It seems that Chevrolet is going full steam ahead with the 2016 model of its hybrid electric vehicle, the Chevy Volt. Now it has a price tag in the US, and an even sweeter deal for those in California. But while it’s mentioned to be cheaper than the current Volt model, it is only slightly so. The 2016 Volt carries an MSRP of $33,995. And in $825 for destination fees, which doesn’t include tax, title, license and dealer fees, and you’re just $1,200 shy of the current Volt titleholder.
The new Volt was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show early this year. For this model, GM concentrated on what it said was what Volt owners clamored for. Based on their studies, drivers rarely resorted to the range extender, its term for the gas-powered engine of the Volt.
Read full post here: