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Chevrolet is back in the saddle again with a relatively healthy 2,114 Volt sales in December. The number is not far above November 2015’s 1,980 sales but a significant 41-percent rise above December 2014’s 1,490 Volt sales. What’s more, these sales are primarily in 11 states out of 50 operating under California rules. It is […]

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Sales for the Chevy Volt were nearly on par last month with 1,980 deliveries reported compared to October’s 2,035. Of these, says GM, 86 percent are the 2016 model year being sold for now just in California and 10 states following its zero emission rules. That roughly equates to 1,700 sales last month out of […]

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For an ordinary car, 100,000 sales worldwide is not a big deal, but considering what the Chevy Volt has been through to get this far, in this case it is. The plug-in electrified vehicle that’s plowed the ground for others to follow crossed the milestone some time last month, two months shy of its five-year […]

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With seven month’s inventory of the 2015 Volt on hand, and the 2016 due to launch sometime during or soon after this summer, Chevrolet will stop production next month. As followers of this segment have known, the Volt’s sales for the past several months have dwindled in light of the full revision pending, and it’s […]

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The HybridCars.com monthly sales dashboard is a collaboration of HybridCars.com and Baum & Associates, a Michigan-based market research firm focusing on automotive issues including the hybrid and electric vehicle market. The plug-in hybrid market experienced a very strong month, while the battery electric market declined somewhat relative to the overall passenger vehicle market. Hybrid and […]

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Amidst talks of recalls and settlements, General Motors posted its best June earnings since 2007, and of these, sold 1,777 Chevy Volts. That put the carmaker down 34.1 percent compared to June 2013, and contrasts with Nissan’s Leaf being up 5.5 percent for the same period. The Volt has been holding steady at this lower […]

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Three years after the December 2010 launch of the Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf, the U.S. plug-in hybrid and all-electric market has grown to 16 vehicles, including two new models just ramping up, and several more due later this year. 2013 saw sales rise to over 96,000, a number of milestones crossed, but compared to […]

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In light of weakened Chevrolet Volt sales that have seen Nissan Leaf sales push ahead this year, GM is offering various discounts on its “extended-range” EV. Combined with all potential government incentives and discounts, the net result may be the Volt is the recipient of the highest percentage of money off from any car in […]

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