Chevrolet Volt buyers can now get a lot more bang for their buck with their new 2014 Volt.
After going on sale this week, the Chevrolet Volt’s new custom interior looks like a premium product and it’s made from leather and aluminum.
While we still don’t know the exact price of the interior, we do know that the car has the highest price tag of any new luxury sedan on the market right now.
With a base price of $52,500, the new 2015 Volt will set you back $57,100 after incentives.
You’ll also be getting a $3,000 premium on the new 2014 car, plus $2,500 in monthly financing.
That’s the kind of price that will put your head in the clouds when you think about buying a new Volt.
In addition, you’ll also get the option of getting a second-generation Volt that will have a lower base price at $47,500.
That will cost you about $35,000 after incentives, according to the automaker.
The new interior is set to go on sale in the spring, but if you need a quick guide on how to get it right now, check out our guide.
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Chevrolet Volt price comparison Chevrolet Volt interior The 2014 Chevrolet Volt starts at $53,100 in the U.S. and $56,100 worldwide.
New 2014 Chevrolet Volts have a starting price of around $57.6 million in the United States.
If you want to save some cash, you can upgrade your Volt with a slightly lower price tag and get the car at a better price.
The base price on the 2014 Volt is $52.7 million.
You can upgrade to a lower price with a $2-per-kilowatt-hour upgrade that’s available with the base model.
You get a $1,500 financing discount on the upgrade.
You also get a 10-year lease option.
That’ll cost you around $31,000.
The Chevy Volt comes with a 17-inch touchscreen, a navigation system, heated seats, and a rear view camera.
It also comes with an automatic climate control system that will come standard with the car.
Chevrolet also offers a free smartphone app to help you navigate the Volt’s interface and control the system remotely.
If it sounds like a bit of a stretch, that’s because it is.
You will need to use the Volt in a public parking lot, which is not an option.
For more Chevrolet Volt coverage, check our guide on buying a 2018 Chevrolet Volt.