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My Dad's old Volt is at Lee Chevrolet In Washington NC . You can see the car on Autotrader.com or the dealer website. This car is just like new, with only 9k miles and it will make some forum member or newbie a great car. The kicker is only 9k miles and almost all those are on battery. The lifetime mpg is well above 250. He owned it for 3 years and he had other vehicles so he did not drive it that much. The car is perfect with no dings, dents, or any sign of wear. I can assure you Lee Chevrolet wants to sell it badly and you can work directly with the dealer's son Steven Lee to buy it He is a great guy and will work with you on prices and trade in's over the phone if you are interested. 252 946 5751
What's in it for me???? If he can sell this Volt quickly it will make it much easier to trade mine in next Jan. Feel free to private message me if you want more info. I might even be willing to pick you up at our local airport (PGV) if you want to fly in and drive home. Not many 2014 Volts out there with 9k miles on them!
 

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If you want this car (and then, potentially, your car) to sell quicker you should educate the dealer on how to sell a Volt. (especially a used one that doesn't have a sticker)

Anyone that understands Volts (i.e. a HUGE percentage of people likely to buy one) will have questions that COULD be easily answered on the website but are not. They list all the generic features but almost nothing about THIS Volt.

A picture of the Energy screen showing lifetime MPG would do wonders and take about 5 seconds. They show the backup camera and the rear bumper sensors so I assume it has whatever Safety or Confidence package or whatever stupid label Chevy used.

Also with no leather and no heated seats, I think it is probably overpriced. (but I haven't studied prices in a year)
 

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My Dad's old Volt is at Lee Chevrolet In Washington NC . You can see the car on Autotrader.com or the dealer website. This car is just like new, with only 9k miles and it will make some forum member or newbie a great car. The kicker is only 9k miles and almost all those are on battery. The lifetime mpg is well above 250. He owned it for 3 years and he had other vehicles so he did not drive it that much. The car is perfect with no dings, dents, or any sign of wear. I can assure you Lee Chevrolet wants to sell it badly and you can work directly with the dealer's son Steven Lee to buy it He is a great guy and will work with you on prices and trade in's over the phone if you are interested. 252 946 5751
What's in it for me???? If he can sell this Volt quickly it will make it much easier to trade mine in next Jan. Feel free to private message me if you want more info. I might even be willing to pick you up at our local airport (PGV) if you want to fly in and drive home. Not many 2014 Volts out there with 9k miles on them!
I am not interested in the car, but I am interested in what they gave him for it. Is it clear what your dad received as trade in? I would love to compare what was given to what is being asked. I understand it is an asking price too, but I would like to know just as a comparison.
 

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You must not call it an "old Volt" because it isn't old enough to be called that way. It is a used Volt.

I had a 1984 Olds Ciera, and even if the word "Old" was in the brand name, I never called it "old" when I sold it after 26 years of great service. And now after 30 years it is a "classic".
 

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Thanks for the post. The problem with buying a used car is that the information isn't available. If I were in the market I'd definitely take a look knowing that it was well liked and cared for. Not sure any of this will get you a higher trade in though ....
 

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Thirty pictures but not one showing the Volt plugged into the stock EVSE. Salespeople are clueless about EV's.
This is what I'm finding across all dealers and even the national sellers such as CarVana, Car Gurus, and others. I'd love to be able to see inside the plug cover to see if "this car" (not a Volt in this case), might have a DC Charging option or just the L1/L2 option. It would only take a few seconds and I don't need individual pictures of every tire on the website (if it isn't sitting level, I understand it doesn't have all tires, lol).

Not Volt specific but I've e-mailed a few of the dealers to let them know to include a picture of the Charging Point area (used fake e-mail as I don't want to be spammed by salespeople too lazy to include an essential picture but not above harrassing me for a car I ultimately won't be interested in if it doesn't have the DCFC option.).

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