I asked to see him because my salesman wasn't there. Then the parts department failed to call me back when they promised to.

Oh, and the finance guy kept pushing the extended warranty on me when I told him before he even started I wasn't interested. He claimed he had to show me the features. Okay, waste both of our times because I'm not getting it. He did his pitch, and when I said I still didn't want it, he started telling me it was a bad decision to not buy $2500 of insurance against all the computers and electronics that were surely going to go bad in this all high tech car I was plopping $40k down on. Kind of surreal trashing the reliability of your product to sell an extended warranty against it. LOL

Those couple of issues aside, Rydell was truly the best car buying experience I've ever had. A co-worker shared similar praise for Rydell on his Jeep purchase last week.

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Yeah, got mine from Rydell for $6,700 off MSRP for $35k OTD for 2017 Premier. They didnt give the the HOV lane stickers though, so i had to apply for it. :(
 
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