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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,714
    Wayne said:

    Looking for current residuals and MF for Volt. 39/15k & 39/20k

    I assume the $7,500 tax credit comes off the cap cost initially, what other incentives are there. I have two leases currently in the household. ZIP 34957

    Thank You

    39/15
    .00102 MF and 45% residual
    $2900 lease cash

    As a lessee, you aren't eligible for the tax credit.
    But, check with a dealer for other incentives on top of the lease cash.

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  • WayneWayne FLPosts: 4
    edited August 2018
    kyfdx

    How I understand it is that on a lease, the tax credit comes of the cap cost. If it were a purchase, you would claim it in following year tax return.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,714
    Wayne said:

    kyfdx

    How I understand it is that on a lease, the tax credit comes of the cap cost. If it were a purchase, you would claim it in following year tax return.

    The bank gets the tax credit, as they are the owner of the vehicle.

    Some banks/manufacturers pass through the tax credit as a consumer rebate. But, in this case, it's just $2900.
    Most of the makes that have the bigger rebates, also have very low residuals (for instance, the Nissan Leaf has a $7500+ rebate, but the residual is in the low 30s percent range).

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  • WayneWayne FLPosts: 4
    I actually sell the Karma Revero, we apply the full $7,500 on the cap cost of a lease. A friend of mine is also a regional rep for Porsche Financial, they do the same. The bank claims the tax credit and should pass it to the consumer in the form of a rebate. I'm not sure if other brands can only offer a 'portion', it should be the full amount that qualifies for that vehicle. I need to look into that.

    Why wouldn't the consumer get the full amount that they qualify for?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,714
    Wayne said:

    I actually sell the Karma Revero, we apply the full $7,500 on the cap cost of a lease. A friend of mine is also a regional rep for Porsche Financial, they do the same. The bank claims the tax credit and should pass it to the consumer in the form of a rebate. I'm not sure if other brands can only offer a 'portion', it should be the full amount that qualifies for that vehicle. I need to look into that.

    Why wouldn't the consumer get the full amount that they qualify for?

    "The bank claims the tax credit"

    You could have stopped right there. It's up to the bank and the manufacturer how they want to handle it.

    The could pass along $7500 as a rebate, but put a real-world residual of 35% on the vehicle. Or, keep the credit and give the customer a residual of 55%. In the end, it's a wash. As a lessee, the customer has no claim to the tax credit. They aren't transferable.

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  • The_Big_BadThe_Big_Bad Southern CaliforniaPosts: 2
    On a 36/15 LT lease (92692), the quote I received referred to a $6900 "lease only rebate". Although the dealer said that this rebate represents the amount of the federal credit that is being passed to me, based on this thread it looks like that is the sum of the $2900 lease cash and the $4000 customer incentive. Anyone know which is right?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,714

    On a 36/15 LT lease (92692), the quote I received referred to a $6900 "lease only rebate". Although the dealer said that this rebate represents the amount of the federal credit that is being passed to me, based on this thread it looks like that is the sum of the $2900 lease cash and the $4000 customer incentive. Anyone know which is right?

    Those two explanations are not exclusive to each other.

    The $6900 is the total of the two incentives.... and, it represents a rebate, in lieu of the federal tax credit, which you aren't eligible for as a lessee.

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  • prkprk 95051Posts: 8
    Hello, Looking for Chevy Volt Premier for 36/10, MF, Residual and Incentives in 95070. Thank you.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199
    prk said:

    Hello, Looking for Chevy Volt Premier for 36/10, MF, Residual and Incentives in 95070. Thank you.

    .00102 and 49%
    $2525 lease cash
    +$4000 customer incentive

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  • The_Big_BadThe_Big_Bad Southern CaliforniaPosts: 2
    FYI, just did a 36/15 lease for Premier with confidence 1, confidence 2, and adaptive cruise control for $11984 one pay.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199

    FYI, just did a 36/15 lease for Premier with confidence 1, confidence 2, and adaptive cruise control for $11984 one pay.

    Congrats!

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  • Ledgar1234Ledgar1234 Elk Grove Posts: 2
    Any Changes in lease rates or incentives for Labor Day?   
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199

    Any Changes in lease rates or incentives for Labor Day?   

    August numbers are still in effect through 9/4

    What trim, term and miles per year?

    What ZIP code?

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  • Ledgar1234Ledgar1234 Elk Grove Posts: 2
    95757 zip .  Premier trim 3yr 15k mileage .  
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199

    95757 zip .  Premier trim 3yr 15k mileage .  

    .00102 and 46%
    $2525 lease cash
    +$4000 customer incentive

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  • Zip 63101.  36/12 on LT trim 
    thanks. 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199
    justin222 said:

    Zip 63101.  36/12 on LT trim 
    thanks. 

    .00102 and 49%
    $2900 lease cash

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  • uke2uke2 Posts: 5
    36/12K and 36/15K for Chevy volt premier trim.  Zip code 45242.    Looking for dealer buy rate Mf and % residual; also any incentives?   
  • April03April03 94555Posts: 1
    Zip 94555. 36/10 on LT trim. Current Leaf Leasee. GM Supplier Discount. MF, Residual, Incentives Pls. Thx
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199
    uke2 said:

    36/12K and 36/15K for Chevy volt premier trim.  Zip code 45242.    Looking for dealer buy rate Mf and % residual; also any incentives?   

    .00102 and 48% / 46%
    $2525 lease cash

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199
    April03 said:

    Zip 94555. 36/10 on LT trim. Current Leaf Leasee. GM Supplier Discount. MF, Residual, Incentives Pls. Thx

    .00102 and 50%
    $2900 lease cash
    +$4000 customer incentive

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  • EyesOnlyEyesOnly Bay AreaPosts: 2
    Hi, 36/10K for Chevy volt premier trim.  Zip code 95051. Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,714
    EyesOnly said:

    Hi, 36/10K for Chevy volt premier trim.  Zip code 95051. Thanks!

    .00102 MF and 49% residual
    $2525 lease cash
    +$4000 customer incentive

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  • Can I get numbers for 10K/36mo and 12K/36mo, ZIP 90504, no current lease, no GM supplier discount. Volt Premiere with DC 1&2 plus adaptive cruise options. Much appreciated!!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199

    Can I get numbers for 10K/36mo and 12K/36mo, ZIP 90504, no current lease, no GM supplier discount. Volt Premiere with DC 1&2 plus adaptive cruise options. Much appreciated!!

    .00102 and 49% / 48%
    $2525 lease cash
    +$4000 customer incentive

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  • Looking for a 2018 Volt LT base for 36mo/12K miles in zip 95118 with no prior lease. I see MF=.00102, RV=49% and there is a $2900 lease cash from previous posts. How is the $4000 customer incentive used? In CA, will it show up as $6900 in taxed incentives? In other words I'm wondering how $4000 is going to affect the Chevy standard lease of 234/mo with 500 drive off?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,714

    Looking for a 2018 Volt LT base for 36mo/12K miles in zip 95118 with no prior lease. I see MF=.00102, RV=49% and there is a $2900 lease cash from previous posts. How is the $4000 customer incentive used? In CA, will it show up as $6900 in taxed incentives? In other words I'm wondering how $4000 is going to affect the Chevy standard lease of 234/mo with 500 drive off?

    Those are the correct numbers.
    The $4000 customer incentive is definitely taxed
    I think the $2900 lease cash is, as well, but not positive on that.

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  • I'm thinking of leaseing a 2018 volt driver conf. 1 & 2 with a sticker of $40 525. my zip is 11756
    selling price 39000
    cap reduction 650
    rebate 8725
    tax 1973.35
    money fac. 0.00102
    residual 46% -18641.50
    payment of 373.04
    up front fee 97.50
    due at signing tax transfer plate and 1st payment  3093.89 
    WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS DEAL . THANKS
    ANTHONY
  • CTM1960CTM1960 Los AngelesPosts: 6
    Can I get the current MF and residual % for a 36mo/15Kyr lease for a 2018 Volt Premier in the 91387 zip code? Thanks
  • kyfdx said:

    Looking for a 2018 Volt LT base for 36mo/12K miles in zip 95118 with no prior lease. I see MF=.00102, RV=49% and there is a $2900 lease cash from previous posts. How is the $4000 customer incentive used? In CA, will it show up as $6900 in taxed incentives? In other words I'm wondering how $4000 is going to affect the Chevy standard lease of 234/mo with 500 drive off?

    Those are the correct numbers.
    The $4000 customer incentive is definitely taxed
    I think the $2900 lease cash is, as well, but not positive on that.
    Whats the $4000 incentive eligibility?
    I don't have a current lease and work for a company eligible for GM supplier discount
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199

    I'm thinking of leaseing a 2018 volt driver conf. 1 & 2 with a sticker of $40 525. my zip is 11756
    selling price 39000
    cap reduction 650
    rebate 8725
    tax 1973.35
    money fac. 0.00102
    residual 46% -18641.50
    payment of 373.04
    up front fee 97.50
    due at signing tax transfer plate and 1st payment  3093.89 
    WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS DEAL . THANKS
    ANTHONY

    I agree with the payment.

    What else is part of the $3093, besides the tax? I'd want a full break down of that amount.

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199
    CTM1960 said:

    Can I get the current MF and residual % for a 36mo/15Kyr lease for a 2018 Volt Premier in the 91387 zip code? Thanks

    .00102 and 46%
    $2525 lease cash
    $4000 customer incentive

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199

    kyfdx said:

    Looking for a 2018 Volt LT base for 36mo/12K miles in zip 95118 with no prior lease. I see MF=.00102, RV=49% and there is a $2900 lease cash from previous posts. How is the $4000 customer incentive used? In CA, will it show up as $6900 in taxed incentives? In other words I'm wondering how $4000 is going to affect the Chevy standard lease of 234/mo with 500 drive off?

    Those are the correct numbers.
    The $4000 customer incentive is definitely taxed
    I think the $2900 lease cash is, as well, but not positive on that.
    Whats the $4000 incentive eligibility?
    I don't have a current lease and work for a company eligible for GM supplier discount
    It's based on your ZIP code; no specific eligibility beyond that.

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  • Michaell said:
    I'm thinking of leaseing a 2018 volt driver conf. 1 & 2 with a sticker of $40 525. my zip is 11756
    selling price 39000
    cap reduction 650
    rebate 8725
    tax 1973.35
    money fac. 0.00102
    residual 46% -18641.50
    payment of 373.04
    up front fee 97.50
    due at signing tax transfer plate and 1st payment  3093.89 
    WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS DEAL . THANKS
    ANTHONY
    I agree with the payment. What else is part of the $3093, besides the tax? I'd want a full break down of that amount.

    I hope you don't mind  the photo. I thought it would be easier to see the breakdown .I may be trading in an old vehicle too.  I would imagine a dealer giving me 2000 for it. This is a first for me. 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,714





    Michaell said:

    I'm thinking of leaseing a 2018 volt driver conf. 1 & 2 with a sticker of $40 525. my zip is 11756
    selling price 39000
    cap reduction 650
    rebate 8725
    tax 1973.35
    money fac. 0.00102
    residual 46% -18641.50
    payment of 373.04
    up front fee 97.50
    due at signing tax transfer plate and 1st payment  3093.89 
    WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS DEAL . THANKS
    ANTHONY

    I agree with the payment.

    What else is part of the $3093, besides the tax? I'd want a full break down of that amount.


    I hope you don't mind  the photo. I thought it would be easier to see the breakdown .I may be trading in an old vehicle too.  I would imagine a dealer giving me 2000 for it. This is a first for me. 

    The math is correct, of course.

    Seems like a lot of money for a Volt. I guess I don't consider it a $40K car, because they are giving you an $8700 rebate. Relative to MSRP, it's a decent deal.

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  • lithium007lithium007 Posts: 15
    edited September 2018

    kyfdx said:

    Looking for a 2018 Volt LT base for 36mo/12K miles in zip 95118 with no prior lease. I see MF=.00102, RV=49% and there is a $2900 lease cash from previous posts. How is the $4000 customer incentive used? In CA, will it show up as $6900 in taxed incentives? In other words I'm wondering how $4000 is going to affect the Chevy standard lease of 234/mo with 500 drive off?

    Those are the correct numbers.
    The $4000 customer incentive is definitely taxed
    I think the $2900 lease cash is, as well, but not positive on that.
    Whats the $4000 incentive eligibility?
    I don't have a current lease and work for a company eligible for GM supplier discount
    I just leased a 2018 Volt LT + Comfort + Illuminated Charge Port + All-weather Floor Mats + Cargo Net. 36mo/12K miles. MSRP 35035. Paid 8800 one-pay lease. I did not have a prior lease but qualified for a GM supplier discount from my employer. Eligible for $500 Utility rebate on top of this price. This is in San Jose, CA. I got $4300 off MSRP before they applied 6900 in incentives and the supplier discount. 30 minutes to negotiate and spent about 2 hours total. I could have negotiated a bit more but didn't wan't to spend any more time
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199

    kyfdx said:

    Looking for a 2018 Volt LT base for 36mo/12K miles in zip 95118 with no prior lease. I see MF=.00102, RV=49% and there is a $2900 lease cash from previous posts. How is the $4000 customer incentive used? In CA, will it show up as $6900 in taxed incentives? In other words I'm wondering how $4000 is going to affect the Chevy standard lease of 234/mo with 500 drive off?

    Those are the correct numbers.
    The $4000 customer incentive is definitely taxed
    I think the $2900 lease cash is, as well, but not positive on that.
    Whats the $4000 incentive eligibility?
    I don't have a current lease and work for a company eligible for GM supplier discount
    I just leased a 2018 Volt LT + Comfort + Illuminated Charge Port + All-weather Floor Mats + Cargo Net. 36mo/12K miles. MSRP 35035. Paid 8800 one-pay lease. I did not have a prior lease but qualified for a GM supplier discount from my employer. Eligible for $500 Utility rebate on top of this price. This is in San Jose, CA. I got $4300 off MSRP before they applied 6900 in incentives and the supplier discount. 30 minutes to negotiate and spent about 2 hours total. I could have negotiated a bit more but didn't wan't to spend any more time
    Congrats!

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  • Michaell said:

    kyfdx said:

    Looking for a 2018 Volt LT base for 36mo/12K miles in zip 95118 with no prior lease. I see MF=.00102, RV=49% and there is a $2900 lease cash from previous posts. How is the $4000 customer incentive used? In CA, will it show up as $6900 in taxed incentives? In other words I'm wondering how $4000 is going to affect the Chevy standard lease of 234/mo with 500 drive off?

    Those are the correct numbers.
    The $4000 customer incentive is definitely taxed
    I think the $2900 lease cash is, as well, but not positive on that.
    Whats the $4000 incentive eligibility?
    I don't have a current lease and work for a company eligible for GM supplier discount
    I just leased a 2018 Volt LT + Comfort + Illuminated Charge Port + All-weather Floor Mats + Cargo Net. 36mo/12K miles. MSRP 35035. Paid 8800 one-pay lease. I did not have a prior lease but qualified for a GM supplier discount from my employer. Eligible for $500 Utility rebate on top of this price. This is in San Jose, CA. I got $4300 off MSRP before they applied 6900 in incentives and the supplier discount. 30 minutes to negotiate and spent about 2 hours total. I could have negotiated a bit more but didn't wan't to spend any more time
    Congrats!
    Thanks Michaell
  • Any leads on which San Jose dealership? I'm looking to lease a Volt today. Thanks!
  • Hi all, looking to lease a Volt Premier tomorrow. Here's my best offer so far, I'd love any feedback whether there's room to negotiate.

    Nor-cal, bay area. I have a competitive lease (2015 passat) and have an Auth number for Supplier Discount. 9.25% tax.

    VOLT Premier in Black/Black
    MSRP: $39,930.00
    Lease Term: 36 Months
    Annual Usage: 12,000 Miles
    Due at Signing: $1,500
    Monthly Payment: $366.01/Mo. Including tax and all discounts

    Includes:
    Audio System, Chevrolet MyLink Radio with Navigation $495.00
    Driver Confidence Package $495.00
    Driver Confidence II Package $495.00
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199

    Hi all, looking to lease a Volt Premier tomorrow. Here's my best offer so far, I'd love any feedback whether there's room to negotiate.

    Nor-cal, bay area. I have a competitive lease (2015 passat) and have an Auth number for Supplier Discount. 9.25% tax.

    VOLT Premier in Black/Black
    MSRP: $39,930.00
    Lease Term: 36 Months
    Annual Usage: 12,000 Miles
    Due at Signing: $1,500
    Monthly Payment: $366.01/Mo. Including tax and all discounts

    Includes:
    Audio System, Chevrolet MyLink Radio with Navigation $495.00
    Driver Confidence Package $495.00
    Driver Confidence II Package $495.00

    What is the selling price?
    What does the $1500 up front cover?

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  • Michaell said:


    What is the selling price?
    What does the $1500 up front cover?

    Dealer hasn't broken it down for me via email, wants me to come in. He originally quoted:
    $421.33 with $0 DAS.
    $366.01 with $1500 DAS.

    Is it appropriate to ask for selling price and DAS breakdown before going in?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,714

    Michaell said:


    What is the selling price?
    What does the $1500 up front cover?

    Dealer hasn't broken it down for me via email, wants me to come in. He originally quoted:
    $421.33 with $0 DAS.
    $366.01 with $1500 DAS.

    Is it appropriate to ask for selling price and DAS breakdown before going in?
    .00102 MF and 48% residual
    $2525 lease cash
    +$4000 customer incentive

    $1500 upfront and $366/mo. looks pretty good, if that includes sales tax.

    I'd want all the numbers. Ask them to screenshot you the deal from the computer.

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  • Tech_moto_dadTech_moto_dad 94611Posts: 5
    edited September 2018
    Good advice, thank you for the feedback @Michaell & @kyfdx!
  • Hello experts:

    Can you please provide me the base MF and residual for 36/12 on a Volt LT Base and Premier? Located on So. Cal. Thank you in-advance. 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,199
    sktrojan said:

    Hello experts:

    Can you please provide me the base MF and residual for 36/12 on a Volt LT Base and Premier? Located on So. Cal. Thank you in-advance. 

    .00102 and 48% (Premier) or 49% (LT)
    $4000 customer incentive on both
    $2900 lease cash on LT
    $2525 lease cash on Premier

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  • Thank you @Michaell
  • altfuelcarguyaltfuelcarguy Northern CaliforniaPosts: 1
    edited September 2018
    FH Dailey Chevrolet, and their sister location in Novato, just listed a Volt Premier Lease at $2995 down, $299/mo.  MSRP $39,930. I've leased 3 evs from them and can vouch for their honesty and integrity.  I leased a Volt from them a month ago, similar deal.  I was there recently and they have a nice selection of Premiers. They have a couple with the black/brandy leather, which is hard to find .
  • TimBosbyTimBosby Posts: 26
    edited September 2018
    Apologies if this is the wrong forum, since I am potentially interested in financing a 2018 Chevy Volt to take advantage of the tax credit (leasing apparently won't get me that.) I'm wondering what is up with the vast discrepancy in pricing on these. They are over $30k invoice price in Omaha (MSRP like $34k or higher.) In Michigan, about 500 miles away, they are about $21k invoice price - same trim, same year, etc. Yeah I get Michigan is home of GM but still... a $9,000-$10,000 price difference in a 500 mile geographic span seems ridiculous.

    And I swear there were a few new 2018s in Massachusetts for under $18,000.

    Could be EV regulations or something but it still seems absurd.

    Appreciate input/insight.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,714
    TimBosby said:

    Apologies if this is the wrong forum, since I am potentially interested in financing a 2018 Chevy Volt to take advantage of the tax credit (leasing apparently won't get me that.) I'm wondering what is up with the vast discrepancy in pricing on these. They are over $30k invoice price in Omaha (MSRP like $34k or higher.) In Michigan, about 500 miles away, they are about $21k invoice price - same trim, same year, etc. Yeah I get Michigan is home of GM but still... a $9,000-$10,000 price difference in a 500 mile geographic span seems ridiculous.

    And I swear there were a few new 2018s in Massachusetts for under $18,000.

    Could be EV regulations or something but it still seems absurd.

    Appreciate input/insight.

    ZEV states likely have extra state incentives that other states don't have. It's likely the dealers there are subtracting the incentives from their actual price (even though the incentives come from Federal/state)

    I don't see anything in the way of general Volt incentives in your area.

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