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2017 Chevy Bolt LT So Cal Lease (10K, 36 mo) w/ Costco Discount: $247 per month + $700 Costco Cash Card

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Hey guys. I posted a deal last month on a Chevy Bolt lease. I just received an email from my salesperson Marci with a new offer they are running for Costco members. This is a much better deal than the one I got Mad It's roughly $20-$30 cheaper per month, plus you get up to a $700 Costco cash card if you're an executive member. Which is a $55 upgrade over the basic membership, but it's a no-brainer if you plan on getting the lease. If you factor in all the incentives ($2500 EV rebate and $700 Costco cash card), the lowest Bolt LT will cost you around $153 per month. If you're an SCE or PGE customer you can get a $450-$500 rebate from them also. Do note that the $2500 EV rebate is current on wait-list status since they ran out of funding. Although from what I understand, this is normal.

Update: Looks like funding was approved 👍
https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/en...st-mean-me

Here are the details:

With Costco Program, same as GM supplier, past & present military, school employee, has been a college or graduate student in the last 2 years, or has a current student ID, except You are also eligible for a Costco Cash Card ($700 for Executive Members & $300 for Gold Star and Business Members)! 36 months/35 payments, $0 out of pocket, including LA County 9.5% tax (based on registration address), with a lease in household ($500 value), money factor .00078 (Pre-paid option available which lowers money factor to .00005.), GM employees and relatives get a better deal. Special paint and higher mileage options also available. Delivery to home or work available. Please contact Marci at 310-291-6939 if you want the deal.


LT with Fast Charge Provisions without special paint charge MSRP $38,245
10,000 $246.51 61% residual
12,000 $257.81 60% residual
15,000 $280.41 58% residual


LT with Fast Charge Provisions, Comfort & Convenience Package, & Driver Confidence Package without special paint charge MSRP $39,295
10,000 $262.59 61% residual
12,000 $274.22 60% residual
15,000 $297.45 58% residual


Premier with Fast Charge Provisions without special paint charge MSRP $42,530
10,000 $284.17 60% residual
12,000 $296.76 59% residual
15,000 $321.90 57% residual


Premier with Fast Charge Provisions, Infotainment Package, & Driver Confidence Package II without special paint charge MSRP $43,510
10,000 $293.65 60% residual
12,000 $306.51 59% residual
15,000 $332.23 57% residual


As for my experience with the car itself, I've had it for about a month and I love it. It's extremely efficient. The range is estimated at 238 miles but I've been getting around 260-270 based on my daily driving which is a 50/50 mix of freeway and street. I got the top Premier model with all the options. Honestly though, I think I would've been fine with the base LT model with DC fast charging. The extra options are nice but nothing I couldn't live without. The main reasons to go for the Premier would be the upgraded interior (vinyl seats) and the upgraded wheels. The Bose sound system is nice too but you can also get that with the regular LT. The vinyl seats and wheels are only for the Premier.

Edit: The driver park assist package is only available on the Premier model.

https://www.costco.com/auto-progr...vices.html
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Last Edited by svsfan October 19, 2017 at 11:19 PM
OP:

Ask your friend Marci to prepare a "Special Deal" for the secret society, sometime around March of next year when all her previous Lease customers return their Sparks.
She can vacation for another 3 years afterwards.

KingUltra you are missing the boat, jump on this deal now. Svsfan

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Thanks for this post - will look into this a bit more!
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$42k seems really high for a dinky economy car with vinyl seats...
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Where did fleasing or leasing guy go?
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Few questions: How did you arrive at the $153 per month number. Is this through dealer and if so which dealership or Costco store? Can you use the HOV lane for FREE with these Volt. That last part would be the main reason I would consider this since I'm not a big fan of lease but the traffic in CA is a nightmare so HOV lane makes a big difference.
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Can you supply the number to your sales guy
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wait for the new Nissan Leaf
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Can you supply the number to your sales guy
Marci at 310-291-6939
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This is a pretty decent deal and this is not a "dinky economy car with vinyl seats" nor is it 42k after a ton of local and federal incentives. Total cost after incentives will be flirting with 30k. This is an electric car which will mean you don't buy gas any more.

One thing I will mention is that as winter comes if you live anywhere that gets under 50 degrees your range will drop like a rock in the winter. My winter and summer range in Seattle which doesn't get THAT cold is probably about 40% less in the winter. I have a Leaf, not a Bolt but it is pretty universal to electric cars that the winter range is less.

Last year to drive 11k miles I spent roughly $250 in fuel (electricity) and electric cars require much less maintenance (no oil changes, etc).
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wait for the new Nissan Leaf
I'd keep saying that when something new comes out. In the end, I'd still drive my old 2001 Corolla with 300,000 miles on it. EEK!
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I'd keep saying that when something new comes out. In the end, I'd still drive my old 2001 Corolla with 300,000 miles on it. EEK!
And save thousands dollars 😉
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I got one of these at top trim on a 12k lease from the dealer for $160 a month with 6k down. the $3000 from government rebates made it even better Smilie
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This is a pretty decent deal and this is not a "dinky economy car with vinyl seats" nor is it 42k after a ton of local and federal incentives. Total cost after incentives will be flirting with 30k. This is an electric car which will mean you don't buy gas any more.

One thing I will mention is that as winter comes if you live anywhere that gets under 50 degrees your range will drop like a rock in the winter. My winter and summer range in Seattle which doesn't get THAT cold is probably about 40% less in the winter. I have a Leaf, not a Bolt but it is pretty universal to electric cars that the winter range is less.

Last year to drive 11k miles I spent roughly $250 in fuel (electricity) and electric cars require much less maintenance (no oil changes, etc).
wow, your leaf drops that much?! My 500e will drop maybe 20% in the winter. It floats around the 45 degree mark too.
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wow, your leaf drops that much?! My 500e will drop maybe 20% in the winter. It floats around the 45 degree mark too.
It's because the Leafs do not have thermal battery management. My Spark EV takes a hit but not that much either. About 10% in 30-32 degree weather (no battery conditioning). In the summer, it takes about 1-4% in 105+ degree weather for battery conditioning.

Stop using the heater during the winter and just bring a blanket so you don't use up your battery power. Haha! LMAO
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