2014 Chevy Volt Lease Deal


2014 Chevy Volt Lease Deal

2014 Chevy Volt Lease Deal

Next-Gen Chevy Volt Teaser

Next-Gen Chevy Volt Teaser

With the 2015 Chevy Volt now widely available throughout the U.S., General Motors once again announced a decent lease deal on remaining 2014 Volts.

Is the 2015 Volt better than the 2014 Volt?  Sure it is, but for the right price the 2014 Volt may be the wiser choice.

The current nationwide deal (which has been running all summer long) on the 2014 Volt is for $269 per month for 36 months/36,000 miles with $2,679 due at signing.

There are surely better deals to be found on a dealer-by-dealer basis, but this is a solid deal on the nationwide level.

As 2015 Volt inventory builds, we’re sure that 2014 Volts will be discounted even more deeply.  Why get a 2015 when the next-gen 2016 Volt is right around the corner?  We’d go with the cheaper 2014, then trade up into the next-gen shortly after it becomes available.

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Eric think way back to 2010 before the main stream media started chanting” the price is to high” remember how impressed they were with the Volts ride, and the interior. Remember how it won J. D. Powers car of the year. Well 2015 is the last incarnation of that Volt, do you need anymore reason to buy.

Ok, how about the average American will save $1,300 on gas waiting 1 year for the next Volt.

$1,300 considering average new car now gets 26 mpg. Average person Drives 12,000 miles per year. Price of gas a

Price of gas at $3.50 per gallon, and Volt drivers usually drive 80% of the time on all electric.

(sorry accidentally hit the “post comment button in the middle of a post)

But what does a 2015 Volt offer over a 2014? This is your last chance to get a new 2014 model, and it’s a lot cheaper than a new 2015. If I were in the market for a new car now, I would buy the 2014, hands down.

I think the 2015 Volt offers a few more miles of electric range. I seem to recall that GM increased the usable kw but did not have it retested by the EPA.

Interesting. Both have the same battery? If so, that would be very frustrating for a 2014 owner who cannot access that bit more, even if it is just 0.5 to 1kWH (maybe 2-4 miles).

You may recall that they did the same thing with the 2012.5 model. I have both a 2012 and a 2013 Volt. My 2012 has a EPA rated 35 miles of EV range whereas my 2013 has 38 miles. The only difference was because the usable kw was increased. They made the change mid-year in 2012. I recall reading that they did the same thing with the 2015 model.

2013 and 2015 both have bigger battery than previous years. 2012 had a 16kwh, 2013 and most 2014’s have a 16.5, and late 2014’s and 2015’s have a 17.1 kwh. They didn’t just up the usable capacity, they physically added more cells.

My understanding was the same size/number of cells, but improved chemistry gives them slightly higher capacity. Maybe I misunderstood?

“We’d go with the cheaper 2014, then trade up into the next-gen shortly after it becomes available.”

paying tax/title/fees again likely negates any potential savings volt 2.0 may offer.


i pay $229