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#1 of 7 Chevrolet Volt Prices Paid and Buying Experience
by kyfdx HOST
Oct 29, 2011 (9:04 am)
Tell us about shopping for a Chevy Volt!
#2 of 7 Re: Chevrolet Volt Prices Paid and Buying Experience [kyfdx]
Jan 18, 2012 (5:34 pm)
Anyone got a 2012 Volt yet? I am interested if I can get cost below 30.
#3 of 7 press request
by kirstie_h HOST
Feb 03, 2012 (3:02 pm)
A journalist is looking to speak with anyone who recently purchased a Chevy Volt or a Chevy Cruze. Please send a brief description of your shopping experience and your preferred contact information to predmunds.com by no later than Monday, February 6, 2012
#4 of 7 Leftover 2011 Chevy Volt
Jun 06, 2012 (10:07 pm)
A number of Chevy dealers in central CT were selling their 2011 demo Volts - picked one up with 533 miles at the end of April 2012 for $39,900 plus tax (Sticker on my Volt was $43,800). Back the $7,500 Fed tax credit out of that, bottom line was $32,400. Plus, Volt came with some valuable benefits, including 0% financing for 5 years with $0 down, 5 years of Onstar for free, and $50 service credit from dealer and first service for free. I had figured the Volt would get about what a Prius got for mileage (50 MPG), but with 5 weeks & 3k miles on it, average mileage is 86 MPG (not a typo)! If you can charge this thing every night and get 40 miles on electric next day, MPG figures are better than Prius if you average under 125 miles/day, and are sick (100+MPG) if you average 60 miles/day or under. Our electricity is some of most expensive in the country here in CT (16.5 cents per kWhr), but nightly recharge is about $2/day. Car had some minor fit and finish issues, but nothing major so far....
Jun 08, 2012 (7:22 am)
Bought Demo/loaner under 2000 miles, licensed by dealer $45,215msrp loaded, paid including dealer $7500 fed tax, $32,490 and had GM points from cr card w/bonus got it down below $30,000. 72 mos 0% int. 6 days, 00000 gas and 300 miles elect costs of under $5. so far. My elect cost are 11.3cents kwh and getting offpeak installed next week bringing down rate to 4.5 cents per hour or if I use up all elect each day about 60 cents a night to charge. Tired of paying $250 a month for gas. Great car for those who drive 45 miles a day or less, fun to drive, lots of power and don't have to worry about gas prices. Have got up to 46.3 miles on a charge so far. And wife loves it.
#6 of 7 $10,000 Off newstory
Sep 29, 2012 (5:57 am)
The best price for 2013 I have secured is $4000 off sticker and 0% financing...now another dealer called and offered $6000 off sticker which I think is total BS.
There is nothing anywhere on GM site about extent of rebates, incentives to dealer or consumer but clearly they are out there. How would dealer give $4000 or $6000 off??