PRLog - Jun. 13, 2011 - DETROIT -- DETROIT, M.I. – Michigan Chevrolet dealers have been able to sell the Chevrolet Volt to customers since the vehicle’s release in Dec. 2010. When the Volt was first released, it was only available in seven states and the District of Colombia. After months of waiting, General Motors officially announced the orders of the Chevrolet Volt are open to the entire U.S.
Michigan Chevrolet dealers hear Volt goes to all 50 states. Photo © GM Corp.
Michigan Chevrolet dealers also heard the news that the original base model price of $41,000 was lowered to $39,995. Final price starts at $33,395 after a federal tax credit of $7,500 and an $850 destination freight charge, although it excludes tax, title and license fees.
“We are giving consumers greater choice of content as the Volt becomes available nationwide by the end of this year,” said Cristi Landy, Volt marketing director in a GM press release. “This gives us the opportunity to be more flexible in our pricing and still provide additional high-tech content to customers who want to purchase it.”
The 2012 Chevrolet Volt will be available at Michigan Chevrolet dealers with seven optional packages for customers to choose from. The 2011 Volt model only had three.
Available options include:
• Keyless access with passive locking
• In-dash navigation system, with 7-inch diagonal color touch-screen display
• OnStar Turn by Turn navigation standard for three years
• Chevrolet MyLink including Bluetooth streaming audio for music and select phones
• Standard AM/FM stereo with CD player and MP3 playback
• 17-inch sport alloy wheels with black inserts
Other options available include leather appointments and backup camera.
Customers can easily place an order for a 2012 Chevrolet Volt by visiting Michigan Chevrolet dealers or any other participating Chevrolet Volt dealer. Interested buyers may call 888-Volt-4-YOU.
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[Source(s): GM Media, The Detroit Free Press]