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  1. ? Buying, Selling, Tax Credit, Fees - Chevy Volt
    When I got my Volt (Gen 1) in November 2013, gas prices were high, and it "seemed" like a no-brainer - buy a Volt. Now, though, over 3 years later, I do have a low-mileage Volt, but it's not worth a lot. In fact, I owe $18K on it, but KBB says my expected trade-in range is $9,535 to $11,306...
  2. ? Buying, Selling, Tax Credit, Fees - Chevy Volt
    I got two used Chevy Volt's for sale, serving the Tulsa area, I'm a salesman in a car dealership called Keystone Chevrolet located in Sand Springs, a suburb of Tulsa, please give me a call or text me, or email me, or Skype me, or Yahoo me to discuss meeting and/or taking it for a test drive, im...
  3. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    Based on results from a new survey by AutoRetailNet, a publication targeting dealers, Toyota dealers apparently don’t even want to try to sell an all-electric Scion iQ. (read more...)
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