Wheels: Over G.M.'s Objections, Dealers Sell "Used" Chevy Volts Without $7,500 Tax Credit
There are 1 comment on the The New York Times story from Jun 2, 2011, titled Wheels: Over G.M.'s Objections, Dealers Sell "Used" Chevy Volts Without $7,500 Tax Credit. In it, The New York Times reports that:
Some dealers reportedly are claiming the maximum $7,500 federal income tax credit available for the Chevrolet Volt , rather than passing the incentive on to consumers.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at The New York Times.
#1 Jun 2, 2011
Before anyone starts jumping on ALL Chevy dealers, just blame the ones that did this. Besides, if anyone was to buy a "used" Volt and didn't pay at least $7500 less than sticker, shame on them.
Add your comments below
|ebony nicole brown (Sep '11)||Aug 23||Winston||4|
|Danny DeVito poses for photos, schmoozes fans i... (Feb '10)||Aug 10||Fat Black Muslim ...||6|
|Christie aide: 'He lied' about Bridgegate||Aug 10||Le Jimbo||1|
|Pizzeria With Name Similar to Video Game Floode...||Jul '16||Latter Day Taints||1|
|Asbury Park Music Thread (Apr '13)||Jul '16||Musikologist||10|
|Beyond The Bathroom: Transgender Policies Under...||Apr '16||Lefty||5|
|Pet Snake Ban Long Overdue (Feb '10)||Sep '13||Former Herper||11|
Find what you want!
Search Deal Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC