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found a 2017 "used" volt LT a dealer was using for a loaner with 3400 miles for 27k. this car is for my wife who was smashed in the middle of a pile up in cincy OH with a 2010 fusion hybrid she loved. the car was totaled and she was OK but she drives about 70-90 miles a day for work and is concerned about mileage, reliabilty, functionality (it will be her office) and safety since its smaller than a fusion. she couldnt drive or ride in a car except for my lifted ram 1500 (i know opposite of fuel efficient). long story short is it worth it for 27k?
 

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found a 2017 "used" volt LT a dealer was using for a loaner with 3400 miles for 27k. this car is for my wife who was smashed in the middle of a pile up in cincy OH with a 2010 fusion hybrid she loved. the car was totaled and she was OK but she drives about 70-90 miles a day for work and is concerned about mileage, reliabilty, functionality (it will be her office) and safety since its smaller than a fusion. she couldnt drive or ride in a car except for my lifted ram 1500 (i know opposite of fuel efficient). long story short is it worth it for 27k?
Show her this for her safety concerns:
https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/chevrolet/volt/safety
It is one of the safest cars on the road and I believe the ONLY domestic car to get 5 stars.
Also, if they never "titled" the car it would still have up to $7500 tax credit available. If they DID title it, then maybe the price should be a bit lower.
 

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... It is one of the safest cars on the road and I believe the ONLY domestic car to get 5 stars.
Also, if they never "titled" the car it would still have up to $7500 tax credit available. If they DID title it, then maybe the price should be a bit lower.
^^^ Ditto.
 

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Show her this for her safety concerns:
https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/chevrolet/volt/safety
It is one of the safest cars on the road and I believe the ONLY domestic car to get 5 stars.
Also, if they never "titled" the car it would still have up to $7500 tax credit available. If they DID title it, then maybe the price should be a bit lower.

Are there any options on the car? A base LT MSRP's for about $34K+. If the $7,500 tax credit is gone you are buying a used car at net MSRP ($34,500-$7,500).
 
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