So my friend loves the ELR and there's one that's been sitting in the dealer lot since last April which is insane. The dealer slashed the price by $22k and it's still there. We have that $7,500 rebate and $2k GM loyalty which brings the cost of the car before taxes to about $40k which is outrageous! The dealer wants it off their lot so bad he let my friend borrow the car to drive around for the weekend; crazy! He's loving it if course, I would.Pete Benson said:Despite these things being on the market for a while, I had never actually seen one of them on the street until this last week, and I was astounded at how good-looking it was. All the pictures and vids don't do the car justice - it is truly a knockout. What a drag to have applied this styling to such a specific - use vehicle, and with a price point making it unobtainable to so many potential customers - incentives notwithstanding.
Plus we did research, and another lot has a used ELR for $45k.
This car is really nice, better than the Tesla in my opinion. I own 2013 ATS and I want to also buy an ELR, especially if I can get it for $40k, omg.