Costco members now get GM Supplier Pricing on Chevy Bolt EV, Volt
Oct 5, 2017  Sean Szymkowski

2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV - 2016 Consumer Electronics Show
2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV

Costco members in the market for a new vehicle now have a new round of
incentives to consider as they head into the final car-buying months of

Specifically, shoppers interested in a General Motors vehicle will discover
Supplier Pricing on nearly every car—including the Chevrolet Bolt EV
electric car and Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid.

Even better news: buyers can combine that Supplier Pricing from Costco with
nearly all other incentives available on a particular vehicle, including
leasing and financing rebates.

It's an understandable incentive as well: Costco members pay the factory
invoice, plus a small program fee, and the no-haggle price is fixed.

Buyers are still able to negotiate a lower price if they feel compelled, but
many historically see the no-haggle price as a major benefit. 

Cars Direct reports the supplier pricing even extends to newly launched GM
vehicles, such as the Chevrolet Equinox Diesel crossover utility vehicle.

 [image]  2018 Chevrolet Volt

There are few exclusions; the only cars not eligible for Supplier Pricing
include various base models that most dealers rarely stock.

(Think of L-trimmed Chevrolet vehicles, which exist mostly for advertising

If an interested car shopper isn't currently a Costco member, the money
saved through the incentive likely outweighs the membership fee to join the
buyer's warehouse club.

Becoming a Costco member costs $60 annually for Gold status and $120 for
Executive status.

Executive members receive a 2-percent rebate on purchases, though it's
capped at $1,000 annually so buying a car doesn't help boost that figure.

To sweeten the deal, Costco will include a $300 Costco Cash Card for Gold
members, and Executive members who purchase a GM vehicle through the program
will receive a $700 cash card.

California and other CARB-compliant states will likely see the best deals on
the Bolt EV under the Costco program; lease rates and finance offers in
these states continue to exceed national offers.

The Bolt EV has seen steadily rising sales figures, despite launching
nationwide just several weeks ago.

September sales of the Bolt EV tallied 2,632 vehicles, which brings the
running sales total to 14,302 units over nine months.

Chevrolet's affordable electric car starts at $37,495 before federal tax
credits up to $7,500 are applied.

Costo and GM's Supplier Pricing will run one day past 2018; the offers
expire on January 2, 2018.
[© 2017 Green Car Reports]

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