We finally have some pricing information on the Chevrolet Volt. General Motors Vice President for Sales and Marketing, Joel Ewanick announced the Volt’s pricing at an event named Plug-In 2010. The 2011 Chevrolet Volt will cost $41,000 before federal and state tax incentives.

While the sticker price is rather high, the lease deal seems to be the best choice. Buyers can lease their very own electric Volt for $350 per month for 36 months. That is the exact same payment that Nissan is asking for with the Leaf EV.

Buying this sort of car comes with perks. Buyers will get a federal tax credit of $7,500, cutting the cost of the Volt to $33,500. Buyers will have to finance the $41,000 and get the credit back on their next tax return. For people who choose to lease the car, the credit will be factored into the payment. The Volt will require a $2,500 down payment, but now buyers can buy the car at the end of their lease.

That price will get buyers a well equipped sedan. The car comes with a navigation system, a great battery warranty, Bluetooth, Bose Sound System, and a subscription to OnStar. The only options for the electric Volt are heated leather seats, chrome wheels, three premium paint colors, and rear park assist.

We are very interested in how the Volt will sell. The sticker price is a tad high and the Volkswagen TDI models offer great mileage at a cheaper price. We will have to take the Volt for a drive to really get a good idea of how it operates.


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  (676) posted on 03.29.2011

Most probably it would cost that much. With its tons of advanced features plus modified accessory definitely it will have a high price tag. However, I bet there are a lot of options aside from this. 

  (830) posted on 09.21.2010

Good Luck with that GM!!!

  (1211) posted on 09.21.2010

One thing to consider... my gf HAD a 98 Mitsubishi mirage until a few weeks ago. Someone t-boned her, and the car turned into a banana. She got pretty messed up. They’re light little cars, but they aren’t exactly safe. At all.

  (462) posted on 07.29.2010

I’ll be keeping the ’98 Mitsu Mirage as my daily driver. Its been paid off for 9 years and I average between 35-40mpg. They’re is no way the Volt can save me the amount of money I’m saving now by drive a small light, 4cyl gas only.

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