With reports constantly pouring in suggesting that some dealerships continue to mark up prices on the Chevrolet Volt, it's no surprise that a New Hampshire resident and potential Volt buyer stumbled upon one of Chevy's plug-ins with a price tag of $48,995. This particular New Hampshire man went down to test drive a Volt at the nearest dealership that had one in stock, which meant venturing all the way to Connecticut.
We hear that Chevy Volts are in demand right now. It isn't hard to tell that there's a bit of a call for these vehicles when a dealer tries to put one for sale at $65,590. Even though that 50 percent markup is an exception (thankfully not the rule), there are many other dealers adding several thousand dollars to the price of Chevy's halo car. This begs the question over at Green Car Reports: should people willing and able to pay above MSRP in order to get it now really also be getting your tax d
The three-year-long wait for the 2011 Chevrolet Volt's official U.S. price tag will finally be over in less than 24 hours. At the Plug-In 2010 Conference in San Jose, California on Tuesday, GM VP of Marketing Joel Ewanick will announce pricing details and the ordering process for the Volt. Following the announcement, there will be a live online webchat with Volt Marketing Director Tony DiSalle. While we're waiting for the official announcement, you can through to the jump for a brief press
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