'Record' Volt Sales? Not Really -- GM Counts $159 Leases for an $89,000 Car
The Jurassic Press have long had a field day puffing up bailed out General Motors and their electric automotive windmill - the Chevrolet Volt.Read more
#1 Sep 26, 2012
It would be nice if someone checkd the accuracy of their sources. The "$89,000 car" has been widely disputed and few reliable news sources use it. The issue of reporting leases has also been discussed. When someone leases a Volt GM no longer owns the vehicle - the leasing company does. It therefore qualifies as a sale. Every car manufacturer counts leases because they don't own the car.
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