Currently the Chevrolet Volt has a starting MSRP of $39,145, which is significantly more than the Leaf’s new $28,800. Nissan’s price drop helped triple the Leaf’s sales over the past three months, so it’s no surprise that Chevrolet is exploring options to make its Volt more competitively priced on the market.
So with the 2014 Chevrolet Volt around the corner, it’s expected that the American automaker will lower its MSRP to stay more competitive in the market. However for now, General Motors has taken some interim steps to boost summer sales by offering $4,000 cash off the car, or $2,000 to $3,000 off in addition to financing incentives. In addition, as much as $1,000 in bonus conquest dollars is being provided if a customer is in possession of a competitor’s vehicle. So in essence, you could walk out of the dealership with a Chevrolet Volt for around $34,195 excluding a $895 destination fee.
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