I underwrite auto loans for a living..can’t remember last time I looked at a Volt deal, unless they pay cash. Would love to see some sales #s, I’m sure they’re embarrassingly low.
I saw one on the freeway the other day, sucker!
You have to love GM’s marketing strategy.
“Let’s pull our best selling car off the market and not give a reason.”
“..cant remember last time I looked at a Volt deal, unless they pay cash. Would love to see some sales #s, Im sure theyre embarrassingly low.”
Open an obamacare account and get a “free” Volt..?
I went to a car show.
My observations are that GM makes decent cars, but the other car companies are now making great cars.
The one great car that GM makes is the Chevy Volt. It is reasonably large and comfortable and is very fuel efficient and does not look bad or cost too much.
The other unbelievably good cars are for a large car, the Toyota Avalon hybrid, 40 mpg city and highway, car is big and roomy and looks great and costs about 38k.
Next up is the Nissan Altima also at 40 mpg, big roomy but not as luxurious as the avalon. I’ve rented on and this thing rocks for handling. It comes in at about 23,000.
Next is the Toyota Corolla, again at 40 mpg, small but still comfortable and costs about 18k.
According to this, they sold 23,094 Volts in calendar year 2013.
Compare with 400,000 Camrys, 200,000 Malibus and nearly 300,000 Ford Fusions