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The 2016 Chevy Volt Is $25,000 After Tax Credits If You Live In California

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Back in 2010, the thought of owning Chevy’s Volt hybrid for $41,000, $350/month on a three-year lease was discouraging and a bit pricy. Fast forward a couple of years later, the price for the new 2016 Chevy Volt hybrid isn’t that terrifying. If you happen to just live in the right state, Chevrolet promises to drop the price to a more affordable $26,495 if you qualify for a full federal tax credit. For those of us who aren’t lucky to live in California, the 2016 Chevy Volt hybrid will cost $33,995 at full price (just a $1,200 difference from last year’s model). Since we all can’t be Tesla owners, the 2016 Chevy Volt hybrid is not such a bad idea for someone who want to own an Electric Vehicle.

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