Get $1,500 In Discounts On 2016 Chevrolet Volt

OCT 19 2015 BY MARK KANE 26

Finally In Production THIS Month - The 2016 Chevrolet Volt

2016 Chevrolet Volt

The 2016 Chevrolet Volt gets up to $1,500 in discounts right from the start.

According to the CarsDirect, General Motors gives residents in select regions a purchase bonus of $1,000 under its Volt Incremental Consumer Cash Program:

  • California
  • Connecticut
  • Massachusetts
  • Maryland
  • Maine
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Oregon
  • Rhode Island
  • Vermont

$1,000 can’t be combined with promotional APR or lease offers, but another $500 is offered to current non-GM lessees.

The Older 2015 Chevrolet Volt is eligible for $2,500 in discounts ($1,000 customer cash offer and $1,500 bonus) plus another $2,500 loyalty bonus if you have own a 1st generation Volt (not applicable on a new 2016 Volt trade-in).

Source: CarsDirect

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Dust off allowances from an old GM credit card, combine with state/federal rebates and Volt2 will be just above $20k, for some. Huge tech value.

exactly what i did when i bought my 2014. it cost the same as a diesel cruze i was originally going to get but once i stumbled into solar deals it was a no brainer to buy the volt! i never regretted it to date and am waiting for 2 – 3year in on gen 2 model before i upgrade.

CT, MA, MD, ME, NH, NJ, NY, OR, RI, and VT,

The carb states. Also the only places the 2016 Volt is offered.

…because they’re releasing the 2017 much sooner and changing the model year schedule.

Why some people would conflate the abbreviated model year with a “CARB Compliance Offering” just baffles me… especially since the Volt doesn’t give them any ZEV credits!

Yeah, that’s the GM party line.

Smart people would try to sell cars where people actually buy them…

Those are the hotter selling Volt states.

Why would you want to sell Volt in MT or WY? when other states are screaming for Volt?

More GM party line. What they are doing is obvious grooming behavior from GM. Of course the cars sell better there since its the only place they are being sold.
GM wants to get the Volt some credits as other plug-ins have such as: “During a CARB hearing last month regulators loosened the rules to allow automakers with the smallest California sales, namely Jaguar Land Rover, Volvo, Mitsubishi, Mazda and Subaru, to count plug-in hybrids.”

So they are giving the carb states preferential treatment in hopes that it will give them some ammunition in their fight to get the Volt some credits.
the 50 state roll out is a hoax too as the 2017 Volt will be heavily production constrained, though it will be available in the carb states first.

“More GM party line. What they are doing is obvious grooming behavior from GM.” More GM hater lines I guess… The fact is that CARB states or compliances states usually also have some of the best market conditions for PEVs or incentives so the sales in those states are naturally higher. “Of course the cars sell better there since its the only place they are being sold.” Completely BS since Volt was rolled out nationwide and there are more Chevy dealers rejecting the Volt after it was launched in the NON-CARB states than CARB states. ” GM wants to get the Volt some credits as other plug-ins have such as: “During a CARB hearing last month regulators loosened the rules to allow automakers with the smallest California sales, namely Jaguar Land Rover, Volvo, Mitsubishi, Mazda and Subaru, to count plug-in hybrids.”” Is GM the so called “small California automakers”? NO! So you are just making up stuff to hate on GM now. “So they are giving the carb states preferential treatment in hopes that it will give them some ammunition in their fight to get the Volt some credits.” YOu have no clue on how CARB credits work. Learn about… Read more »

“especially since the Volt doesn’t give them any ZEV credits”
Actually the Volt does give them TZEV credits. While not as important as ZEV credits, it does count towards their quota.

Nothin for Canada or Quebec…. as usual:(

Did you miss the picture on Canadian Volt delivery covered by Inside Ev or do you have selected memory?

It’ll be interesting to see what they offer for the 2017 50-state roll-out! The precedent has been set so they better live up to it (at least)!

That’s what they are saying, but it just won’t happen that way.

Haters will always find ways to hate.

What is it you mean by “that” is what they say. I don’t even understand your comment (even if it is considered a “hater” response)

So someone buying in MD would have the following rebates/incentives available on a ’16 Volt purchase:

– $1k consumer cash
– $1k private offer (or $500 lease conquest/$750 USAA)
– $2,300 MD state tax rebate
– $700 Costco card (for Costco members, along with invoice pricing)
– $7,500 fed tax credit

So if we include the Costo cash card, that’s $12,500 in incentives. A base model ’16 costs just over $21k after all incentives. Hard to beat that deal. Combine GM card earnings for extra fun.

any tips on how to get the private offer? is it still active?

the private offer is pretty easy to get, go to cars.com, do a search for the volt, and basically click around the different pages for it, features/specs, and checking inventory, and it will pop up. it also helps to be in private/incognito browsing mode, depending on your browser.

also forgot to mention, it is good until Nov 2, but it seems like they renew it pretty regularly, so if you arent ready to buy immediately, you could probably get one after that anyway

thanks. I actually got one just a few days ago. I just browsed Chevrolet.com, select Vehicles\Volt\2016 Volt, it popped up on my first attempt.

yes, it expires Nov. 2. However, not many MA dealers have volt’16 on their lots. Probably have to do this again in Nov.

on the other hand, still debating between volt’16 and a plugin SUV (outlander or cross-blue). Given my 14 volt only seats 4, we need a family hauler …

Let’s see, trade a ’13 Volt, plus $7,500 in cash and discounts, or knock .2 seconds off the P85D, with Ludicrous? Hmmm. How’s that for perspective?

It’s a great time to buy a car like this, before gas prices go up again.

I would if they deigned to sell it in my state.

If I don’t trade in my 14 volt, can I still get the $2500 loyalty bonus? I am seriously considering a 16 volt to upgrade my second car.

I believe you can still get the loyalty bonus without a trade, though I’m not certain.

Discount on a Chevrolet that won’t be available in my state until mid 2016… ridiculous. Already bought something else. There, now loose the fanboy hate…