General Motors has announced that it's lowering the price of the 2012 Chevy Volt and making it available in all 50 states -- until now, Volts were available in only seven states, including New York.)
The 2012 Volt will start at $39,145 – that’s $1,135 less than the 2011. If you include $7,500 in federal tax rebates, the price of the new Volt is $31,645. That puts it in the same price point as a the Audi A3, BMW 3 series, Lincoln MKZ and the Mercedes-Benz C class.
The new Volt remains largely unchanged. There are some new standard and optional features and exterior color choices.
The 2012 Chevy Volt is scheduled to reach dealer showrooms this fall.
-- Standard keyless access with passive locking; the car automatically locks and unlocks with the key fob in close proximity tof vehicle;
-- Reverse camera;
-- OnStar Turn by Turn navigation standard for three years, and available in-dash navigation system;
-- Chevrolet MyLink including Bluetooth streaming audio for music and select phones;
-- Standard AM/FM stereo with CD player and MP3 playback and 7-inch diagonal color touch-screen display;
-- Available 17-inch sport alloy wheels with black inserts;
-- New interior accents in white and Spiced Red;
-- New exterior colors: Summit White and Blue Topaz Metallic.