nikwax wrote:"bait and switch" are ugly words. Did someone offer you $139/0 and then pull that off the table? Or are you saying that you want the California lease deal and are sore because it's not available?
No, I was just a little sore that when you introduce a $750 fast charge capability in the mix, any deal falls apart. Ok, I'll retract those words if the offend anyone, I apologize, but the fact of the matter is GM can advertise an attractive offer, but the dealers don't have to honor the offer, especially in a new market where they want to determine how sales will be first.
Frankly, even with the base of the base model, it will be interesting to see any dealer in MD offer $139/0.
Same here. I saw an ad for the $139/0 down for 39 months lease, called the dealer and confirmed the deal is still on for the 1LT model.
Drove 30miles to the dealer and told them I wanted to add the $750 fast charge option and extend the mileage option to 12k/year
with 36 month lease. From my mind I thought I would pay around $160/month based on the advertised lease deal.
Nope. The sale man came back with the quote of $252/$0 down for 36 months lease.
Not sure where is the $92/month difference came from. The ad did mentioned tax, title, license, dealer fees and
optional equipment extra. I asked the sale guy and he said he included the FC option plus tax, license, fees etc...
I didn't go for the deal.
I've never lease a vehicle before so can some one explain how's the dealer came up with that number?
It could be a reasonable number or the dealer may try to rip me off. I don't mind paying but only if the amount they asked
is reasonable. After all, dealers need to make a profit too.