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2017 Chevrolet Bolt Lease (So Cal): $270 (10K, 36 mo, zero down, zero drive off)

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Chevy Bolt LT w/ DC Fast Charging
MSRP: $38245
36 Months (35 payments, 1st payment waived)
Zero Down, Zero Drive-Off
10K = $269.16 per month (tax included)
12K = $280.44 (tax included)
15K = $302.99 (tax included)

Chevy Bolt Premier w/ DC Fast Charging (No packages)
MSRP: $42,530
36 Months (35 payments, 1st payment waived)
Zero Down, Zero Drive-Off
10K = $331.67 per month (tax included)
12K = $344.22 (tax included)
15K = $369.32 (tax included)

Chevy Bolt Premier w/ DC Fast Charging, Infotainment Package, & Driver Confidence Package II
MSRP: $43,510
36 Months (35 payments, 1st payment waived)
Zero Down, Zero Drive-Off
10K = $341.84 per month (tax included)
12K = $367.50 (tax included)
15K = $380.33 (tax included)

Payments are based on 9.25% sales tax for Los Angeles County. It also includes $500 current lease discount. If you don't have a lease, it's $500 more. You can still get the $2500 (or $4500 for low income) CA EV rebate on top of it. If you factor the $2500 into the monthly payments then it can come out to less than $200 per month for LT w/ 10K miles.

I got the 15K Premier w/ both packages. My salesperson was Marci. This is the second time I've leased a car with her. Both were great experiences. I highly recommend her! She is very genuine and transparent about everything. A pleasure to work with. Tell her Chris sent you.

Here is her contact info:
mobile/text: 310-291-6939
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For Bay Area Sders....here you go. I am NOT affiliated with him...just passing on info to fellow SDers. I got mine in Socal. PM me for my contact.

His inventory here on website CapitolChevySJ.com
$0 down, $0 drive off. Sign and drive.
All prices include competitive/loyalty lease rebate.
Without a current lease add $15/mo

Bolt EV LT without both options packages.(comfort and Confidence)
Monthly Payment (Plus. tax): [$263] plus your local tax rate.
for 12k miles per year ($274 plus tax)
for 15k miles per year ($295 plus tax)

Bolt EV LT with both options packages. (comfort and Confidence)
Monthly Payment (Plus. tax): [$277] plus your local tax rate.
for 12k miles per year ($288 plus tax)
for 15k miles per year ($309 plus tax)

Bolt EV Premier without both options packages. (Bose and Confidence 2)
Monthly Payment (Plus. tax): [$315] plus your local tax rate.
for 12k miles per year ($326 plus tax)
for 15k miles per year ($350 plus tax)

Bolt EV Premier with both options packages. (Bose and Confidence 2)
Monthly Payment (Plus. tax): [$327] plus your local tax rate.
for 12k miles per year ($339 plus tax)
for 15k miles per year ($363 plus tax)

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Any similar deals in CA bay area?
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I also this week got a pretty good deal at Rydell Chevrolet in Northridge (SoCal)

Base model Bolt
10k miles a year
MSRP $37495
36 Months (35 payments, 1st payment included with down)
$3490 down
10K = $144 per month (tax included)

Total rebates of $5500 (see below for amounts)
also qualify for CA rebate of $2500

If you wait around, cars that are on the lot for awhile, have a huge discount that can be used. The rebates were - Rydell bonus cash -$250 x 2 with Dealer Bonus Certificate -$1000, Rydell Discount -$3500 and competitive lease bonus cash -$500. Total -$5500 discount.

The ad listed the car lease as:
10k miles a year
Car priced at $37495 ($33495 after rebates)
Down payment $3420 1rst payment included with down
$159 a month plus city tax (9.25% ~$173.71 with LA county tax)
Rebates listed are: Dealer Bonus Certificate -$500 Dealer Discount -$3500

The more the certificates and/or bonus cash reduces the amount you can pay monthly/down payment. The website shows the discounts on each vehicle as mentioned above. If you opt to get more options, that will increase the monthly/down payment amounts. Happy Hunting if you are looking for a car like this.
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Had a Nissan leaf for 3 years. I had to regulate my ac/heat usage or else my electricity decreases 15-20 percent. Furthermore, uphill is another PITA. That alone will juice up 30 percent of your battery.
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Had a Nissan leaf for 3 years. I had to regulate my ac/heat usage or else my electricity decreases 15-20 percent. Furthermore, uphill is another PITA. That alone will juice up 30 percent of your battery.
Heat/AC usage can take 20-30% off the battery in extreme cases. But as long as you don't regularly use large percentages of the battery then its no big deal. The Hill argument is a non issue. When you travel up the hill you use more, when you go back down it you gain power back. The last time I drove in a very Hilly area I went from a budget of -20 miles over original estimate to like +20 coming back down the hill.

You've also got to remember the Bolt has an EPA range of 230 miles. This is enough for 99% of American's daily commutes even with the heater/ac losses.
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Waiting for the new Leaf
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bad gas mileage. no hdmi. fail.
"bad gas mileage"..... lol gud1
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What is the end of lease return fee?

Is Chevy picky about excess wear and tear?

Wonder what 24 mo lease terms are.
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If you can deal with short range electrics check out used Sparks, Leafs and other city type electric cars. They have brutal depreciation and can be had super cheap used. The payment would be $100 or so less than this and that's for owning not leasing.
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Keep in mind the CVRP rebate has exhausted its funding for 16-17 and are awaiting more funding. Unless you are a qualified low income applicant, you'll be placed on a waitlist.

From the CVRP website:
"As of June 30, 2017, only qualified lower-income applicants, as described here, will receive rebates. CVRP reserved $8 million for qualified lower-income applicants, thereby prioritizing payments to low- and moderate-income applicants in accordance with program requirements. All other applicants will be placed on a rebate waitlist. Qualified applicants on the rebate waitlist will receive payment if the project receives more funding from the State of California."
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Any similar deals in CA bay area?
Bay Area is running $109 per month around $5k down for LE or $129 per for premium. Was shopping a car for the wife this past weekend. We didn't get it, but I thought it was awesome deal.
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As much as I love my 2013 Volt, then 35 mile range on electric in the spring/summer/fall is fine, but the 20 mile range in the winter is awful. Frown I'm really interested in the Bolt when it comes to Wisconsin, but I'm a bit worried about losing ~35% of my range in winters.
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I also this week got a pretty good deal at Rydell Chevrolet in Northridge (SoCal)

Base model Bolt
10k miles a year
MSRP $37495
36 Months (35 payments, 1st payment included with down)
$3490 down
10K = $144 per month (tax included)

Total rebates of $5500 (see below for amounts)
also qualify for CA rebate of $2500

If you wait around, cars that are on the lot for awhile, have a huge discount that can be used. The rebates were - Rydell bonus cash -$250 x 2 with Dealer Bonus Certificate -$1000, Rydell Discount -$3500 and competitive lease bonus cash -$500. Total -$5500 discount.

The ad listed the car lease as:
10k miles a year
Car priced at $37495 ($33495 after rebates)
Down payment $3420 1rst payment included with down
$159 a month plus city tax (9.25% ~$173.71 with LA county tax)
Rebates listed are: Dealer Bonus Certificate -$500 Dealer Discount -$3500

The more the certificates and/or bonus cash reduces the amount you can pay monthly/down payment. The website shows the discounts on each vehicle as mentioned above. If you opt to get more options, that will increase the monthly/down payment amounts. Happy Hunting if you are looking for a car like this.
Why would you ever have a down payment on a lease? If it was a refundable security deposit, that's one thing, but a down payment is a waste of money with a lease.
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If you can deal with short range electrics check out used Sparks, Leafs and other city type electric cars. They have brutal depreciation and can be had super cheap used. The payment would be $100 or so less than this and that's for owning not leasing.
Comparing monthly payments of leasing vs buying is not a good idea, IMO. This is how dealerships get you - by talking about monthly payments. The questions should be "what is the total I'm paying, what am I getting, and is that worth it to me?"
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