Chevy Volt MSRP is $41,000, But Will Lease For Same Price as Nissan LEAF

GM used the stage at Plugin 2010 this morning to let the long-awaited cat out of the bag: the Chevrolet Volt will start at a base price of $41,000 when it goes on sale at the end of this year. Starting today, consumers will be able to go to GetMyVolt.com and pre-order their Volts. The pre-order process is unlike the Nissan LEAF's in that it is going to be conducted in a traditional manner, with dealers setting their own pre-order and deposit terms.  And, although most of the world will surely report on how the Volt MSRP of $41,000 puts it out of the reach of the average consumer, and that the Nissan LEAF, at a base MSRP of $32,780, is clearly the hands down winner of the pricing wars... that's not the real story here. No, the real story is the fact that, if you lease the Volt, it will cost you the same as leasing a LEAF: $350 a month for 3 years.

Source: Nick Chambers / Plugincars

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