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Redesigned 2016 Chevy Volt $1,175 Less than Outgoing Model

2016 Chevrolet Volt Chevrolet said this week the fully redesigned 2016 Volt plug-in hybrid will start at $33,995, including $825 for destination. The 2016 Chevrolet Volt is $1,175 less expensive than the 2015 model, and Chevrolet says that Volt buyers are eligible for up to $7,500 in federal tax credit. The 2016 Volt debuted in January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. It can drive 12 more miles on electricity than the 2015 model and is more ... continue reading»

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Redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Volt Debuts at Detroit Auto Show

2016 Chevrolet Volt Chevrolet unveiled the fully redesigned 2016 Volt plug-in hybrid today at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Volt gets an all-new look both inside and outside. In addition, the second-generation Volt is both more efficient and accelerates faster than the 2015 model, according to Chevrolet. The 2016 Volt is powered by two electric motors and a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine. According to Chevrolet, the 2016 Volt can travel up to 50 miles on electricity, which is ... continue reading»

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2014 Chevrolet Volt Sees 13 Percent Price Drop

If you’ve been saving up for a Chevrolet Volt, you can save a little less. Chevrolet has announced that for 2014, the Volt will cost $5,000 less than earlier models. That’s about a 13 percent price drop. The 2014 Volt has a base price of $34,995, which includes an $810 destination fee. Consumers can get tax credits on a Volt purchase of up to $7,500, which could effectively lower the price of the Volt to ... continue reading»

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A Dealer Near You May Stop Selling the Volt

Some Chevrolet dealers have chosen to stop selling the Chevrolet Volt because General Motors increased the price of Volt service tools. The decrease in Volt dealers could make it harder to find a Volt or force owners to travel further for service, particularly in rural areas. Car and Driver says about 400 dealers won’t have the Volt in stock anymore. Though 400 dealerships seems like a significant drop, a Chevrolet spokesperson told Car and Driver that the “dealerships that ... continue reading»

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EV Owners are Smarter and Richer Than the Rest of Us

Want to look smarter and richer? Buy an electric vehicle. A new survey says that electric car owners tend to be wealthier and better-educated than the average American driver. A study by the Electric Vehicle Information Exchange surveyed 970 respondents, most of whom reported some interest in electric vehicles. According to the survey results, respondents who already lease or own electric vehicles tend to be "very well-educated, upper-middle class, white men in their early 50’s with ideal living situations ... continue reading»

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