How did u end up at $29,000? On their website it show around $33k after rebates.We got the a 2020 Premiere a couple weeks ago... they show a sticker of 42,000ish, then by the time we got 11k off from Chevy and another 2k from whoever I was at 29,000. It was 7k cheaper than the Leaf Plus SV.
Yep, they beat their website. And it was a 2020 delivered the day before. The Leaf was 2019 and 7,000 more. It was a 5-10 minute conversation. Then we went to Nissan and haggled for two hours. Don’t ever pay MSRP. We slept on it and she picked the Bolt. We got 11k from GM and another 2k not sure where. With a 13,500 down payment and trade in.How did u end up at $29,000? On their website it show around $33k after rebates.
Can u show what rebates or incentives did you get? Thanks!
The settings area is a bit of a maze sometimes. Just go one by one until you find everything and you should be able to get rid of the horn beeps (i only have mine set to go off when i leave the key in the car; but never otherwise does it beep, so i figured out how to turn them all off).Yes, i stand corrected on the rear speakers. They are in the doors. I took a trip in the back seat and I couldn't hear the sound there....
OK. On the horn, I found the place in the settings where I could turn it off (and I did) but I think it's not fot the key left in the car. it's still doing it. i think it is doing it even for the charge port open, in some situations.
I like the Tesla 3, but the Bolt has a more comfortable seat for me. Hopefully the Tesla Y will have better seats.My wife leases a 2017 Bolt Premier and has enjoyed it thoroughly. It's due back soon, and we've been trying to decide whether to purchase a 2020 Bolt or make the jump to the Tesla Model 3. I love lots of things about the Tesla, but I don't think my wife would really care all that much about the added features. In general, a hatchback works better for us, and I know my wife likes a high seating position.
Shopping around my area (Nebraska), I've found several 2020 Premiers available, and I've been able to negotiate a price of $30,800 out-the-door (not including sales taxes or licensing fees) on one ($13,500 off MSRP). This seems pretty good to me. I've told the dealer I'm willing to write a check for $30k today for this car, and am waiting a response now. Does this seem like a good price today?
That's what I thought when I bought my 2019. Then GM discounted the 2020 at higher discount a couple months afterwards. Hard to time the purchase.Unless I absolutely had to buy a new car now, I would wait for the 2021 model to appear, then either get the upgraded version or get a truly super discount on the remaining 2020 models.