I try, I really do. I just keep on disliking and hating it as much as possible and yet the 2011 Chevrolet Volt just keeps on popping up in the good beats of the news.
A very new General Motors statistic really reveals the way the 2011 Chevrolet Volt attracts more customers to the Chevy dealerships.
The reason behind the increased interest in the Chevrolet image and dealership trade-ins is that the plugin hybrid or whatever it’s called raises people’s antennas.
Even though they aren’t buying it necessarily, other Chevrolet products tend to be purchased once people find the overall brand more trustworthy.
Predictably, GM’s managers don’t want to miss out on this sort of opportunity so they plan to extend availability for the Volt to more and more dealerships.
At this point, the 2011 Chevrolet Volt is only available in some 2.500 dealerships in the U.S. and the future includes availability throughout all of the 50 states and on more demo locations.
Capitalization of the situation has so far lead to the percentage of new customers that walk into a Chevrolet dealership and end up leaving with one of their products to a shocking 90%.