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We tried to lease a Chevy Spark EV and went in on a Sunday afternoon. We were told that a competitors price quote would be honored. They said that they would "Meet or beat every competitors price". We didn't have time to finish the paperwork that evening, so returned the next day. They wanted to increase the price by more than 20% from the previous day's price. After we mentioned that they had agreed to the competitor's price the previous day, they reneged. Bottom line: Don't trust them to honor their price agreements until you have it in writing. Addendum: I will note that while Singh Chevy did not honor their agreement, they were upfront about their increase in price. Gosch Chevy (see review there), just tried to lie about it.
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Too long; didn't read version: The manager lied to my face and didn't honor an advertised price. Now known as Gosch Chevrolet, this dealership had an advertised offer on a Chevy Spark EV lease of $139/month, no money down. I call ahead, ask if that offer is good, and they say yes, and they have one vehicle in stock. I show up at the dealership and fill out the paperwork. The deal comes back and they are trying to make me put $2500 down, with a monthly payment of $158/month. After some discussion, I think they had made an honest mistake because they didn't realize how to account for their federal tax credit. Instead, they invite me into the manager's office and show me a second set of numbers that requires $1500 down and $162/month in payments. They realize they can't hide that the cost increase isn't from taxes, license, and registration fees. So I ask them if they'll honor the advertised price and they grin while responding that someone else will pay more for it. I only wish I had taken a picture of the offer sheet so I could report them to the Better Business Bureau.
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