Costco has leaked the 2017 Chevy Bolt Configurator on their site before Chevy put it on their site.
Here's the link: https://www.costcoauto.com/enterzip...ars/results.aspx?modelid=29878&modelyear=2017
Just put in your zip code and you're good to go.
Invoice price is really a crock anyways. 20 years ago invoice price was a good 15% under MSRP, but nowadays it's barely 4-5%. And that narrowing gap between invoice and MSRP is no accident.The Costco configuration page is still up, so I assume it wasn't really a leak and has been pre-approved by chevy. Not a huge price difference between invoice and MSRP.
I don't think it's a bad sign at all, since none of us will be ordering directly from Chevrolet. For better or worse we must go through the dealerships, which have agreements with membership programs like AAA, Consumer Reports, and Costco. These services have an incentive to set up their portals because they're rewarded for funneling customers to dealerships.I think this is a bad sign. If the "mother ship" doesn't have their act together, how well do you think the satellite dealerships will be prepared for this entirely new car being added to their lineup?
On the other hand, the salesperson at the dealership I'm working with said he went to training a week ago in anticipation of their receipt of their first deliveries.
Keeping fingers crossed!!!