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BREAKING: General Motors to announce Chevy Volt pricing/ordering on Tuesday

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BREAKING: General Motors to announce Chevy Volt pricing/ordering on Tuesday [w/poll]

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by Autoblog Staff (RSS feed) on Jul 26th 2010 at 2:00PM BreakingGreen

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The three-year-long wait for the 2011 Chevrolet Volt's official U.S. price tag will finally be over in less than 24 hours. At the Plug-In 2010 Conference in San Jose, California on Tuesday, GM VP of Marketing Joel Ewanick will announce pricing details and the ordering process for the Volt. Following the announcement, there will be a live online webchat with Volt Marketing Director Tony DiSalle.

While we're waiting for the official announcement, you can through to the jump for a brief press release and then take our poll below.

link:

http://www.autoblog.com/2010/07/26/breaking-general-motors-to-announce-chevy-volt-pricing-ordering/

PRESS RELEASE:

MEDIA ADVISORY: Chevrolet to Provide Details on Volt Pricing, Ordering Process

2010-07-26

DETROIT – On Tues., July 27 at 12:00 p.m. ET, Joel Ewanick, vice president of U.S. marketing – General Motors Co., will announce pricing and ordering details for the 2011 Chevrolet Volt at the Plug-In 2010 conference in San Jose, Calif. Deliveries of the Volt will begin later this year at participating Chevrolet dealers in launch markets.

A press release providing full details on the order process and pricing will go live on media.gm.com at 12:00 p.m. ET.

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pow    106

Exciting. Hopefully it's competitive. Too bad it won't be eligible for an additional CA state tax credit, as it doesn't meet AT-PZEV emissions requirements. GM says it will by MY 2013.

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GXT    11

Exciting. Hopefully it's competitive. Too bad it won't be eligible for an additional CA state tax credit, as it doesn't meet AT-PZEV emissions requirements. GM says it will by MY 2013.

I have it on good authority (cough... Lutz... cough) that it will be comfortably under $30,000. So ~$20,000 after $7,500 tax credit.

:spin:

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pow    106

I have it on good authority (cough... Lutz... cough) that it will be comfortably under $30,000. So ~$20,000 after $7,500 tax credit.

:spin:

He also said the Saturn VUE was "easily" a better driving machine than the BMW X3 and on par with an X5...

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GXT    11

He also said the Saturn VUE was "easily" a better driving machine than the BMW X3 and on par with an X5...

No doubt the man liked to talk.

Official word is out: $41,000 for the base model. Not exactly comfortably under $30K.

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cavalier36    7

No doubt the man liked to talk.

Official word is out: $41,000 for the base model. Not exactly comfortably under $30K.

I think its a little much. you could buy a Malibu or a Regal with the 2.4L for $15,000 cheaper. unless you keep the Volt for 15 years you will never spend $15,000 in gasoline. I think they will be lucky to move 25,000 Volts a year.

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No doubt the man liked to talk.

Official word is out: $41,000 for the base model. Not exactly comfortably under $30K.

32 with tax credit so...

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