General Motors Company (GM) Adds Incentives For Chevy Volt

Chevrolet Volt
General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) is adding incentives to the Chevrolet Volt as part of a plan to reduce their inventory.  GM is preparing to start the production of the 2014 model of the vehicle.  GM currently has a 140-day supply of the currency Chevy Volt model, which is more than double what analysts believe are healthy.

GM started offering $5,000 off the 2012 Volts and $4,000 off the 2013 Volts recently.  The suggested retail price of the Volt is $39,995.  Buyers can also receive up to $7,500 in federal income tax credits.

GM spokesperson Jim Cain said that the Volt discounts started on June 4th in order to reach more customers that drive more miles than a lease permits.  This deal may also be appealing to those who do not qualify for a 0% financing deal.

Consumers that want to lease a Volt can get one for $269 per month over 36 months with $2,399 due at signing.  A Volt can also be purchased with 0% financing for 48 months and $3,000 in cash off the price.  The cash off and 0% financing deal is running through July 1st.

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at
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