The new Chevrolet Volt probably doesn’t need to lower its price to entice tons of new customers to the next-generation of the EV model, but the Bowtie brand has slashed $1,175 off the sticker price of the new Volt anyhow, making it an even more affordable option for new EV customers. Those customers are turning up in droves, too; over 70% of new buyers trade in non-GM cars when getting their Volt.
The new Chevrolet Volt price, after the slash, starts at just $33,995—and that includes the $825 delivery charge. Of course, you can also get a $7,500 tax credit applied to your purchase since it’s an electric vehicle, and there might be added local tax incentives as well. “The next generation Chevrolet Volt delivers more technology, the ability to drive further between gas fill ups and now with even more value to our customers,” said Steve Majoros, Chevy’s director of marketing. “We are confident we will continue to attract new customers to Volt with the vehicle’s product improvements and attractive price.”
The new Volt saves you money even after you purchase it too. It can go up to 50 miles on electric power alone, which is a 31% increase over the first generation Volt. Overall, you can go up to 1,000 miles between trips to the gas station—which can definitely be very liberating to your budget. Come see us here at Carl Hogan Automotive to learn more about the Volt, like when you’ll see it and its beautiful new design here in our inventory, today.