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At the end of this week Chevrolet announced that the 2016 Volt will start at $33,995, about $1,200 less than the present 2015 Volt. The second-generation extended-range EV offers 50 miles e-range, 41 mpg combined when running regular gas only, and with up to $7,500 federal tax credit for those eligible, Chevrolet says it can […]

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Now that General Motors has made its big splash with the 2016 Volt currently on display at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show, questions remain, including what the all-new 50-mile-range plug-in car with gas backup will sell for. When the 2011 Volt was first launched, GM had high costs baked into the advanced vehicle it […]

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