My guess is you have bought used, as a 2006 Volvo S60 starting MSRP when new was $30, 270 for the 2.5T. The T5 was $32,045 and the R $37,920. For comparison a 2022 Volvo S60 starts at $40,295 and climbs to $65,845.I'm 70 years old, and haven't spent $26,000 for cars over my enire life. Biggest purchase was $15,000 for a 1991 Saab 9000 Turbo in 1992. Currently own a 2006 Volvo S60 turbo.
I think you nailed it, Scott.I think this is their answer to the PR of battery 'issues'.
This article doesn't make sense. They compare F-150 lighting to Bolt and claim it is a bargain. Why not Mustang Mach-E, or Tesla?The $40,000 Ford F-150 Lightning Base Model Is A Crazy Bargain, But Why? (msn.com)
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I have zero interest in a truck and a truck buyer likely is not cross-shopping for a Bolt EV.This article doesn't make sense. They compare F-150 lighting to Bolt and claim it is a bargain. Why not Mustang Mach-E, or Tesla?
I am sure a Sedan buyer is not looking for a Truck.
I thought price drop was due to no $7500 credit.
Yup. I already have a Bolt, but if I needed a car NOW, this would be tempting compared to waiting for the end of 2023 for the EQuinox.Now it's a case of get a dead end Bolt for $26,600 to $28,200 or wait till 2023/4 for a $30,000 Equinox with Ultium battery (more flexabilty re battery parts).