If you are a Costco member who is in the search of one of General Motors green cars such as the Chevy Volt and the Chevy Bolt EV, you could be in for some very good news. Costco has unveiled that they plan on offering supplier pricing on just about every other car in their inventory to members and that includes green and hybrid type vehicles such as the Bolt EV and the Volt. Some even better added news is that Costco will allow members to combine other company incentives and perks such as leasing and financing rebates along with the already present price reduction with the supplier pricing.
This is certainly some very welcome news to Costco members in search of a new vehicle with the closing months of 2017 having arrived. Along with these price reductions and rebates, Costco members will still be able to negotiate for an even lower price. With a no-haggle price already being offered, consumers and members at Costco are only going to be able to reap the benefits.
According to reports, the supplier pricing and rebates will also be in effect for some of the new GM offerings. The only vehicles that will not be able to have the supplier pricing added to them are models that dealers rarely ever have in stock. The savings and incentives though certainly are a major buying incentive, even for those who are not Costco members.
Other added incentives for Costco members with this new GM supplier pricing promotion are $300 Costco cash cards for Costco Gold Members and a $700 cash card for Executive Members.