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Costco Auto offering $3k incentive on Chevy Bolt EV (lease or purchase)

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Not sure if anyone is looking for a cheaper alternative clean fuel vehicle like the Bolt...
From Costco's email in case you have not already seen it:
During the Chevrolet Bolt Limited‑Time Special, Costco members can take advantage of exclusive savings on the Chevrolet Bolt EV. Purchase or lease a new 2020 or 2021 Chevrolet Bolt EV by Jan. 4, 2021, and combine:

A $3,000 Costco member‑only incentive
Available Chevrolet Bolt EV incentives for which the member qualifies

A 30month lease may be $158/month or less depending on your location. See article below:
https://cleantechnica.com/2020/09...%20savings.

Costco auto link to sign up for the Bolt $3000 incentive.
https://www.costcoauto.com/save/m...olt&cmpc=1
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Whats the final price? Why are they giving you monthly payments? Whats the term is it 60 72 or 96mths
He is talking about 36 month Lease, so at $1309 + 7735 (221x35) = $~9,000 which does not look that great considering under $~6K Onepays I've seen on Leasehackr
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To get $158/month you need to be already leasing a GM vehicle and live in San Francisco.

What a waste of my time to even look.
If you live in San Francisco, and qualify for all 3 discounts, One dealer is advertising Onepays for $4800, which is ~ $133 a month. Not everyone qualifies, but life is not fair to begin with.
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He is talking about 36 month Lease, so at $1309 + 7735 (221x35) = $~9,000 which does not look that great considering under $~6K Onepays I've seen on Leasehackr

If you live in San Francisco, and qualify for all 3 discounts, One dealer is advertising Onepays for $4800, which is ~ $133 a month. Not everyone qualifies, but life is not fair to begin with.
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So my dealership has a 2020 Bolt LT with DC Fast Charger lease for $69/ Month with$3995 due at signing. Does that mean with the Costco offer, its $995 due at signing at $69/ month? Never done a lease before...
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Do you have to lease???
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Do you have to lease???
You can purchase as well
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Try to call them and discuss. I think they would even offer to pay the last 2 months lease payment. Today I got all inclusive payment of 6100 USD. 10K Per Year for 36 Months. Hope will get the two rebates one 2000 and other one 800 from PGE
So Costco $3000 savings will be on top of $6100. Basically your net cost is $3100, of course you get $2000 CVRP rebate, so effective price is $1100 for 36 months. Is my math right? Seems like a super deal
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I don't have a current lease, but am a Costco member and in the SF Bay Area, and was offered 6200 as a one pay, which I think is pretty good for not having a current lease.
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Any advice here- can you negotiate the best price with dealer and then present this at the end of negotiations as an added incentive? If not, I wonder if dealers will just reflect this in what they would have already discounted during negotiations.
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Sooooo. I was actually at a dealership yesterday and they one got a 1 star from me on google review for telling me a price that wasn't true.

Essentially you can get a base model for around $21k before taxes. I'm looking at a base model with drivers confidence packages (1 and 2) for around 22k if they don't add on their stupid $2,500 "accessory bundle that's mandatory and not included in final price I see online their site. The associate I spoke to at a different location two hours ago said he would give me a call right back with his bottom price after talking to a manager and still haven't so I think they just want me to go away.

I'm getting annoyed though because the first Chevy-owned dealership I visited yesterday (not a franchisee) said the deal stacked with costco and said the costco discount wasn't already included in the price and then when I got there they were like "oh whoops it was, our bad" when I asked multiple times. They said "we really want to make a deal with you" and I'm like, okay, sell me the car for $20k. They were like, How about this, we'll sell you the car for $25k but we'll give you $5k for trading in you car. That means you're only paying $20k. Then they said something along the lines of, how about we take $25 off each month's payment, but instead of paying it in 60 months you pay it in 80? Then I said give me my keys and I left.

And that's why I haven't even thought about purchasing a car in 7 years haha.
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