booper wrote:Thoughts on how dealers will handle the discontinued Volt? Discounted pricing, or maintain pricing as "you won't be able to get them anymore"?
LeftieBiker wrote:booper wrote:Thoughts on how dealers will handle the discontinued Volt? Discounted pricing, or maintain pricing as "you won't be able to get them anymore"?
Yes. (Both.) GM will likely offer deals starting around christmas.
booper wrote:They should do it sooner than that, their Fed Tax Credit will be cut in half after year end!
joeriv wrote:hmmv wrote "My vote goes to the Volt, LEAF will see a much steeper depreciation than the Volt."
Not really - according to this article https://insideevs.com/nissan-leaf-chevy-volt-high-depreciation/ the top three highest five year depreciation rates are the Nissan Leaf at 71.7%, the Chevy Volt at 71.2% and the BMW 7 series at 71.1%. The average for all vehicles is 50.2%.
golfcart wrote:need room in the back seat for adults (because the Volt back seats are cramped),.
I don't think the Volt's rear seats are all that cramped once you're in the car. But getting into that backseat requires the skills of a contortionist if you're more than about 5 feet tall, thanks to the roofline.
And don't even try using the middle seat if you have legs.
booper wrote:Thx, I must have though GM was on a similar pace as Tesla. This makes a big difference, so appreciate the correction.