2015 Chevrolet Volt Lease Deal

MAY 24 2015 BY ERIC LOVEDAY 6

Rydell Chevrolet of Northridge, California has a few swell deals right now on the 2015 Chevrolet Volt.

The headline deals is a $159 per month lease.  The fine print is rather difficult to see, but it states that it’s a 36-month, 10,000-mile per year lease.  The $3,290 due at signing includes tax, license fees, dealer and government fees and first month payment.

The buy deals on the 2015 Volt are hard to beat too.

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speculawyer

False advertising there i think. Aren’t the green stickers all gone?

DL

Dealers have pre-stickered many of their cars in inventory.

Thomas J. Thias

As of 5.11.2015,some 3,744 may still remain, till the Gov takes action again!

“As of as May 11, 2015, the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has issued the 66,255 Green Clean Air Vehicle decals. The maximum number of decals available is 70,000.”

Quoting CA Air Resources Board Web Site.

Link Goes To Air Resources-

http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/carpool/carpool.htm

Best-

Thomas J. Thias

Sundance Chevrolet Inc.

517-749-0532

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In culver city, Los angeles http://www.bunninchevrolet.com, Lease for $149+ tax for 36 months. $3250 down + 1st payment, taxes, DMV fees and ACQ fees. $0 security deposit. 10K miles per year, 25¢ per excess mile. Lease payment includes $500 GM Lease Loyalty/Comp Lease rebate. On approved credit. All 2015 Volt in stock w/MSRP $35,230.

Spark is better for me because....

…$110 a month negotiated. $900something drive off. NO down payment.

use plugshare to see if you have SAE COMBO PLUG quick charger in your area. if yes, add $15 a month for EVGO and $2 per quick charge (10 cents a minute) and you’ll get 80% of Leaf reach for 1/3 the cost.

And it will give you almost 3x the EV range of the volt.

Remember volt has no quick charge! so unless you’re always plugging at home (not possible in apartments) you’re always on gas anyway!

Many people might as well go electric.

Blackleaf13

What dealer?