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Chevrolet Volt Prices Paid and Buying Experience

kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 27,708
Tell us about shopping for a Chevy Volt!

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  • Anyone got a 2012 Volt yet? I am interested if I can get cost below 30.
  • Kirstie_HKirstie_H Posts: 10,824
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  • stormy111stormy111 Posts: 16
    edited June 2012
    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.... :)
  • cody1943cody1943 Posts: 7
    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.
  • 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??
  • highenderhighender Posts: 1,362
    I hear that best price for a chevy volt can be about $2000 less than invoice.

    So for a fully loaded , with Premium trip, navigation, safety 1 and 2, the price would be $39500...... and then take another $5000 off dealer incentive.

    $34500...... =+ tax and License.

    What do you guys think ?
  • Hi, anybody knows what are current tax incentives in NJ? Is $7500 federal rebate still available, anything from state of NJ?
    Thank you.
  • carbuyer1237carbuyer1237 Posts: 1
    edited December 2013
    2013 Volt, Safety Package 1, NAV, Premium Sound, Red Tricoat, leather

    Price paid: 34000 +TAX, 36k out the door - 3k PA rebate, -7.5K tax credit, - 50 bucks Peco rebate

    MSRP: $44xxx, selling price 41000-7000cash back

    Dealer: John Sauder Chevrolet, Ephrata, PA
    Purchase: December 2013
  • ted4x4ted4x4 Posts: 1

    was that 7k actual cash back or tax credit? that dealer just told me invoice was best they could do on a 2013 was 1k off msrp...

  • Purchased new 2013 Chevy Volt in Nov 2013; almost all available options; stickered $45k+, less $7,500 tax, $7k rebate, $750 rebate, mark-down almost $3k, ended up paying about $26k...VERY happy with it so far!

  • gmcustsvcgmcustsvc Posts: 4,057
    edited March 1

    Hey There,

    We're pleased to hear that you are happy with your vehicle. Please let us know if you ever have any questions, concerns, or need any assistance. We can be reached by email at socialmedia@gm.com. We will be glad to help!

    Kristen A. GM Customer Care

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