Chevrolet is trying everything in its power to sell the Volt. Now, the specialists came up with a new approach. They are now thinking about lowering the price. As it turns out, the 2014 models will have a starting price of $34.995 including an $810 destination charge, but that excludes title, license, tax and dealer fees. Including federal tax credits that can go up to $7.500 pricing could start at $27.495. So that you know, individual tax situations differ so you should probably get in touch with a tax professional prior to claiming any credits. They will be able to confirm eligibility for vehicle tax benefits.
Volt owners will achieve a great balance between technology, capability and costs of ownership thanks to the lower price and cost savings from driving on electricity and now for $5.000 less. The new Chevrolet Volt has experienced an increase in battery range and the addition of elements like leather-wrapped steering wheel and MyLink, ever since 2010. The 2014 version will continue to provide owners with impressive fuel economy of 98 MPG and 35 in the city and 40 on the highway on gasoline power without any need to change the driving habits. The driver will save up to $900 on fuel each year. The Volt continues to be the best selling plug-in hybrid in America and manages to attract buyers to the Chevrolet brand. There are more than 70 % of Volt buyers which are new to General Motors, but it is no surprise.
Also, we have managed to observe that the Japanese Toyota Prius gets replaced by the Volt very often. The largest market for the Volt continues to be California. The 2014 edition will be available in dealer showrooms a bit later this year and will come with different options in terms of exterior color: Brownstowne Metallic and Ashen Gray Metallic.
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