why does gm need to make money when gm has a tremendous tax write-off going. we should sign up for leasing these cars just to show how much we appreciate how our tax dollars have been allocated back to the private sector. the free lunch is on the tax payers. better get in on it while it lasts
never a level playing field when politicians are making the decisions....
GM of America makes approx. 4 % on each vehicle they sell to car dealers . The fact that a end consumer can lease a Volt for whatever, has nothing to do with the 4 % that GM makes when the car is reported sold by a dealer who floor plans their vehicles or does not floor plan them . Hope that answers your question .
Great post imsmarter, but facts and common sense won't make a difference to the typical brainwashed ditto-heads who are following their pied-piper religious leaders' pronouncements. Facts and ditto-heads are like oil and water--they just don't mix.
General Motors will be announcing later this week that it is looking for the next generation Chevy Volt to drop its current $40,000 price tag by $7,000 to $10,000. This tremendous up front savings will open up access to the Volt to thousands of buyers who couldn’t afford the first round of Volts. With the price of batteries dropping and expanding this platform to other cars, GM is expecting to finally make a profit on the plug-in hybrid platform.