General Motors announced in the summer of 2010 that the Chevrolet Volt would cost $41,000, although the price would be reduced to $33,500 with the federal electric-vehicle tax credit. If the car were purchased ‘fully loaded,’ meaning polished aluminum wheels, leather interiors, premium paint color, and a back-up camera with parking assist, the price would be $44,600 before the tax credit.
Add to the sticker price your monthly smartphone bill and onStar service. With the smartphone app you can connect instantly with a customer service rep who can answer specific questions about the Volt. You can also check your battery status, find out when charging is completed, and remotely start your car.
The Chevrolet Volt usually costs $41,000. If you have a tax liability of at least $7,500 then the price is reduced. If you decide to get the premium package (what is mentioned in the first answer) you are looking at an additional $4,000.
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