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Costco members: purchase/lease Volvo XC60, get $1,250 off or XC40 Recharge, get $2,000 off

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Costco members can receive an exclusive bonus on select, new 2021 Volvo models through Aug. 2, 2021:
$1,250 on XC60
$2,000 on XC40 Recharge
Plus, manufacturer incentives for which you qualify

https://www.costcoauto.com/save/b...?makeid=40

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1. Register to receive your certificate with a unique promotion code by entering your information.
2. Present a digital or printed copy of your certificate to any Volvo dealership to receive your exclusive value.
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Last Edited by kisalexx June 3, 2021 at 10:43 AM
To qualify for the Volvo Limited-Time Special, you must:

(1) be a current Costco member on or before May 31, 2021;

(2) register with Costco Auto Program online or through its call center to receive a certificate with your unique promotion code;

(3) present your certificate and unique promotion code to any authorized Volvo Car USA dealer at time of visit;

(4) take delivery between June 1, 2021 and August 2, 2021 of a new and eligible 2021 Volvo XC60 to receive a $1,250 Costco member-only bonus or a 2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge to receive a $2,000 Costco member-only bonus.

Retired demonstrator and service-loaner vehicles of these eligible models qualify for the Costco member-only bonus. The bonus will be applied at time of purchase or lease and is compatible with other eligible Volvo incentives for which the Costco member qualifies under the individual program rules. Program available to US residents only for delivery within the US at an authorized Volvo Car USA dealer only, not available in Puerto Rico, Canada or Mexico. Factory orders are not eligible. Only one (1) promotion code allowed per vehicle. Limit two (2) promotion codes per membership. Subject to change without notice.
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Excellent deal! Whoo hoo!
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So what's the over deal that folks are getting on the lease...what's the monthly payment?
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what's the sticker price on the xc40 recharge anyway.
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I don't see any other discounts or incentives going on right now..doesn't seem like there's too much of a deal to be had here. I'll check again off mobile.
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Hoping this EV version is much better than the reliability of their others. Like Jerry of the Car Pro Show says, Volvos, BMW, Mercedes, and especially Range Rovers should all be sold off before they hit 100,000 miles due to expensive repairs like transmissions, engines, etc. My mechanic said his kids college costs were mostly funded from Range Rover repairs.
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Hoping this EV version is much better than the reliability of their others. Like Jerry of the Car Pro Show says, Volvos, BMW, Mercedes, and especially Range Rovers should all be sold off before they hit 100,000 miles due to expensive repairs like transmissions, engines, etc. My mechanic said his kids college costs were mostly funded from Range Rover repairs.
Truer words have never been said...my wife's Benz ~115k miles is at the dealer for a failed transmission. I'm probably looking at something between $8-10k for a car worth $14k.
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Quote from Mr.Le :
what's the sticker price on the xc40 recharge anyway.
Pretty high, but it's a full plug-in electric.
Edmunds says it's sold around $58k
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Truer words have never been said...my wife's Benz ~115k miles is at the dealer for a failed transmission. I'm probably looking at something between $8-10k for a car worth $14k.
Ouch! Thing is these MB's are such great drivers with rock solid build quality.
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Range on this car is terrible for it's battery size, like half the eMPG of Model Y
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For anyone more knowledgeable on this; is a base XC60 with this deal worth it? I love the vehicle and need to get a second car. I've never leased before. I see folks who work as 'brokers' - is this a good deal in general to work with them?
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Truer words have never been said...my wife's Benz ~115k miles is at the dealer for a failed transmission. I'm probably looking at something between $8-10k for a car worth $14k.
Couldn't agree more. Used to really like the Range Rover but heard so many horror stories so I avoided it. Friend just had a Mercedes that had a transmission problem which was going to cost more than half the price of the vehicle.
Now with EV that's a different ball game. You can take advantage of the I think $7500 federal tax credit for full EV for all makes except Tesla and GM since they met their 200K vehicle sales. With that being said, i think they're trying to past the bill to increase the tax credit to $12k which would be a great incentive. But that $12k comes with a lot of stipulation like vehicle has to be made in the US(which i'm all for) and has to be from a union plant (which i have no idea how a consumer is supposed to know). So my only guess would be the new F150 electric truck that would meet all that criteria.
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Quote from jimx200 :
Hoping this EV version is much better than the reliability of their others. Like Jerry of the Car Pro Show says, Volvos, BMW, Mercedes, and especially Range Rovers should all be sold off before they hit 100,000 miles due to expensive repairs like transmissions, engines, etc. My mechanic said his kids college costs were mostly funded from Range Rover repairs.
Someone should tell Jerry that BMW's constantly rank higher in dependability than Ford or Chevy and even sometimes Honda.

https://www.jdpower.com/business/...-study-vds
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Someone should tell Jerry that BMW's constantly rank higher in dependability than Ford or Chevy and even sometimes Honda.

https://www.jdpower.com/business/...-study-vds
Lol..BMW was a no show: https://www.caranddriver.com/rese...able-cars/

Sorry, getting rid of the BMW before it hits 100,000 is the smart thing to do. Go visit a local automotive repair shop and there you will find your answer first hand.
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