This past weekend, according to kbb.com, Classic Chevrolet of Sugarland had two brand new 2019 Bolt LTs for less than $25,000 through March 2. The $1,875 credit is still available and I had a $1,000 bonus on my GM card, also through March 2. I was ready to jump in my 2018 Volt LT and pay the boot price in cash, but both were already "sold." I also received an email about the one I inquired and the email quoted it at over $39,000. Did I miss a great deal or was it smoke and mirrors? I bought the Volt new last March and made the (different) dealer guaranty the $29,016 price by email before I drove there to buy the car. But that didn't stop them adding on lojack, coupon book and some other $300 scam, before it took me also buying a $1,500 extended warranty, just to get out of the finance office. It took about 6 weeks, but I got a refund on all of those things. What is it with car dealers, anyway?