Chevrolet Volt can be bought at a discount of 15 percent now. This would mean that you need to pay just $35,000 while people with little patience bought the same vehicle for $41, 000 only a short time back.
The first plug-in hybrid of America after five-year reign is not celebrating the last Memorial Day before the 2016 Volt, which is quicker, cheaper and more efficient lands here this summer. So the 2015 Volt is being offered a 15% off throughout June starting first date of the month, and it applied to those stock vehicle which have been sitting in the dealers lot the longest.
The discount would amount to $5275 which is good saving. Six other models of Chevrolet have the same amount of discount, and the 2015 Volt is at the second spot for slow-selling models in the GM ranks. It had a supply period of 172 days through April which is higher by 51 percent compared to last year. WardsAuto data says that this is worse number than the 123-day supply of the Nissan Leaf.
There are about 5800 examples of Volt left in the dealerships to clear which is double of what they sold to April this year. The company is trying everything it can from its repertoire to clear it. Want to buy the Volt with free money? GM will finance the vehicle at the rate of 0% for four years. It is better for Californians and Oregonians, as they can pay back the loan in 72 months and in the end can also get cash back of $1500.
The agreement terms are also pretty easy with $249 a month for 39 months and down payment is zero. This car varies depending on your status as a GM lessee. For Massachusetts and California, it is even better as new Volt owners would get a rebate of $2500.