2011 Chevrolet Volt gets priced at $41,000 or $350/month for a three-year lease
As GM teased yesterday, the price for the 2011 Chevrolet Volt has finally been revealed.
The extended-range electric vehicle will cost $41,000, price which includes a $720 destination charge. This doesn’t include any tax credits or deductions, as the government can reimburse you up to $7,500, but only after you purchased the car at full price.
Those who want a lease option can pay $350 per month, for a three-year (36 month) long period. Afterwards, they too can have the option of buying the car completely.
For all that money, GM is throwing a lot of options into the base Chevrolet Volt, including a seven-inch touchscreen with navigation, Bluetooth connectivity, a Bose audio system and five years of OnStar service. This also includes the 8-year/100,000 mile warranty that covers the battery system of the ER-EV. There are just a few extra options, including heated seats, chromed wheels, rear parking sensor and three special paint jobs.
According to GM, as production increases, more bare-bone Volt models will be made, with a significantly lower asking price. Until then, early adopters are stuck with the $41k tag.
So, what do you think? Is the Chevrolet Volt worth all that money? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below.
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